The Women of the Bible Speak Free Audiobook

The Women of the Bible Speak (2021)

By studying the lives of the women of the Bible, we can learn what it means to be women of faith.

Many people who aren’t familiar with the Bible assume that women play a minor role in the Bible. But in fact, women were central figures in numerous biblical tales.

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Fox News Channel’s Shannon Bream opens up the lives of 16 biblical women by pairing them together and contrasting their journeys. By reflecting on the lives of each individual, Shannon helps us understand not only the meaning of each person’s life, and how they relate to each other, but also how they relate to us./p>

“By telling each woman’s unique story, Shannon provides us with wisdom and insights that we can use to transform our own lives today.”

The Book Guide® Editor

From the shepherds of ancient Israel who helped nurture the future leaders of the Jewish people, to the courageous early Christian women, the biblical narrative offers us many vivid and interesting female characters. We can see common struggles to overcome bitterness, despair, and self-pity and instead find our true selves in faith, joy, and love. By reading this book, we can learn from their experiences and see how they navigated their own faith journeys.

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