Then he said, "O LORD God of my master Abraham, please give me success this day, and show kindness to my master Abraham.
* Genesis 24:13
Behold, here I stand
by the well of water,
and the daughters of the men of the city are coming out to draw water
* Genesis 24:14
Now let it be
that the young woman to whom I say, "Please let down your pitcher that I may drink,' and she says, "Drink, and I will also give your camels a drink' let her be the one You have appointed for Your servant
Isaac. And by this I will know that You have shown kindness to my master."
*Genesis 24:15[40/ water]
And it happened, before he had finished speaking, that behold, Rebekah
, who was born to Bethuel [destroyed of God /man of God / dweller in God]
, son of Milcah [the queen],
the wife of Nahor [snorting],
Abraham's brother, came out with her pitcher on her shoulder/ shechem. [2(7)x3]
is the 'coexistence' of fire and water, our God, a consuming fire,
pouring out the water of the Word (thru Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son)
- that God's will - that it 'is on earth as it is in heaven'-fire and water
- God sent His Word made flesh (Jesus,water)
to be complete - Sabbath
- with the 'daughter of fire'.
Also consider SAMEK symbolizing the wedding ring
- seen in the 'galloping horse'.
Note that Rebecca, [as a 'hobbled horse']
is born of Bethuel, a man of God, a dweller in God, who is destroyed of God (Christ, the cross)
, who was 'son of the queen [the 'Holy Jerusalem'
who was wife of Nahor, [the snorting (of horses]
, Abraham's brother.
Now the young woman was very beautiful to behold, a virgin; no man had known her
. And she went down to the well, filled her pitcher,
and came up.
And the servant ran to meet her and said, "Please let me drink a little water from your pitcher.
So she said, "Drink, my lord." Then she quickly let her pitcher down to her hand, and gave him a drink.
And when she had finished giving him a drink, she said, "I will draw water for your camels also, until they have finished drinking."
* Genesis 24:20
Then she quickly emptied her pitcher into the trough, ran back to the well to draw water, and drew for all his camels.
And the man, wondering at her, remained silent so as to know whether the LORD had made his journey prosperous or not.
So it was, when the camels had finished drinking
, that the man took a golden nose ring weighing half a shekel, and two bracelets for her wrists weighing ten shekels of gold,
and said, "whose daughter are you?"…