LOOK WHAT I FOUND–MEHY

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The Pharaoh’s Daughter – Bible Study—Week #4 Click on the following title to print today’s devotional: Look What I Found—Mehy’s Voices “Who is Mehy?” you ask. I believe Mehy may be the Egyptian name of our biblical Moses. Mehy was an historical military figure who is recorded with Pharaoh Sety on the northern exterior wall of Egypt’s Great Hypostyle Hall. In The Pharaoh’s …

LOOK WHAT I FOUND–ANKHE AND JOCHEBED

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The Pharaoh’s Daughter –Bible Study—Week #3 Click on the following title to print today’s devotional: Look What I Found—Contrasting Jochebed and Ankhe After completing the last edit of The Pharaoh’s Daughter, I began formulating this 4-week Bible study. My assistant and I discussed the spiritual themes of the book and which character studies might illustrate them best. Three characters stood out immediately—Anippe, …

Look What I Found—Mered’s Steadfast Heart

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The Pharaoh’s Daughter – Bible Study—Week #2 Click on the following title to print today’s devotional: Look What I Found—Mered’s Peace Biblical novels give us a chance to meet folks we might not otherwise notice if a deeper story hadn’t been researched and written. Mered is one of those biblical characters. Lost in a long genealogy of the Tribe of Judah, Mered’s name …

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Look What I Found—Anippe’s Fear

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The Pharaoh’s Daughter – Bible Study—Week #1   Click on the following title to print today’s devotional:  LOOK WHAT I FOUND–ANIPPE’S FEAR That late, great philosopher of the 1960’s—the Beatles’ John Lennon (*grin*)—said there were two great motivators: fear and love. In The Pharaoh’s Daughter we meet a young girl, Anippe, whose life is full of one and devoid of the other. …

Who’s the Baby-Killin’ King?

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I don’t know about you, but when I encounter a genealogy in the Bible, I’ve been known to skip the whole thing and resume reading at the narrative. Can I get an, “Amen, Sistah”? And what’s with biblical ages? Seriously. Who can keep track of folks whose lifespan is 600 years—or more? Even people like Abraham or Job that hovered …