SEV Biblia, Chapter 24:4 Y a Isaac di a Jacob y a Esaś; y a Esaś di el monte de Seir, que lo poseyese; mas Jacob y sus hijos descendieron a Egipto.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 4. And I gave unto Isaac Jacob and Esau , etc.] When Rebekah was barren, so that the children appeared the more to be the gift of God; though Esau perhaps is mentioned, for the sake of what follows: and I gave unto Esau Mount Seir to possess it ; that Jacob and his posterity alone might inherit Canaan, and Esau and his seed make no pretension to it: but Jacob and his children went down into Egypt ; where they continued many years, and great part of the time in bondage and misery, which is here taken no notice of; and this was in order to their being brought into the land of Canaan, and that the power and goodness of God might be the more conspicuous in it.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-14 - We must never think our work for God done, till our life is done. If he lengthen out our days beyond what we expected, like those of Joshua, it is because he has some further service for us to do. He who aims at the same mind which was in Christ Jesus, will glory in bearing the las testimony to his Saviour's goodness, and in telling to all around, the obligations with which the unmerited goodness of God has bound him. The assembly came together in a solemn religious manner. Joshua spake to them in God's name, and as from him. His sermon consists of doctrin and application. The doctrinal part is a history of the great thing God had done for his people, and for their fathers before them. The application of this history of God's mercies to them, is an exhortatio to fear and serve God, in gratitude for his favour, and that it migh be continued.
Original Hebrew ואתן 5414 ליצחק 3327 את 853 יעקב 3290 ואת 853 עשׂו 6215 ואתן 5414 לעשׂו 6215 את 853 הר 2022 שׂעיר 8165 לרשׁת 3423 אותו 853 ויעקב 3290 ובניו 1121 ירדו 3381 מצרים׃ 4714