Genesis 35:28

ESV Now the days of Isaac were 180 years.
NIV Isaac lived a hundred and eighty years.
NASB Now the days of Isaac were 180 years.
CSB Isaac lived 180 years.
NLT Isaac lived for 180 years.
KJV And the days of Isaac were an hundred and fourscore years.

What does Genesis 35:28 mean?

Isaac lives a good, long life, reaching 180 years of age. His father Abraham had also reached a considerable number of years (Genesis 25:7). Their lifespans serve as evidence of God's blessing, a part of His covenant promise to bless them (Genesis 17:1–8; 26:3–5). That covenant blessing was not entirely fulfilled in their lifetimes, but they both lived to see it partly completed, and carried on to the next generation (Hebrews 11:13–16).

No report is given of Rebekah's death. She was Jacob's mother, and was last depicted in Genesis when he fled from his murderous brother (Genesis 27:42–45). The general assumption is that Rebekah died before Jacob and his family returned to the land of Canaan.
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