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But if you take those first few words, "In the beginning, God," I think it is Dr.Billy Graham who once said, "I have no problem believing that the whale swallowed Jonah.Bible teacher Ravi Zacharias uses the story of Isaac and Rebekah from Genesis 24 to illustrate biblical principles in the process of selecting a mate, and challenges young adults to be people of prayer seeking the input of others in the selection process.(Part 1 of 2) John Fuller: Today's "Focus on the Family" guest is Ravi Zacharias and he shares how, as a young idealistic theology student, he questioned his professor's statement, that love is hard work. Ravi Zacharias: I said, I don't like your categorization of love as hard work. " I said, "No." He said, "Then shut up and sit down; you don't know what you're talking about." (Laughter) He was right.
And my message is entitled, "I, Isaac, Take You, Rebekah." I'll read for you verses 10 to 27, from Genesis 24: Then the servant took 10 of his master's camels and left, taking with him all kinds of goods from his master.
Love is all good things, without a question, In other words, it's indigestion.
(Laughter)There's another one that goes this way: Slippery ice, very thin, Pretty girl, tumbles in, Saw a boy, on the bank, Gave a shriek, then she sank.
By this I will know that You have shown kindness to my master.""Before he had finished praying, Rebekah came up with her jar on her shoulder.
She was the daughter of Bethuel, son of Milcah, who was the wife of Abraham's brother, Nahor.