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Go to Bible: Genesis 30
 
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Gen 30:4

“Jacob went in to her.” An idiom for sexual intercourse (cp. Gen. 29:23; 30:4; 38:2, 18; Judg. 16:1; Ruth 4:13; 2 Sam. 12:24).

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Gen 30:6

“God has judged me.” The word “judged” is used in the sense of “vindicated,” or “judged in my favor.” Rachel had felt betrayed by God, but now that she had a surrogate son she felt vindicated. Leah’s love for God showed up in the names of her children, whereas Rachel’s bitterness shows up in the names of her first two sons. Sadly, Rachel died while giving birth to Benjamin (whom she named “son of my sorrow,” but Jacob called him Benjamin, “son of my right hand”). It is possible that a life of bitterness and idolatry (Gen. 31:19, 34-35) contributed to her death.

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Gen 30:33

“in the future.” The Hebrew is idiomatic: “in a day of tomorrow.”

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