Talált 315 Eredmények: Jacob

  • These things were told to Rebecca: and she sent and called Jacob her son, and said to him: Behold Esau thy brother threateneth to kill thee. (Genesis 27, 42)

  • And Rebecca said to Isaac: I am weary of my life because of the daughters of Heth: if Jacob take a wife of the stock of this land, I choose not to live. (Genesis 27, 46)

  • And Isaac called Jacob, and blessed him, and charged him, saying: Take not a wife of the stock of Chanaan: (Genesis 28, 1)

  • And Esau seeing that his father had blessed Jacob, and had sent him into Mesopotamia of Syria, to marry a wife thence; and that after the blessing he had charged him, saying: Thou shalt not take a wife of the daughters of Chanaan: (Genesis 28, 6)

  • And that Jacob obeying his parents was gone into Syria: (Genesis 28, 7)

  • But Jacob being departed from Bersabee, went on to Haran. (Genesis 28, 10)

  • And when Jacob awaked out of sleep, he said: Indeed the Lord is in this place, and I knew it not. (Genesis 28, 16)

  • And Jacob, arising in the morning, took the stone, which he had laid under his head, and set it up for a title, pouring oil upon the top of it. (Genesis 28, 18)

  • Then Jacob went on in his journey, and came into the east country. (Genesis 29, 1)

  • And Jacob said: There is yet much day remaining, neither is it time to bring the flocks into the folds again: first give the sheep drink, and so lead them back to feed. (Genesis 29, 7)

  • And when Jacob saw her, and knew her to be his cousin-german, and that they were the sheep of Laban, his uncle: he removed the stone wherewith the well was closed. (Genesis 29, 10)

  • Who, when he heard that Jacob his sister's son was come, ran forth to meet him; and embracing him, and heartily kissing him, brought him into his house. And when he had heard the causes of his journey, (Genesis 29, 13)


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