Abram does as God commands, but is stopped right before the sacrifice. His son, Isaac will likely need a lot of therapy and have some serious daddy issues, but he lives. He becomes a father himself of two twin boys: Esau and Jacob. Esau is so eager to be the oldest and hence be given his father’s blessing over Jacob, that he pushes Jacob out of the way to exit his mother’s womb first. When Jacob is old enough to realize this he begins crafting a way to get his brother’s blessing. He comes up with this: wait for Esau to be seriously hungry, cook up something good, and then tell him he can only have it if he gives him his birthright. What should Esau do?