Postanak 33

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Serbian (Daničić, Karadžić)         

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1 A Jakov podigavši oči svoje pogleda, a to Isav ide, i četiri stotine ljudi s njim. I razdeli decu uz Liju i uz Rahilju i uz dve robinje.

2 I namesti napred robinje i njihovu decu, pa Liju i njenu decu za njima, a najposle Rahilju i Josifa.

3 A sam prođe napred, i pokloni se do zemlje sedam puta dokle dođe do brata svog.

4 A Isav pritrča preda nj i zagrli ga i pade mu oko vrata i celiva ga, i obojica se zaplakaše,

5 I Isav podigavši oči ugleda žene i decu, pa reče: Ko su ti ono? A Jakov reče: Deca, koju Bog milostivo darova sluzi tvom.

6 I pristupiše robinje s decom svojom, i pokloniše se.

7 Potom pristupi i Lija i deca njena, i pokloniše se; a najposle pristupi Josif i Rahilja, i pokloniše se.

8 A Isav reče: Šta će ti čitava vojska ona koju sretoh? A on reče: Da nađem milost pred gospodarem svojim.

9 A Isav reče: Ima, brate, u mene dosta; neka tebi šta je tvoje.

10 A Jakov reče: Ne; ako sam sada našao milost pred tobom, primi dar iz moje ruke, jer videh lice tvoje kao da videh lice Božje, tako si me lepo dočekao.

11 Primi dar moj, koji ti je doveden; jer me je obilato obdario Bog, i imam svega. I navali na nj, te primi.

12 Posle reče Isav: Hajde da idemo, ići ću i ja s tobom.

13 A Jakov mu reče: Zna gospodar moj da su ova deca nejaka, i imam ovaca i krava dojilica, pa ako ih usteram jedan dan, poginuće mi sve stado.

14 Nego gospodar moj neka ide pred slugom svojim, a ja ću polako ići, koliko mogu deca i stoka, dokle dođem ka gospodaru svom u Sir.

15 A Isav reče: A ono da ti ostavim nekoliko ljudi što su sa mnom. A on reče: Na šta? Daj da nađem milost pred gospodarem svojim.

16 I tako Isav vrati se isti dan svojim putem u Sir.

17 A Jakov otide u Sokot, i onde načini sebi kuću a stoci svojoj načini staje; zato nazva ono mesto Sokot.

18 Posle dođe Jakov zdravo u grad Sihem u zemlji hananskoj, vrativši se iz Padan-Arama, i namesti se prema gradu.

19 I kupi komad zemlje, gde razape šator svoj, od sinova Emora oca Sihemovog za sto novaca.

20 I načini onde žrtvenik, i nazva ga: Silni Bog Izrailjev.

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Complete lesson with activity choices: act out Jacob and Esau's meeting, make a paper plate mobile of the Lord's face smiling at us, scripted story discussion, coloring picture, and a memory verse.
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Complete lesson with activity choices: read about the appearance of angels and devils and draw cartoons depicting their spiritual qualities, map activity on Canaan's compass, and a scripted story discussion.
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Complete lesson with activity choices: create ink blot pictures as the start of a discussion about seeing the face of God in other people, read about the appearance of angels and devils and draw cartoons depicting their spiritual qualities, and a scripted story discussion.
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