The servant brought forth jewels of silver, and jewels of gold, and clothing, and gave them to Rivka. He gave also to her brother and to her mother precious things.
They ate and drank, he and the men who were with him, and stayed all night. They rose up in the morning, and he said, "Send me away to my master."
Her brother and her mother said, "Let the young lady stay with us a few days, at least ten. After that she will go."
He said to them, "Don't hinder me, seeing the LORD has prospered my way. Send me away that I may go to my master."
They said, "We will call the young lady, and ask her."
They called Rivka, and said to her, "Will you go with this man?" She said, "I will go."
They sent away Rivka, their sister, with her nurse, Avraham's servant, and his men.
They blessed Rivka, and said to her, "Our sister, may you be the mother of thousands of ten thousands, and let your seed possess the gate of those who hate them."
Rivka arose with her ladies. They rode on the camels, and followed the man. The servant took Rivka, and went his way.
Yitzchak came from the way of Be'er-Lachai-Ro'i. For he lived in the land of the South.
Yitzchak went out to meditate in the field at the evening. He lifted up his eyes, and saw, and, behold, there were camels coming.
Rivka lifted up her eyes, and when she saw Yitzchak, she dismounted from the camel.
She said to the servant, "Who is the man who is walking in the field to meet us?" The servant said, "It is my master." She took her veil, and covered herself.
The servant told Yitzchak all the things that he had done.
Yitzchak brought her into his mother Sarah's tent, and took Rivka, and she became his wife. He loved her. Yitzchak was comforted after his mother's death.