Well, except in the garden, and I think we can all agree the situation (and surgery) there were extraordinary.You may remember the story: Abraham, Isaac’s father, sends a servant back to his hometown to find a wife for his son.Rebekah gives the servant’s camels a drink, he gives her a couple heavy bracelets, her family approves, she meets Isaac at a tent — and they’re married.If you’ve wanted to be married and aren’t, you might read Genesis 24 (as strange as it may seem today) with at least a little bit of curiosity and even longing — it just seems so simple and clean.Also we place salt on the bread because salt is a preserver, symbolizing that this meal is no longer merely a transitory experience, but a moment that will last for eternity.
Lots of people were married before Isaac and Rebekah, but we don’t read about anyone married.
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