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Genesis 29:1 Then Jacob went on his journey, and came to the land of the sons of the east.

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      Ge 29:1-35. THE WELL OF HARAN.

      1. Then Jacob went, &c.--Hebrew, "lifted up his feet." He resumed his way next morning with a light heart and elastic step after the vision of the ladder; for tokens of the divine favor tend to quicken the discharge of duty (Ne 8:10).
      and came into the land, &c.--Mesopotamia and the whole region beyond the Euphrates are by the sacred writers designated "the East" (Jud 6:3; 1Ki 4:30; Job 1:3). Between the first and the second clause of this verse is included a journey of four hundred miles.


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Brief Summary: Jacob meets Rachel at the well, Jacob serves his uncle Laban for seven years in order to marry Rachel, Laban tricks Jacob and gives him Leah first and then Rachel, Jacob agrees to serve for another seven years, Leah bears Jacob four sons: Ruben, Simeon, Levi, and Judah.

1 Jacob comes to the well of Haran
9 Jacob meets Rachel
13 Jacob is entertained by Laban
18 He covenants for Rachel
23 Jacob is deceived with Leah
28 Jacob marries Rachel also, and serves for her seven years more
32 Leah bears Reuben
33 Simeon
34 Levi
35 and Judah

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