Rebekah’s deceit of Isaac and Esau had some pretty serious consequences for her. Her son Esau was alienated from her, I’m sure. If he planned to kill his brother, you know he wasn’t pleased with his mother being the source of the plot. But also notice that Rebekah lost Jacob, her dearly beloved son. Asfar as we can tell, she never saw her beloved Jacob again. How sad is that? There are always consequences connected to sin.

Notice what happened to Jacob. He was the heir to all the wealth accumulated by Abraham and Isaac. Yet, he ends up being demoted to a position of rigorous servitude to his uncle Laban. In addition, he ends up being “deceived” himself into marrying a woman he doesn’t love. There are always consequences connected to sin.
My mother was right: “Be sure your sins will find you out.”