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Q. Where did she die?
Chap. xxii, 2.
chased for a burying-place. Chap. xxiii, 3–20. Q. Whom did Abraham send away to obtain a wife for his
son Isaac ? A. Eliezer, the eldest servant of his house.
Chap. xxiv, 2; xv, 2. Q. Whither did he command him to go? Ă. To the city of Nahor, in Mesopotamia. Chap.
xxiv, 10. Q. Who was Nahor ? A. The brother of Abraham. Chap. xi
, 27, Q. Whose aid did Eliezer seek on the journey, to direct him
to this family? A. He earnestly sought the aid of God in
prayer. Chap. xxiv, 12. Q. Who first met him after his prayer?
Rebekah, the daughter of Bethuel. Chap. xxiv, 15. Q. How was she related to Nahor? Ă. His grand-daughter. Q. What was her relation to Isaac ? A. His cousin. Q. When the servant related his errand, and what had
occurred after his prayer, what did the family of Bethuel 1. The thing proceedeth from the Lord. Chap.
xxiv, 50. Q. Did Rebekah return with Eliezer? A. She did. Chap. xxiv, 58.
Q. How did Isaac receive her?
by Sarah his mother, and she became his
wife, and he loved her. Chap. xxiv, 67. Q. How old was Abraham when he died ? X. One hundred and seventy-five years. Chap
Q. Who buried him ?
E$au and Jacob.
Question. What were the names of the sons of Isaac ?
home as a herdsman. Chap. xxv, 27.
Chap. xxv, 31-33.
A mess of pottage.
Q: How diá Esau feel towards Jacob after this?
death. Q. What did their mother Rebekah advise Jacob to do? À. To leave home immediately, and to go to
her brother Laban, his uncle, in Padan-aram.
Chap. xxvii, 43. Q. Where on this journey did Jacob have a remarkable
dream? A. At Bethel. Chap. xxviii, 10, 22. Q. What did he see in his dream? A. A ladder, which stood upon the earth, and
the top of it reached to heaven, and the angels of God ascended and descended
Q. Who stood above it?
and the God of Isaac: the land whereon thou liest, to thee will I give it, and to thy seed. I am with thee, and will keep thee in all places whither thou goest, and will bring thee again
into this land. Cháp. xxviii, 13–15. Q. What did Jacob say when he at A. 'How dreadful is this place! This is none
? other but the house of God, and this is the
gate of heaven. Chap. xxvii, 17. Q. What is the meaning of Bethel, the name Jacob gave A. The house of God.
Q. Whose family did Jacob find upon reaching Padan-aram? Ă. Laban's, his mother's brother. Chap. xxix,
9-14. Q. Whom did Jacob take for his wives? Ă. His cousins Leah and Rachel, the daughters
of Laban. Q. How long did he remain with Laban? Ă. Twenty years. Q. How did he leave Laban? A. He stole away unawares, lest he might be
hindered by his avaricious uncle. Chapter
xxxi, 20. Q. What did Laban do? A. He immediately pursued him. Q. Who prevented him from injuring Jacob? Ă. God spake to him in a dream, and forbade
him. Chap. xxxi, 24. Q. Who met Jacob as he passed on his way? A. The angels of God. Chap. xxxii, 1. Q. What did Jacob say? Å. This is God's host. Chap. xxxii, 2. Q. What did he call the place where he saw them? À Mahanaim, which means two hosts. Q To whom did Jacob now send messengers ? A To his brother Esau. Q. Where did he dwell? A. In Edom, south-east of Canaan. Q. What word did the messengers bring back ? A. That Esau was coming to meet him with
four hundred men. Q. How did this affect Jacob? Ă. He was greatly afraid and distressed. Chap.
Q.. To whom did he go for aid?
xxxii, 13-15. Q. How did Jacob spend the night before meeting his brother?
A. In prayer.
Q. Who appeared to him?
seen God face to face, and my life is pre
served. Q. How did Esau meet Jacob? A. He embraced him, fell on his neck, kissed
him, and they wept together. Chap. xxxii, 4. Q. Where did Esau then go? A. He returned to Nount Seir, in Edom. Chap.
xxxiii, 16. Q. Where did the Loral direct Jacob to dwell? À At Bethel. Chap. xxxv, 1.