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Powered by 4 - Feb. 3, 2011

  • 2011 Feb 03

Model Servant

today's reading.
Genesis 24:15-60     Before he had finished speaking, behold, Rebekah, who was born to Bethuel the son of Milcah, the wife of Nahor, Abraham's brother, came out with her water jar on her shoulder...
Genesis 24:15-60

Genesis 24:15-60think about it.
How does God answer the prayer of Abraham's servant? What is the servant's response to this answer (24:26-27)? How do you see this man stay focused on his mission? How does Rebekah's family respond (24:50-60)? How have you seen God direct and work out choices or plans in your life or your family's experience?

the blog.
Focused. Determined. On Track. Those are just a few of the ways I would describe Abraham's servant who I found pretty amazing, by the way. We're not even told this man's name, yet the example of serving he provides is one of the best. This man definitely gave me something to think about regarding my own service.

We're all called to serve the Lord. So how can we use the example provided by Abraham's servant to improve on our service? Was there anything specific this man did that you would like to model? If so, how do you plan to do that? Tami W.  

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