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But Laban, after one day's time, being acquainted with Jacob's and his daughters' departure, was much troubled, and pursued after them, leading a band of men with him; and on the seventh day overtook
if he despised their small number,
attacked them in a hostile manner, he would assist them. When Laban had
been thus forewarned by God, he called Jacob to him the next day, in order
to treat with him d the husband of my daughters, and was hospiably
treated by me, and didst eat at my table." When Laban had said this,
Jacob made his defense - That he was not the only person in whom God had
implante to clear
himself of having acted unjustly. To which he added his own complaint and
accusation of Laban; saying, "While I was thy sister's son, and thou
hadst given me thy daughters in marriage, thou those
marriages, they were worse, and such indeed as an enemy would have avoided."
For certainly Laban had used Jacob very ill; for when he saw that God was
assisting to Jacob in all that he desired,