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  • And it is God who has taken your father’s substance and given it to me. (Genesis 31, 9)

  • And Rachel and Leah responded: “Have we anything left behind among the resources and inheritance of our father’s house? (Genesis 31, 14)

  • But God has taken our father’s riches and handed these to us and to our sons. Therefore, do all that God has instructed you.” (Genesis 31, 16)

  • And he took all his substance and flocks, and whatever he had acquired in Mesopotamia, and he journeyed to his father Isaac, in the land of Canaan. (Genesis 31, 18)

  • At that time, Laban had gone to shear the sheep, and so Rachel stole her father’s idols. (Genesis 31, 19)

  • And Jacob was not willing to confess to his father-in-law that he was fleeing. (Genesis 31, 20)

  • my hand has power to repay you with harm. But the God of your father said to me yesterday, ‘Beware that you not speak anything stern against Jacob.’ (Genesis 31, 29)

  • It may be that you desired to go to your own, and that you longed for the house of your father. But why have you stolen my gods?” (Genesis 31, 30)

  • If the God of my father Abraham and the fear of Isaac had not been close to me, perhaps by now you would have sent me away naked. But God looked kindly on my affliction and the labor of my hands, and he rebuked you yesterday.” (Genesis 31, 42)

  • May the God of Abraham, and the God of Nahor, the God of their father, judge between us.” Therefore, Jacob swore by the fear of his father Isaac. (Genesis 31, 53)

  • And Jacob said: “God of my father Abraham, and God of my father Isaac, O Lord who said to me: ‘Return to your land, and to the place of your nativity, and I will do well for you.’ (Genesis 32, 9)

  • And he bought the part of the field in which he had pitched his tents from the sons of Hamor, the father of Shechem, for one hundred lambs. (Genesis 33, 19)


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