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  • After this Abraham buried his wife Sarah in the cave of Machpelah. (Genesis 23, 19)

  • and you will swear to me by Yahweh, God of heaven and earth, that you will not choose a wife for my son from the daughters of the Canaanites among whom we live; (Genesis 24, 3)

  • rather it is to my country and my kinsfolk that you will go to choose a wife for my son, Isaac." (Genesis 24, 4)

  • For Yahweh, God of heaven and God of earth, who took me from my father's house and from the land of my birth, spoke to me and swore to me that he would give this country to my race. He will send his angel before you, that you may find a wife for my son. (Genesis 24, 7)

  • He had not finished praying when Rebekah came out. She was the daughter of Bethuel, son of Milcah, wife of Abraham's brother, Nahor. She had a pitcher on her shoulder. (Genesis 24, 15)

  • Now Sarah, my master's wife, bore him a son in her old age; (Genesis 24, 36)

  • so my master has given him all he owns and he made me swear an oath saying: 'You will not choose a wife for my son from the daughters of these Canaanites in whose country I live; (Genesis 24, 37)

  • rather you will go to my father's house, to my kinsfolk and there you will choose a wife for my son.' (Genesis 24, 38)

  • And his reply was: 'Yahweh, in whose presence I have walked, will send his angel with you and make your journey successful. You will choose a wife for my son from my own clan and from my father's house. (Genesis 24, 40)

  • If she answers me: Yes, drink, and I will draw water for your camels as well, let it be that she is the wife Yahweh has chosen for my master's son.' I was still thinking this over, (Genesis 24, 44)

  • Here is Rebekah, take her and go. Let her become the wife of your master's son as Yahweh has directed." (Genesis 24, 51)

  • and Isaac brought Rebekah into the tent of Sarah, his mother. He made her his wife, and he loved her; and Isaac was comforted after his mother's death. (Genesis 24, 67)

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