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  1. Genesis 33:20

    . Gen 33:20 . . He set up an altar there, and called it El-elohe

    El-elohe-yisrael is actually 'Eel-'Eloheey-Yisraa'eel which is a compound of
    three separate words.

    'Eel is from 'el (ale) and means strength; as an adjective; viz: mighty.

    'Eloheey is from 'elohiym (el-o-heem') and means: god(s) in a generic
    sense; but when used with the definite article "the" then 'elohiym identifies
    the Supreme Being
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  2. Genesis 33:12-19

    . Gen 33:12 . . And [Esau] said: Let us start on our journey, and I
    will proceed at your pace.

    Jacob undoubtedly told Esau his ultimate destination, which was probably
    Hebron, the place where their dad would later die. Isaac's last known
    address was Beer-sheba. Why he moved 26 miles north to Hebron is
    unknown; but when you're a rancher, you've got to go where the pasture is
    for the sake of the livestock.

    . Gen 33:13-14a . . But he
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  3. JPPT1974's Weekend Thoughts 10/28-10/30/2016:

    In the love
    Chapters as that
    Jesus was showing
    That love is
    Patient and kind
    And does not
    At all envy.
    And does not
    Been jealous.
  4. Genesis 33:5-11

    . Gen 33:5 . . Looking about, he saw the women and the children.
    Who, he asked: are these with you? He answered: The children with
    whom God has favored your servant.

    Because Jacob's response drew Esau's attention to the lads rather than the
    women, Jewish folklore proposes that Jacob did that so as to take Esau's
    mind off the wives. What an ugly thing to say. It implies that Esau was a
    barbaric cave man who stole wives from their husbands; yet there
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  5. JPPT1974's Thurs Thoughts 10/27/2016:

    And that
    Over in the
    Way that the
    Lord is calling
    For you and
    Me to show
    It in love.
    It is not easy
    To do that
    For people that
    Do not know us
    And vice versa.
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