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Jacob's riches increase.

GENESIS, 31

Jacob leaveth Laban. 32 I will pass through all thy

CHAPTER 31
flock to day, removing from Jacob departeth secretly from La- B.C.1739.
thence all the speckled and father's images. 22 Laban pur-

ban: 19 Rachel stealeth away her
ch.1.25, Cattle.
spotted cattle, and all the brown

sueth Jacob: 44 their covenant at ch.4.4, Sheep, De.18.4. cattle among the sheep, and the Galeed.

spated and speckleds among the ch.15.9, Goats.

Lā’ban's sons, saying, Jā'- ch.24.29, Laban, v.26. hire.

cob hath taken away all that i S.1.14, False Accusations. 1 K.15.14, Righteousness(3). 33 So shall my righteousness was our father's; and of that ch.4.5, Envy (2).

answer for me in time to come, which was our father's hath he p.p.Ps.49.16.
when it shall come for my hire gotten all this glory.
before thy face: every one that 2 And Jā'cob beheld the coun-
is not speckled and spotted tenance of Lāʻban, and, behold,
among the goats, and brown it was not toward him as before. p.p.De.28.54.
among the sheep, that shall be 3 And the LORD said unto Jā - ch.25.26, Jacob, ch.32.9.
counted stolen with me. cob, Return unto the land of thy ch.12.1, Divine Direction,
34 And Lāóban said, Behold, I fathers, and to thy kindred; and

[Ex.3.10. ch.21.27, Covenant (4). would it might be according to I will be with thee.

ch.28.15, Divine Presence,

(Ex.3.12. thy word.

4 And Jā'cob sent and called ch.29.6, Rachel. 35 And he removed that day Rā'chel and Lē’ah to the field ch.29.25, Leah, ch.33.2. the he goats that were ring- unto his flock, straked and spotted, and all the 5 And said unto them, I see she goats that were speckled your father's countenance, that and spotted, and every one that it is not toward me as before; had some white in it, and all but the God of my father hath Ex.19.3, Divine Fellowship. the brown among the sheep, and been with me. gave them into the hand of his 6 And ye know that with all my ch.39.6, Fidelity (1).

power I have served your father. See Servants' Duty, Ep.6.5. 36 And he set three days' jour- 7 And your father hath deney betwixt himself and Jā'cob: ceived me, and changed my v.41, Covetousness (2) ;

and Jā'cob fed the rest of Lā'- wages ten times; but God suf- Ps.115.12, Divine Care. D.p.eb.31.9. ban's flocks.

fered him not to hurt me. ch.15.1, God a Shield. 37 (And Jā'cob took him rods 8 If he said thus, The speckled of green poplar, and of the hazel shall be thy wages; then all the and chesnut tree; and pilled cattle bare speckled : and if he white strakes in them, and made said thus, The ringstraked shall the white appear which was in be thy hire; then bare all the the rods.

cattle ringstraked. 38 And he set the rods which 9 Thus God hath taken away See Divine Ownership (1). ch.3.1, Craftiness. he had pilled before the flocks the cattle of your father, and

(Ex.19.5. in the gutters in the watering given them to me.

troughs when the flocks came to 10 And it came to pass at the
drink, that they should conceive time that the cattle conceived,
when they came to drink. that I lifted up mine eyes, and

39 And the flocks conceived saw in a dream, and, behold, the
before the rods, and brought rams which leaped upon the cat-
forth cattle ringstraked, spec- tle were ringstraked, speckled,
kled, and spotted.

and grisled. 40 And Jā'cob did separate the 11 And the angel of God spake ch.32.1, Angels Appear. lambs, and set the faces of the unto me in a dream, saying, Nu.12.6, Dreams. flocks toward the ringstraked, Jā'cob : And I said, Here am I.

and all the brown in the flock 12 And he said, Lift up now ch.24.29, Laban.

of Lāʻban; and he put his thine eyes, and see, all the rams
own flocks by themselves, and which leap upon the cattle are
put them not unto Lā'ban's ringstraked, speckled, and gris-
cattle.

led: for I have seen all that La'- 1 $.2.3, God's Knowledge.
41 And it came to pass, when- ban doeth unto thee.
soever the stronger cattle did 13 I am the God of Běth -el, ch.28.19, Beth-el, ch.35.6.
conceive, that Jā'cob laid the where thou anointedst the pil- ch.28.18, Pillars.
rods before the eyes of the lar, and where thou vowedst a ch.28.20, Vows Made.
cattle in the gutters, that vow unto me: now arise, get ch.12.1, Divine Direction.
they might conceive among the thee out from this land, and re-
rods.

turn unto the land of thy kin42 But when the cattle were dred. feeble, he put them not in: so 14 And Rā'chel and Lē'ah the feebler were Lā'ban's, and answered and said unto him, Is See Wives' Duty, Est.1.20. the stronger Jā'cob's.

there yet any portion or inherich.39.3, Prosperity (4). 43 And the man increased ex- tance for us in our father's ch.13.2, Riches (4), ch.32.5. ceedingly, and had much cattle, house?

and maidservants, and menserv- 15 Are we not counted of him ch.12.16, Camels, Le.11.4. Tants, and camels, and asses. strangers ? for he hath sold us,

Laban pursueth Jacob.

GENESIS, 31

Jacob rebuketh Laban. ch.21.25, Dishonesty (2). and hath quite devoured also thou sore longedst after thy Love of Home, Nu.10.30. our money.

father's house, yet wherefore De.8 18, Riches (1).

16 For all the riches which hast thou stolen my gods? v.19, Stealing, Jos.7.21. God hath taken from our father, 31 And Jā'cob answered and

that is our's, and our children's: said to Lāʻban, Because I was Ex.18.19, Wise Council. now then, whatsoever God hath afraid: for I said, Peradventure De.1.17, Fear of Man. ch.6.22, Obedience (2). said unto thee, do.

thou wouldest take by force thy 17 {Then Jā'cob rose up, and daughters from me.

set his sons and his wives upon 32 With whomsoever thou ch.12.16, Camels. camels;

findest thy gods, let him not p.p.ch.44.9. 18 And he carried away all his live: before our brethren disch.14.16, Goods, Nu.31.9. cattle, and all his goods which cern thou what is thine with ch.1.25, Cattle, Ex.9.4. he had gotten, the cattle of his me, and take it to thee. For

getting, which he had gotten Jā'cob knew not that Rā'chel

in Pā'dan-ā'ram, for to go to had stolen them. ch.17.19, Isaac.

I'şaac his father in the land of 33 And Lā'ban went into Jā'ch.11.31, Canaan. Cā'năan.

cob's tent, and into Lē'ah's tent, 19 And Lā'ban went to shear and into the two maidservants' Stealing, v.30.

his sheep: and Rā'chel had tents; but he found them not. Teraphim, v.34.

stolen the images that were Then went he out of Lē'ah's 1 Chr. 16.26, False Gods. her father's.

tent, and entered into Rā'chel's 20 And Jā'cob stole away un- tent. awares to Lāʻban the Sýr'í-an, in 34 Now Rā'chel had taken the that he told him not that he fied. images, and put them in the v.19, Teraphim, Jud.17.5.

21 So he fled with all that he camel's furniture, and sat upon
had; and he rose up, and passed them. And Lā’ban searched all
over the river, and set his face the tent, but found them not.
toward the mount Gil'e-ăd. 35 And she said to her father,

22 And it was told Lā’ban on Let it not displease my lord that ch.12.13, Deception.
the third day that Jā'cob was I cannot rise up before thee;
fled.

for the custom of women is up-
23 And he took his brethren on me. And he searched, but
with him, and pursued after him found not the images.
seven days' journey; and they 36 [And Jā'cob was wroth, and ch.4.5, Man's Wrath.
overtook him in the mount Gil- chode with Lā'ban: and Jā'cob
e-ăd.

answered and said to Lā'ban, 24 And God came to Lā'ban What is my trespass ? what is Nu.12.6. Dreams.

the Sýr'i-an in a dream by night, my sin, that thou hast so hotly ch.35.5, Divine Protec- and said unto him, Take heed pursued after me?

[tion (2). that thou speak not to Jā'cob 37 Whereas thou hast searched
either good or bad.

all my stuff, what hast thou
25 {Then Lāʻban overtook Jā'- found of all thy household

cob. Now Jā'cob had pitched his stuff? set it here before my ch.13.18, Tents, Jos.7.22. tent in the mount: and Lā'ban brethren and thy brethren, that

with his brethren pitched in they may judge betwixt us both.
the mount of Gil'e-ăd.

38 This twenty years have I ch.24.29, Laban, v.51. 26 And Lā'ban said to Jā'cob, been with thee; thy ewes and

What hast thou done, that thou thy she goats have not cast
hast stolen away unawares to their young, and the rams of
me, and carried away my daugh-thy flock have I not eaten. ch.39.6, Fidelity (1).
ters, as captives taken with the 39 That which was torn of
sword ?

beasts I brought not unto thee;
27 Wherefore didst thou flee I bare the loss of it; of my hand
away secretly, and steal away didst thou require it, whether Nu.16.15, Integrity (2).
from me; and didst not tell me, stolen by day, or stolen by night.

that I might have sent thee 40 Thus I was; in the day the See Mirth, Ne.8.12. away with mirth, and with drought consumed me, and the Tabrets, 1 S.10.5.

songs, with tabret, and with frost by night; and my sleep ch.4.21, Musical Instru- harp?

departed from mine eyes. Industry (2), Ru.2.17. (ments. 28 And hast not suffered me 41 Thus have I been twenty ch.27.27, Kiss (1). to kiss my sons and my daugh- years in thy house; I served p.p.ch.29.27. Paternal Love, ch.37.35. ters? thou hast now done fool- thee fourteen years for thy two ishly in so doing.

daughters, and six years for thy ch.21.25. Dishonesty (2), 29 It is in the power of my cattle: and thou hast changed

(Jos. 7.11. p.p.ch.28.13. hand to do you hurt: but the my wages ten times.

Covetousness (2), Jos.7.21. Ps.115.12, Divine Care. God of your father spake unto 42 Except the God of my 2 K.18.5, Trust (3).

me yesternight, saying, Take father, the God of Abră-hăm, ch.28.15, Divine Presence.
thou heed that thou speak not and the fear of l'şaac, had been ch.15.1. God a Shield.
to Jā'cob either good or bad. with me, surely thou hadst sent

30 And now, though thou me away now empty. God hath
wouldest needs be gone, because seen mine affliction and the Ex.3.7, Divine Compassion.

The covenant at Mizpah.

GENESIS, 32

Jacob's fear of Esau. Ps.9.5, Divine Reproof. labour of my hands, and rebuked Anand The angels of God met Angels Appear, Nu.22.31.

thee yesternight.

43 (And Lā’ban answered and him.
said unto Jā'cob, These daugh- 2 And when Jā'cob saw them,

ters are my daughters, and these he said, This is God's host: and See Heavenly Host, Ne.9.6.

children are my children, and he called the name of that D.p.v.1.

these cattle are my cattle, and place Mā-ha-nā’im.
all that thou seest is mine: and 3 And Jā'cob sent messengers
what can I do this day unto before him to E'sąu his brother ch.25.25, Esau.
these my daughters, or unto their unto the land of Sēʻir, the coun-
children which they have born ? try of E'dom.

44 Now therefore come thou, 4 And he commanded them, ch.21.27, Covenant (4). let us make a covenant, I and saying, Thus shall ye speak

thou; and let it be for a wit- unto my lord E'sąu; Thy serv-
ness between me and thee. ant Jā'cob saith thus, I have

45 And Jā'cob took a stone, sojourned with Lā'ban, and ch.28.18, Pillars, ch.35.14. and set it up for a pillar. stayed there until now:

46 And Ja'cob said unto his 5 And I have oxen, and asses,
brethren, Gather stones; and flocks, and menservants, and ch.13.2, Riches (4), ch.36.7.
they took stones, and made an womenservants: and I have
heap: and they did eat there sent to tell my lord, that I may
upon the heap.

find grace in thy sight.
47 And Lā’ban called it Jē'gar- 6 1 And the messengers re-
sā-ha-dū'thả: but Jā'cob called turned to Jā'cob, saying, We
it Găle-ěd.

came to thy brother É'sąu, and
48 And Lā’ban said, This heap also he cometh to meet thee,
is a witness between me and and four hundred men with p.p.ch.33.1.
thee this day. Therefore was him.

the name of it called Găl’e-ěd; 7 Then Jā'cob was greatly p.p.1 5.7.5.

49 And Miz'pah; for he said, afraid and distressed: and he De.1.17, Fear of Man. Mizpah (1), Jud.10.17. The LORD watch between me divided the people that was ch.41.39, Discretion.

and thee, when we are absent with him, and the flocks, and
one from another.

herds, and the camels, into two
50 If thou shalt afflict my bands;
See Polygamy, ch.4.19. daughters, or if thou shalt take 8 And said, If E'sąu come to

other wives beside my daugh- the one company, and smite it, Appeal to God, De.30.19. ters, no man is with us; see, God then the other company which

is witness betwixt me and thee. is left shall escape. ch.24.29, Laban,

51 And Lā'ban said to Jā'cob, 9 TAnd Jā'cob said, O God of ch.25.26, Jacob, v.30. Behold this heap, and behold my father A'bră-hăm, and God Ps.5.3, Prayerfulness. this pillar, which I have cast of my father i'şaac, the LORD Ex.2.23, Crying to God. betwixt me and thee;

which saidst unto me, Return 52 This heap be witness, and unto thy country, and to thy this pillar be witness, that I kindred, and I will deal well will not pass over this heap to with thee: thee, and that thou shalt not 10 I am not worthy of the Humility (3), 1 5.9.21. pass over this heap and this least of all the mercies, and of pillar unto me, for harm. all the truth, which thou hast Ps.68.19, Thankfulness (2).

53 The God of Abră-hăm, and shewed unto thy servant; for ch.11.27, Nahor (b). the God of Nā'hôr, the God of with my staff I passed over this Staff, Ex.12.11. ch.18.25, God a Judge. their father, judge betwixt us. Jôr'dan; and now I am become Jordan, Nu.32.32. ch.26.31, Oaths (3), ch.47.31. And Jā'cob sware by the fear two bands.

ch.39.3, Prosperity (4). of his father I'şaac.

11 Deliver me, I pray thee, Ps.25.20, Deliverance ch.46.1, Sacrifices (1). 54 Then Jā'cob offered sacri- from the hand of my brother,

[Sought. ch.22.2, High Places (3), fice upon the mount, and called from the hand of E'sąu: for I

(Jud.6.26. his brethren to eat bread: and fear him, lest he will come and

they did eat bread, and tarried smite me, and the mother with See Conjugal Love,ch.24.67. all night in the mount. the children.

See Paternal Love, ch.31.28. 55 And early in the morning 12 And thou saidst, I will ch.27.27, Kiss (1).

Lāʻban rose up, and kissed his surely do thee good, and make 2 K.18.5, Trust (3). v.28, Paternal Love. sons and his daughters, and thy seed as the sand of the Ps.25.13, Seed of the Right

[eous. ch.27.27, Blessings (5). blessed them: and Lā’ban de- sea, which cannot be numbered

parted, and returned unto his for multitude.
place.

13 And he lodged there that
CHAPTER 32

same night; and took of that

which came to his hand a pres- ch.24.53, Presents. B.C.1739.

Jacob's vision at Mahanaim: 3 his ent for E'sąu his brother;

message to Esau. 6 He is afraid
of Esau's coming; and prayeth 14 Two hundred she goats, and
for deliverance: 13 he sendeth o twenty he goats, two hundred ch.15.9, Goats.
present to Esau: 24 he wrestleth

ewes, and twenty rams, ch.4.4, Sheep. with an angel at Peniel, and is called Israel. 31 He halteth. 15 Thirty milch camels with ch.12.16, Camels.

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second, and the third, and at AND Jāícob lifted up his eyes,

Jacob wrestleth with an angel.

GENESIS, 33

He meeteth Esau. their colts, forty kine, and ten my name? And he blessed him ch.1.28, Blessings (4), bulls, twenty she asses, and ten there.

(Lu.1.2 foals.

30 And Jā'cob called the name ch.25.26, Jacob, ch.33.10. 16 And he delivered them of the place Pê-nisel: for I have seeing God, Ex.24.10. into the hand of his servants, seen God face to face, and my 2 K.6.17, Spir. Vision. every drove by themselves; and life is preserved.

De.6.24, Preservation.
said unto his servants, Pass over 31 And as he passed over
before me, and put a space be- Pe-nū'el the sun rose upon him,
twixt drove and drove.

and he halted upon his thigh. p.p.2 Co.12.9.
17 And he commanded the 32 Therefore the children of
foremost, saying, When E'sąu Iş'ra-el eat not of the sinew
my brother meeteth thee, and which shrank, which is upon
asketh thee, saying, Whose art the hollow of the thigh, unto
thou ? and whither goest thou? this day: because he touched
and whose are these before the hollow of Jā'cob's thigh in
thee?

the sinew that shrank.
18 Then thou shalt say, They

CHAPTER 33 be thy servant Jā'cob's; it is a ch.24.53, Presents. present sent unto my lord The kindness of Jacob and Esau at B.C.1739.

their meeting. 17 Jacob cometh to E'sąu : and, behold, also he is

Succoth. 18 He buyeth a field, and behind us.

buildeth an altar.
· 19 And so commanded he the

and looked, and, behold,
that followed the droves, say- E'sąu came, and with him four ch.25.25, Esau.
ing, On this manner shall ye hundred men. And he divided
speak unto E'sąu, when ye find the children unto Lē'ah, and
him.

unto Rā'chel, and unto the two
20 And say ye moreover, Be- handmaids.
hold, thy servant Jā'cob is be- 2 And he put the handmaids ch.29.25, Leah, ch.35.23.
hind us.

For he said, I will and their children foremost, and ch.29.6, Rachel, ch.35.19. ch.41.39, Discretion. appease him with the present Lē’ah and her children after, ch.30.24, Joseph, ch.37.2.

that goeth before me, and after- and Rā'chel and Jõ’seph hinder- ch.25.28, Parental Parward I will see his face; per- most.

(tiality, ch.37.3. adventure he will accept of me. 3 And he passed over before

21 So went the present over them, and bowed bimself to the ch.37.7, Obeisance.
before him: and himself lodged ground seven times, until he p.p.ch.27.40.
that night in the company. came near to his brother.

22 And he rose up that night, 4 And E'sąu ran to meet him, Pr.12.23, Prudence. and took his two wives, and his and embraced him, and fell on Forgiveness (3), ch.45.15.

two womenservants, and his his neck, and kissed him: and Mt.5.24, Reconciliation (2).

eleven sons, and passed over the they wept. Jabbok, Nu.21.24. ford Jăb'bók.

5 And he lifted up his eyes, 23 And he took them, and sent and saw the women and the them over the brook, and sent children; and said, Who are over that he had.

those with thee? And he said, Solitude, Ps.55.7.

24 (And Jā'cob was left alone; The children which God hath Children (1), ch.48.9. ch.18.23, Prayer (10), and there wrestled a man with graciously given thy servant.

[2 S.7.18.

him until the breaking of the 6 Then the handmaidens came See Secret Prayer, De.9.25. day.

near, they and their children, 25 And when he saw that he and they bowed themselves. prevailed not against him, he 7 And Lē’ah also with her touched the hollow of his thigh; children came near, and bowed and the hollow of Jā'cob's thigh themselves: and after came was out of joint, as he wrestled Jõ’seph near and Rā'chel, and with him.

they bowed themselves. ch.37.7, Obeisance. 26 And he said, Let me go, for 8 And he said, What meanest ch.18.32, Importunity, the day breaketh. And he said, thou by all this drove which I

[De.9.18. I will not let thee go, except met? And he said, These are p.p.ch.32.5. p.p.Ho.12.4. thou bless me.

to find grace in the sight of my 27 And he said unto him, What lord.

is thy name? And he said, 9 And E'sąu said, I have ch.25.25, Esau, ch.36.1. ch.25.26, Jacob. Jā'cob.

enough, my brother; keep that ch.17.5, Names Changed, 28 And he said, Thy name thou hast unto thyself.

(ch.41.45. shall be called no more Jā'cob, 10 And Jā'cob said, Nay, I pray ch.25.26, Jacob, v.17.
Israel (1), ch.35.10.
R.V. for thou hast striven but Iş'ra-el: for as a prince hast thee, if now I have found grace
Mi.3.8, Spir. Power. 1 thou power with God and with in thy sight, then receive my
See Spir. Kings, Lu.22.29.
Ex.15.25,Prayers Answered.

men, and hast prevailed. present at my hand: for there- ch.24.53, Presents.

29 And Jā'cob asked him, and fore I have seen thy face, as said, Tell me, I pray thee, thy though I had seen the face of name. And he said, Wherefore God, and thou wast pleased with Ex.3.21, Human Favor. lis it that thou dost ask after me.

Jacob at Shechem.

GENESIS, 34

Dinah defiled. 11 Take, I pray thee, my bless- 5 And Jā'cob heard that he ing that is brought to thee; had defiled Di’nah his daugh

because God hath dealt gra- ter: now his sons were with his See Prosperity (4), ch.39.3. ciously with me, and because I cattle in the field: and Jā'cob

have enough. And he urged held his peace until they were
him, and he took it.

come.
12 And he said, Let us take 6 (And Hā'mor the father of ch.33.19, Hamor, v.20.
our journey, and let us go, and Shē'chem went out unto Jā'cob
I will go before thee.

to commune with him.
13 And he said unto him, My 7 And the sons of Jā'cob came
lord knoweth that the children out of the field when they
are tender, and the flocks and heard it: and the men were
herds with young are with me: grieved, and they were very
and if men should overdrive wroth, because he had wrought ch.4.5, Man's Wrath.
them one day, all the flock will folly in Işʻra-el in lying with
die.

Jā'cob's daughter; which thing
14 Let my lord, I pray thee, ought not to be done.
pass over before his servant: 8 And Hā'mor communed with
and I will lead on softly, accord-them, saying, The soul of my
ing as the cattle that goeth be- son Shē'chem longeth for your
|fore me and the children be daughter: I pray you give her
able to endure, until I come him to wife.
unto my lord unto Sē’ir. 9 And make ye marriages with

15 And E'sąu said, Let me now us, and give your daughters See Marriage (3), ch.24.3.
leave with thee some of the unto us, and take our daughters
folk that are with me. And he unto you.
said, What needeth it? let me 10 And ye shall dwell with us:

find grace in the sight of my lord. and the land shall be before p.p.ch.13.9. ch.25.25, Esau.

16 T So É'sąu returned that you; dwell and trade ye therein, Trading, ch.42.34.

day on his way unto Sēʻir. and get you possessions therein. ch.25.26, Jacob, ch.35.1. 17 And Jā'cob journeyed to 11 And Shē'chem said unto

Sūc'coth, and built him an her father and unto her brethBooths, Le.23.42.

house, and made booths for his ren, Let me find grace in your

cattle: therefore the name of eyes, and what ye shall say Succoth, Jos.13.27. the place is called Sức'coth. unto me I will give.

18 TAnd Jā'cob came to Shā'- 12 Ask me never so much dow- ch.30.20, Dowry, Ex.22.17. ch.12.6, Shechem (1),

lem, a city of Shēʼchem, which ry and gift, and I will give ac-
(ch.37.12. is in the land of Cā’năan, when cording as ye shall say unto me:

he came from Pā'dan-ā'ram; but give me the damsel to wife.
and pitched his tent before the 13 And the sons of Jā'cob an-
city.

swered Shē'chem and Hā'mor
19 And he bought a parcel of his father deceitfully, and said, ch.3.4. Deception (2).
a field, where he had spread his because he had defiled Di'nah

tent, at the hand of the chil- their sister: Hamor, ch.34.6.

dren of Hā'mor, Shē chem's fa- 14 And they said unto them,
ther, for an hundred pieces of We cannot do this thing, to
money.

give our sister to one that is un- The Uncircumcised, 20 And he erected there an circumcised; for that were a re

(Ex.12.48. ch.8.20, Altars (1), ch.35.7. altar, and called it Æl-e-lõ'hë-iş - proach unto us:

See Marriage (3), ch.24.3. ra-el.

15 But in this will we consent CHAPTER 34

unto you: If ye will be as we be, B.C. 1732 (?)

Dinah defiled. 20 The Shechemites that every male of you be cir- ch.17.10, Circumcision.
are circumcised. 25 The sons of cumcised;
slay them, and spoil their city. 36 16 Then will we give our Le.19.11, Falsehood.
Jacob reproveth Simeon and Levi. daughters unto you, and we will

ND Di'nah the daughter of take your daughters to us, and
Jā'cob, went out to see the will become one people.
daughters of the land.

17 But if ye will not hearken 2 And when Shē'chem the son unto us, to be circumcised; then

of Hāʼmor the Hi'vite, prince of will we take our daughter, and P1.6.25, Lust.

the country, saw her, he took we will be gone.
her, and lay with her, and de- 18 And their words pleased
filed her.

Hā'mor, and Shē'chem Hā'mor's
3 And his soul clave unto Di- son.

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