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Eliezer thought that Rivkah was perhaps the one for Yitzchak, and off he ran towards her, “Excuse me, young lady. Can I have a sip of water from your pitcher?”
“Of course,” she replied as she quickly took the pitcher from her shoulder and gave him a drink.
When he finished drinking she added, “Now I will get water for your camels, too.” And she did just that, which was no easy feat! Camels drink A LOT! Rivkah ran back and forth to the well to fetch water for all 10 thirsty camels!
There was no question about it! Rivkah was the most kindhearted girl in Charan or in fact anywhere! Yes, she was a Tzaddekes (righteous woman) just like Yitzchak’s mother Sarah, and she would be the one who would marry Yitzchak and become the mother of the Jewish people!
Eliezer was so certain about it that he immediately gave Rivkah lots of expensive and beautiful rings and bracelets. Remember, Avraham loaded Eliezer’s camels with plenty of gifts.