Genesis 29

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1 Derpå fortsatte Jakob sin Vandring og drog til Østens Børns Land.

2 Da fik han Øje på en Brønd på Marken og tre Hjorde af Småkvæg, der var lejrede ved den. Ved den Brønd vandede man Hjordene; og over Hullet lå der en stor Sten,

3 som man først væltede bort, når alle Hjordene var samlede, for siden, når Dyrene var vandet, at vælte den på Plads igen.

4 Jakob spurgte dem: "Hvor er I fra, Brødre?" De svarede: "Fra Karan!"

5 Da spurgte han dem: "Kender I Laban, Nakors Søn?" De svarede: "Ja, ham kender vi godt."

6 Han spurgte da: "Går det ham vel? De svarede: "Ja, det går ham vel; se, hans Datter akel kommer netop med Hjorden derhenne!"

7 Da sagde han: "Det er jo endnu højlys Dag og for tidligt at drive Kvæget sammen; vand Dyrene og før dem ud på Græsgangene!"

8 Men de svarede: "Det kan vi ikke, før alle Hyrderne er samlede; først når de vælter Stenen fra Brøndhullet, kan vi vande Dyrene."

9 Medens han således stod og talte med dem, var akel kommet derhen med sin Faders Hjord, som hun vogtede;

10 og så snart Jakob så sin Morbroder Labans Datter akel og hans Hjord, gik han hen og væltede Stenen fra Brøndhullet og vandede sin Morbroder Labans Hjord.

11 Så kyssede han akel og brast i Gråd;

12 og han fortalte hende; at han var hendes Faders Frænde, en Søn af ebekka: Da skyndte hun sig hjem til sin Fader og fortalte ham det"

13 og så snart Laban hørte om sin Søstersøn Jakob, løb han ham i Møde, omfavnede og kyssede ham og førte ham hjem til sit Hus. Så fortalte Jakob ham alt, hvad der var sket;

14 og Laban sagde: "Ja, du er mit Kød og Blod!" Han blev nu hos ham en Månedstid.

15 sagde Laban til Jakob: "Skulde du tjene mig for intet fordi du er min Frænde? Sig mig. hvad du vil have i Løn!"

16 Nu havde Laban to Døtre; den ældste hed Lea, den yngste akel;

17 Leas Øjne var matte, men akel havde en dejlig Skikkelse og så dejlig ud,

18 og Jakob elskede akel; derfor sagde han: "Jeg vil tjene dig syv År for din yngste Datter akel."

19 Laban svarede: "Jeg giver hende hellere til dig end til en fremmed; bliv kun hos mig!"

20 Så tjente Jakob syv År for akel; og de syntes ham kun nogle få Dage, fordi han elskede hende.

21 Derefter sagde Jakob til Laban: "Giv mig min Hustru, nu min Tjenestetid er ude, at jeg kan gå ind til hende!"

22 Så indbød Laban alle Mændene på Stedet til Gæstebud.

23 Men da Aftenen kom, tog han sin, Datter Lea og bragte hende til ham, og han gik ind til hende.

24 Og Laban gav sin Datter Lea sin Trælkvinde Zilpa til Trælkvinde.

25 Da det nu om Morgenen viste sig at være Lea, sagde Jakob til Laban: "Hvad er det, du har gjort imod mig? Er det ikke for akel, jeg,har tjent hos dig? Hvorfor har, du bedraget mig?"

26 Laban svarede: "Det er ikke Skik og Brug her til Lands at give den yngste bort før den ældste;

27 men lad nu Bryllupsugen gå til Ende, så vil, jeg også give dig hende, imod at du bliver i min Tjeneste syv År til."

28 Det gik Jakob ind på, og da Bryllupsugen var til Ende, gav Laban ham sin Datter akel til Hustru.

29 Og Laban gav sin Datter akel sin Trælkvinde Bilha til Trælkvinde.

30 Så gik Jakob også ind til akel, og han elskede akel højere end Lea. Derpå blev han i Labans Tjeneste syv År til.

31 Da HE EN så, at Lea blev tilsidesat, åbnede han hendes Moderliv, medens akel var ufrugtbar.

32 Så blev Lea frugtsommelig og fødte en Søn, som hun gav Navnet uben; thi hun sagde: "HE EN har set til min Ulykke; nu vil min Mand elske mig!"

33 Siden blev hun frugtsommelig igen og fødte en Søn;og hun sagde: "HE EN hørte, at jeg var tilsidesat, så gav han mig også ham!" Derfor gav hun ham Navnet Simeon.

34 Siden blev hun frugtsommelig igen og fødte en Søn; og hun sagde: "Nu må da endelig min Mand bolde sig til mig, da jeg har født ham tre Sønner." Derfor gav hun ham Navnet Levi.

35 Siden blev hun frugtsommelig igen og fødte en Søn; og hun sagde:"Nu vil jeg prise HE EN!" Derfor gav hun ham Navnet Juda. Så fik hun ikke flere Børn.

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