The wife of Phinehas comes in during a very bad time in the Old Testament. 1 Samuel chapter 4 tells all about it. The Israelites were fighting against the Philistines (again) and had already been defeated once. When they regrouped to go back out and fight, they decided to take the ark of God with them. Surely, this would help them win the battle! Unfortunately, it didn’t.
Over 3.2 million students are victims of bullying each year. One in four women have experienced domestic violence in her lifetime. There are an estimated 146,357 deaths each day. With all this tragedy going on in the world where can we find hope, freedom, and healing?
Along with Jochebed and Miriam, God used Pharaoh’s daughter to help preserve the life of Moses. Moses was later called by God to lead His people from slavery in Egypt and to the edge of the Promised Land. Even though her father wanted all the Hebrew baby boys to be killed, Pharaoh’s daughter knew this command was wrong. Exodus 2:6 says “she had compassion on him (Moses).” Read her whole story in Exodus 2:5-10. She is also mentioned in Acts 7:21-22 and Hebrews 11:24-28.
Who is God?
God Himself gives us the answer in Exodus 3:14. He says, “I AM who I AM.”
But what is I AM?
from Madame Noire:
Twenty-year-old Keke Palmer is notably one of the most successful child actresses who transitioned flawlessly into adulthood. With hit television shows and movies under her belt, Palmer will become the youngest talk show host in the history of television, this upcoming summer. With the announcement of her new talk show, The Keke Project, MadameNoire got a chance to catch up with Keke about her latest success. In the midst of our giggles and Keke preaching to the choir, she gave insight on her dating life and how she plans to change television, and, truth be told, she is wiser than many double her age. Jump into our interview to read her sage advice.