SEV Biblia, Chapter 28:4 y te dé la bendición de Abraham, y a tu simiente contigo, para que heredes la tierra de tus peregrinaciones, que Dios dio a Abraham.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Genesis 28:4 Verse 4. Give thee the blessing of Abraham] May he confirm the inheritance with all its attendant blessings to thee, to the exclusion of Esau; as he did to me, to the exclusion of Ishmael. But, according to St. Paul, much more than this is certainly intended here, for it appears, from Gal. iii. 6-14, that the blessing of Abraham, which is to come upon the Gentiles through Jesus Christ, comprises the whole doctrine of justification by faith, and its attendant privileges, viz., redemption from the curse of the law, remission of sins, and the promise of the Holy Spirit, including the constitution and establishment of the Christian Church.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-5 - Jacob had blessings promised both as to this world and that which is to come; yet goes out to a hard service. This corrected him for the frau on his father. The blessing shall be conferred on him, yet he shal smart for the indirect course taken to obtain it. Jacob is dismissed by his father with a solemn charge. He must not take a wife of the daughters of Canaan: those who profess religion, should not marry with those that care not for religion. Also with a solemn blessing. Isaa had before blessed him unwittingly; now he does it designedly. Thi blessing is more full than the former; it is a gospel blessing. Thi promise looks as high as heaven, of which Canaan was a type. That wa the better country which Jacob and the other patriarchs had in view.
Original Hebrew ויתן 5414 לך את 853 ברכת 1293 אברהם 85 לך ולזרעך 2233 אתך 854 לרשׁתך 3423 את 853 ארץ 776 מגריך 4033 אשׁר 834 נתן 5414 אלהים 430 לאברהם׃ 85