NIV Genesis 24.63

Verse Genesis 24.63

63 He went out to the field one evening to meditate,[f] and as he looked up, he saw camels approaching.

Verse Genesis 24.63 He Went Out To T

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Isaac and Rebekah are, finally, cheerfully brought together Isaac, was all around utilized when he met Rebekah. He went out to think, or implore, in the field, at the even-tide. Some think he anticipated the arrival of his workers about this time, and went out intentionally to meet them. However, it ought to appear, he went out on another task, to exploit a quiet night and a singular field for reflection and petition. Those awesome activities by which we speak with God and our own hearts.

Note, sacred spirits love retirement, it will benefit us to be frequently disregarded, strolling alone and sitting alone and. On the off chance that have the specialty of improving isolation, we will discover we are never less alone than when alone. Contemplation and supplication should be both our business and our joy when we are distant from everyone else while they have a God, a Christ. To familiarize ourselves with, and to make sure about our enthusiasm for, we need not need matter either for reflection or petition. Which, in the event that they go together, will commonly get to know one another.

Our strolls in the field are then really charming when in them we put forth a concentrated effort to reflection and supplication. We there have a free and open possibility of the sky above us and the earth around us. And the host and wealth of both, by the perspective on which we ought to be directed to the examination of the Maker and proprietor of each. The activities of commitment ought to be the refreshment and amusement of the night, to diminish us from the weakness occasioned by the consideration. And the business of those days, and to set us up for the rest and rest of the night.

Kind provisions are then doubly agreeable when they discover us all around utilized and in the method of our obligation. Some think Isaac was currently petitioning God for good accomplishment in this undertaking was depending. And ruminating upon that which was appropriate to support his expectation in God concerning it and now, when he sets himself, in a manner of speaking, upon his watch-tower. To perceive what God would answer him, as the prophet, he sees the camels coming.

Rebekah observed the rules becomingly, when she met Isaac: understanding what his identity was, she landed off her camel, and took a shroud, and secured herself. In token of lowliness, humility, and coercion, she didn't rebuke Isaac for not coming himself to bring her. Or, at any rate, to meet her daily's excursion or two, didn't gripe of the monotony of her excursion. Even the trouble of leaving her relations, to come into a weird spot in any case, having seen providence going before her in the undertaking, she obliges herself with merriment.

Those that by confidence are embraced to Christ, and would be introduced as modest virgins to him, must, in adjustment to his model, humble themselves, as Rebekah. Who landed when she saw Isaac by walking, and should place themselves into coercion to him who is their head. As Rebekah, connoting it by the cloak she put on a smile when those visitors came to their house.

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