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  • The sheep, on the other hand, Jacob kept apart, and he set these animals to face the streaked or fully dark-colored animals of Laban. Thus he produced special flocks of his own, which he did not put with Laban's flock. (Genesis 30, 40)

  • Moreover, whenever the hardier animals were in heat, Jacob would set the rods in the troughs in full view of these animals, so that they mated by the rods; (Genesis 30, 41)

  • but with the weaker animals he would not put the rods there. So the feeble animals would go to Laban, but the sturdy ones to Jacob. (Genesis 30, 42)

  • Jacob learned that Laban's sons were saying, "Jacob has taken everything that belonged to our father, and he has accumulated all this wealth of his by using our father's property." (Genesis 31, 1)

  • Jacob perceived, too, that Laban's attitude toward him was not what it had previously been. (Genesis 31, 2)

  • Then the LORD said to Jacob, "Return to the land of your fathers, where you were born, and I will be with you." (Genesis 31, 3)

  • So Jacob sent for Rachel and Leah to meet him where he was in the field with his flock. (Genesis 31, 4)

  • In the dream God's messenger called to me, 'Jacob!' 'Here!' I replied. (Genesis 31, 11)

  • Jacob proceeded to put his children and wives on camels, (Genesis 31, 17)

  • Jacob had hoodwinked Laban the Aramean by not telling him of his intended flight. (Genesis 31, 20)

  • On the third day, word came to Laban that Jacob had fled. (Genesis 31, 22)

  • But that night God appeared to Laban the Aramean in a dream and warned him, "Take care not to threaten Jacob with any harm!" (Genesis 31, 24)

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