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  • Rebekah then took the best clothes of her older son Esau that she had in the house, and gave them to her younger son Jacob to wear; (Genesis 27, 15)

  • Jacob answered his father: "I am Esau, your first-born. I did as you told me. Please sit up and eat some of my game, so that you may give me your special blessing." (Genesis 27, 19)

  • Isaac then said to Jacob, "Come closer, son, that I may feel you, to learn whether you really are my son Esau or not." (Genesis 27, 21)

  • So Jacob moved up closer to his father. When Isaac felt him, he said, "Although the voice is Jacob's, the hands are Esau's." (Genesis 27, 22)

  • (He failed to identify him because his hands were hairy, like those of his brother Esau; so in the end he gave him his blessing.) (Genesis 27, 23)

  • Again he asked him, "Are you really my son Esau?" "Certainly," he replied. (Genesis 27, 24)

  • Jacob had scarcely left his father, just after Isaac had finished blessing him, when his brother Esau came back from his hunt. (Genesis 27, 30)

  • "Who are you?" his father Isaac asked him. "I am Esau," he replied, "your first-born son." (Genesis 27, 32)

  • On hearing his father's words, Esau burst into loud, bitter sobbing. "Father, bless me too!" he begged. (Genesis 27, 34)

  • Esau exclaimed, "He has been well named Jacob! He has now supplanted me twice! First he took away my birthright, and now he has taken away my blessing." Then he pleaded, "Haven't you saved a blessing for me?" (Genesis 27, 36)

  • But Esau urged his father, "Have you only that one blessing, father? Bless me too!" Isaac, however, made no reply; and Esau wept aloud. (Genesis 27, 38)

  • Esau bore Jacob a grudge because of the blessing his father had given him. He said to himself, "When the time of mourning for my father comes, I will kill my brother Jacob." (Genesis 27, 41)


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