Painting of an old woman reading the Bible by a fireplace
The daily lectionary includes Genesis 31:17-32:12

Just noticed this: In Genesis 31:42 and 31:53, Jacob refers to the God of Abraham and the something God of Isaac; NRSV translates it as “the Fear of Isaac” and notes that the Hebrew is uncertain; similarly JPS; NLT translates it as “the fearsome God of Isaac.” So people think it has something to do with fear, which probably makes a lot of emotional sense if you consider that Isaac and Abraham have asymmetrical experiences of the God of Genesis 21.