Flashcards in Dig Site 11 Deck (19):
Who were Jacob and Esau's Grandparents?
Abraham and Sarah.
How did the Lord answer Isaac's prayer?
Rebekah became pregnant with two babies.
Why did Rebekah inquire of the Lord?
The babies jostled each other within her.
How does the Bible describe Esau?
Esau was the firstborn, Esau became a skillful hunter, and Isaac loved Esau the most.
What was unusual about the way Jacob was born?
He came out grasping Esau's heel.
How does the Bible describe Jacob?
Jacob was the youngest, Jacob was content to stay at home among the tents, and Rebekah loved Jacob the most.
What food did Isaac like that Esau could hunt in the open country?
What was Jacob doing when Esau came in from the open country?
He was cooking some stew.
What did Esau have to sell in order to get some stew?
How did Esau give Jacob his birthright?
He swore an oath.
When did Jacob finally give Esau some stew and bread?
Only after Esau swore the oath.
To whom did Abraham leave everything when he died?
What happened when Abraham died?
He was buried with Sarah, Ishmael and Isaac buried him, Isaac was blessed by God
Why did Isaac pray to the Lord on behalf of his wife?
Rebekah was childless.
How many years had Isaac and Rebekah been married when she had twin boys?
What did the Lord say about the two nations in Rebekah's womb?
The older would serve the younger
How were Esau and Jacob different from each other?
Esau was a man of the open country; Jacob was content to stay at home among the tents.
Why did Esau sell his birthright to Jacob?
He was hungry, and he thought he was about to die.