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 27:32
 27:33
27:33 Isaac was seized with a violent fit of trembling. 'Who....where....is the one who trapped game and just served it to me? I ate it all before you came and I blessed him. The blessing will remain his'.
Vayecherad Yitschak charadah gdolah ad-me'od vayomer mi-efo hu hatsad-tsa'id vayave li va'ochal mikol beterem tavo va'avarachehu gam-baruch yihyeh.



Commentary:

The blessing will remain his
  Literally, 'He will also be blessed.' Isaac realized that since the blessing had been granted with divine inspiration, it was valid, and Jacob was the one chosen by God (Bereshith Rabbah 67; Sforno).





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