|Overview - Genesis 24|
|1||Abraham swears his servant.|
|10||The servant's journey.|
|15||Rebekah meets him;|
|18||fulfils his sign;|
|23||shows her kindred;|
|25||and invites him home.|
|26||The servant blesses God.|
|29||Laban entertains him.|
|34||The servant shows his message.|
|50||Laban and Bethuel approve it.|
|58||Rebekah consents to go, and departs.|
|62||Isaac meets and marries her.|
Genesis 24:63 (King James Version)
And Isaac went out to meditate in the field at the eventide: and he lifted up his eyes, and saw, and, behold, the camels were coming.
- to meditate
- or, to pray.
- They who acknowledge God in all their ways, will find him present to direct their paths, and make their way prosperous; and when the prayer of faith meets with an immediate answer, the glory ought as speedily to be rendered to God in solemn praise and thanksgiving.
- Joshua 1:8 ; Psalms 1:2 ; Psalms 77:11 Psalms 77:12 104:34 119:15 Psalms 139:17 Psalms 139:18 Psalms 143:5 Psalms 143:6