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  • Now Laban had two daughters; the older was called Leah, the younger Rachel. (Genesis 29, 16)

  • Leah had lovely eyes, but Rachel was well formed and beautiful. (Genesis 29, 17)

  • At nightfall he took his daughter Leah and brought her to Jacob, and Jacob consummated the marriage with her. (Genesis 29, 23)

  • (Laban assigned his slave girl Zilpah to his daughter Leah as her maidservant.) (Genesis 29, 24)

  • In the morning Jacob was amazed: it was Leah! So he cried out to Laban: "How could you do this to me! Was it not for Rachel that I served you? Why did you dupe me?" (Genesis 29, 25)

  • Jacob agreed. He finished the bridal week for Leah, and then Laban gave him his daughter Rachel in marriage. (Genesis 29, 28)

  • Jacob then consummated his marriage with Rachel also, and he loved her more than Leah. Thus he remained in Laban's service another seven years. (Genesis 29, 30)

  • When the LORD saw that Leah was unloved, he made her fruitful, while Rachel remained barren. (Genesis 29, 31)

  • Leah conceived and bore a son, and she named him Reuben; for she said, "It means, 'The LORD saw my misery; now my husband will love me.'" (Genesis 29, 32)

  • When Leah saw that she had ceased to bear children, she gave her maidservant Zilpah to Jacob as a consort. (Genesis 30, 9)

  • Leah then said, "What good luck!" So she named him Gad. (Genesis 30, 11)

  • Then Leah's maidservant Zilpah bore a second son to Jacob; (Genesis 30, 12)

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