Trouvé 54 Résultats pour: Laban

  • Laban asked, "What shall I give you?" Jacob replied, "You will give me nothing, but if you do for me what I ask, I will continue to pasture and look after your flock. (Genesis 30, 31)

  • Laban said, "Agreed, it will be as you say." (Genesis 30, 34)

  • That same day Laban put aside the he-goats that were streaked, every one that had white on it, and all the black sheep. These he handed over to his sons (Genesis 30, 35)

  • and he put a distance of a three days' journey between himself and Jacob. So Jacob looked after the rest of Laban's flock. (Genesis 30, 36)

  • He put the sheep apart but made the rest face the streaked and dark colored animals that belonged to Laban. In this way he built up droves of his own and did not add them to Laban's flock. (Genesis 30, 40)

  • But for the feebler ewes he did not put them there so that the feebler were for Laban and the more robust for Jacob. (Genesis 30, 42)

  • Jacob learned that the sons of Laban were saying, "Jacob has taken everything our father owned, and it is at our father's expense that he has accumulated this fortune." (Genesis 31, 1)

  • Jacob understood from Laban's expression that his attitude towards him was no longer the same. (Genesis 31, 2)

  • He then said: 'Look up and see that all the rams mating with the ewes are streaked, spotted or speckled. I have seen all that Laban has done to you. (Genesis 31, 12)

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

  • So Jacob tricked Laban in not letting him know he was running away. (Genesis 31, 20)

  • Three days later Laban heard that Jacob had fled. (Genesis 31, 22)


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