Trouvé 54 Résultats pour: Laban

  • God appeared to Laban in a dream at night and said to him, "Be careful not to say anything - either good or bad - to Jacob." (Genesis 31, 24)

  • Jacob had pitched his tent in the hill country of Gilead when Laban overtook him. Laban and his brothers also encamped on the hills of Gilead. (Genesis 31, 25)

  • Then Laban said to Jacob, "What have you done, tricking me and carrying my daughters off like prisoners of war? (Genesis 31, 26)

  • Jacob replied to Laban, "It was because I was afraid you would take your daughters from me! (Genesis 31, 31)

  • 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)

  • Then Jacob became angry and rebuked Laban. "What is my crime?" he asked him. "What sin of mine makes you hound me down? (Genesis 31, 36)

  • Laban answered and said to Jacob, "The daughters are my daughters, the children are my children, these sheep are my sheep and all that you see are mine. How can I harm today these daughters of mine or their children? (Genesis 31, 43)

  • Laban called it Jegar-sahadutha, and Jacob called it, Galeed. (Genesis 31, 47)

  • Laban said, "This pile of stones is a witness between you and me today." That is why it was called Galeed; (Genesis 31, 48)

  • and it was also known as Mizpah because Laban had said, "May Yahweh watch between me and you when we are no longer in sight of each other. (Genesis 31, 49)

  • Then Laban said to Jacob, "Here is the pile and the pillar which I have set between you and me. (Genesis 31, 51)


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