Dr. Herbert Lockyer provides a convenient commentary on all the named and unnamed women of the Bible from Abi to Zipporah.
All the women of the Bible offers a rich biographical perspective on evey female figure in scripture -- including the famous, the little-known, and even the unnamed. In more that 300 engaging and insightful portraits, Edith Deen brings alive the saints and sorceresses, queens and servants, mothers and daughters, wives and widows whose profound influence is felt through-out the Bible. "You can almost trace light and darkness in the Bible by the women themselves,"she writes. "Hannah, praying mother of Samuel, gave birth to a son who became the first great Hebrew prophet. And, of course, there was the mother of Jesus. On the other hand, Jezebel and Herodias were vile influences, the first tearing apart the northern kingdom of Israel, the second causing John the Baptist to be beheaded." Combining thorough detail with a lively and dramatic narrative, All of the Women of the Bible portrays the real women behind the Biblical stories and shows how, in their human struggles and triumphs, they are very much like the women of today. With each major biography identified by Bible chapter and verse and prefaced by a key passage of scripture, this is an ideal resources for teachers, Bible students, preachers, and writers, as well as anyone who wants to learn what it was really like to be a woman in Biblical times.
The Bible contains more than three thousand named men, all of whom are dealt with in this book. The many thousands of unnamed men are also classified. Included in the book is a guide to the pronunciation of names.
Good, bad or Desperate? We all have been there at some point of our lives. In her first book, My Father In Heaven, My Father On Earth, Sandra openly shared moments of her life when she was bad & desperate and finally declared righteous by the grace of God. Maybe today you are in a good, bad, or desperate situation because of choices that were made by you or someone else. In this study, Sandra, with her warm, genuine style directs our focus not to the women, but to a good God who is faithful in all circumstances of life. Though Bible times have changed, our Eternal God has not, and because of this we learn and grow from the women in the Bible. Do we really differ from these women in the Bible? Will you take the journey with us and find out how we can make a difference today? Sandra Gollihar is a trusted friend, wife and mother of 4 sons, one of which is a pastor in Southern California, the grandmother of 12 and great-grandmother of 2. She has touched many lives with her wit and wisdom from God's word. She has faithfully served in a Fundamental Independent Baptist Church for the last 19 years. She has taught ladies meetings and Sunday school classes of all ages; and is an active part of the visitation and soul-winning ministry.
Available here for the first time in paperback, Women in Scripture is a landmark one-volume reference work exploring all the women mentioned in the Bible, named and unnamed, well known and heretofore not known at all. The book comprises more than 800 articles, written by the finest scholars in the field, that examine the numerous women who have often been obscured by the androcentric nature of the biblical record and by centuries of translation and interpretation that have paid little or no attention to them. The women of scripture are remarkably varied--from prophets to prostitutes, military heroines to musicians, deacons to dancers, widows to wet nurses, rulers to slaves. Here are familiar faces, such as Eve, Judith, and Mary, seen anew with the full benefit of the most up-to-date biblical scholarship. But the most innovative aspect of the book is the section devoted to the many women who in the scriptures do not even have names. In both scope and accessibility, Women in Scripture is an exceptional work. Combining rigorous scholarship with engaging prose, these articles on women in the Hebrew Bible, the Apocryphal/Deuterocanonical books, and the New Testament will inform, delight, and challenge all readers interested in the Bible.
Reading the Women of the Bible takes up two of the most significant intellectual and religious issues of our day: the experiences of women in a patriarchal society and the relevance of the Bible to modern life.
Tells the stories of some of the women in the Old Testament of the Bible, including Sarah and Hagar, Samson's wife Delilah, Ruth and Naomi, Bathsheba, Queen Esther, and others.
A unique resource for individuals and groups interested in studying all the major female characters in the Bible.
The Measure of a Woman helps women discover their strengths and learn from their weaknesses so that they can truly live in accordance with Gods Word. The world tells us one thing about beauty, but God's Word relates that beauty is something much deeper. When women learn how to be beautiful from the inside out, they gain respect and serve as examples to other women. Gene and Elaine Getz share these time-tested and proven guidelines that have led countless women to become living proof of God's love and grace. Here is a chance for even more women to discover the secret to biblical femininity.
By Toni Whitacre Kratochvil 2009 This book will provide some guidance as to what a virtuous woman is. Toni Whitacre-Kratochvil has brought the understanding of what it is to be a virtuous woman by using examples of women in the Bible both good and bad along side of the verses in Proverbs 31. In this way, you will have a gauge to measure where you are on that scale. Most women are not wholly good or wholly bad, but somewhere in the middle. Come take a seat in this class to learn more about what a virtuous woman is, and how you can become a more virtuous woman yourself.
We can learn much from the successes and failures, lives, loves, and legacy of scriptural women—and readers will find great insights in The Women of the Bible Devotional. This brand-new book features 180 quick, easy-to-read entries on nearly every named woman of scripture—from Abigail to Zipporah—and many of the unnamed ladies, such as Job’s wife, the woman caught in adultery, and the persistent widow of Jesus’ parable. Biblical women played a powerful role in God’s plan for humanity, and their stories were recorded for our benefit today. The Women of the Bible Devotional can share important, even life-changing, principles for readers’ quiet time.
Aspire: The New Women of Color Study Bible gives you perspectives and insights that focus God’s Word directly on your world as an African-American woman. 100 “Inspire” notes provide insight from God’s Word on issues of life and leadership; 90 prayers tied to Scripture help guide your personal prayers; 95 “From God” notes encourage you to see yourself through God’s eyes; 140 “African Presence” notes reveal the African influence in Scripture; 50 quotes offer the wisdom of African-American women; and 75 character profiles unlock lessons from the lives of "Women of the Bible". Also included in this Bible are 66 book introductions and outlines, the “Family Roots” family tree, reading plans, color maps, cross-references, NIV concordance, index, and more. This eBook has been optimized for reading on color screens, but will still function effectively on other devices. NIV ©2011 The New International Version (NIV) translation of the Bible is the world’s most popular modern English Bible – easy to understand, yet rich with the detail found in the original languages
Mary J. Evans examines the Old and New Testament texts, as well as the cultural and religious attitudes which together shaped the early church's ideas about women's roles. 160 pages, paper
Selected from over 3,500 sermons, this volume features Spurgeon's preaching on women--be they pious, notorious, or infamous--who populate the Old and New Testaments. Included are Sarah, Hagar, Rebekah, Rahab, Delilah, Ruth, Hannah, the Queen of Sheba, Esther, Mary (the mother of Jesus), Mary of Bethany, Mary and Martha, the Samaritan woman, Lydia, and more. Spurgeon began selling his sermons early in his career, and they have been published in many formats over the last century and a half. Retypeset and redesigned, this new collection from Hendrickson features a modern, easy-to-read format.
Get wisdom, get understanding ... Forsake her not, and she shall preserve thee: love her, and she shall keep thee. Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom. -- Proverbs 4:5-7 In this new edition of a classic of women's Bible study, beloved Christian author Edith Deen brings to life the stories of more than fifty biblical women and shows the lessons contemporary women can learn from each one. The culmination of a quarter century of study, Wisdom from Women in the Bible provides firsthand insight on how the women of the Bible dealt with both the everyday topics of marriage, home, possessions, children, and widowhood; and the eternal themes of spiritual awareness, love, worship, and faith. Represented here are the women whose wisdom shines like a beacon down through the ages: Mary, Ruth, Esther, and Deborah. But we can also learn from the wicked and the foolish -- Eve, Delilah, Jezebel, and Lot's wife -- the ones whose faults lead all too often to destruction. In engaging and perceptive portraits, Deen reintroduces us to women who reflect our own weaknesses and potential for greatness, our petty jealousies and soaring prayers. She then applies each story to modern life, firmly outlining its meaning for our time. The result is a book both classic and contemporary, inspirational and practical. "So I send this book forth with the hope that it will inspire a deeper study of the Bible and that it will help others gain a new wisdom and understanding in handling their daily problems. This is one of the wonders of the Bible. Any theme one chooses turns out to be contemporary." -- from the Preface
Essays discuss women's role in the church, the interpretation of Scripture, the use of Biblical materials, women in the Bible, female sexuality, battered women, and Biblical authority
As a minister, I am excited to have access to a Bible Study that hits the mark of truth for women who desire to live within our society with confidence of who they are. Establishing a firm spiritual foundation is vital in our unstable world. A Woman of Substance affords an outline upon which to build that foundation, providing a breadth of Biblical teaching that allows deep spiritual growth. In this practical step-by-step study, a woman's beauty is revealed to be deeper than the surface of her skin. Each reader will be able to glean from these practical teachings through clever analogies of everyday applications that will help build her thoughts and boundaries which will stand against any manner of adversity. She will also be able to identify other women of substance and appreciate how they influence the lives of those around them.' -Laura McCullough Co-Founder, Church for Now Boise, Idaho Author Sheila Eismann has ministered to women for over twenty years through leading various small groups and speaking at women's events. Sheila, an accounting services professional and former legal secretary, along with her husband, Dan, the current sitting Chief Justice of the Idaho Supreme Court, reside in Eagle, Idaho, where they co-labor among other Christians to help equip the saints for the work of the ministry. They recently celebrated their silver wedding anniversary and thoroughly enjoy spending time with their children, grandchildren, and fabulous friends.
A virtual "Who's Who" list of beloved charismatic and pentecostal women, the Women of DestinyTM Bible and the Spirit-Filled Woman's Devotional Bible was designed to release women to a biblical understanding of God's destiny for their lives. Expanded from the Women of DestinyTM Bible and the Spirit-Filled Woman's Devotional Bible, The Hope Chest is a collection of encouraging scripture for women who are searching for a renewed sense of hope in their pursuit of God. It is unique in that it helps women find biblical guidance on their journey toward fulfilling God's call and purpose for their lives. More directed and intimate than "promise book" products, The Hope Chest is great for personal use and ideal as a gift. It features the cover art and beautiful interior design from the Women of DestinyTM Bible.
Since the release of Bad Girls of the Bible and Really Bad Girls of the Bible, women like you have clamored for more–more in-depth teaching in a workbook format, more information on using the books in small group studies, and more ways to share the grace and sovereignty of God. Now, that hands-on help is here–in two practical workbooks that will make God’s Word, and the stories of your biblical sisters, come alive for you! From Eve to the Woman at the Well, Delilah to Sapphira, the Bad Girls of the Bible Workbook will bring you closer than ever to women of Scripture whose lives are filled with important lessons and insights for women today. ALSO AVAILABLE: THE REALLY BAD GIRLS OF THE BIBLE WORKBOOK. Maybe you’ve already read Bad Girls of the Bible and are now ready to dive into a deeper study of those wild women…and a deeper understanding of yourself. Or you might plan on getting together with a whole group of women to study Bad Girls of the Bible, chapter by chapter. Wonderful! Either way, through the pages of this workbook, I’ll be right there with you, encouraging us all to grow in grace–Liz Curtis Higgs

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