Gen 17:19

(NIV)
Then God said, ‘Yes, but your wife Sarah will bear you a son, and you will call him Isaac. I will establish my covenant with him as an everlasting covenant for his descendants after him.
(ESV)
God said, “No, but Sarah your wife shall bear you a son, and you shall call his name Isaac. I will establish my covenant with him as an everlasting covenant for his offspring after him.

Gen 17:21

(NIV)
But my covenant I will establish with Isaac, whom Sarah will bear to you by this time next year.’
(ESV)
But I will establish my covenant with Isaac, whom Sarah shall bear to you at this time next year.”

Gen 21:3

(NIV)
Abraham gave the name Isaac to the son Sarah bore him.
(ESV)
Abraham called the name of his son who was born to him, whom Sarah bore him, Isaac.

Gen 21:4

(NIV)
When his son Isaac was eight days old, Abraham circumcised him, as God commanded him.
(ESV)
And Abraham circumcised his son Isaac when he was eight days old, as God had commanded him.

Gen 21:5

(NIV)
Abraham was a hundred years old when his son Isaac was born to him.

(ESV)
Abraham was a hundred years old when his son Isaac was born to him.

Gen 21:8

(NIV)
The child grew and was weaned, and on the day Isaac was weaned Abraham held a great feast.
(ESV)
And the child grew and was weaned. And Abraham made a great feast on the day that Isaac was weaned.

Gen 21:10

(NIV)
and she said to Abraham, ‘Get rid of that slave woman and her son, for that woman’s son will never share in the inheritance with my son Isaac.’

(ESV)
So she said to Abraham, “Cast out this slave woman with her son, for the son of this slave woman shall not be heir with my son Isaac.”

Gen 21:12

(NIV)
But God said to him, ‘Do not be so distressed about the boy and your slave woman. Listen to whatever Sarah tells you, because it is through Isaac that your offspring will be reckoned.
(ESV)
But God said to Abraham, “Be not displeased because of the boy and because of your slave woman. Whatever Sarah says to you, do as she tells you, for through Isaac shall your offspring be named.

Gen 22:2

(NIV)
Then God said, ‘Take your son, your only son, whom you love – Isaac – and go to the region of Moriah. Sacrifice him there as a burnt offering on a mountain that I will show you.’

(ESV)
He said, “Take your son, your only son Isaac, whom you love, and go to the land of Moriah, and offer him there as a burnt offering on one of the mountains of which I shall tell you.”

Gen 22:3

(NIV)
Early the next morning Abraham got up and loaded his donkey. He took with him two of his servants and his son Isaac. When he had cut enough wood for the burnt offering, he set out for the place God had told him about.
(ESV)
So Abraham rose early in the morning, saddled his donkey, and took two of his young men with him, and his son Isaac. And he cut the wood for the burnt offering and arose and went to the place of which God had told him.

Gen 22:6

(NIV)
Abraham took the wood for the burnt offering and placed it on his son Isaac, and he himself carried the fire and the knife. As the two of them went on together,
(ESV)
And Abraham took the wood of the burnt offering and laid it on Isaac his son. And he took in his hand the fire and the knife. So they went both of them together.

Gen 22:7

(NIV)
Isaac spoke up and said to his father Abraham, ‘Father?’

‘Yes, my son?’ Abraham replied.

‘The fire and wood are here,’ Isaac said, ‘but where is the lamb for the burnt offering?’

(ESV)
And Isaac said to his father Abraham, “My father!” And he said, “Here I am, my son.” He said, “Behold, the fire and the wood, but where is the lamb for a burnt offering?”

Gen 22:9

(NIV)
When they reached the place God had told him about, Abraham built an altar there and arranged the wood on it. He bound his son Isaac and laid him on the altar, on top of the wood.
(ESV)
When they came to the place of which God had told him, Abraham built the altar there and laid the wood in order and bound Isaac his son and laid him on the altar, on top of the wood.

Gen 24:4

(NIV)
but will go to my country and my own relatives and get a wife for my son Isaac.’

(ESV)
but will go to my country and to my kindred, and take a wife for my son Isaac.”

Gen 24:14

(NIV)
May it be that when I say to a young woman, “Please let down your jar that I may have a drink,” and she says, “Drink, and I’ll water your camels too” – let her be the one you have chosen for your servant Isaac. By this I will know that you have shown kindness to my master.’

(ESV)
Let the young woman to whom I shall say, ‘Please let down your jar that I may drink,’ and who shall say, ‘Drink, and I will water your camels’—let her be the one whom you have appointed for your servant Isaac. By this I shall know that you have shown steadfast love to my master.”

Gen 24:62

(NIV)
Now Isaac had come from Beer Lahai Roi, for he was living in the Negev.
(ESV)
Now Isaac had returned from Beer-lahai-roi and was dwelling in the Negeb.

Gen 24:63

(NIV)
He went out to the field one evening to meditate, and as he looked up, he saw camels approaching.
(ESV)
And Isaac went out to meditate in the field toward evening. And he lifted up his eyes and saw, and behold, there were camels coming.

Gen 24:64

(NIV)
Rebekah also looked up and saw Isaac. She got down from her camel
(ESV)
And Rebekah lifted up her eyes, and when she saw Isaac, she dismounted from the camel

Gen 24:66

(NIV)
Then the servant told Isaac all he had done.
(ESV)
And the servant told Isaac all the things that he had done.

Gen 24:67

(NIV)
Isaac brought her into the tent of his mother Sarah, and he married Rebekah. So she became his wife, and he loved her; and Isaac was comforted after his mother’s death.

(ESV)
Then Isaac brought her into the tent of Sarah his mother and took Rebekah, and she became his wife, and he loved her. So Isaac was comforted after his mother’s death.

Gen 25:5

(NIV)
Abraham left everything he owned to Isaac.
(ESV)
Abraham gave all he had to Isaac.

Gen 25:6

(NIV)
But while he was still living, he gave gifts to the sons of his concubines and sent them away from his son Isaac to the land of the east.

(ESV)
But to the sons of his concubines Abraham gave gifts, and while he was still living he sent them away from his son Isaac, eastward to the east country.

Gen 25:9

(NIV)
His sons Isaac and Ishmael buried him in the cave of Machpelah near Mamre, in the field of Ephron son of Zohar the Hittite,
(ESV)
Isaac and Ishmael his sons buried him in the cave of Machpelah, in the field of Ephron the son of Zohar the Hittite, east of Mamre,

Gen 25:11

(NIV)
After Abraham’s death, God blessed his son Isaac, who then lived near Beer Lahai Roi.

(ESV)
After the death of Abraham, God blessed Isaac his son. And Isaac settled at Beer-lahai-roi.

Gen 25:19

(NIV)
This is the account of the family line of Abraham’s son Isaac.

Abraham became the father of Isaac,
(ESV)
These are the generations of Isaac, Abraham’s son: Abraham fathered Isaac,

Gen 25:20

(NIV)
and Isaac was forty years old when he married Rebekah daughter of Bethuel the Aramean from Paddan Aram and sister of Laban the Aramean.

(ESV)
and Isaac was forty years old when he took Rebekah, the daughter of Bethuel the Aramean of Paddan-aram, the sister of Laban the Aramean, to be his wife.

Gen 25:21

(NIV)
Isaac prayed to the  Lord on behalf of his wife, because she was childless. The  Lord answered his prayer, and his wife Rebekah became pregnant.
(ESV)
And Isaac prayed to the  Lord for his wife, because she was barren. And the  Lord granted his prayer, and Rebekah his wife conceived.

Gen 25:26

(NIV)
After this, his brother came out, with his hand grasping Esau’s heel; so he was named Jacob. Isaac was sixty years old when Rebekah gave birth to them.

(ESV)
Afterward his brother came out with his hand holding Esau’s heel, so his name was called Jacob. Isaac was sixty years old when she bore them.

Gen 25:28

(NIV)
Isaac, who had a taste for wild game, loved Esau, but Rebekah loved Jacob.

(ESV)
Isaac loved Esau because he ate of his game, but Rebekah loved Jacob.

Gen 26:1

(NIV)
Now there was a famine in the land – besides the previous famine in Abraham’s time – and Isaac went to Abimelek king of the Philistines in Gerar.
(ESV)
Now there was a famine in the land, besides the former famine that was in the days of Abraham. And Isaac went to Gerar to Abimelech king of the Philistines.

Gen 26:6

(NIV)
So Isaac stayed in Gerar.

(ESV)
So Isaac settled in Gerar.

Gen 26:8

(NIV)
When Isaac had been there a long time, Abimelek king of the Philistines looked down from a window and saw Isaac caressing his wife Rebekah.
(ESV)
When he had been there a long time, Abimelech king of the Philistines looked out of a window and saw Isaac laughing with Rebekah his wife.

Gen 26:9

(NIV)
So Abimelek summoned Isaac and said, ‘She is really your wife! Why did you say, “She is my sister”?’

Isaac answered him, ‘Because I thought I might lose my life on account of her.’

(ESV)
So Abimelech called Isaac and said, “Behold, she is your wife. How then could you say, ‘She is my sister’?” Isaac said to him, “Because I thought, ‘Lest I die because of her.’”

Gen 26:12

(NIV)
Isaac planted crops in that land and the same year reaped a hundredfold, because the  Lord blessed him.
(ESV)
And Isaac sowed in that land and reaped in the same year a hundredfold. The  Lord blessed him,

Gen 26:16

(NIV)
Then Abimelek said to Isaac, ‘Move away from us; you have become too powerful for us.’

(ESV)
And Abimelech said to Isaac, “Go away from us, for you are much mightier than we.”

Gen 26:17

(NIV)
So Isaac moved away from there and camped in the Valley of Gerar, where he settled.
(ESV)
So Isaac departed from there and encamped in the Valley of Gerar and settled there.

Gen 26:18

(NIV)
Isaac reopened the wells that had been dug in the time of his father Abraham, which the Philistines had stopped up after Abraham died, and he gave them the same names his father had given them.

(ESV)
And Isaac dug again the wells of water that had been dug in the days of Abraham his father, which the Philistines had stopped after the death of Abraham. And he gave them the names that his father had given them.

Gen 26:19

(NIV)
Isaac’s servants dug in the valley and discovered a well of fresh water there.
(ESV)
But when Isaac’s servants dug in the valley and found there a well of spring water,

Gen 26:20

(NIV)
But the herdsmen of Gerar quarrelled with those of Isaac and said, ‘The water is ours!’ So he named the well Esek, because they disputed with him.
(ESV)
the herdsmen of Gerar quarreled with Isaac’s herdsmen, saying, “The water is ours.” So he called the name of the well Esek, because they contended with him.

Gen 26:25

(NIV)
Isaac built an altar there and called on the name of the  Lord. There he pitched his tent, and there his servants dug a well.

(ESV)
So he built an altar there and called upon the name of the  Lord and pitched his tent there. And there Isaac’s servants dug a well.

Gen 26:27

(NIV)
Isaac asked them, ‘Why have you come to me, since you were hostile to me and sent me away?’

(ESV)
Isaac said to them, “Why have you come to me, seeing that you hate me and have sent me away from you?”

Gen 26:31

(NIV)
Early the next morning the men swore an oath to each other. Then Isaac sent them on their way, and they went away peacefully.

(ESV)
In the morning they rose early and exchanged oaths. And Isaac sent them on their way, and they departed from him in peace.

Gen 26:32

(NIV)
That day Isaac’s servants came and told him about the well they had dug. They said, ‘We’ve found water!’
(ESV)
That same day Isaac’s servants came and told him about the well that they had dug and said to him, “We have found water.”

Gen 26:35

(NIV)
They were a source of grief to Isaac and Rebekah.

(ESV)
and they made life bitter for Isaac and Rebekah.

Gen 27:1

(NIV)
When Isaac was old and his eyes were so weak that he could no longer see, he called for his elder son Esau and said to him, ‘My son.’

‘Here I am,’ he answered.

(ESV)
When Isaac was old and his eyes were dim so that he could not see, he called Esau his older son and said to him, “My son”; and he answered, “Here I am.”

Gen 27:5

(NIV)
Now Rebekah was listening as Isaac spoke to his son Esau. When Esau left for the open country to hunt game and bring it back,
(ESV)
Now Rebekah was listening when Isaac spoke to his son Esau. So when Esau went to the field to hunt for game and bring it,

Gen 27:20

(NIV)
Isaac asked his son, ‘How did you find it so quickly, my son?’

‘The  Lord your God gave me success,’ he replied.

(ESV)
But Isaac said to his son, “How is it that you have found it so quickly, my son?” He answered, “Because the  Lord your God granted me success.”

Gen 27:21

(NIV)
Then Isaac said to Jacob, ‘Come near so I can touch you, my son, to know whether you really are my son Esau or not.’

(ESV)
Then Isaac said to Jacob, “Please come near, that I may feel you, my son, to know whether you are really my son Esau or not.”

Gen 27:22

(NIV)
Jacob went close to his father Isaac, who touched him and said, ‘The voice is the voice of Jacob, but the hands are the hands of Esau.’
(ESV)
So Jacob went near to Isaac his father, who felt him and said, “The voice is Jacob’s voice, but the hands are the hands of Esau.”

Gen 27:26

(NIV)
Then his father Isaac said to him, ‘Come here, my son, and kiss me.’

(ESV)
Then his father Isaac said to him, “Come near and kiss me, my son.”

Gen 27:30

(NIV)
After Isaac finished blessing him, and Jacob had scarcely left his father’s presence, his brother Esau came in from hunting.
(ESV)
As soon as Isaac had finished blessing Jacob, when Jacob had scarcely gone out from the presence of Isaac his father, Esau his brother came in from his hunting.

Gen 27:32

(NIV)
His father Isaac asked him, ‘Who are you?’

‘I am your son,’ he answered, ‘your firstborn, Esau.’

(ESV)
His father Isaac said to him, “Who are you?” He answered, “I am your son, your firstborn, Esau.”

Gen 27:33

(NIV)
Isaac trembled violently and said, ‘Who was it, then, that hunted game and brought it to me? I ate it just before you came and I blessed him – and indeed he will be blessed!’

(ESV)
Then Isaac trembled very violently and said, “Who was it then that hunted game and brought it to me, and I ate it all before you came, and I have blessed him? Yes, and he shall be blessed.”

Gen 27:37

(NIV)
Isaac answered Esau, ‘I have made him lord over you and have made all his relatives his servants, and I have sustained him with grain and new wine. So what can I possibly do for you, my son?’

(ESV)
Isaac answered and said to Esau, “Behold I have made him lord over you, and all his brothers I have given to him for servants, and with grain and wine I have sustained him. What then can I do for you, my son?”

Gen 27:39

(NIV)
His father Isaac answered him,

‘Your dwelling will be
away from the earth’s richness,
away from the dew of heaven above.
(ESV)
Then Isaac his father answered and said to him:

Behold, away from the fatness of the earth shall your dwelling be,
and away from the dew of heaven on high.

Gen 27:46

(NIV)
Then Rebekah said to Isaac, ‘I’m disgusted with living because of these Hittite women. If Jacob takes a wife from among the women of this land, from Hittite women like these, my life will not be worth living.’

(ESV)
Then Rebekah said to Isaac, “I loathe my life because of the Hittite women. If Jacob marries one of the Hittite women like these, one of the women of the land, what good will my life be to me?”

Gen 28:1

(NIV)
So Isaac called for Jacob and blessed him. Then he commanded him: ‘Do not marry a Canaanite woman.
(ESV)
Then Isaac called Jacob and blessed him and directed him, “You must not take a wife from the Canaanite women.

Gen 28:5

(NIV)
Then Isaac sent Jacob on his way, and he went to Paddan Aram, to Laban son of Bethuel the Aramean, the brother of Rebekah, who was the mother of Jacob and Esau.

(ESV)
Thus Isaac sent Jacob away. And he went to Paddan-aram, to Laban, the son of Bethuel the Aramean, the brother of Rebekah, Jacob’s and Esau’s mother.

Gen 28:6

(NIV)
Now Esau learned that Isaac had blessed Jacob and had sent him to Paddan Aram to take a wife from there, and that when he blessed him he commanded him, ‘Do not marry a Canaanite woman,’
(ESV)
Now Esau saw that Isaac had blessed Jacob and sent him away to Paddan-aram to take a wife from there, and that as he blessed him he directed him, “You must not take a wife from the Canaanite women,”

Gen 28:8

(NIV)
Esau then realised how displeasing the Canaanite women were to his father Isaac;
(ESV)
So when Esau saw that the Canaanite women did not please Isaac his father,
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