- Animal Stories to Women of the Bible
- Who are these Women?
- The Woman who caused a Revival
- The Woman in room 2
- The mother of Ishmael
- The mother of Isaac
- The Leader under the Tree
- Deborah, the Woman Judge
- Three Women related to a Great Leader
- The Women in Moses’ life
- Paul and Silas meets a Business Woman
- Lydia, the Business Woman
- 7 Queens in Scripture
- 3 Queen Mothers in Scripture
- Queens from Sheba and Persia
- Queens from Babylon and Ethiopia
- Her Story
As the days went by, the heroes and heroines noticed there were women who kept to themselves and then there were women who formed groups. There were also women who steered away from each other in the same way Sarah and Hagar did.
The hero and heroines approached three women who were enjoying each other’s company. When they began conversing with these three women, they found out they had similar memories. They decided to solve the mystery of these women together.
The heroes and heroines noticed the following:
- One woman was much older than the other two.
- The older woman and one of the younger women looked like each other. They could be family, a mother and daughter perhaps. Then who was the third women?
- The three women enjoyed each other’s company.
- All three women were courageous women; they were not cowards or scared of life.
- They came from different nations.
- They spoke with different accents.
They interviewed the women and received the following information:
- We believe we come from different backgrounds but there is one major thread that binds us together. We think it is a man.
- He was no ordinary man, but a great leader.
- He believed in God and obeyed God.
- All three of us had feared for his life at some stage.
- The older woman: “I think it is possible that I could have been his mother. When I think of him I experience great joy and a great loss.” She was confused because it seemed as if she had a great influence in his life but he did not grow up in her house.
- One of the younger women: “I have this distinct memory of tending my father’s sheep. My father only had daughters, no son. I have this memory of the other shepherds making it difficult for us and being rescued by this man. I think I loved him the way a wife loves her husband.”
- The other woman: “I know I love to sing and to worship. There are so many things that confuse me at this stage, but one thing I am certain of. I am a worshipper. I had a high regard for this man, but I suspect I was also jealous of him being the leader.”
- All three knew the desert played a very important role in their lives.
- The older woman and one of the younger women thought they had lived in Egypt, but they were not Egyptians. They did not have pleasant memories about Egypt.
- The older woman told the heroes and heroines: “I believe this man had travelled in the desert more than once. I am certain he had first travelled alone and later with many people.”
- One of the younger women agreed: “I am sure that I had accompanied him in his desert travels. I am almost certain we were very close but my jealousy caused trouble.”
- The other woman confirmed the desert travels: “I think I had met him in the desert. I also remember meeting him and joining him during his travels in the desert.
The heroes and heroines were very excited to find out who these women were. They were also very keen to solve the mystery of the man these women spoke of. He must have been a great leader. Who was he? Who are these women?