Take your bow and arrows, go out into the country, and kill an animal for me.
Cook me some of that tasty food that I like, and bring it to me. After I have eaten it, I will give you my final blessing before I die."
While Isaac was talking to Esau, Rebecca was listening. So when Esau went out to hunt,
she said to Jacob, "I have just heard your father say to Esau,
"Bring me an animal and cook it for me. After I have eaten it, I will give you my blessing in the presence of the Lord before I die.'
Now, son," Rebecca continued, "listen to me and do what I say.
Go to the flock and pick out two fat young goats, so that I can cook them and make some of that food your father likes so much.
You can take it to him to eat, and he will give you his blessing before he dies."
But Jacob said to his mother, "You know that Esau is a hairy man, but I have smooth skin.
Perhaps my father will touch me and find out that I am deceiving him; in this way, I will bring a curse on myself instead of a blessing."
His mother answered, "Let any curse against you fall on me, my son; just do as I say, and go and get the goats for me."