ISAAC BIBLE STUDY MESSAGE
ISAAC AND REBEKAH BIBLE STORY
The servant gave him his word, took
some of Abraham's camels along with him and set out for the city where Nahor,
Abraham's brother lived. When he arrived outside the city he took the
camels to rest near a well at the time of day when women go to fetch water.
He prayed, Lord of Abraham, show kindness to my master and when the women
come out to get water, let it be that the young woman I ask for a drink
from, will tell me that she'll get water for the camels too. And let that
same girl be the one that you have chosen for Isaac.
Before the servant had finished his
prayer, Nahor's granddaughter Rebekah came out with a pitcher for water on
her shoulder. She filled the pitcher and the servant ran to meet her and
asked for a drink. Rebekah said, I will get water for your camels too.
The servant asked whose daughter she was and if her father had room
for him and his camels to stay there. Rebekah told him who she was
and the servant bowed his head and worshipped
the Lord, thankful for His kindness to Abraham.
Rebekah ran ahead of him to her
father's house and when the servant got there, he explained everything that
happened. He asked if Rebekah could go with him. Her mother and her
brother agreed, It's the Lord's will, take her to be Abraham's daughter in
Isaac was in the field at dusk,
praying, when Rebekah arrived with the servant. When she saw Isaac, the
servant told her who he was and she covered her face with a veil and jumped
down from the camel.
The servant told Isaac what he had
done and Isaac took Rebekah as his wife and he loved her very much.
ISAAC BIBLE SUMMARY
ISAAC AND REBEKAH BIBLE STORY CONCLUSION
Wouldn't it be nice to have such devotion to love these days? In a world
where divorce is commonplace, it is very romantic to ponder on the love that some of
those in the Bible possessed. We should strive to obtain and maintain that love for others and for our Lord. Unconditional.
Be sure to visit Daily Bread again
where in our next story you'll read more about the life of Isaac.
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