Real Girls of the Bible: 31-Day Devotional (Faithgirlz) by Mona Hodgson

By Mona Hodgson

View your global with clean eyes

From Faithgirlz comes actual women of the Bible, that includes thirty-one tales approximately genuine ladies from the outdated and New Testaments. similar to you, every one of those ladies needed to locate her position on the planet, and although your worlds are very assorted, you’ll locate that some of the struggles have been the same―like becoming in and suffering to do the precise factor. every one devotion contains Scripture , prayer, physique speak and extra. With thirty-one days of devotions, realize what genuine ladies from the Bible may have to claim approximately discovering your manner.  

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Miriam watched as her mother bundled the three-month-old baby in a basket and hid the basket in the reeds along the bank of the River Nile. Miriam stayed by the basket to watch over her brother. Miriam was a Hebrew living as a slave — along with the other Israelites — under the rule of the Egyptian pharaoh. The pharaoh had demanded that all the Hebrew baby boys be killed as soon as they were born. Her mother had kept Miriam’s baby brother safe until now, but his cries grew stronger. Soon Pharaoh’s people would find him.

That picture was real life for Jochebed. The Hebrew midwives didn’t turn in Jochebed when they helped her have her baby. Jochebed’s daughter, Miriam, and son Aaron both kept quiet about their new baby brother. But the baby was growing and making more noise. Jochebed wouldn’t be able to hide him from Pharaoh and his people much longer. And when they found the baby boy, they’d drown him in the Nile. If he wasn’t discovered and he did live, he would grow up as a slave. Jochebed could’ve given up, but she didn’t.

Dear God . . Lord God, I’m so glad you love me for who I am. That’s what matters most. Help me to not compare myself to the people around me, on TV, or in magazines. For Jesus’ sake, amen. Check Out acob had twelve THIS sons (from oldest to youngest) — Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Dan, Issachar, Gad, Asher, Naphtali, Zebulun, Joseph, and Benjamin. Ten of the twelve tribes of Judah were named after Jacob’s sons. Levi and Joseph did not have tribes named after them. Instead, the remaining two tribes were named after Joseph’s sons.

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