Seeing that she is unable to conceive, Rachel offers her handmaid Bilhah to Jacob, and names and raises the two sons (Dan and Naphtali) that Bilhah bears.
Leah responds by offering her handmaid Zilpah to Jacob, and names and raises the two sons (Gad and Asher) that Zilpah bears.
On the wedding night, however, Laban switches Leah for Rachel.
Leah becomes Jacob's wife through a deception on the part of her father, Laban.In the Biblical account, Jacob is dispatched to the hometown of Laban—the brother of his mother Rebekah—to avoid being killed by his brother Esau, and to find a wife.Mūziku producējuši : Silins Beats, Arze Kareem un Pēteris Upelnieks, kurš arī pielicis savu roku un balsi pie vairākām albuma kompozīcijām.. Piedalās : Jeekaa, Edžons, Lauris Ludīts, Mazais Zaļais un Pēteris Upelnieks.Nav — seleksiya natijasida yaratilgan, muayyan morfologik, fiziologik va xoʻjalik belgi hamda xususiyatlari turgʻun va nasldan oʻtib boradigan, bir turga mansub oʻsimliklar majmui; madaniy oʻsimliklar uchun eng kichik tasnif birligi. muassasalarida oʻsimliklar seleksiyasining turli ilmiy usullarini qoʻllab olinadi. ichida biologik barqarorlik (oʻsimliklarning bir tipda boʻlishi) yuzaga keltiriladi. oʻzidan changlanish yoʻli bilan (gomozigot liniya, q. oʻz sifatlarini bir kancha avlodlar davomida saklab boradi. jarayonida irsiy oʻzgaruvchanlik tufayli salbiy mutatsiyalar paydo boʻlishi, mexanik va biol.Leah was the daughter of Laban and the older sister of Rachel, whom Jacob also married.
The commentary of Rashi cites a Rabbinic interpretation of how Leah's eyes became weak.Update Star includes support for many languages such as English, German, French, Italian, Hungarian, Russian and many more.You can choose your language settings from within the program.According to this story, Leah was destined to marry Jacob's older twin brother, Esau.In the Rabbinic mind, the two brothers are polar opposites; Jacob being a God-fearing scholar and Esau being a hunter who also indulges in murder, idolatry, and adultery.Leah is the mother of six of Jacob's sons, including his first four (Reuben, Simeon, Levi, and Judah), and later two more (Issachar and Zebulun), and a daughter (Dinah).