Gen 29:6

(NIV)
Then Jacob asked them, ‘Is he well?’

‘Yes, he is,’ they said, ‘and here comes his daughter Rachel with the sheep.’

(ESV)
He said to them, “Is it well with him?” They said, “It is well; and see, Rachel his daughter is coming with the sheep!”

Gen 29:9

(NIV)
While he was still talking with them, Rachel came with her father’s sheep, for she was a shepherd.
(ESV)
While he was still speaking with them, Rachel came with her father’s sheep, for she was a shepherdess.

Gen 29:10

(NIV)
When Jacob saw Rachel daughter of his uncle Laban, and Laban’s sheep, he went over and rolled the stone away from the mouth of the well and watered his uncle’s sheep.
(ESV)
Now as soon as Jacob saw Rachel the daughter of Laban his mother’s brother, and the sheep of Laban his mother’s brother, Jacob came near and rolled the stone from the well’s mouth and watered the flock of Laban his mother’s brother.

Gen 29:11

(NIV)
Then Jacob kissed Rachel and began to weep aloud.
(ESV)
Then Jacob kissed Rachel and wept aloud.

Gen 29:12

(NIV)
He had told Rachel that he was a relative of her father and a son of Rebekah. So she ran and told her father.

(ESV)
And Jacob told Rachel that he was her father’s kinsman, and that he was Rebekah’s son, and she ran and told her father.

Gen 29:16

(NIV)
Now Laban had two daughters; the name of the elder one was Leah, and the name of the younger was Rachel.
(ESV)
Now Laban had two daughters. The name of the older was Leah, and the name of the younger was Rachel.

Gen 29:17

(NIV)
Leah had weak eyes, but Rachel had a lovely figure and was beautiful.
(ESV)
Leah’s eyes were weak but Rachel was beautiful in form and appearance.

Gen 29:18

(NIV)
Jacob was in love with Rachel and said, ‘I’ll work for you seven years in return for your younger daughter Rachel.’

(ESV)
Jacob loved Rachel. And he said “I will serve you seven years for your younger daughter Rachel.”

Gen 29:20

(NIV)
So Jacob served seven years to get Rachel, but they seemed like only a few days to him because of his love for her.

(ESV)
So Jacob served seven years for Rachel, and they seemed to him but a few days because of the love he had for her.

Gen 29:25

(NIV)
When morning came, there was Leah! So Jacob said to Laban, ‘What is this you have done to me? I served you for Rachel, didn’t I? Why have you deceived me?’

(ESV)
And in the morning, behold, it was Leah! And Jacob said to Laban, “What is this you have done to me? Did I not serve with you for Rachel? Why then have you deceived me?”

Gen 29:28

(NIV)
And Jacob did so. He finished the week with Leah, and then Laban gave him his daughter Rachel to be his wife.
(ESV)
Jacob did so, and completed her week. Then Laban gave him his daughter Rachel to be his wife.

Gen 29:29

(NIV)
Laban gave his servant Bilhah to his daughter Rachel as her attendant.
(ESV)
(Laban gave his female servant Bilhah to his daughter Rachel to be her servant.)

Gen 29:30

(NIV)
Jacob made love to Rachel also, and his love for Rachel was greater than his love for Leah. And he worked for Laban another seven years.

(ESV)
So Jacob went in to Rachel also, and he loved Rachel more than Leah, and served Laban for another seven years.

Gen 29:31

(NIV)
When the  Lord saw that Leah was not loved, he enabled her to conceive, but Rachel remained childless.
(ESV)
When the  Lord saw that Leah was hated, he opened her womb, but Rachel was barren.

Gen 30:1

(NIV)
When Rachel saw that she was not bearing Jacob any children, she became jealous of her sister. So she said to Jacob, ‘Give me children, or I’ll die!’

(ESV)
When Rachel saw that she bore Jacob no children, she envied her sister. She said to Jacob, “Give me children, or I shall die!”

Gen 30:2

(NIV)
Jacob became angry with her and said, ‘Am I in the place of God, who has kept you from having children?’

(ESV)
Jacob’s anger was kindled against Rachel, and he said, “Am I in the place of God who has withheld from you the fruit of the womb?”

Gen 30:6

(NIV)
Then Rachel said, ‘God has vindicated me; he has listened to my plea and given me a son.’ Because of this she named him Dan.

(ESV)
Then Rachel said, “God has judged me, and has also heard my voice and given me a son.” Therefore she called his name Dan.

Gen 30:7

(NIV)
Rachel’s servant Bilhah conceived again and bore Jacob a second son.
(ESV)
Rachel’s servant Bilhah conceived again and bore Jacob a second son.

Gen 30:8

(NIV)
Then Rachel said, ‘I have had a great struggle with my sister, and I have won.’ So she named him Naphtali.

(ESV)
Then Rachel said, “With mighty wrestlings I have wrestled with my sister and have prevailed.” So she called his name Naphtali.

Gen 30:14

(NIV)
During wheat harvest, Reuben went out into the fields and found some mandrake plants, which he brought to his mother Leah. Rachel said to Leah, ‘Please give me some of your son’s mandrakes.’

(ESV)
In the days of wheat harvest Reuben went and found mandrakes in the field and brought them to his mother Leah. Then Rachel said to Leah, “Please give me some of your son’s mandrakes.”

Gen 30:15

(NIV)
But she said to her, ‘Wasn’t it enough that you took away my husband? Will you take my son’s mandrakes too?’

‘Very well,’ Rachel said, ‘he can sleep with you tonight in return for your son’s mandrakes.’

(ESV)
But she said to her, “Is it a small matter that you have taken away my husband? Would you take away my son’s mandrakes also?” Rachel said, “Then he may lie with you tonight in exchange for your son’s mandrakes.”

Gen 30:22

(NIV)
Then God remembered Rachel; he listened to her and enabled her to conceive.
(ESV)
Then God remembered Rachel, and God listened to her and opened her womb.

Gen 30:25

(NIV)
After Rachel gave birth to Joseph, Jacob said to Laban, ‘Send me on my way so that I can go back to my own homeland.
(ESV)
As soon as Rachel had borne Joseph, Jacob said to Laban, “Send me away, that I may go to my own home and country.

Gen 31:4

(NIV)
So Jacob sent word to Rachel and Leah to come out to the fields where his flocks were.
(ESV)
So Jacob sent and called Rachel and Leah into the field where his flock was

Gen 31:14

(NIV)
Then Rachel and Leah replied, ‘Do we still have any share in the inheritance of our father’s estate?
(ESV)
Then Rachel and Leah answered and said to him, “Is there any portion or inheritance left to us in our father’s house?

Gen 31:19

(NIV)
When Laban had gone to shear his sheep, Rachel stole her father’s household gods.
(ESV)
Laban had gone to shear his sheep, and Rachel stole her father’s household gods.

Gen 31:32

(NIV)
But if you find anyone who has your gods, that person shall not live. In the presence of our relatives, see for yourself whether there is anything of yours here with me; and if so, take it.’ Now Jacob did not know that Rachel had stolen the gods.

(ESV)
Anyone with whom you find your gods shall not live. In the presence of our kinsmen point out what I have that is yours, and take it.” Now Jacob did not know that Rachel had stolen them.

Gen 31:33

(NIV)
So Laban went into Jacob’s tent and into Leah’s tent and into the tent of the two female servants, but he found nothing. After he came out of Leah’s tent, he entered Rachel’s tent.
(ESV)
So Laban went into Jacob’s tent and into Leah’s tent and into the tent of the two female servants, but he did not find them. And he went out of Leah’s tent and entered Rachel’s.

Gen 31:34

(NIV)
Now Rachel had taken the household gods and put them inside her camel’s saddle and was sitting on them. Laban searched through everything in the tent but found nothing.

(ESV)
Now Rachel had taken the household gods and put them in the camel’s saddle and sat on them. Laban felt all about the tent, but did not find them.

Gen 33:1

(NIV)
Jacob looked up and there was Esau, coming with his four hundred men; so he divided the children among Leah, Rachel and the two female servants.
(ESV)
And Jacob lifted up his eyes and looked, and behold, Esau was coming, and four hundred men with him. So he divided the children among Leah and Rachel and the two female servants.

Gen 33:2

(NIV)
He put the female servants and their children in front, Leah and her children next, and Rachel and Joseph in the rear.
(ESV)
And he put the servants with their children in front, then Leah with her children, and Rachel and Joseph last of all.

Gen 33:7

(NIV)
Next, Leah and her children came and bowed down. Last of all came Joseph and Rachel, and they too bowed down.

(ESV)
Leah likewise and her children drew near and bowed down. And last Joseph and Rachel drew near, and they bowed down.

Gen 35:16

(NIV)
Then they moved on from Bethel. While they were still some distance from Ephrath, Rachel began to give birth and had great difficulty.
(ESV)
Then they journeyed from Bethel. When they were still some distance from Ephrath, Rachel went into labor, and she had hard labor.

Gen 35:19

(NIV)
So Rachel died and was buried on the way to Ephrath (that is, Bethlehem).
(ESV)
So Rachel died, and she was buried on the way to Ephrath (that is, Bethlehem),

Gen 35:20

(NIV)
Over her tomb Jacob set up a pillar, and to this day that pillar marks Rachel’s tomb.

(ESV)
and Jacob set up a pillar over her tomb. It is the pillar of Rachel’s tomb, which is there to this day.

Gen 35:24

(NIV)
The sons of Rachel:
Joseph and Benjamin.
(ESV)
The sons of Rachel: Joseph and Benjamin.

Gen 35:25

(NIV)
The sons of Rachel’s servant Bilhah:
Dan and Naphtali.
(ESV)
The sons of Bilhah, Rachel’s servant: Dan and Naphtali.

Gen 46:19

(NIV)
The sons of Jacob’s wife Rachel:
Joseph and Benjamin.
(ESV)
The sons of Rachel, Jacob’s wife: Joseph and Benjamin.

Gen 46:22

(NIV)
These were the sons of Rachel who were born to Jacob – fourteen in all.
(ESV)
These are the sons of Rachel, who were born to Jacobfourteen persons in all.

Gen 46:25

(NIV)
These were the sons born to Jacob by Bilhah, whom Laban had given to his daughter Rachel – seven in all.
(ESV)
These are the sons of Bilhah whom Laban gave to Rachel his daughter, and these she bore to Jacobseven persons in all.

Gen 48:7

(NIV)
As I was returning from Paddan, to my sorrow Rachel died in the land of Canaan while we were still on the way, a little distance from Ephrath. So I buried her there beside the road to Ephrath’ (that is, Bethlehem).

(ESV)
As for me, when I came from Paddan, to my sorrow Rachel died in the land of Canaan on the way, when there was still some distance to go to Ephrath, and I buried her there on the way to Ephrath (that is, Bethlehem).”

Ruth 4:11

(NIV)
Then the elders and all the people at the gate said, ‘We are witnesses. May the  Lord make the woman who is coming into your home like Rachel and Leah, who together built up the family of Israel. May you have standing in Ephrathah and be famous in Bethlehem.
(ESV)
Then all the people who were at the gate and the elders said, “We are witnesses. May the  Lord make the woman, who is coming into your house, like Rachel and Leah, who together built up the house of Israel. May you act worthily in Ephrathah and be renowned in Bethlehem,

1Sam 10:2

(NIV)
When you leave me today, you will meet two men near Rachel’s tomb, at Zelzah on the border of Benjamin. They will say to you, “The donkeys you set out to look for have been found. And now your father has stopped thinking about them and is worried about you. He is asking, ‘What shall I do about my son?’”

(ESV)
When you depart from me today, you will meet two men by Rachel’s tomb in the territory of Benjamin at Zelzah, and they will say to you, ‘The donkeys that you went to seek are found, and now your father has ceased to care about the donkeys and is anxious about you, saying, “What shall I do about my son?”’

Jer 31:15

(NIV)
This is what the  Lord says:

‘A voice is heard in Ramah,
mourning and great weeping,
Rachel weeping for her children
and refusing to be comforted,
because they are no more.’
(ESV)
Thus says the  Lord:
“A voice is heard in Ramah,
lamentation and bitter weeping.
Rachel is weeping for her children;
she refuses to be comforted for her children,
because they are no more.”

Matt 2:18

(NIV)
‘A voice is heard in Ramah,
weeping and great mourning,
Rachel weeping for her children
and refusing to be comforted,
because they are no more.’
(ESV)
“A voice was heard in Ramah,
weeping and loud lamentation,
Rachel weeping for her children;
she refused to be comforted, because they are no more.”
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