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  • Rachel then took advantage of Laban. While he was shearing his sheep she stole her father's family gods. (Genesis 31, 19)

  • But whoever is found in possession of your gods will not live. In the presence of our relatives see for yourself if anything that belongs to you is here with me and, if so, take it." Now Jacob did not know that Rachel had stolen the gods. (Genesis 31, 32)

  • Laban entered Jacob's tent, then Leah's and then the tent of the two maidservants, but he found nothing. When Laban came out of Leah's tent, he entered the tent of Rachel. (Genesis 31, 33)

  • Rachel had taken the gods, but put them into the camel's saddle, and sat on them. Laban felt all about the tent but did not find them. (Genesis 31, 34)

  • Rachel said to her father, "Do not be angry with me, my lord, if I do not stand in your presence, for I am having my period." So he searched but did not find the gods. (Genesis 31, 35)

  • Jacob looked up and saw that Esau was coming with four hundred men. So he divided the children among Leah, Rachel and the two maidservants. (Genesis 33, 1)

  • He then put the maidservants in front with their children, then Leah with her children and Rachel and Joseph last of all. (Genesis 33, 2)

  • Leah with her children likewise advanced and bowed, and lastly Joseph and Rachel went forward and bowed. (Genesis 33, 7)

  • They moved on from Bethel and were still some distance from Ephrath when Rachel gave birth and the delivery was very difficult. (Genesis 35, 16)

  • So Rachel died and was buried on the way to Ephrath - that is Bethlehem - (Genesis 35, 19)

  • The sons by Rachel: Joseph and Benjamin. (Genesis 35, 24)

  • The sons by Bilhah, Rachel's slave girl: Dan and Naphtali. (Genesis 35, 25)

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