14. What instruction did Abraham give his servant Eliezer when sending him to select a wife for his
"Thou shall take a wife for my son of my kindred, and of my father's house." Gen. 24: 40.
NOTE - This passage indicates that in early Bible times parents generally had more to do in the
selection of life companions for their children than they commonly have now. Young people who are wise
will seek the advice and counsel of their parents, and above all, will seek to know the will of God, before
entering upon this important relationship, with its grave responsibilities and its momentous consequences.
Is mere assent to divine truth sufficient?
Who was this promised seed?
What high ideal should he placed before the young?
At the conclusion of Daniel's prayer, what assurance did Gabriel give him?
How does David speak of Christ's coming?
What did Christ say concerning secret prayer?
What will the saints do in the new earth?
Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle