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  • Now Esau continued to hate his brother because of the blessing his father had given him and he thought to himself, "The time of mourning for my father is near; I shall then kill my brother Jacob." (Genesis 27, 41)

  • When Rebekah was told what her elder son had said, she sent and called her younger son, Jacob, and said to him, "Your brother Esau is consoling himself with the thought of killing you. (Genesis 27, 42)

  • Esau saw that Isaac had blessed Jacob and sent him to Paddan-aram to choose a wife for himself, and in blessing him had commanded him, "Do not marry a Canaanite woman." (Genesis 28, 6)

  • So Esau understood how displeasing the Canaanite women were to his father Isaac. (Genesis 28, 8)

  • And going on his way, he sent messengers ahead of him to his brother Esau in the land of Seir, the country of Edom. (Genesis 32, 4)

  • Jacob sent Esau this message, "I have been staying with Laban until now. I have oxen, asses, flocks, men-servants and maidservants. I have sent to tell you this, my lord, that you may receive me kindly." (Genesis 32, 5)

  • The messenger returned and said to Jacob, "We went to your brother Esau and he is already coming to meet you with four hundred men." (Genesis 32, 6)

  • thinking, "If Esau attacks one camp, the other will escape." (Genesis 32, 8)

  • Deliver me from the hands of my brother Esau for I am afraid lest he come and kill us all, even the mothers and their children. (Genesis 32, 11)

  • So Jacob spent the night there. Then he took what he had with him, a present for his brother Esau: (Genesis 32, 13)

  • He instructed the leader, "When my brother Esau meets you and asks, 'To whom do you belong? And where are you going? Who is the owner of the animals you are driving?' (Genesis 32, 17)

  • Then you shall say: They belong to your servant Jacob. It is a present he is sending to my lord Esau. He himself is coming along behind us!" (Genesis 32, 18)


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