Postanak 33

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1 Jakov podiže oči i opazi gdje dolazi Ezav i s njime četiri stotine ljudi. Onda on podijeli svoju djecu među Leu, Rahelu i dvije sluškinje;

2 postavi sluškinje i njihovu djecu na čelo; iza njih Leu i njezinu djecu; a Rahelu i Josipa straga.

3 Sam prođe naprijed, nakloni se do zemlje sedam puta dok se ne primače svome bratu.

4 Ezav mu potrča u susret. Zagrli ga padnuvši mu oko vrata, poljubi ga i zaplaka.

5 Onda podiže oči i vidje žene i djecu. "Tko su ovi s tobom?" - zapita. On odgovori: "Djeca kojom je Bog obdario tvoga slugu."

6 Potom naprijed stupe sluškinje sa svojom djecom te se duboko naklone.

7 Naprijed stupi i Lea sa svojom djecom te se duboko nakloni. Najposlije stupe naprijed Josip i Rahela te se duboko naklone.

8 Ezav upita: "Što kaniš sa svom ovom povorkom što sam je sreo?" Odgovori: "Naći naklonost svoga gospodara."

9 Ezav odgovori: "Ja imam dosta, brate moj. Neka ostane tebi što je tvoje."

10 A Jakov reče: "Nemoj tako! Ako sam našao naklonost u tvojim očima, primi dar iz moje ruke; jer meni je, što si me ljubezno primio, kao da gledam lice Božje.

11 Zato prihvati moj dar što sam ti ga donio; Bog mi je bio sklon te imam svega." Kako ga je uporno nagovarao, Ezav prihvati.

12 "Pođimo na put", reče Ezav, "i ja ću s tobom putovati."

13 Ali mu on odvrati: "Zna moj gospodar da su djeca nejaka. Osim toga, valja mi se brinuti o ovcama i kravama koje doje: ako bi se tjerale prebrzo samo jednog dana, sve bi pocrkale.

14 Neka moj gospodar ide ispred svoga sluge, a ja ću ići polako, uz korak marve pred sobom i uz korak djece, dok ne stignem k svome gospodaru u Seir."

15 Onda reče Ezav: "Da ti barem ostavim nekoliko ljudi koji se sa mnom nalaze." Ali on odgovori: "Čemu to? Neka ja samo nađem milost u očima svoga gospodara!"

16 Tako se Ezav onog dana zaputi natrag u Seir,

17 dok je Jakov otišao u Sukot, gdje sebi sagradi kuću, a svom blagu podigne staje. Stoga je onom mjestu dano ime Sukot.

18 Došavši tako iz Padan Arama, Jakov sretno stigne u grad Šekem, koji se nalazi u zemlji kanaanskoj, i postavi svoj šator pred gradom.

19 A komad zemlje na kojoj je postavio svoj šator kupi od sinova Hamora, Šekemova oca, za stotinu kesita.

20 Tu podiže žrtvenik i nazva ga "El, Bog Izraelov".

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