Women of the Bible Archive
Lot’s wife is one of those Biblical characters we usually don’t think about very much. If we do, it is usually with a very negative impression. She is given no name of her own and is mentioned
Scene 25: Mary of Magdala (Easter) (John 20) - Mary of Magdala is brave enough to visit the empty tomb and joyfully finds her teacher disguised as the gardener. She and the others finally “get it” about
Scene 24: The Passion According to Mary (John 19:25-27) – Mary sees her son condemned, tortured, and dead on a cross! What must this be like for any mother, much less the son of God! Listen on
Scene 23: Pilate’s Wife (Matt. 27:19) – She had a dream that Jesus was innocent and tried to warn Pilate not to harm him, but would he listen to her intuitions and advice? Listen on the Player:
Scene 22: Mary of Bethany (Luke 7:38-39) – Mary of Bethany, Martha’s sister is head-over-feet for Jesus and washes them with her hair. She is so grateful that Jesus has raised her brother Lazarus from the dead!
Scene 21: Martha and Mary of Bethany (Martha and Lazarus’ Sister) (Luke 10:38-42) – Martha (as in Martha Stewart!) is passionate about many inconsequential things. But she stops multi-tasking long enough to “get it” about Jesus’ message.
Scene 19: Woman with Hemorrhage (Luke 8:43-48) – The prayerful and repentant woman with a hemorrhage skillfully manages to maneuver herself in the crowd, trying to touch the rabbi Jesus, knowing that this will heal her! Listen