59 So they said good-bye to Rebekah and sent her away with Abraham's servant and his men. The woman who had been Rebekah's childhood nurse went along with her.
60 They blessed her with this blessing as she parted: "Our sister, may you become the mother of many millions! May your descendants overcome all their enemies."
61 Then Rebekah and her servants mounted the camels and left with Abraham's servant.
62 Meanwhile, Isaac, whose home was in the Negev, had returned from Beer-lahairoi.
63 One evening as he was taking a walk out in the fields, meditating, he looked up and saw the camels coming.
64 When Rebekah looked up and saw Isaac, she quickly dismounted.
65 "Who is that man walking through the fields to meet us?" she asked the servant. And he replied, "It is my master." So Rebekah covered her face with her veil.
66 Then the servant told Isaac the whole story.
67 And Isaac brought Rebekah into his mother's tent, and she became his wife. He loved her very much, and she was a special comfort to him after the death of his mother.
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