Thursday, October 1, 2015

Women in the Life of Jesus

In the month of October, I will be participating in a Write 31 Days Challenge. The goal of the challenge is to choose a topic and write about it for 31 days. 

So, for the next 31 days, I plan to write about women in the Life of Jesus.

Some posts will be long, and some will be short. I will include fun links to Biblical fiction about a few of the women. If you click on the place where she lived in her story, there will be a link to a map.

Each woman I write about will have been connected to the Life of Jesus in some way. Five are in listed in His lineage, some are part of his family, and many are those that He ministered to.

These were real women who lived at different times in history.

Each of their lives had its own challenges, but they overcame and their outcomes with God was greater.

These lives were full of Grace.

I hope you find yourself somewhere in their stories, and feel hope, love, encouragement, and faith.

You are connected to Him too. May you come to know Him better as you read.

Listed below are the 31 days of Women in the Life of Jesus.

Day 1: Introductory Post
Day 2: Tamar
Day 3: Rahab
Day 4: Ruth
Day 5: Bathsheba, Part 1
Day 6: Bathsheba, Part 2
Day 7: Mary, the Mother of Jesus
Day 8: Elizabeth
Day 9: Anna
Day 10: The Samaritan Woman at the Well
Day 11: Peter's Mother-in-Law
Day 12: The Widow of Nain
Day 13: The Woman with the Alabaster Jar
Day 14: Joanna
Day 15: Mary Magdalene
Day 16: Woman With the Issue of Blood
Day 17: Jairus' Wife
Day 18: Jairus' Daughter
Day 19: The Syrophoenician Woman
Day 20: Martha
Day 21: Woman Caught in Adultery
Day 22: Woman with the Spirit of Infirmity
Day 23: Mary of Bethany
Day 24: The Woman with Ten Pieces of Silver
Day 25: The High Priest's Servant Girl
Day 26: Herodias and Salome
Day 27: The Wife of Pontius Pilate
Day 28: The Women at the Cross
Day 29:  Women at the Resurrection/Mary the Evangelist
Day 30:  Women in the Upper Room
Day 31: Women and Ephesians 4