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Jacob Now Had Four Wives and Twelve Children

Twenty years later, Jacob now had four wives and twelve children. It was at this time he decided to leave Mesopotamia because of a quarrelsome disagreement with his uncle and father in law, Laban.

Upon leaving Laban and Mesopotamia, he prepared himself to meet his long-time brother Esau, who he hadn’t seen all these years. 

~Continuing the History of Israel Narrative Series~

As he prepared to meet Esau, he was very fearful that Esau would still carry the grudge over the birthright. This was the same birthright blessing that he swindled from between his hands some twenty plus years prior.

Before they met, Jacob was met by an Angel who wrestled with him all night. Jacob never gave up throughout the entire entangle. When the angel attempted to leave, Jacob demanded the angel bless him. The angel asked him what was his name? to which Jacob responded, Jacob.


(Continue the Story…)

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