While he was still speaking with them, Rachel came with her father's sheep, because she took care of them.
When Ya'akov saw Rachel the daughter of Lavan his mother's brother, and the sheep of Lavan his mother's brother, Ya'akov went up and rolled the stone away from the opening of the well and watered the flock of Lavan his mother's brother.
Ya'akov kissed Rachel and wept aloud.
Ya'akov told Rachel that he was her father's relative, and that he was Rivkah's son; and she ran and told her father.
When Lavan heard the news of Ya'akov his sister's son, he ran to meet him, hugged him and kissed him, and brought him to his house. Ya'akov told Lavan all that had happened.
Lavan said to him, "You are indeed my own flesh and blood." After Ya'akov had stayed with him for a whole month,
Lavan said to him, "Why should you work for me for nothing, just because you are my relative? Tell me how much I should pay you."
Now Lavan had two daughters; the name of the older was Le'ah, and the name of the younger was Rachel.
Le'ah's eyes were weak; but Rachel was good-looking, with beautiful features.
Ya'akov had fallen in love with Rachel and said, "I will work for you seven years in exchange for Rachel your younger daughter."
Lavan answered, "Better that I give her to you than to someone else; stay with me."