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Jacob was in general, a man of devotion and integrity; yet he had more trouble than any of the patriarchs. Here is,

I. His resolution to return, ver. 1-16.

II. His clandestine departure, ver. 17-21.

III. Laban's pursuit of him in displeasure, ver. 22-25.

IV. The hot words that passed between them, ver. 26-42.

V. Their amicable agreement at last, ver. 43-55.

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