Jacob's Reconciliation with Esau
Esau came to Jacob in brotherly love and greeted Jacob's family, even though Jacob expected Esau to wage war with him. Esau invited Jacob to come to his land. Jacob offered a gift to Esau as a sign of asking forgiveness and Esau accepted the give indicating all was forgiven.
Jacob expressed concern that his children and animals move fast enough so he asked Esau to give them time to travel at a slower pace.
Instead Jacob settled in Sechem in Canaan, where for 400 pieces of silver he purchased the land from the sons of Hamor. It is good Jacob came to the Promised Land, and he settled there. But he falls short, because it seems God directed him to return to Bethel (Genesis 31:13).