Genesis Chapter 29 (1611 Bible)
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10 And it came to passe, when Iacob saw Rachel the daughter of Laban his mothers brother, and the sheepe of Laban his mothers brother; that Iacob went neere, and rolled the stone from the wels mouth, and watered the flocke of Laban his mothers brother.
13 And it came to passe, when Laban heard the tidings of Iacob his sisters sonne, that he ranne to meete him, and imbraced him, and kissed him, & brought him to his house: and hee tolde Laban all these things.
25 And it came to passe, that in the morning, behold it was Leah: and he said to Laban, What is this thou hast done vnto mee? did not I serue with thee for Rachel? wherefore then hast thou beguiled me?
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Shankar mahabir's Genesis Chapter 29 comment about verse 24 on 3/22/2013, 2:30pm...
God told me about my generation. It starts with Jacob eighth son "Asher" in Genesis 49:20. Asher yield royal dainties and this goes with King David and it is with Great Britain today. It is the 4th covenant God has planned for the world.
Anonymous's Genesis Chapter 29 comment about verse 17 on 7/03/2012, 1:47pm...
I think this statement means the Leah was ugly and at the least unattractive.
PENELOPE's Genesis Chapter 29 comment on 6/27/2012, 9:38am...
Sound like Leah was beautiful for this day and age.She had more kids than Rachel,so she wasn't to bad looking or acting.
Timothy Wayne George's Genesis Chapter 29 comment on 5/01/2012, 7:47am...
Well chickens come home to feed.Be not deceived whatsoever a man sows that shall he also reap. Jacob had deceived his brother, and now he was reaping what he had sowed from uncle Laban. This chapter brings about some important questions, and does God approve of multiple wives? We know in the New Testament God commanded that every man is to have his own wife, and every woman her own husband. These things that happened in the Old Testament are examples to us, and we are to learn from the mistakes that they made by not making them too. A man is to leave father and mother, and cleave unto his wife. We see that Jacob loved Rachel more than Leah, and this became a point of contention in the family. This is why God commanded one man, and one woman in marriage. When we go outside of the will of God consequences result that cause problems for future generations. God has commanded that all men repent, and follow Jesus. We have the Holy Spirit to give us the victory over the flesh. Faith is our victory over this world. So thank God for your wife, and live joyfully with the wife of thy youth. Wives see to it that you respect your husband.
RALPH M. WATERS's Genesis Chapter 29 comment on 1/05/2011, 3:54pm...
And he said, Lo, [it is] yet high day, neither [is it] time that the cattle should be gathered together: water ye the sheep, and go [and] feed [them].
I see the symbolism of GOD (the father) telling his son Jesus that the scriptures has not been filled and it is not reaping time, and to go out and feed the children of GOD.
Titus's Genesis Chapter 29 comment on 12/21/2010, 1:16pm...
Annie, hear this, you are made in the image of God. In His eyes, you are more precious than gold. In the eyes of men, beauty lies in their eyes only. Who is beautiful and who is not? Is not the same made them both? One vessel that is less regarded and covered by men is preserved for the most honor. And that which is most visible, is of less honor and of less value. Their is no fat and ugly before my Father...only accepted in the beloved. I love you just as you are.
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