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    1. Hi Rachel. Thanks for taking the time to read the post and sharing your thoughts. It is true. Rachel was so much more than a jealous and discontented woman. She was also a woman of faith and prayer and so many other things. I appreciate the perspective you have presented although I find it challenging to support from the Bible itself. Thanks again for sharing in the discussion. Blessings.

  1. This was an interesting read. I found myself feeling sorry for both Rachel and Leah at one point. To live in a home filled with such animosity, is hard to imagine. One sister had the love of their husband while the other could only provide their home with children. And poor Jacob too, a part of him most have felt discontented, he couldn’t do anything about how Rachel felt and he didn’t love Leah the way he loved Rachel.

    It was interesting to have a glimpse into Rachel’s life and to see how her wants and needs shaped her and her faith.

    1. I’m am so happy you found Rachel and Leah’s story interesting. Life really does shape our faith and we can control how we allow it to do that. Thanks for stopping by 🙂

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