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  • Then Jacob passed that night there. From what he had with him he chose a gift for his brother Esau: (Genesis 32, 14)

  • He gave the leading man this order: 'When my brother Esau meets you and asks, "Whose man are you? Where are you going? Whose are those animals that you are driving?" (Genesis 32, 18)

  • you will answer, "Your servant Jacob's. They are a gift sent to my lord Esau. And Jacob himself is just behind us." ' (Genesis 32, 19)

  • He gave the same order to the second and the third, and to all who were following the droves. 'That is what you must say to Esau when you find him. (Genesis 32, 20)

  • Looking up, Jacob saw Esau coming and with him four hundred men. He then divided the children between Leah, Rachel and the two slave-girls. (Genesis 33, 1)

  • But Esau ran to meet him, took him in his arms, threw himself on his neck and wept as he kissed him. (Genesis 33, 4)

  • Esau asked, 'What was the purpose of that whole camp I just met?' 'To win my lord's favour,' he replied. (Genesis 33, 8)

  • 'Brother, I have plenty,' Esau answered, 'keep what is yours.' (Genesis 33, 9)

  • So accept the gift I have brought for you, since God has been generous to me and I have all I need.' And he urged him, and Esau accepted. (Genesis 33, 11)

  • Esau said, 'Let us break camp and move off; I shall go beside you.' (Genesis 33, 12)

  • Esau then said, 'At least let me leave you some of the people who are with me.' 'What for?' Jacob asked. 'Please indulge me, my lord!' (Genesis 33, 15)

  • So that day Esau turned back towards Seir, (Genesis 33, 16)


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