How good is your stew? In the book of Genesis, chapter 25, Jacob made some really good stew. It was so good, his brother gave up his birthright for it.
The stew had to have been crazy good because it doesn’t make sense to give up your birthright for mediocre stew. I don’t care how hungry you are. Nobody should give up something as important as their birthright for one meal. Jacob knew how important Esau’s birthright was, so he took advantage of Esau’s weakness.
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