Reflection from daily reading (1/12/19): Earlier this week I read through Genesis 25. One short phrase stood out to me – “And Isaac prayed to the LORD for his wife.” Isaac’s wife, Rebekah, was childless. But the way the sentence reads it seems that Isaac’s concern is for his wife, not just that he remains without an heir. He didn’t “pray for a son,” or “pray that his wife would conceive,” – he was concerned and “prayed for his wife.” Good challenge for us husbands – pray for our wives! DW
2020 Advent Calendar, Dec. 25
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