Jakob bibel

Jakob Bibel 1.2. Narrative Ausdeutungen

Jakob, auch Jisrael oder Israel genannt, Sohn Isaaks und Enkel Abrahams, ist nach dem 1. Buch Mose der Bibel der dritte der Erzväter der Israeliten. Buch Mose der Bibel der dritte der Erzväter der Israeliten. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Jakob in der Bibel; 2 Jakobs. Die Bibel – Jakob ist der dritte Teil der TV-Reihe Die Bibel und erzählt die frühen Jahre im Leben des alttestamentlichen Patriarchen Jakob. Der Name bezeichnet vor allem in der Genesis die Person des Jakob. Wörterbuch zum Alten Testament, Stuttgart u.a. ff; Neues Bibel-Lexikon, Zürich u.a. Stichwort: Jakob. Stammvater des Volkes Israel und Sohn Isaaks. Der Name bedeutet»Gott beschütze (dich)«.

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Jakob war ein Sohn von Isaak und Rebekka. So erzählt es die Bibel. Danach lebte er etwa Jahre vor Christus in Kanaan und bekam selbst 12 Söhne. Jakob – Bibel-Lexikon. Bedeutung des Namens. Jakob = der Fersenhalter, Überlister. Quelle: Kleine Namenskonkordanz. 1. Jakob, Isaak, Esau So kam Jakob nach Lus, das im Land Kanaan liegt, das ist Bethel, er und alles Volk, das bei ihm war. Und er baute dort einen Altar und.

Esau was heartbroken by the deception and begged for his own blessing. Having made Jacob a ruler over his brothers, Isaac could only promise, "By your sword you shall live, but your brother you shall serve; yet it shall be that when you are aggrieved, you may cast off his yoke from upon your neck" — Although Esau sold Jacob his own birthright, which was his blessing, for "red pottage," Esau still hated Jacob for receiving his blessing that their father Isaac unknowingly had given to him.

He vowed to kill Jacob as soon as Isaac died. When Rebecca heard about his murderous intentions, [13] she ordered Jacob to travel to her brother Laban 's house in Haran, until Esau's anger subsided.

She convinced Isaac to send Jacob away by telling him that she despaired of his marrying a local girl from the idol-worshipping families of Canaan as Esau had done.

After Isaac sent Jacob away to find a wife, Esau realized his own Canaanite wives were evil in his father's eyes and so he took a daughter of Isaac's half-brother, Ishmael , as another wife.

Near Luz en route to Haran , Jacob experienced a vision of a ladder, or staircase, reaching into heaven with angels going up and down it, commonly referred to as " Jacob's ladder.

According to Midrash Genesis Rabbah , the ladder signified the exiles that the Jewish people would suffer before the coming of the Jewish Messiah : the angels that represented the exiles of Babylonia, Persia, and Greece each climbed up a certain number of steps, paralleling the years of the exile, before they "fell down"; but the angel representing the last exile, that of Edom , kept climbing higher and higher into the clouds.

Jacob feared that his descendants would never be free of Esau's domination, but God assured him that at the End of Days, Edom too would come falling down.

In the morning, Jacob awakened and continued on his way to Haran, after naming the place where he had spent the night " Bethel ," "God's house.

Arriving in Haran, Jacob saw a well where shepherds were gathering their flocks to water them and met Laban 's younger daughter, Rachel , Jacob's first cousin ; she was working as a shepherdess.

Jacob was 77 years old, [15] and he loved Rachel immediately. After spending a month with his relatives he asked for her hand in marriage in return for working seven years for Laban the Aramean.

Laban agreed to the arrangement. These seven years seemed to Jacob "but a few days, for the love he had for her.

In the morning, when the truth became known, Laban justified his action, saying that in his country it was unheard of to give a younger daughter before the older.

However, he agreed to give Rachel in marriage as well if Jacob would work another seven years. After the week of wedding celebrations with Leah, Jacob married Rachel, and he continued to work for Laban for another seven years.

Jacob, having been celibate until the age of 84, fathered twelve children in the next seven years. Rachel, however, remained barren.

Following the example of Sarah, who gave her handmaid to Abraham after years of infertility, Rachel gave Jacob her handmaid, Bilhah , in marriage so that Rachel could raise children through her.

Bilhah gave birth to Dan and Naphtali. Seeing that she had left off childbearing temporarily, Leah then gave her handmaid Zilpah to Jacob in marriage so that Leah could raise more children through her.

Zilpah gave birth to Gad and Asher. Afterwards, Leah became fertile again and gave birth to Issachar , Zebulun , and Dinah , Jacob's first and only daughter.

God remembered Rachel, who gave birth to Joseph and Benjamin. After Joseph was born, Jacob decided to return home to his parents.

Laban the Aramean was reluctant to release him, as God had blessed his flock on account of Jacob. Laban asked what he could pay Jacob.

Jacob suggested that all the spotted, speckled, and brown goats and sheep of Laban's flock, at any given moment, would be his wages.

Jacob placed rods of poplar, hazel, and chestnut, all of which he peeled "white streaks upon them," [18] within the flocks' watering holes or troughs in a performance of sympathetic magic , associating the stripes of the rods with the growth of stripes on the livestock.

The angel of the Lord , in a dream back during the breeding season, told Jacob "Now lift your eyes and see [that] all the he goats mounting the animals are ringed, speckled, and striped, for I have seen all that Laban is doing to you", [21] that he is the God whom Jacob met at Bethel, [22] and that Jacob should leave and go back to the land where he was born, [23] which he and his wives and children did without informing Laban.

Before they left, Rachel stole the teraphim , considered to be household idols, from Laban's house. Laban pursued Jacob for seven days. The night before he caught up to him, God appeared to Laban in a dream and warned him not to say anything good or bad to Jacob.

Knowing nothing about Rachel's theft, Jacob told Laban that whoever stole them should die and stood aside to let him search. When Laban reached Rachel's tent, she hid the teraphim by sitting on them and stating she could not get up because she was menstruating.

Jacob and Laban then parted from each other with a pact to preserve the peace between them.

Laban returned to his home and Jacob continued on his way. As Jacob neared the land of Canaan, he sent messengers ahead to his brother Esau.

They returned with the news that Esau was coming to meet Jacob with an army of men. With great apprehension, Jacob prepared for the worst.

He engaged in earnest prayer to God, then sent on before him a tribute of flocks and herds to Esau, "A present to my lord Esau from thy servant Jacob.

Jacob then transported his family and flocks across the ford Jabbok by night, then recrossed back to send over his possessions, being left alone in communion with God.

There, a mysterious being appeared "man," Genesis , 28; or "God," Genesis , 30, Hosea , 5; or "angel," Hosea , and the two wrestled until daybreak.

Because of this, "to this day the people of Israel do not eat the sinew of the thigh that is on the hip socket" Genesis This incident is the source of the mitzvah of porging.

Jacob asked the being's name, but he refused to answer. Josephus uses only the terms "angel", "divine angel," and "angel of God," describing the struggle as no small victory.

According to Rashi, the being was the guardian angel of Esau himself, sent to destroy Jacob before he could return to the land of Canaan. Trachtenberg theorized that the being refused to identify itself for fear that, if its secret name was known, it would be conjurable by incantations.

Morris say that the stranger was "God Himself and, therefore, Christ in His preincarnate state", citing Jacob's own evaluation and the name he assumed thereafter, "one who fights victoriously with God", and adding that God had appeared in the human form of the Angel of the Lord to eat a meal with Abraham in Genesis In the morning, Jacob assembled his four wives and 11 sons, placing the maidservants and their children in front, Leah and her children next, and Rachel and Joseph in the rear.

Some commentators cite this placement as proof that Jacob continued to favor Joseph over Leah's children, as presumably the rear position would have been safer from a frontal assault by Esau, which Jacob feared.

Jacob himself took the foremost position. Esau's spirit of revenge, however, was apparently appeased by Jacob's bounteous gifts of camels, goats and flocks.

Their reunion was an emotional one. Esau offered to accompany them on their way back to Israel, but Jacob protested that his children were still young and tender born six to 13 years prior in the narrative ; Jacob suggested eventually catching up with Esau at Mount Seir.

According to the Sages, this was a prophetic reference to the End of Days, when Jacob's descendants will come to Mount Seir, the home of Edom, to deliver judgment against Esau's descendants for persecuting them throughout the millennia see Obadiah Jacob actually diverted himself to Succoth and was not recorded as rejoining Esau until, at Machpelah , the two bury their father Isaac, who lived to be , and was 60 years older than they were.

Jacob then arrived in Shechem , where he bought a parcel of land, now identified as Joseph's Tomb. In Shechem, Jacob's daughter Dinah was kidnapped and raped by the ruler's son, who desired to marry the girl.

Dinah's brothers, Simeon and Levi, agreed in Jacob's name to permit the marriage as long as all the men of Shechem first circumcised themselves, ostensibly to unite the children of Jacob in Abraham's covenant of familial harmony.

On the third day after the circumcisions, when all the men of Shechem were still in pain, Simeon and Levi put them all to death by the sword and rescued their sister Dinah, and their brothers plundered the property, women, and children.

Jacob condemned this act, saying: "You have brought trouble on me by making me a stench to the Canaanites and Perizzites , the people living in this land.

Jacob returned to Bethel, where he had another vision of blessing. According to the Midrash, [32] the plural form of the word "weeping" indicates the double sorrow that Rebecca also died at this time.

Jacob then made a further move while Rachel was pregnant; near Bethlehem , Rachel went into labor and died as she gave birth to her second son, Benjamin Jacob's twelfth son.

Jacob buried her and erected a monument over her grave. Rachel's Tomb , just outside Bethlehem, remains a popular site for pilgrimages and prayers to this day.

Jacob then settled in Migdal Eder , where his firstborn, Reuben, slept with Rachel's servant Bilhah; Jacob's response was not given at the time, but he did condemn Reuben for it later, in his deathbed blessing.

Jacob was finally reunited with his father Isaac in Mamre outside Hebron. When Isaac died at the age of , Jacob and Esau buried him in the Cave of the Patriarchs , which Abraham had purchased as a family burial plot.

At this point in the biblical narrative, two genealogies of Esau's family appear under the headings "the generations of Esau".

A conservative interpretation is that, at Isaac's burial, Jacob obtained the records of Esau, who had been married 80 years prior, and incorporated them into his own family records, and that Moses augmented and published them.

The house of Jacob dwelt in Hebron , [34] in the land of Canaan. His flocks were often fed in the pastures of Shechem [35] [36] as well as Dothan.

Thus Joseph's half brothers were jealous of him and they ridiculed him often. When Joseph was 17 years old, Jacob made a long coat or tunic of many colors for him.

Seeing this, the half brothers began to hate Joseph. Then Joseph began to have dreams that implied that his family would bow down to him.

When he told his brothers about such dreams, it drove them to conspire against him. When Jacob heard of these dreams, he rebuked his son for proposing the idea that the house of Jacob would even bow down to Joseph.

Yet, he contemplated his son's words about these dreams. Genesis — Sometime afterward, the sons of Jacob by Leah, Bilhah and Zilpah, were feeding his flocks in Shechem.

Jacob wanted to know how things were doing, so he asked Joseph to go down there and return with a report. Later that day, the report that Jacob ended up receiving came from Joseph's brothers who brought before him a coat laden with blood.

Jacob identified the coat as the one he made for Joseph. A wild beast has devoured him. Without doubt Joseph is torn to pieces. No one from the house of Jacob could comfort him during this time of bereavement.

The truth was that Joseph's older brothers had turned on him, apprehended him and ultimately sold him into slavery on a caravan headed for Egypt.

Genesis Twenty years later, [39] throughout the Middle East a severe famine occurred like none other that lasted seven years.

In the second year of this great famine, [42] when Israel Jacob was about years old, [43] he told his 10 sons of Leah, Bilhah and Zilpah, to go to Egypt and buy grain.

Israel's youngest son Benjamin, born from Rachel, stayed behind by his father's order to keep him safe.

Genesis —5. Nine of the sons returned to their father Israel from Egypt, stockpiled with grain on their donkeys.

They relayed to their father all that had happened in Egypt. They spoke of being accused of as spies and that their brother Simeon, had been taken prisoner.

When Reuben, the eldest, mentioned that they needed to bring Benjamin to Egypt to prove their word as honest men, their father became furious with them.

He couldn't understand how they were put in a position to tell the Egyptians all about their family.

When the sons of Israel opened their sacks, they saw their money that they used to pay for the grain. It was still in their possession, and so they all became afraid.

Israel then became angry with the loss of Joseph, Simeon, and now possibly Benjamin. It turned out that Joseph, who identified his brothers in Egypt, was able to secretly return that money that they used to pay for the grain, back to them.

This time, Judah spoke to his father in order to persuade him about having Benjamin accompany them, so as to prevent Egyptian retribution.

In hopes of retrieving Simeon and ensuring Benjamin's return, Israel told them to bring the best fruits of their land, including: balm , honey , spices, myrrh , pistachio nuts and almonds.

Israel also mentioned that the money that was returned to their money sacks was probably a mistake or an oversight on their part.

So, he told them to bring that money back and use double that amount to pay for the new grain. When the sons of Israel Jacob returned to Hebron from their second trip, they came back with 20 additional donkeys carrying all kinds of goods and supplies as well as Egyptian transport wagons.

When their father came out to meet them, his sons told him that Joseph was still alive, that he was the governor over all of Egypt and that he wanted the house of Israel to move to Egypt.

I will go and see him before I die. Israel and his entire house of 70, [45] gathered up with all their livestock and began their journey to Egypt.

En route, Israel stopped at Beersheba for the night to make a sacrificial offering to his God, Yahweh. Apparently he had some reservations about leaving the land of his forefathers, but God reassured him not to fear that he would rise again.

God also assured that he would be with him, he would prosper, and he would also see his son Joseph who would lay him to rest.

Continuing their journey to Egypt, when they approached in proximity, Israel sent his son Judah ahead to find out where the caravans were to stop.

They were directed to disembark at Goshen. It was here, after 22 years, that Jacob saw his son Joseph once again. They embraced each other and wept together for quite a while.

The time had come for Joseph's family to personally meet the Pharaoh of Egypt. After Joseph prepared his family for the meeting, the brothers came before the Pharaoh first, formally requesting to pasture in Egyptian lands.

The Pharaoh honored their stay and even made the notion that if there were any competent men in their house, then they may elect a chief herdsman to oversee Egyptian livestock.

Finally, Joseph's father was brought out to meet the Pharaoh. Because the Pharaoh had such a high regard for Joseph, practically making him his equal, [46] it was an honor to meet his father.

Thus, Israel was able to bless the Pharaoh. The two chatted for a bit, the Pharaoh even inquiring of Israel's age which happened to be years old at that time.

After the meeting, the families were directed to pasture in the land of Ramses where they lived in the province of Goshen.

The house of Israel acquired many possessions and multiplied exceedingly during the course of 17 years, even through the worst of the seven-year famine.

Israel Jacob was years old when he called to his favorite son Joseph and pleaded that he not be buried in Egypt.

Rather, he requested to be carried to the land of Canaan to be buried with his forefathers. Joseph swore to do as his father asked of him.

Not too long afterward, Israel had fallen ill, losing much of his vision. When Joseph came to visit his father, he brought with him his two sons, Ephraim and Manasseh.

Israel declared that they would be heirs to the inheritance of the house of Israel, as if they were his own children, just as Reuben and Simeon were.

Then Israel laid his right hand on the younger Ephraim's head and his left hand on the eldest Manasseh's head and blessed Joseph.

However, Joseph was displeased that his father's right hand was not on the head of his firstborn, so he switched his father's hands. Then Israel called all of his sons in and prophesied their blessings or curses to all twelve of them in order of their ages.

Afterward, Israel died and the family, including the Egyptians, mourned him 70 days. Israel was embalmed and a great ceremonial journey to Canaan was prepared by Joseph.

He led the servants of Pharaoh, and the elders of the houses Israel and Egypt beyond the Jordan River to Atad where they observed seven days of mourning.

Then they buried him in the cave of Machpelah , the property of Abraham when he bought it from the Hittites.

Jacob, through his two wives and his two concubines had 12 biological sons; Reuben Genesis , Simeon Genesis , Levi Genesis , Judah Genesis , Dan Genesis , Naphtali Genesis , Gad Genesis , Asher Genesis , Issachar Genesis , Zebulun Genesis , Joseph Genesis and Benjamin Genesis and at least one daughter, Dinah if there were other daughters, they are not mentioned in the Genesis story Genesis In addition, Jacob also adopted the two sons of Joseph, Manasseh and Ephraim.

The offspring of Jacob's sons became the tribes of Israel following the Exodus , when the Israelites conquered and settled in the Land of Israel.

There are two opinions in the Midrash as to how old Rebekah was at the time of her marriage and, consequently, at the twins' birth.

According to the traditional counting cited by Rashi , Isaac was 37 years old at the time of the Binding of Isaac , and news of Rebekah's birth reached Abraham immediately after that event.

According to the second opinion, Rebekah was 14 years old at the time of their marriage, and 34 years old at the birth of Jacob and Essau.

The Midrash says that during Rebekah's pregnancy whenever she would pass a house of Torah study, Jacob would struggle to come out; whenever she would pass a house of idolatry , Esau would agitate to come out.

Rashi explained that Isaac, when blessing Jacob instead of Esau, smelled the heavenly scent of Gan Eden Paradise when Jacob entered his room and, in contrast, perceived Gehenna opening beneath Esau when the latter entered the room, showing him that he had been deceived all along by Esau's show of piety.

When Laban planned to deceive Jacob into marrying Leah instead of Rachel, the Midrash recounts that both Jacob and Rachel suspected that Laban would pull such a trick; Laban was known as the "Aramean" deceiver , and changed Jacob's wages ten times during his employ Genesis The couple therefore devised a series of signs by which Jacob could identify the veiled bride on his wedding night.

But when Rachel saw her sister being taken out to the wedding canopy, her heart went out to her for the public shame Leah would suffer if she were exposed.

Rachel therefore gave Leah the signs so that Jacob would not realize the switch. Jacob had still another reason for grieving the loss of Joseph.

God had promised to him: "If none of your sons dies during your lifetime, you may look upon it as a token that you will not be put in Hell of Gehenna after your death.

Jewish apocalyptic literature of the Hellenistic period includes many ancient texts with narratives about Jacob, many times with details different from Genesis.

The more important are the book of Jubilees and the Book of Biblical Antiquities. Jacob is also the protagonist of the Testament of Jacob , of the Ladder of Jacob and of the Prayer of Joseph , which interpret the experience of this Patriarch in the context of merkabah mysticism.

The Eastern Orthodox Church and those Eastern Catholic Churches which follow the Byzantine Rite see Jacob's dream as a prophecy of the Incarnation of the Logos , whereby Jacob's ladder is understood as a symbol of the Theotokos Virgin Mary , who, according to Orthodox theology , united heaven and earth in her womb.

Die Söhne Rahels waren: Josef und Benjamin. Das waren die Söhne Jakobs, die ihm in Paddan-Aram geboren wurden. Etwas später stirbt auch sein Vater Isaak, den er gemeinsam mit seinem Bruder Esau begräbt.

Jakob wohnt nun im Land Kanaan. Seinen Sohn Josef bevorzugt und beschenkt er, worüber dessen Brüder sehr verärgert sind.

Bei einer günstigen Gelegenheit wollen sie ihn zuerst töten, verkaufen ihn dann jedoch an midianitische Kaufleute. Ihrem Vater schicken sie Josefs bunten Mantel, den er von ihm bekommen hatte, in Ziegenblut getränkt.

Jakob, der meint, sein Sohn sei von einem wilden Tier getötet worden, trauert lange um ihn. Etwa 22 Jahre später kommt Jakob wieder mit seinem Sohn Josef zusammen — der mittlerweile der zweithöchste Mann in Ägypten ist —, weil im ganzen Land eine siebenjährige Hungersnot ausgebrochen ist.

Josef lässt seine ganze Verwandtschaft nach Ägypten umziehen, wo er ihnen den besten Landesteil Goschen schenkt. Efraim und Manasse sollen mir soviel gelten wie Ruben und Simeon.

Die Nachkommen aber, die du erst nach ihnen gezeugt hast, sollen dir gehören; nach dem Namen ihrer Brüder soll man sie in ihrem Erbteil benennen.

Als Jakob Israel die beiden segnet, gibt er Efraim, dem Jüngeren, den Segen des Erstgeborenen und Manasse, dem Älteren, den Segen des Zweitgeborenen; obwohl Josef dagegen protestiert und versucht, seinen Vater zu einem Segen entsprechend der Reihenfolge der Geburten zu bewegen, beharrt dieser auf der von ihm gewählten Reihenfolge.

So setzte Israel Efraim vor Manasse. Unmittelbar vor seinem Tod ruft Jakob Israel seine zwölf leiblichen Söhne zusammen und beauftragt sie, ihn in der Höhle auf dem Grundstück des Hethiters Efron zu begraben, auf dem Grundstück von Machpela bei Mamre in Kanaan.

Das Grundstück hatte Abraham von Efron als eigene Grabstätte gekauft. Auf Bitten von Josef wird der Leichnam seines Vaters einbalsamiert.

Die Ärzte benötigen dafür vierzig Tage, und die Ägypter beweinen ihn siebzig Tage lang:. Und so zog Josef hinauf. Folgende Kirchen erinnern am 5.

Februar an Jakob: [2]. Dieser Artikel behandelt Jakob, einen biblischen Stammvater der Israeliten. Weitere Namensträger und Bedeutungen siehe unter Jakob Name bzw.

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When the sons of Israel Jacob returned to Hebron from their second trip, they came back with 20 additional donkeys carrying all kinds of goods and supplies as well as Egyptian transport wagons.

When their father came out to meet them, his sons told him that Joseph was still alive, that he was the governor over all of Egypt and that he wanted the house of Israel to move to Egypt.

I will go and see him before I die. Israel and his entire house of 70, [45] gathered up with all their livestock and began their journey to Egypt.

En route, Israel stopped at Beersheba for the night to make a sacrificial offering to his God, Yahweh. Apparently he had some reservations about leaving the land of his forefathers, but God reassured him not to fear that he would rise again.

God also assured that he would be with him, he would prosper, and he would also see his son Joseph who would lay him to rest.

Continuing their journey to Egypt, when they approached in proximity, Israel sent his son Judah ahead to find out where the caravans were to stop.

They were directed to disembark at Goshen. It was here, after 22 years, that Jacob saw his son Joseph once again. They embraced each other and wept together for quite a while.

The time had come for Joseph's family to personally meet the Pharaoh of Egypt. After Joseph prepared his family for the meeting, the brothers came before the Pharaoh first, formally requesting to pasture in Egyptian lands.

The Pharaoh honored their stay and even made the notion that if there were any competent men in their house, then they may elect a chief herdsman to oversee Egyptian livestock.

Finally, Joseph's father was brought out to meet the Pharaoh. Because the Pharaoh had such a high regard for Joseph, practically making him his equal, [46] it was an honor to meet his father.

Thus, Israel was able to bless the Pharaoh. The two chatted for a bit, the Pharaoh even inquiring of Israel's age which happened to be years old at that time.

After the meeting, the families were directed to pasture in the land of Ramses where they lived in the province of Goshen.

The house of Israel acquired many possessions and multiplied exceedingly during the course of 17 years, even through the worst of the seven-year famine.

Israel Jacob was years old when he called to his favorite son Joseph and pleaded that he not be buried in Egypt. Rather, he requested to be carried to the land of Canaan to be buried with his forefathers.

Joseph swore to do as his father asked of him. Not too long afterward, Israel had fallen ill, losing much of his vision.

When Joseph came to visit his father, he brought with him his two sons, Ephraim and Manasseh.

Israel declared that they would be heirs to the inheritance of the house of Israel, as if they were his own children, just as Reuben and Simeon were.

Then Israel laid his right hand on the younger Ephraim's head and his left hand on the eldest Manasseh's head and blessed Joseph.

However, Joseph was displeased that his father's right hand was not on the head of his firstborn, so he switched his father's hands.

Then Israel called all of his sons in and prophesied their blessings or curses to all twelve of them in order of their ages.

Afterward, Israel died and the family, including the Egyptians, mourned him 70 days. Israel was embalmed and a great ceremonial journey to Canaan was prepared by Joseph.

He led the servants of Pharaoh, and the elders of the houses Israel and Egypt beyond the Jordan River to Atad where they observed seven days of mourning.

Then they buried him in the cave of Machpelah , the property of Abraham when he bought it from the Hittites. Jacob, through his two wives and his two concubines had 12 biological sons; Reuben Genesis , Simeon Genesis , Levi Genesis , Judah Genesis , Dan Genesis , Naphtali Genesis , Gad Genesis , Asher Genesis , Issachar Genesis , Zebulun Genesis , Joseph Genesis and Benjamin Genesis and at least one daughter, Dinah if there were other daughters, they are not mentioned in the Genesis story Genesis In addition, Jacob also adopted the two sons of Joseph, Manasseh and Ephraim.

The offspring of Jacob's sons became the tribes of Israel following the Exodus , when the Israelites conquered and settled in the Land of Israel.

There are two opinions in the Midrash as to how old Rebekah was at the time of her marriage and, consequently, at the twins' birth.

According to the traditional counting cited by Rashi , Isaac was 37 years old at the time of the Binding of Isaac , and news of Rebekah's birth reached Abraham immediately after that event.

According to the second opinion, Rebekah was 14 years old at the time of their marriage, and 34 years old at the birth of Jacob and Essau.

The Midrash says that during Rebekah's pregnancy whenever she would pass a house of Torah study, Jacob would struggle to come out; whenever she would pass a house of idolatry , Esau would agitate to come out.

Rashi explained that Isaac, when blessing Jacob instead of Esau, smelled the heavenly scent of Gan Eden Paradise when Jacob entered his room and, in contrast, perceived Gehenna opening beneath Esau when the latter entered the room, showing him that he had been deceived all along by Esau's show of piety.

When Laban planned to deceive Jacob into marrying Leah instead of Rachel, the Midrash recounts that both Jacob and Rachel suspected that Laban would pull such a trick; Laban was known as the "Aramean" deceiver , and changed Jacob's wages ten times during his employ Genesis The couple therefore devised a series of signs by which Jacob could identify the veiled bride on his wedding night.

But when Rachel saw her sister being taken out to the wedding canopy, her heart went out to her for the public shame Leah would suffer if she were exposed.

Rachel therefore gave Leah the signs so that Jacob would not realize the switch. Jacob had still another reason for grieving the loss of Joseph.

God had promised to him: "If none of your sons dies during your lifetime, you may look upon it as a token that you will not be put in Hell of Gehenna after your death.

Jewish apocalyptic literature of the Hellenistic period includes many ancient texts with narratives about Jacob, many times with details different from Genesis.

The more important are the book of Jubilees and the Book of Biblical Antiquities. Jacob is also the protagonist of the Testament of Jacob , of the Ladder of Jacob and of the Prayer of Joseph , which interpret the experience of this Patriarch in the context of merkabah mysticism.

The Eastern Orthodox Church and those Eastern Catholic Churches which follow the Byzantine Rite see Jacob's dream as a prophecy of the Incarnation of the Logos , whereby Jacob's ladder is understood as a symbol of the Theotokos Virgin Mary , who, according to Orthodox theology , united heaven and earth in her womb.

The biblical account of this vision Genesis —17 is one of the standard Old Testament readings at Vespers on Great Feasts of the Theotokos.

The Catholic church considers Jacob as a saint along with other biblical patriarchs. Jacob is referenced by name sixteen times in the Quran.

He is recognized in Islam as a prophet who received inspiration from God. He is acknowledged as a patriarch of Islam.

Jacob is mentioned 16 times in the Quran. According to the Quran, Jacob remained in the company of the elect throughout his life.

Of the life of Jacob, the Quran narrates two especially important events. The first is the role he plays in the story of his son Joseph.

The Quran narrates the story of Joseph in detail, and Jacob, being Joseph's father, is mentioned thrice and is referenced another 25 times.

As Jacob lay on his deathbed, he asked his 12 sons to testify their faith to him before he departed from this world to the next.

In contrast to the Judeo-Christian view of Jacob, one main difference is that the story of Jacob's blessing, in which he deceives Isaac , is not accepted in Islam.

The Quran makes it clear that Jacob was blessed by God as a prophet and, therefore, Muslims believe that his father, being a prophet as well, also knew of his son's greatness.

The Nation of Islam and the Five-Percent Nation — Black Muslim movements — teach that the original inhabitants of the world were black referred to as the "Asiatic Blackman" , while the white race are "devils" who were created 6, years ago on what is today the Greek island of Patmos by the Biblical and Qur'anic Jacob, whom the groups refer to as the "bigheaded scientist" Yakub.

According to Steven Feldman of the Center for Online Judaic Studies, most scholars would date the stories of the patriarchs to the period of the monarchy.

This is seen as evidence that the stories of Abraham , Joseph , Jacob, and Esau were written after this time. Nahum M.

Sarna indicates that an inability to precisely date the patriarchs, according to the present state of knowledge does not necessarily invalidate the historicity of the narratives.

William F. Albright maintained that the narratives contained accurate details of an earlier period. Scholars such as Thomas L.

Thompson view the patriarchical narratives, including the life of Jacob, as late 6th and 5th centuries BCE literary compositions that have ideological and theological purposes but are unreliable for historical reconstruction of the presettlement period of Israel's past.

Gerhard von Rad , in his Old Testament Theology , seems to take a middle view, explaining that the patriarch "saga" describes actual events subsequently interpreted by the community through its own experience.

Goldingay cites R. J Coggins' analogy of looking to Genesis for the history of ancient Canaan as similar to reading Hamlet in order to learn Danish history.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Regarded as a Patriarch of the Israelites, later given the name Israel.

This article is about the patriarch. For other uses, see Jacob disambiguation. Jacob Wrestling with the Angel , by Rembrandt.

Main article: Jacob and Esau. Main article: Jacob's Ladder. Main article: Jacob wrestling with the angel. Main article: Plot against Joseph.

See also: Joseph's brothers sent to Egypt. See also: Joseph's family reunited. Main article: Blessing of Jacob. See also: Israelites.

Russian Orthodox Icon of St. Jacob, 18th century Iconostasis of Kizhi monastery , Russia. Main article: Jacob in Islam.

Main article: Yakub Nation of Islam. Retrieved Because Jacob effectively adopted two of his grandsons by Joseph and Asenath , namely Ephraim and Manasseh , the two grandsons were often substituted for the Tribe of Joseph , yielding thirteen tribes, or twelve if Levi is set apart.

Strong's Concordance H Myers 31 December Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible. Amsterdam University Press.

Hamilton, The Book of Genesis, Chapters , p. The Chumash. Brooklyn, New York : Mesorah Publications, p. Re-examining the Patriarchal Lifespans in Light of Archaeology", p.

Jewish Encyclopedia. New York City. Journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society. Archived from the original on August 14, Retrieved June 27, The uses of enigma in biblical religion pp.

Sacred Enigmas. Literary Religion in the Hebrew Bible. London: Routledge. XI, p. Is there evidence of Mr.

The Final Call Nation of Islam. Retrieved September 15, Retrieved 2 August Retrieved 30 January Wiseman, eds. Eerdmans Publishing, , pp.

Old Testament Theology , vol. Prophets in the Hebrew Bible. Israelite prophets in the Torah. Mentioned in the Former Prophets.

Italics indicate persons whose status as prophets is not universally accepted. Prophets in the Quran. Idris Enoch?

Nuh Noah. Hud Eber? Saleh Salah? Ibrahim Abraham. Lut Lot. Ismail Ishmael. Yaqub Jacob. Yusuf Joseph. Ayyub Job.

Shuayb Jethro? Musa Moses. Harun Aaron. Dhul-Kifl Ezekiel? Daud David. Ilyas Elijah. Al-Yasa Elisha. Yunus Jonah.

Zakaria Zechariah. Yahya John. Isa Jesus. Muhammad Muhammad. Note: Muslims believe that there were many prophets sent by God to mankind.

The Islamic prophets above are only the ones mentioned by name in the Quran. Adam to David according to the Bible. Names in italics only appear in the Greek Septuagint version.

People and things in the Quran. Note: The names are sorted alphabetically. Saints of the Catholic Church. Gabriel Michael Raphael.

Matthew Mark Luke John. Catholic Church portal Saints portal. Children of Jacob by mother in order of birth. Joseph 12 Benjamin Dan 5 Naphtali 6.

Gad 7 Asher 8. Namespaces Article Talk. Jakob wurde dabei so schwer an der Hüfte verletzt, dass er fortan hinkte. Am nächsten Tag begegneten sich die beiden Brüder.

Esau war Jakob gegenüber, anders als befürchtet, freundlich gestimmt. Zwölf Stämme Israels. Die Söhne Rahels waren: Josef und Benjamin.

Das waren die Söhne Jakobs, die ihm in Paddan-Aram geboren wurden. Etwas später stirbt auch sein Vater Isaak, den er gemeinsam mit seinem Bruder Esau begräbt.

Jakob wohnt nun im Land Kanaan. Seinen Sohn Josef bevorzugt und beschenkt er, worüber dessen Brüder sehr verärgert sind.

Bei einer günstigen Gelegenheit wollen sie ihn zuerst töten, verkaufen ihn dann jedoch an midianitische Kaufleute.

Ihrem Vater schicken sie Josefs bunten Mantel, den er von ihm bekommen hatte, in Ziegenblut getränkt.

Jakob, der meint, sein Sohn sei von einem wilden Tier getötet worden, trauert lange um ihn. Etwa 22 Jahre später kommt Jakob wieder mit seinem Sohn Josef zusammen — der mittlerweile der zweithöchste Mann in Ägypten ist —, weil im ganzen Land eine siebenjährige Hungersnot ausgebrochen ist.

Josef lässt seine ganze Verwandtschaft nach Ägypten umziehen, wo er ihnen den besten Landesteil Goschen schenkt. Efraim und Manasse sollen mir soviel gelten wie Ruben und Simeon.

Die Nachkommen aber, die du erst nach ihnen gezeugt hast, sollen dir gehören; nach dem Namen ihrer Brüder soll man sie in ihrem Erbteil benennen.

Als Jakob Israel die beiden segnet, gibt er Efraim, dem Jüngeren, den Segen des Erstgeborenen und Manasse, dem Älteren, den Segen des Zweitgeborenen; obwohl Josef dagegen protestiert und versucht, seinen Vater zu einem Segen entsprechend der Reihenfolge der Geburten zu bewegen, beharrt dieser auf der von ihm gewählten Reihenfolge.

So setzte Israel Efraim vor Manasse. Unmittelbar vor seinem Tod ruft Jakob Israel seine zwölf leiblichen Söhne zusammen und beauftragt sie, ihn in der Höhle auf dem Grundstück des Hethiters Efron zu begraben, auf dem Grundstück von Machpela bei Mamre in Kanaan.

Das Grundstück hatte Abraham von Efron als eigene Grabstätte gekauft. Auf Bitten von Josef wird der Leichnam seines Vaters einbalsamiert.

Die Ärzte benötigen dafür vierzig Tage, und die Ägypter beweinen ihn siebzig Tage lang:. Und so zog Josef hinauf.

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