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  • He who departed first was red, and entirely hairy like a pelt; and his name was called Esau. At once the other departed and he held his brother’s foot in his hand; and because of this he was called Jacob. (Genesis 25, 25)

  • And as adults, Esau became a knowledgeable hunter and a man of agriculture, but Jacob, a simple man, dwelt in tents. (Genesis 25, 27)

  • Isaac was fond of Esau, because he was fed from his hunting; and Rebekah loved Jacob. (Genesis 25, 28)

  • Then Jacob boiled a small meal. Esau, when he had arrived weary from the field, (Genesis 25, 29)

  • Jacob said to him, “Sell me your right of the firstborn.” (Genesis 25, 31)

  • Jacob said, “So then, swear to me.” Esau swore to him, and he sold his right of the firstborn. (Genesis 25, 33)

  • she said to her son Jacob: “I heard your father speaking with your brother Esau, and saying to him, (Genesis 27, 6)

  • And Jacob said: “I am Esau, your firstborn. I have done as you instructed me. Arise; sit and eat from my hunting, so that your soul may bless me.” (Genesis 27, 19)

  • He approached his father, and when he had felt him, Isaac said: “The voice indeed is the voice of Jacob. But the hands are the hands of Esau.” (Genesis 27, 22)

  • Scarcely had Isaac completed his words, and Jacob departed, when Esau arrived. (Genesis 27, 30)

  • But he responded: “Justly is his name called Jacob. For he has supplanted me yet another time. My birthright he took away before, and now, this second time, he has stolen my blessing.” And again, he said to his father, “Have you not reserved a blessing for me also?” (Genesis 27, 36)

  • Therefore, Esau always hated Jacob, for the blessing with which his father had blessed him. And he said in his heart, “The days will arrive for the mourning of my father, and I will kill my brother Jacob.” (Genesis 27, 41)

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