Internet Verse Search Commentaries Word Analysis ITL - draft

Genesis 29:31

Context
NETBible

When the Lord saw that Leah was unloved, 1  he enabled her to become pregnant 2  while Rachel remained childless.

XREF

Ge 16:1; Ge 20:18; Ge 21:1,2; Ge 25:21; Ge 27:41; Ge 29:30; Ge 30:1,2,22; Ex 3:7; De 21:15; Jud 13:2,3; 1Sa 1:5,20,27; 1Sa 2:21; Ps 127:3; Mal 1:3; Mt 6:24; Mt 10:37; Lu 1:7; Lu 14:26; Joh 12:25

NET © Notes

tn Heb “hated.” The rhetorical device of overstatement is used (note v. 30, which says simply that Jacob loved Rachel more than he did Leah) to emphasize that Rachel, as Jacob’s true love and the primary object of his affections, had an advantage over Leah.

tn Heb “he opened up her womb.”



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