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Sarah

She was the wife of Abraham, the mother of the nation of Israel, yet Sarah was barren. She conceived in spite of her old age. Sarah was a good wife, a loyal helper and builder with Abraham. Her faith serves as a shining example for every person who has to wait on God to act.

Jochebed

Jochebedis the mother of Moses. To avoid the mass slaughter of Hebrew boys, she set her baby adrift in the Nile River, hoping someone would find him and raise him. Her baby was found by Pharaoh’s daughter. Jochebed became her own son’s nurse.

Hannah

She suffered long years of barrenness and was cruelly taunted by her husband’s other wife. But Hannah never gave up on God. Finally, her prayers were answered. She gave birth to Samuel and then did something entirely selfless. God favored Hannah with five more children.

Bathsheba

David stole her from her husband Uriah and even had him killed. God was displeased and sadly, their first baby died. Still, Bathsheba was loyal to David and their next son, Solomon, became Israel’s greatest king. From David’s line would come Jesus Christ. Bathsheba  is one of five women listed in Messiah’s ancestry.

Elizabeth

She was barren in her old age, and by a miracle, gave birth to a son named John (as an angel had instructed). Elizabeth’s joy was complete when her relative Mary visited her, pregnant herself, with the future Savior of the World. John became a great prophet.

Mary

She is the human mother of Jesus. Although she was only a young, humble peasant, Mary accepted God’s will for her life. She suffered shame, yet never doubted her Son for a moment. Mary was highly favored by God, a shining example of obedience and submission to God.

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