Love at First Sight is the last of the four episode of that features Abraham in the second season of Superbook.
It starts when Chris and Joy contacts Uri and Gizmo in the personal computer asking for updates about the missing Ruffles.Later,they find out that they are particularly lost themselves in a big unfamiliar town.Later,they meet a few of Abraham's servants whom they recognize in the previous episodes and discover that they are in Mesopotamia.Apparently,they learned from one of the servants that he saw a dog that fits Uri's description of Ruffles in a town called Heron as Abraham and Isaac could not find a local bride at Canaan.They decided to join the servant since Abraham asked him to go to that town to find a beautiful wife for Isaac per Sarah's request before she died.At Heron,the servant found Rebekah,who was able to do the activities that he asked God to do as a sign like giving him and his camels water.Upon meeting her family,he asked them to bring Rebekah to Canaan so that she and Isaac can marry.At the end of the episode,we get to see them meet each other for the first time and they fell in love right away.Meanwhile,Uri and Gizmo try to find Ruffles but without success.
This episode provides us an interesting insight that God will help us in our daily activities whether big or small as long as we allow Him to get involved in it.This was particularly true when the servant found a beautiful wife for Isaac.We,too could do the same thing whenever we pray to the Lord and give glory to him in all the activities that we do as long as they are not evil nor acts of rebellion against Him.Aside from that,we also get to recognize that Abraham is truly a man of faith especially when he guided his servant on what to do when doing his mission by asking God's help.Added to that,we also learn that complete trust and obedience to God provides a lot of great blessings that is beyond our imagination.This was evident with his prosperity.Finally,we also get to realize that life in the world will be bearable if we allow the Lord to be involved in our life regardless if we face easy,difficult or impossible situations.
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