When Abraham was old, he sent his servant out to find a wife for his son, Isaac. When the servant went out, he asked the Lord to help him find a wife for Isaac.
When he looked up, he saw a pretty woman, named Rebekah who was carrying her water jar on her shoulder. He watched as she went down to the springs to fill her jar and when she came back up, the servant ran to her and said, "Please give me a little water from your jar.” She lowered her jar from her shoulder and told him to drink. When he was finished drinking, she also poured water for his camels.
When the camels had finished drinking, the servant took out a gold ring for her nose and two large gold bracelets for her wrists.
Rebekah ran home to tell her family all that happened. Rebekah's brother, Laban came out to meet the servant and offered him to stay.
The servant followed Laban and Rebekah to their home. Leban fed the servant's camels and gave them straw for bedding. He then prepared a meal for the servant and while they were eating, the servant told them why he had came.
Once Rebak's family heard all that the servant had to say, they said, "Take her and go." The servant bowed down and worshipped the Lord and brought out silver and gold jewlery and clothing and presented them to Rebekah.
The next morning the servant got on his camel and left to return back to Abraham's house with Rebekah and her servants following him.
When they arrived at their destination, Rebekah looked up and saw Isaac, she quickly got off of her camel. "Who is that man walking through the fields to meet us?" She asked the servant. "It is my master." He answered. Rebekah covered her faced with her veil. Isaac brought Rebekah into his mother's tent and she became his wife..