Laban responded and told Jacob, "The daughters are my daughters, the children are my children, and the flocks are my flocks. Everything you see is mine. But what can I do now about my daughters and about their sons?
Come, let's make a covenant, you and me, and let something be our witness."
So Jacob took a stone, set it up as a sacred pillar,
and said to his relatives, "Gather stones." So they took stones, made a mound, and ate there near the mound.
Laban called it Jegar-sahadutha, but Jacob called it Galeed.
Laban said, "This mound is our witness today," and, therefore, he too named it Galeed.
He also named it Mizpah, because he said, "The LORD will observe both of us when we are separated from each other.
If you treat my daughters badly and if you marry other women, though we aren't there, know that God observed our witness."
Laban said to Jacob, "Here is this mound and here is the sacred pillar that I've set up for us.
This mound and the sacred pillar are witnesses that I won't travel beyond this mound and that you won't travel beyond this mound and this pillar to do harm.
The God of Abraham and the God of Nahor will keep order between us." So Jacob gave his word in the name of the awesome one of his father Isaac.
Jacob offered a sacrifice on the mountain, and invited his relatives to a meal. They ate together and spent the night on the mountain.
Laban got up early in the morning, kissed his sons and daughters, blessed them, and left to go back to his own place.