30-35. Esau came in from his hunting--Scarcely had the former scene been concluded, when the fraud was discovered. The emotions of Isaac, as well as Esau, may easily be imagined--the astonishment, alarm, and sorrow of the one; the disappointment and indignation of the other. But a moment's reflection convinced the aged patriarch that the transfer of the blessing was "of the Lord," and now irrevocable. The importunities of Esau, however, overpowered him; and as the prophetic afflatus was upon the patriarch, he added what was probably as pleasing to a man of Esau's character as the other would have been.
1 Isaac sends Esau for venison
6 Jacob is instructed by his mother Rebekah
15 Jacob obtains the blessing
34 Esau complains and by importunity he obtains a blessing
41 Esau threatens Jacob's life
43 Rebekah sends Jacob to Laban
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