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Hi, and welcome to All God’s Women. I’m Sharon Wilharm, your host for the show, and I’m excited to take you on a journey through the Bible focusing our attention on all the women in the Bible. We talk about women you’ve heard of all your life and women you’ve never heard of. Each has a story to tell, and I love sharing them. Together we discover life lessons we can take away from each of these ancient women and apply them to our modern day lives. Join me each week for the latest episode of All God’s Women.
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In today’s episode of All God’s Women we kick off the Women of Christmas series with Elizabeth, wife of Zacharias, mother of John the Baptist, and cousin of Mary. Elizabeth had every reason to feel like the best years of her life were long gone, but God, in His infinite goodness, saved the best for last. We can learn so much from Elizabeth’s story as she went through many experiences that we, too, go through. We can easily feel too old to be used. We can question God, wondering why He won’t answer our prayers. Hopefully, though, we can be like Elizabeth and continue praying even though the world would tell us that it’s a hopeless cause.We can gain hope and encouragement from the way that God miraculously allowed a feeble woman to give birth to a mighty son. We can be challenged in our role as older woman to be there for younger women when they need us, and to treat them with dignity and respect despite their youth. And lastly, we can be reminded of how important it is to rejoice with those around us. When others are blessed by God, may we celebrate with them rather than being envious or jealous. May we delight in the miracles God gives to others.All God's Women is a Bible study podcast where we journey through the Bible one woman at a time. If you enjoy learning about women in the Bible, tune in each week to learn about a different Bible woman.Social Corner:All God's Women on FacebookAll God's Women Bible Study Group on FacebookAll God's Women on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on FacebookHost Sharon Wilharm on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on InstagramHost Sharon Wilharm on LinkedInHost Sharon Wilharm on PinterestHost Sharon Wilharm is a Christian speaker, female filmmaker, and women's ministry leader. Check out her movies available Amazon Prime, TubiTV, and other online streaming platforms. To learn more about Sharon and her movies, visit her website. 
Hi and welcome to All God’s Women. I’m Sharon Wilharm, your host, and today is the last of the National Podcast Post Month bonus episodes. Yes, I know, it’s only the 28th. However, my photographer daughter and I did some creative brainstorming this week while they were visiting for Thanksgiving, and I’m excited to announce that All God’s Women is getting a facelift. So I’ll be working on that getting ready to have the new look in time for the Women of Christmas series launching Wednesday, December 2.Now, the podcast itself will remain the same. But the graphics will have a completely new look. And I am so excited about that. You see, I had this original vision for the podcast logo and graphics, but I couldn’t bring it to life. So I stumbled upon the yellow photo and ran with that. And I know a lot of you love the yellow. But I promise, you’re going to love the new look even better. It so much better expresses who I am an the message I’m sharing. So be watching for that in a few days.In the meantime let’s time a few moments to look at one verse in Isaiah that leads into the Women of Christmas series. The verse is found in Isaiah 7:14. Perhaps you’re familiar with it. It’s mentioned often in Christmas pageants. 
Hi and welcome to All God’s Women. I’m Sharon Wilharm, your host, and it’s day 27 of National Podcast Post Month.Today we’re looking at Isaiah’s wife. You would think considering Isaiah was such a prominent figure in the Bible and the book of Isaiah is one of the longest books in the Bible with 66 chapters, that there would plenty of coverage of Mrs. Isaiah. In fact, though, she is mentioned only once. In Isaiah 8:3 we’re told, “Then I went to the prophetess, and she conceived and bore a son.” That’s it. That’s the only time she’s mentioned. All God's Women is a Bible study podcast where we journey through the Bible one woman at a time. If you enjoy learning about women in the Bible, tune in each week to learn about a different Bible woman.Don't miss out on the daily bonus episodes being released as part of National Podcast Post Month. You can find them on your favorite podcast platform or listen directly at the website.Social Corner:All God's Women on FacebookAll God's Women Bible Study Group on FacebookAll God's Women on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on FacebookHost Sharon Wilharm on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on InstagramHost Sharon Wilharm on LinkedInHost Sharon Wilharm on PinterestHost Sharon Wilharm is a Christian speaker, female filmmaker, and women's ministry leader. Check out her movies available Amazon Prime, TubiTV, and other online streaming platforms. To learn more about Sharon and her movies, visit her website. 
Hi and welcome to All God’s Women. I’m Sharon Wilharm, your host, and it’s day 26 of National Podcast Post Month. Not only that, but it’s Thanksgiving Day here in the US. So instead of doing a traditional episode, or even a regular bonus episode, I want to do something different. On this day of Thanksgiving, I want to say thank you to each and every one of you who has taken time out of your busy schedules to spend some time with me and All God’s Women. There’s literally thousands of you, which, honestly, blows my mind. I am so grateful to each and every one of you. But today I’m going to take some time to call out cities where we have one lone woman who faithfully tunes in to All God’s Women. I may not know you’re name, but I see your cities pop up in the statistics, and I thank God for you, and I want you to know that I am praying for you today. 
In today’s episode of All God’s Women we look at Jehosheba, a woman who saw senseless murders happening right before her eyes, and found a way to save the life of an innocent baby.We meet Jehosheba in 2 Kings chapter 11. Her story intersects with Athaliah and Zibiah. So let’s first get clear on how everyone is related. Jehosheba was the daughter of King Johoram, Athaliah’s husband, but Jehosheba’s mother was a lesser wife. Jehosheba was the half-sister of Ahaziah, Zibiah’s husband. Ahaziah was the son of Athaliah and the father of Joash. So now, who was Jehosheba? Not only was she a princess, the daughter of King Johoram, but she was the wife of the high priest, Jehoiada. Got it? Yeah, I know. You pretty much need to draw out a family tree to keep up with all the kings and queens and their relatives. But it will fall into place as I share the story.All God's Women is a Bible study podcast where we journey through the Bible one woman at a time. If you enjoy learning about women in the Bible, tune in each week to learn about a different Bible woman.Don't miss out on the daily bonus episodes being released as part of National Podcast Post Month. You can find them on your favorite podcast platform or listen directly at the website.Social Corner:All God's Women on FacebookAll God's Women Bible Study Group on FacebookAll God's Women on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on FacebookHost Sharon Wilharm on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on InstagramHost Sharon Wilharm on LinkedInHost Sharon Wilharm on PinterestHost Sharon Wilharm is a Christian speaker, female filmmaker, and women's ministry leader. Check out her movies available Amazon Prime, TubiTV, and other online streaming platforms. To learn more about Sharon and her movies, visit her website. 
Hi and welcome to All God’s Women. I’m Sharon Wilharm, your host, and it’s day 24 of National Podcast Post Month.Today we look at another symbolic group of women, those who are snares and nets to unsuspecting men. We find her mentioned in Ecclesiastes 7:26. We  need to ask ourselves if we’re acting as a snare, a net, or a fetter. We may be doing it unknowingly, even going so far as to think we’re acting in love. We may be doing it so long we don’t know how to stop. Our only hope is in the Lord.All God's Women is a Bible study podcast where we journey through the Bible one woman at a time. If you enjoy learning about women in the Bible, tune in each week to learn about a different Bible woman.Don't miss out on the daily bonus episodes being released as part of National Podcast Post Month. You can find them on your favorite podcast platform or listen directly at the website.Social Corner:All God's Women on FacebookAll God's Women Bible Study Group on FacebookAll God's Women on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on FacebookHost Sharon Wilharm on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on InstagramHost Sharon Wilharm on LinkedInHost Sharon Wilharm on PinterestHost Sharon Wilharm is a Christian speaker, female filmmaker, and women's ministry leader. Check out her movies available Amazon Prime, TubiTV, and other online streaming platforms. To learn more about Sharon and her movies, visit her website. 
Hi and welcome to All God’s Women. I’m Sharon Wilharm, your host, and it’s day 23 of National Podcast Post Month.In today’s bonus episode we look at Lemuel’s Mother. Don’t remember her? She’s the author of the famous 31st Proverb. If not for Lemuel’s Mother and Proverbs 31, there wouldn’t be an All God’s Women podcast. You see, it all began about 2 years ago when I started a monthly Bible study luncheon at my house. I chose Proverbs 31 as the focus of our first 6 months. And as I prepared for my first lesson, I was surprised to discover it was advice given to King Lemuel by his mother. All God's Women is a Bible study podcast where we journey through the Bible one woman at a time. If you enjoy learning about women in the Bible, tune in each week to learn about a different Bible woman.Don't miss out on the daily bonus episodes being released as part of National Podcast Post Month. You can find them on your favorite podcast platform or listen directly at the website.Social Corner:All God's Women on FacebookAll God's Women Bible Study Group on FacebookAll God's Women on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on FacebookHost Sharon Wilharm on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on InstagramHost Sharon Wilharm on LinkedInHost Sharon Wilharm on PinterestHost Sharon Wilharm is a Christian speaker, female filmmaker, and women's ministry leader. Check out her movies available Amazon Prime, TubiTV, and other online streaming platforms. To learn more about Sharon and her movies, visit her website. 
Hi and welcome to All God’s Women. I’m Sharon Wilharm, your host, and it’s day 22 of National Podcast Post Month.Yesterday I said we’d be covering Zeresh today. But then when I started working on her, there was way too much to talk about to try to cover her in a bonus episode. So she’s been promoted to a full episode in January, and today we’ll talk instead about Daughters as Cornerstones.Daughters as Cornerstones is a symbolic term mentioned once in Psalm 144. The psalm is a poetic praise. David opens by blessing the Lord and going through attributes of God. He talks about God’s power and all He does for His people. I challenge you to take a moment and read Psalm 144 in full. It’s only 15 verses, so it won’t take long. But it’s a beautiful tribute to the Lord and a reminder of who we are in Him. All God's Women is a Bible study podcast where we journey through the Bible one woman at a time. If you enjoy learning about women in the Bible, tune in each week to learn about a different Bible woman.Don't miss out on the daily bonus episodes being released as part of National Podcast Post Month. You can find them on your favorite podcast platform or listen directly at the website.Social Corner:All God's Women on FacebookAll God's Women Bible Study Group on FacebookAll God's Women on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on FacebookHost Sharon Wilharm on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on InstagramHost Sharon Wilharm on LinkedInHost Sharon Wilharm on PinterestHost Sharon Wilharm is a Christian speaker, female filmmaker, and women's ministry leader. Check out her movies available Amazon Prime, TubiTV, and other online streaming platforms. To learn more about Sharon and her movies, visit her website. 
Hi and welcome to All God’s Women. I’m Sharon Wilharm, your host, and it’s day 21 of National Podcast Post Month.Today we look at Noadiah, an Old Testament prophetess. She’s mentioned in only one verse, but what a sad verse it is.Nehemiah 6:14 says, “My God, remember Tobiah and Sanballat, according to these their works, and the prophetess Noadiah and the rest of the prophets who would have made me afraid.”All God's Women is a Bible study podcast where we journey through the Bible one woman at a time. If you enjoy learning about women in the Bible, tune in each week to learn about a different Bible woman.Don't miss out on the daily bonus episodes being released as part of National Podcast Post Month. You can find them on your favorite podcast platform or listen directly at the website.Social Corner:All God's Women on FacebookAll God's Women Bible Study Group on FacebookAll God's Women on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on FacebookHost Sharon Wilharm on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on InstagramHost Sharon Wilharm on LinkedInHost Sharon Wilharm on PinterestHost Sharon Wilharm is a Christian speaker, female filmmaker, and women's ministry leader. Check out her movies available Amazon Prime, TubiTV, and other online streaming platforms. To learn more about Sharon and her movies, visit her website. 
Hi and welcome to All God’s Women. I’m Sharon Wilharm, your host, and it’s day 20 of National Podcast Post Month.I’m excited to announce that we are done with the wives of kings and mothers of kings. No more, his mother’s name was… and he followed the Lord, or his mother’s name was… and he did evil in the sight of the Lord.No, in today’s bonus episode we move into the book of Nehemiah. Now, when I was in college, I had a preacher who spent probably a year or so preaching through the book of Nehemiah. As a result, I fell in love with that book. But it’s been awhile, and I don’t recall reading about Shallum’s daughters. But I’m glad to have discovered them now. So often we get discouraged as women feeling limited in what we can do. But when the need is great and the workers are few, women who are willing to get a little dirt under their fingernails are always appreciated. This was men’s work, but Shallum enlisted the help of his daughters and they willingly served alongside the men.What about you? Are there needs around you, but you ignore them because, well, they’re hard work? Maybe it involves manual labor. Maybe it just means stepping out of your comfort zone. It couldn’t have been easy for Shallum’s daughters to build a section of wall. But they saw a need, and they filled the need. Are you willing to do the same?All God's Women is a Bible study podcast where we journey through the Bible one woman at a time. If you enjoy learning about women in the Bible, tune in each week to learn about a different Bible woman.Don't miss out on the daily bonus episodes being released as part of National Podcast Post Month. You can find them on your favorite podcast platform or listen directly at the website.Social Corner:All God's Women on FacebookAll God's Women Bible Study Group on FacebookAll God's Women on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on FacebookHost Sharon Wilharm on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on InstagramHost Sharon Wilharm on LinkedInHost Sharon Wilharm on PinterestHost Sharon Wilharm is a Christian speaker, female filmmaker, and women's ministry leader. Check out her movies available Amazon Prime, TubiTV, and other online streaming platforms. To learn more about Sharon and her movies, visit her website. 
Hi and welcome to All God’s Women. I’m Sharon Wilharm, your host, and it’s day 19 of National Podcast Post Month.Today we look at Jedidah, wife of King Amon and mother of King Josiah. She’s mentioned in only one verse, 2 Kings 22:1. “Josiah was eight years old when he became king, and he reigned thirty-one years in Jerusalem. His mother’s name was Jedidah the daughter of Adaiah of Bozkath.” It’s followed by, “And he did what was right in the sight of the LORD, and walked in all the ways of his father David; he did not turn aside to the right hand or to the left.”You know what that means. Jedidah is given credit for Josiah following God. All God's Women is a Bible study podcast where we journey through the Bible one woman at a time. If you enjoy learning about women in the Bible, tune in each week to learn about a different Bible woman.Don't miss out on the daily bonus episodes being released as part of National Podcast Post Month. You can find them on your favorite podcast platform or listen directly at the website.Social Corner:All God's Women on FacebookAll God's Women Bible Study Group on FacebookAll God's Women on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on FacebookHost Sharon Wilharm on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on InstagramHost Sharon Wilharm on LinkedInHost Sharon Wilharm on PinterestHost Sharon Wilharm is a Christian speaker, female filmmaker, and women's ministry leader. Check out her movies available Amazon Prime, TubiTV, and other online streaming platforms. To learn more about Sharon and her movies, visit her website. 
How far would you go to get your way? What if your children or grandchildren were keeping you from achieving your dream? Would you be willing to murder them?I hope not. I usually try to find some connection to each of the women we study, but I’m having a hard time with today’s woman. Remember back when we talked about Jezebel and we thought she was bad? Well, she’s nothing compared to her daughter Athaliah. Ladies, that Athaliah, was one evil woman.I usually try to give us a takeaway and show how we have something in common with the women we study, but I really hope there’s no one listening who can relate to Athaliah. I’m sure, though, there are some women who have your eyes on a goal and are fixated on reaching that goal. Perhaps, like Athaliah, you feel handicapped by being a woman in a man’s world, so you think you have to be more aggressive and do whatever you have to do, trampling over everyone else, to reach your goal. Oh, ladies, there’s nothing wrong with chasing dreams, but please consider the cost. Is it worth it to gain the prize if you lose your loved ones in the process? You may not actually murder, but you can still do damage by the way you treat others. We’re all leaving a legacy of some kind. Good or bad, no matter who we are, we are impacting others around us. Oh that we might leave a positive influence and not be used as an example of what not to be.All God's Women is a Bible study podcast where we journey through the Bible one woman at a time. If you enjoy learning about women in the Bible, tune in each week to learn about a different Bible woman.Don't miss out on the daily bonus episodes being released as part of National Podcast Post Month. You can find them on your favorite podcast platform or listen directly at the website.Social Corner:All God's Women on FacebookAll God's Women Bible Study Group on FacebookAll God's Women on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on FacebookHost Sharon Wilharm on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on InstagramHost Sharon Wilharm on LinkedInHost Sharon Wilharm on PinterestHost Sharon Wilharm is a Christian speaker, female filmmaker, and women's ministry leader. Check out her movies available Amazon Prime, TubiTV, and other online streaming platforms. To learn more about Sharon and her movies, visit her website. 
Hi and welcome to All God’s Women. I’m Sharon Wilharm, your host, and it’s day 17 of National Podcast Post Month.Today we look at Hephzibah, another wife of a king and mother of a king. She’s mentioned in only one verse, 2 Kings 21:1.We’re told, “Manasseh was twelve years old when he began to reign, and reigned fifty and five years in Jerusalem. And his mother's name was Hephzibah.”So, do you want to take a guess at what the next verse says? All God's Women is a Bible study podcast where we journey through the Bible one woman at a time. If you enjoy learning about women in the Bible, tune in each week to learn about a different Bible woman.Don't miss out on the daily bonus episodes being released as part of National Podcast Post Month. You can find them on your favorite podcast platform or listen directly at the website.Social Corner:All God's Women on FacebookAll God's Women Bible Study Group on FacebookAll God's Women on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on FacebookHost Sharon Wilharm on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on InstagramHost Sharon Wilharm on LinkedInHost Sharon Wilharm on PinterestHost Sharon Wilharm is a Christian speaker, female filmmaker, and women's ministry leader. Check out her movies available Amazon Prime, TubiTV, and other online streaming platforms. To learn more about Sharon and her movies, visit her website. 
Bonus Episode - Zibiah

Bonus Episode - Zibiah

2020-11-1603:32

Hi and welcome to All God’s Women. I’m Sharon Wilharm, your host, and it’s day 16 of National Podcast Post Month.Today we look at Zibiah, another wife of a king, mother of a king. We find her mentioned in 2 Kings 12:1.“In the seventh year of Jehu, Jehoash became king, and he reigned forty years in Jerusalem. His mother’s name was Zibiah of Beersheba.”It continues in verse 2 with, “Jehoash did what was right in the sight of the LORD all the days in which Jehoiada the priest instructed him.”All God's Women is a Bible study podcast where we journey through the Bible one woman at a time. If you enjoy learning about women in the Bible, tune in each week to learn about a different Bible woman.Don't miss out on the daily bonus episodes being released as part of National Podcast Post Month. You can find them on your favorite podcast platform or listen directly at the website.Social Corner:All God's Women on FacebookAll God's Women Bible Study Group on FacebookAll God's Women on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on FacebookHost Sharon Wilharm on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on InstagramHost Sharon Wilharm on LinkedInHost Sharon Wilharm on PinterestHost Sharon Wilharm is a Christian speaker, female filmmaker, and women's ministry leader. Check out her movies available Amazon Prime, TubiTV, and other online streaming platforms. To learn more about Sharon and her movies, visit her website. 
Hi and welcome to All God’s Women. I’m Sharon Wilharm, your host, and it’s day 15 of National Podcast Post Month.Today we look at Maachah, which, surprisingly, there are seven Maachah’s in the Bible. But we’re going to focus in on the granddaughter of Absolom and the wife of King Rehoboam. We first meet her in 1 Kings 15, but I want to look first at 2 Chronicles 11:20-22. In verse 20 we’re told that Rohaboam married her and she bore him Abijah, Attai, Ziza, and Shelomith. Then we learn that Rohaboam loved her more than any of his other wives and concubines, which is pretty impressive, considering he had 18 wives and 60 concubines. He fathered 28 sons and 60 daughters, but he appointed Maacha’s son Abijah as crown prince to succeed him as king.All God's Women is a Bible study podcast where we journey through the Bible one woman at a time. If you enjoy learning about women in the Bible, tune in each week to learn about a different Bible woman.Don't miss out on the daily bonus episodes being released as part of National Podcast Post Month. You can find them on your favorite podcast platform or listen directly at the website.Social Corner:All God's Women on FacebookAll God's Women Bible Study Group on FacebookAll God's Women on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on FacebookHost Sharon Wilharm on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on InstagramHost Sharon Wilharm on LinkedInHost Sharon Wilharm on PinterestHost Sharon Wilharm is a Christian speaker, female filmmaker, and women's ministry leader. Check out her movies available Amazon Prime, TubiTV, and other online streaming platforms. To learn more about Sharon and her movies, visit her website. 
Hi and welcome to All God’s Women. I’m Sharon Wilharm, your host, and it’s day 14 of National Podcast Post Month.So now, I warned you, today’s story is not pretty. In fact, it’s quite disturbing. But it’s included in the Bible for a reason, and as gory as it is, it’s a message that needs to be shared. In 2 Kings 6 verses 26-30 we meet two mothers. Earlier in chapter 6 we find unrest between Israel and Syria leading to the king of Syria gathering his army and besieging Samaria. Add to that there was a famine. The economy reached the point where a donkey’s head sold for 80 shekels of silver and a fourth of a cab of dove droppings sold for five shekels of silver. Donkey heads and dove droppings! People were desperate!These were dire times. But when mothers nonchalantly kill their children and think nothing of it, something is wrong. When mothers sacrifice their sons to serve themselves, there’s a bigger problem than lack of food. It’s no wonder the king tore his robes and went around in sackcloth. Don't miss out on the daily bonus episodes being released as part of National Podcast Post Month. You can find them on your favorite podcast platform or listen directly at the website.Social Corner:All God's Women on FacebookAll God's Women Bible Study Group on FacebookAll God's Women on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on FacebookHost Sharon Wilharm on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on InstagramHost Sharon Wilharm on LinkedInHost Sharon Wilharm on PinterestHost Sharon Wilharm is a Christian speaker, female filmmaker, and women's ministry leader. Check out her movies available Amazon Prime, TubiTV, and other online streaming platforms. To learn more about Sharon and her movies, visit her website. 
Bonus Episode - Azubah

Bonus Episode - Azubah

2020-11-1303:04

Hi and welcome to All God’s Women. I’m Sharon Wilharm, your host, and it’s day 13 of National Podcast Post Month.Today we look at Azubah, another mother whose influence weighed heavy on her son. Azubah was the wife of King Asa and mother of Jehoshaphat. She’s mentioned twice.Don't miss out on the daily bonus episodes being released as part of National Podcast Post Month. You can find them on your favorite podcast platform or listen directly at the website.Social Corner:All God's Women on FacebookAll God's Women Bible Study Group on FacebookAll God's Women on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on FacebookHost Sharon Wilharm on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on InstagramHost Sharon Wilharm on LinkedInHost Sharon Wilharm on PinterestHost Sharon Wilharm is a Christian speaker, female filmmaker, and women's ministry leader. Check out her movies available Amazon Prime, TubiTV, and other online streaming platforms. To learn more about Sharon and her movies, visit her website. 
Hi and welcome to All God’s Women. I’m Sharon Wilharm, your host, and it’s day 12 of National Podcast Post Month.Today we look at Haggith, another woman who is only mentioned in context with her son. But her context is completely different than that of Zeruiah who we looked at on Tuesday.We learn in 2 Samuel 3:4 that Haggith was David’s fifth wife and mother of his fourth son. Don't miss out on the daily bonus episodes being released as part of National Podcast Post Month. You can find them on your favorite podcast platform or listen directly at the website.Social Corner:All God's Women on FacebookAll God's Women Bible Study Group on FacebookAll God's Women on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on FacebookHost Sharon Wilharm on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on InstagramHost Sharon Wilharm on LinkedInHost Sharon Wilharm on PinterestHost Sharon Wilharm is a Christian speaker, female filmmaker, and women's ministry leader. Check out her movies available Amazon Prime, TubiTV, and other online streaming platforms. To learn more about Sharon and her movies, visit her website. 
Have you ever found yourself in a place you didn’t want to be? Have you ever wondered how God could possibly use you in the situation you’re in? In today’s episode of All God’s Women we look at a beautiful testimony of God at work through a humble servant girl. Though she’s only mentioned in one verse, she is the personification of what a Christian woman should be.In 2 Kings chapter 5 we’re introduced to Naaman. He was commander of the army of the king of Syria. He was a great and honorable man of valor, and a victorious warrior, but he had leprosy. We all know the familiar phrase in Esther “for such a time as this”. Although the phrase itself is only found in that one instance, the concept is throughout the Bible. That little servant girl was in Naaman’s household for such a time as that. You are where you currently are for such a time as this. In the days ahead we may very find ourselves in places we never intended to be. Situations may not be of our choosing. But we will have the choice of what we do in those situations. When you’re whisked away from the comfort of your former life and thrown into an unfamiliar world, you have the choice to wallow in darkness or to shed light in the darkness. The choice is yours. What will it be?Don't miss out on the daily bonus episodes being released as part of National Podcast Post Month. You can find them on your favorite podcast platform or listen directly at the website.Social Corner:All God's Women on FacebookAll God's Women Bible Study Group on FacebookAll God's Women on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on FacebookHost Sharon Wilharm on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on InstagramHost Sharon Wilharm on LinkedInHost Sharon Wilharm on PinterestHost Sharon Wilharm is a Christian speaker, female filmmaker, and women's ministry leader. Check out her movies available Amazon Prime, TubiTV, and other online streaming platforms. To learn more about Sharon and her movies, visit her website. 
Hi and welcome to All God’s Women. I’m Sharon Wilharm, your host, and it’s day 10 of National Podcast Post Month.Today we look at Zeruiah, half-sister of David. She’s mentioned 25 times in the Bible and yet we’re not anything about her other than her relationship to  David, her husband, and her sons. Either her husband died young or else Zeruiah was the more prominent member of the marriage because whenever her sons are mentioned, it’s always that they were the sons of Zeruiah with no mention of her husband.Zeruiah lived a life in the shadows. We have no record of her doing anything other than raising three sons. And yet, 25 times her sons are listed as being the sons of Zeruiah.Don't miss out on the daily bonus episodes being released as part of National Podcast Post Month. You can find them on your favorite podcast platform or listen directly at the website.Social Corner:All God's Women on FacebookAll God's Women Bible Study Group on FacebookAll God's Women on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on FacebookHost Sharon Wilharm on TwitterHost Sharon Wilharm on InstagramHost Sharon Wilharm on LinkedInHost Sharon Wilharm on PinterestHost Sharon Wilharm is a Christian speaker, female filmmaker, and women's ministry leader. Check out her movies available Amazon Prime, TubiTV, and other online streaming platforms. To learn more about Sharon and her movies, visit her website. 
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