• Mother of King Belshazzar

    Mother of King Belshazzar

    King Belshazzar held a great feast for a thousand of her lords. In order to impress his guests, he decided to serve the wine in gold and silver goblets his father had taken out of Jerusalem’s temple. They were having a wild time drinking and praising the gods of gold, silver, iron, wood, and stone,… Read more

  • King Lemuel’s Mother

    King Lemuel’s Mother

    We tend to look at Proverbs 31 written by King Lemuel’s mother as this impossible to achieve perfection that we must all strive for. It is, in fact, a description of a virtuous woman provided by a mother to her son. But this was not one woman that we’re all trying to imitate. This was… Read more

  • Nehushta in the Bible

    Nehushta in the Bible

    Nehushta was the daughter of Elnathan from Jerusalem. She became the wife of Jehoiakim, a wicked king of Judah, and they had a son named Jehoiachin, also known as Coniah, who reigned as king after the death of his father.  Jehoiachin was eighteen years old when he became king. He only reigned for three months,… Read more

  • Abi in the Bible

    Abi in the Bible

    We’ve looked at many wicked women who influenced their husbands away from God. Today we look at Abi, a godly woman married to a wicked man.  The name Abi or Abijah means “My Father is Jehovah” or “The Will of God”. She was the daughter of Zechariah, the wife of King Ahaz, and the mother… Read more

  • Maacah Wife of King Rehoboam

    Maacah Wife of King Rehoboam

    King Rehoboam married eighteen wives and sixty concubines, but of all King Rehoboam’s wives and concubines, he loved Maacah the most. Though she was not his first, she was his favorite. Rehoboam fathered twenty eight sons and sixty daughters. He decided that Maachah’s son Abijam should be his successor, even though Abijam was not the… Read more

  • Naamah in the Bible

    Naamah in the Bible

    King Rehoboam was the son of Solomon and Naamah. Naamah was one of Solomon’s many wives who drew him away from the true God and led him to evil idol worship.  1 Kings 14:21-22 let’s us know that not only did Naamah influence Solomon, but their son Rehoboam as well.  2 Chronicles 12:13-14 reiterates that… Read more

  • Jeroboam’s Wife

    Jeroboam’s Wife

    King Jeroboam was an evil man. He brought idol worship to a new level. He made priests out of every class of people. Whoever wanted to be a priest, he consecrated, and he became one of the priests of the high places where they worshipped their idols. Then his son Abijah got sick. Since Jeroboam… Read more

  • Wives of Solomon

    Wives of Solomon

    Solomon’s wealth and wisdom were unsurpassed. He had everything he could possibly desire, yet it wasn’t enough. He wanted more.  In addition to the daughter of Pharaoh, he married Moabite, Ammonite, Edomite, Sidonian, and Hittite women, women from lands where the Israelites were forbidden to intermarry because of their pagan worship. Since these women were… Read more

  • King David’s Wives

    King David’s Wives

    Once David was anointed king, it didn’t take long to acquire more wives. In addition to Ahiroam, Abigail, and Michal, he married Maacah, Haggith, Abital, and Elgah while living in Hebron. Then came Bathsheba. Ahinoam bore him Amnon. Abigail bore Chileab. Maacah, the daughter of Talmai, king of Geshur, bore Absalom. Haggith bore Adonijah. Abital bore… Read more

  • Ahinoam and Abigail

    Ahinoam and Abigail

    Two Bible women are named Ahinoam. The first was Saul’s wife. The second was one of David’s wives. She was from Jezreal, and David married her while he was a fugitive in the wilderness.  Ahinoam and Abigail were in Ziklag when the Amalekites invaded the city and burned it down. The two women, along with… Read more

  • Merab Daughter of Saul

    Merab Daughter of Saul

    Saul had two daughters – Merab and Michal. Though they were daughters of the king, princesses in those days were often used as political pawns. Such is the case with Merab and Michal. In 1 Samuel 18: 17, Saul offered Merab, his oldest daughter, to David if we would fight the Lord’s battles. Saul’s thoughts… Read more

  • Ahinoam Wife of King Saul

    Ahinoam Wife of King Saul

    In 1 Samuel 10 the prophet Samuel anointed Saul as the first king of the Israelites. The chapters that follow cover Saul’s political and spiritual battles.  Chapter 14 tells us that Saul established his sovereignty over Israel and fought against his enemies on every side. He fought Moabites, Ammonites, Edomites, kings of Jobah, and the… Read more

  • Cozbi, Daughter of Zur

    Cozbi, Daughter of Zur

    The Hebrew people settled awhile in Acacia Grove in Moab, and while they were there, the men began to commit harlotry with the women of Moab. The Moabite women invited the Hebrews to come make sacrifices to their gods, and they did. One of these Moabite women was Cozbi, daughter of Zur, a Midian king.… Read more

  • Pharaoh’s Daughter, Stepmother of Moses

    Pharaoh’s Daughter, Stepmother of Moses

    The Bible gives us little information about Pharaoh’s daughter, but it does give us insight into the life she lived. We know that as the daughter of the reigning Pharaoh, she was an Egyptian princess. We also know the kind of man her father was. The Pharaoh was an insecure ruler who feared the Hebrew… Read more

  • Queen Esther in the Bible

    Queen Esther in the Bible

    Esther was a young Jewish girl chosen by King Ahasuerus to be his queen after he banished Vashti. Have you ever questioned God’s judgement? Why has He allowed you to go through so much? What if God is putting you right where you need to be in order to do a mighty work through you? … Read more

  • Queen Vashti

    Queen Vashti

    Queen Vashti was the original wife of King Ahasuerus. Submission, what does it mean to you? Do you always submit to your husband or to those in authority? Why might you not submit to them? In today’s episode of All God’s Woman, we look at Queen Vashti, a woman who openly defied her husband, and… Read more

  • Athaliah: A Truly Evil Woman

    Athaliah: A Truly Evil Woman

    Athaliah, daughter of Jezebel and mother of King Ahaziah, was even more wicked than her mother. How far would you go to get your way? What if your children or grandchildren were keeping you from achieving your dream? Would you be willing to murder them? I hope not. I usually try to find some connection… Read more

  • Jezebel in the Bible: A Wicked Queen

    Jezebel in the Bible: A Wicked Queen

    Jezebel in the Bible was the wicked daughter of King Ethbael, wife of King Ahab, and mother of Jehoram, Ahaziah, and Athaliah. Have you ever met a truly evil person, someone so depraved you shudder just thinking of them? What effect did that person have on those around them? What eventually happened to them? Queen… Read more

  • Queen of Sheba

    Queen of Sheba

    Queen of Sheba traveled a long distance to seek wisdom from King Solomon. Do you seek wisdom or are you content with what you already know? Do you desire to grow and to learn more about God? How far would you go to grow? In today’s episode of All God’s Women we look at the… Read more

  • The Tragedy of Rizpah, Saul’s Concubine

    The Tragedy of Rizpah, Saul’s Concubine

    Rizpah was Saul’s concubine and mother of two of his sons who were killed for the sins of their father. Are you suffering or grieving today? Are you feeling hurt and alone perhaps thinking that no one has had to suffer quite like you have? Are you wondering if God Himself has forsaken you? If… Read more

  • Tamar Daughter of David

    Tamar Daughter of David

    There are two women in the Bible named Tamar. This Tamar was the daughter of David who was taken advantage of by her stepbrother Ammon. Have you ever been hurt by someone close to you? Did you assume you could trust them because they were family or a friend and then discover otherwise? Why does… Read more