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Meet Rachel, Favored Wife of Jacob and Mother of Joseph

Rachel in the Bible struggled because she thought she had to earn her husband's love. Learn what this ancient woman has to say to you today.

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from About.com Religion & Spirituality

Meet Rachel, Favored Wife of Jacob and Mother of Joseph

Rachel in the Bible struggled because she thought she had to earn her husband's love. Learn what this ancient woman has to say to you today.

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from About.com Religion & Spirituality

Meet Rachel, Favored Wife of Jacob and Mother of Joseph

Meet Rachel, Favored Wife of Jacob and Mother of Joseph: Jacob and Rachel Leaving the House of Laban by Charles-Joseph Natoire, 1732.

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Rachel And Leah: Three Lessons Leah Can Teach Us About Beauty and Body Image

Leah was not hot...Isn't that rude of God to say? This article will change the way you think about the Rachel and Leah story in the Bible.

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Day 11 of the Women In The Word: Old Testament reading plan from She Reads Truth | Rachel Join us at SheReadsTruth.com or on the SRT app!

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How to Read Through the Bible On Your Own and FREE Printable

How to Read Through the Bible On Your Own and FREE Printable - RachelWojo.com

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When God Leads | Bonita Rose. Bible journaling of the story of Leah & Rachel.

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Rachel as described in the Bible, is the favorite wife of Jacob, one of the three Biblical Patriarchs, and mother of Joseph and Benjamin. She was the daughter of Laban and the younger sister of Leah, Jacob's first wife. Jacob was her first cousin, and she was the youngest niece of Rebekah. Jacob had traveled a great distance to find Laban. Rebekah had sent him there to be safe from his furious twin brother, Esau.

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Trusting God Bible Reading Challenge Summary Week 4

Just about my favorite verse in the Bible: Proverbs 3:5

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What the Bible says about God and the infertile woman

Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel, Hannah, Elizabeth Just to name a few... There are many stories of women in the Bible who struggle with infertility and the pain of not having children. The Bible not only shares the stories of these "barren women" but also...

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