Esau Sells his Birthright by Hendrick ter Brugghen (c.1626) The Netherlands, Dutch, ( Caravaggists, Style of Caravaggio) ( The book of Genesis (25:29-34) we learn about the twin brothers of Isaac and Rebecca. Esau was the first-born followed by Jacob. In those ancient times, the birthright belonged to the first born child and thus the birthright belonged to Esau as well as his right to have the chief portion of the inheritance. But it was more than just a title to the physical assets of a family; it was also a spiritual position. However, Esau did not appreciate what he had as the tale u

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