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  • When Laban overtook Jacob, Jacob's tents were pitched in the highlands; Laban also pitched his tents there, on Mount Gilead. (Genesis 31, 25)

  • "What do you mean," Laban demanded of Jacob, "by hoodwinking me and carrying off my daughters like war captives? (Genesis 31, 26)

  • I have it in my power to harm all of you; but last night the God of your father said to me, 'Take care not to threaten Jacob with any harm!' (Genesis 31, 29)

  • "I was frightened," Jacob replied to Laban, "at the thought that you might take your daughters away from me by force. (Genesis 31, 31)

  • But as for your gods, the one you find them with shall not remain alive! If, with my kinsmen looking on, you identify anything here as belonging to you, take it." Jacob, of course, had no idea that Rachel had stolen the idols. (Genesis 31, 32)

  • Laban then went in and searched Jacob's tent and Leah's tent, as well as the tents of the two maidservants; but he did not find the idols. Leaving Leah's tent, he went into Rachel's. (Genesis 31, 33)

  • Jacob, now enraged, upbraided Laban. "What crime or offense have I committed," he demanded, "that you should hound me so fiercely? (Genesis 31, 36)

  • Laban replied to Jacob: "The women are mine, their children are mine, and the flocks are mine; everything you see belongs to me. But since these women are my daughters, I will now do something for them and for the children they have borne. (Genesis 31, 43)

  • Then Jacob took a stone and set it up as a memorial stone. (Genesis 31, 45)

  • Jacob said to his kinsmen, "Gather some stones." So they got some stones and made a mound; and they had a meal there at the mound. (Genesis 31, 46)

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

  • Laban said further to Jacob: "Here is this mound, and here is the memorial stone that I have set up between you and me. (Genesis 31, 51)

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