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  • Scarcely had Isaac completed his words, and Jacob departed, when Esau arrived. (Genesis 27, 30)

  • Isaac became frightened and very astonished. And wondering beyond what can be believed, he said: “Then who is he that a while ago brought me the prey from his hunting, from which I ate, before you arrived? And I blessed him, and he will be blessed.” (Genesis 27, 33)

  • And when he had arrived at a certain place, where he would rest after the setting of the sun, he took some of the stones that lay there, and placing them under his head, he slept in the same place. (Genesis 28, 11)

  • And so Jacob, setting out, arrived in the eastern land. (Genesis 29, 1)

  • They were still speaking, and behold, Rachel arrived with her father’s sheep; for she pastured the flock. (Genesis 29, 9)

  • And when he had heard that Jacob, his sister’s son, had arrived, he ran to meet him. And embracing him, and kissing him heartily, he brought him into his house. But when he had heard the reasons for his journey, (Genesis 29, 13)

  • giving his daughter a handmaid named Zilpah. After Jacob had gone in to her, according to custom, when morning had arrived, he saw Leah. (Genesis 29, 24)

  • And he placed them in the troughs, where the water was poured out, so that when the flocks had arrived to drink, they would have the branches before their eyes, and in their sight they might conceive. (Genesis 30, 38)

  • Yet when the late arrivals and the last to conceive were let in, he did not place these. And so those that arrived late became Laban’s, and those that arrived first became Jacob’s. (Genesis 30, 42)

  • For after the time had arrived for the ewes to conceive, I lifted up my eyes, and I saw in my sleep that the males climbing on the females were of variegated, and spotted, and diverse colors. (Genesis 31, 10)

  • And so Esau returned that day, by the way that he had arrived, to Seir. (Genesis 33, 16)

  • behold, his sons arrived from the field. And hearing what had happened, they were very angry, because he had done a filthy thing in Israel and, in violating a daughter of Jacob, had perpetrated an unlawful act. (Genesis 34, 7)


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