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PARALLEL BIBLE - Genesis 29:1


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King James Bible - Genesis 29:1

Then Jacob went on his journey, and came into the land of the people of the east.

World English Bible

Then Jacob went on his journey, and came to the land of the children of the east.

Douay-Rheims - Genesis 29:1

Then Jacob went on in his journey, and came into the east country.

Webster's Bible Translation

Then Jacob went on his journey, and came into the land of the people of the east.

Original Hebrew

וישׂא
5375 יעקב 3290 רגליו 7272 וילך 1980 ארצה 776 בני 1121 קדם׃ 6924

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SEV Biblia, Chapter 29:1

¶ Y alz Jacob sus pies, y fue a la tierra de los orientales.

Clarke's Bible Commentary - Genesis 29:1

Verse 1. Then
Jacob went on his journey] The original is very remarkable: And Jacob lifted up his feet, and he traveled unto the land of the children of the east. There is a certain cheerfulness marked in the original which comports well with the state of mind into which he had been brought by the vision of the ladder and the promises of God. He now saw that having God for his protector he had nothing to fear, and therefore he went on his way rejoicing.

People of the east.] The inhabitants of Mesopotamia and the whole country beyond the Euphrates are called dq kedem, or easterns, in the sacred writings.


Matthew Henry Commentary

Verses 1-8 - Jacob proceeded cheerfully in his journey, after the sweet communion he had with God at Beth-el. Providence brought him to the field where his uncle's flocks were to be watered. What is said of the care of the shepherds for their sheep, may remind us of the tender concern whic our Lord Jesus, the great Shepherd of the sheep, has for his flock the church; for he is the good Shepherd, that knows his sheep, and is know of them. The stone at the well's mouth was to secure it; water wa scarce, it was not there for every one's use: but separate interest should not take us from helping one another. When all the shepherd came together with their flocks, then, like loving neighbours, the watered their flocks together. The law of kindness in the tongue has commanding power, Pr 31:26. Jacob was civil to these strangers, and he found them civil to him.


Original Hebrew

וישׂא 5375 יעקב 3290 רגליו 7272 וילך 1980 ארצה 776 בני 1121 קדם׃ 6924


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