Genesis 24 The Lord at Work


Stacy J. Edwards

Genesis 24

There is a chill in the air this morning, friends, and I am here for it. My coffee is half gone. My little faux fireplace is going strong. The sun is shining and God is good.

We are in a part of Genesis where it is a lot of facts and genealogy and – while interesting – sometimes difficult to find application. That’s ok! Information is good and, as you read through Scripture, names and small tidbits will stick out and you’ll say, “Ah! I know that name.” Or that place. Or why God set that thing in motion five chapters ago.

In this chapter, Abraham sent his servant to find a wife for his son, Isaac. Abraham was too old at this point to travel and wanted a wife from his own people for Isaac (v 3-4).

It just so happened that Abraham had a very trusted…

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