The generation after Abraham was Isaac. Isaac married a woman named Rebekah and from their union came the twins, Esau and Jacob. Although Esau was born first and justly should have inherited the first born’s Birthright, he ended up not doing so.
In his adult years, he despised his Birthright. According to the scripture he swapped, switched or exchanged his birthright status for a meal. He was truly exhausted and hungry. Unfortunately, he made a very costly decision.
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He sold his birthright to his younger brother Jacob. If we backtrack a moment we would note that while the two, Esau and Jacob, were in the womb of their mother, Rebekah received a prophetic word from the LORD Yah.
The prophetic word was that the elder child would serve the younger. This is part of series (the History of Israel) we hope you enjoy, a link is provided below to continue the story!
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