Tag: women of the Bible

The Gardener’s Son – Woman, Why do you weep?

Did you ever wonder why Jesus was supposed to be a Gardener that day outside the tomb? Of all the professions of men his identity that Resurrection Day was seen to a woman as a Gardener, Why? In the Gospel of John we can see there is something special about Mary from Magdalene from her

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The Bathing Beauty: Bathsheba

Behold, you desire truth in the inward being; therefore teach me wisdom in my secret heart. – Psalms 51:6 Among the genealogies of Jesus is a reference to one of five women who had a remarkable impact on the Messiah’s coming. One such woman is never recognized by her own name, referred to always as

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Mary: The Ultimate Wonder Woman

“Do YOU actually believe Mary was born without sin?” My non-catholic friends usually ask me this question at some point during our friendship. They do so with a pained expression or a haughty one. Those who’ve taken the time to know me and have born witness to my devotion to our Lord Jesus, usually express

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The Prostitute Tamar: A Woman of Great Faith?

“And he did not sleep with her again.” Genesis 38:26 I’ve always thought it interesting how many people can read this story of Tamar and Judah and have no trouble believing at all that the “harlot” Tamar was never touched again, nor bore any other children than her twins, but yet so many cannot believe

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