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Genesis 25:1 ←
And Abraham took another wife named Keturah.
Genesis 25:2 ←
She became the mother of Zimran and Jokshan and Medan and Midian and Ishbak and Shuah.
Genesis 25:3 ←
And Jokshan became the father of Sheba and Dedan. And from Dedan came the Asshurim and Letushim and Leummim.
Genesis 25:4 ←
And from Midian came Ephah and Epher and Hanoch and Abida and Eldaah. All these were the offspring of Keturah.
Genesis 25:5 ←
Now Abraham gave all his property to Isaac;
Genesis 25:6 ←
But to the sons of his other women he gave offerings, and sent them away, while he was still living, into the east country.
Genesis 25:7 ←
Now the years of Abraham's life were a hundred and seventy-five.
Genesis 25:8 ←
And Abraham came to his death, an old man, full of years; and he was put to rest with his people.
Genesis 25:9 ←
And Isaac and Ishmael, his sons, put him to rest in the hollow rock of Machpelah, in the field of Ephron, the son of Zohar the Hittite, near Mamre;
Genesis 25:10 ←
The same field which Abraham got from the children of Heth: there Abraham was put to rest with Sarah, his wife.
Genesis 25:11 ←
Now after the death of Abraham, the blessing of God was with Isaac, his son.
Genesis 25:12 ←
Now these are the generations of Ishmael, the son of Abraham, whose mother was Hagar the Egyptian, the servant of Sarah:
Genesis 25:13 ←
These are the names of the sons of Ishmael by their generations: Ishmael's first son was Nebaioth; then Kedar and Adbeel and Mibsam
Genesis 25:14 ←
And Mishma and Dumah and Massa,
Genesis 25:15 ←
Hadad and Tema, Jetur, Naphish, and Kedemah:
Genesis 25:16 ←
These are the sons of Ishmael, and these are their names in their towns and their tent-circles; twelve chiefs with their peoples.
Genesis 25:17 ←
And the years of Ishmael's life were a hundred and thirty-seven: and he came to his end, and was put to rest with his people.
Genesis 25:18 ←
And their country was from Havilah to Shur which is east of Egypt: they took their place to the east of all their brothers.
Now these are the generations of Abraham's son Isaac:
Genesis 25:20 ←
Isaac was forty years old when he took Rebekah, the daughter of Bethuel the Aramaean of Paddan-aram, and the sister of Laban the Aramaean, to be his wife.
Genesis 25:21 ←
Isaac made prayer to the Lord for his wife because she had no children; and the Lord gave ear to his prayer, and Rebekah became with child.
Genesis 25:22 ←
And the children were fighting together inside her, and she said, If it is to be so, why am I like this? So she went to put her question to the Lord.
Genesis 25:23 ←
And the Lord said to her, Two nations are in your body, and two peoples will come to birth from you: the one will be stronger than the other, and the older will be the servant of the younger.
Genesis 25:24 ←
And when the time came for her to give birth, there were two children in her body.
Genesis 25:25 ←
And the first came out red from head to foot like a robe of hair, and they gave him the name of Esau.
Genesis 25:26 ←
And after him, his brother came out, gripping Esau's foot; and he was named Jacob: Isaac was sixty years old when she gave birth to them.
Genesis 25:27 ←
And the boys came to full growth; and Esau became a man of the open country, an expert bowman; but Jacob was a quiet man, living in tents.
Genesis 25:28 ←
Now Isaac's love was for Esau, because Esau's meat was greatly to his taste: but Rebekah had more love for Jacob.
Genesis 25:29 ←
And one day Jacob was cooking some soup when Esau came in from the fields in great need of food;
Genesis 25:30 ←
And Esau said to Jacob, Give me a full meal of that red soup, for I am overcome with need for food: for this reason he was named Edom.
Genesis 25:31 ←
And Jacob said, First of all give me your birthright.
Genesis 25:32 ←
And Esau said, Truly, I am at the point of death: what profit is the birthright to me?
Genesis 25:33 ←
And Jacob said, First of all give me your oath; and he gave him his oath, handing over his birthright to Jacob.
Genesis 25:34 ←
Then Jacob gave him bread and soup; and he took food and drink and went away, caring little for his birthright.