"Now we will continue our story with Jacob," Mama Otter explained. "Jacob was on a journey and came to a well where he met a girl named Rachel."
Papa Otter continued, "Jacob fell in love with Rachel and asked her father for her hand in marriage. Her father agreed, but there was one catch. Jacob had to work for him for seven years to earn Rachel's hand in marriage."
Olivia listened intently as her parents told her about Jacob's labor and his love for Rachel. She learned how Jacob worked hard for seven years and how he was tricked by Rachel's father on his wedding day. Rachel's father told Jacob that he was allowed to marry one of his daughters but only his oldest and not Rachel.
"Finally, Rachel's father agreed to let Jacob marry her if he worked for him for another seven years." Explained Papa Otter."
"Wow that is a long time," exclaim Olivia. Mama Otter smiled and said. "That is a long time, It shows us that we have to work hard and have patience to get what we want."
"But in the end, Jacob and Rachel were finally married and they had many children together," Mama Otter said. "Their story shows us the importance of love and perseverance."
Papa Otter gave Olivia a hug and said, "We should always be willing to work hard for what we love and never give up, just like Jacob did for Rachel."
Lesson: Genesis chapter 29 reminds us that we should always be willing to work hard for what we love and never give up, just like Jacob did for Rachel. We should also never forget the importance of love and perseverance in our lives.