Sweet Silent Sunday

 

 

 

Sweet Silent Sunday

 

Coney Island Beach days in August

 

Memories of Summer 2018

 

During the last week of August specifically the last Wednesday and Thursday at the end of August I went to Coney Island Beach and Boardwalk when the temperature hit 100 degrees in New York City.  It was much cooler and more refreshing at Coney Island Brighton Beach.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My Goddesses and Saints are Among Us

My Goddesses and Saints are Among Us


New Acrylic painting and Mixed Media Photo Picture Collage by DeBorah Ann Palmer, titled My Goddesses and Saints are Among Us


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Zipporah’s House of Redemption and Restoration

Zipporah’s House of Redemption and Restoration


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http://www.blackhistoryinthebible.com/the-shemites/zipporah-the-midianite-wife-of-moses/

Zipporah was one of seven Midianite sisters that mistook Moses for an Egyptian after he saved them from the men at the well (Exodus 2:16-19). Her father Jethro was the priest of Midian, and it was he that gave Zipporah to Moses to marry. While she is introduced early in Exodus, very little is said about her. In fact, she’s only mentioned three times in scripture.

  • Zipporah: meaning bird or little bird.

The First Wife of Moses

What isn’t immediately obvious in scripture is that Moses had two wives and Zipporah was the first. This is actually a topic that is debated often, but scripture is clear that Moses married two different women from two different lineages. We can prove that by tracing their lineages in scripture.

  • Zipporah was a descendant of Abraham’s son Midian, who was born to Keturah. Ketrah was Abrham’s third wife. This means that Zipporah is a descendant of the line of Shem (Genesis 25:1-2).
  • Moses’ second wife is unnamed and referred to as an Ethiopian in the KJV and a Cushite in most other translations (Numbers 12:1). Cushites were descendants from the line of Ham through his son Cush.

By looking at the lineages we can safely conclude that Moses had at least two wives mentioned in scripture. Zipporah was the wife that gave birth to the two sons of Moses:

Zipporah’s Children