Motherhood may well be the most challenging job we ever have. No matter what we do, we always second guess ourselves, wondering if we’re doing the right thing, worrying that we’re going to mess up. Each of these Bible mothers faced their own mothering challenges. Some of them did a great job. Others, not so well. Each of them has lessons we can learn as we raise our own children.
The book of Deuteronomy provides a review of the laws of God, given to the Hebrews prior to their entering the Promised Land. It’s important for us to understand that these laws were written for a fallen people, so many … Continue reading Old Testament Laws Concerning Women
When Leah realized that she’d stopped bearing children, she forgot about praising God and instead followed Rachel’s lead, giving her maid as a surrogate wife to Jacob. Zilpah, Leah’s handmaiden, bore Jacob two sons. Leah named the first Gad, which … Continue reading Rachel and Leah Compete
Genesis 24 ends with Isaac marrying Rebekah and finding comfort after his mother’s death. The next chapter opens with Abraham taking another wife whose name was Keturah. The death of Sarah and the marriage of Isaac left Abraham alone and … Continue reading Keturah: Abraham’s Late in Life Wife
In today’s episode of All God’s Women we look at Eve, a woman with a simple command who made a bad choice that led to eternal consequences. Her Story Eve had a choice to make. It wasn’t a choice she … Continue reading Eve: A Command, Her Choice, The Consequences
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