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When you have a problem, who do you turn to? Who do you go to for spiritual wisdom? Why do you go to that particular person?In today’s episode of All God’s Women we look at Huldah, a prophetess who was sought out by a king for her wisdom and insight. As I read about all the corruption in the days of Josiah and Huldah, it sounds, unfortunately, all too familiar. Doesn’t the world of their day sound an awful lot like today? Have we not lost sight of God’s law? Have we not filled our churches with traditions and practices from the world? Do we not have high places that we call spiritual, but that are far removed from true godly worship?  Are we not sacrificing our sons and daughters? Do we not have church leaders who are corrupt and leading their congregations astray? In a world where God’s people have lost sight of Him, where do we stand? If a young leader today was seeking after God and searching for someone to speak truth and wisdom, would your name come to their mind? Would they know that they could come to you and everything you said would be straight from 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.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. 
Do you seek wisdom or are you content with what you already know? Do you desire to grow and to learn more about God? How far would you go to grow?In today’s episode of All God’s Women we look at the Queen of Sheba, a woman who traveled thousands of miles to find answers to her most pressing questions about life and God. I’ve always been fascinated by the story of the Queen of Sheba. This glamorous woman, queen of her land, comes in search of wisdom from the wisest man who ever lived. We meet the unnamed queen in 1 Kings chapter 10 as well as 2 Chronicles chapter 9. Here was a female ruler of the country of Sheba in Arabia.  She kept hearing about King Solomon and how his God had granted him extraordinary wisdom and wealth, and she wanted to find out for herself if the reports she’d heard were true.The queen arranged for a giant caravan of camels bearing extravagant gifts of gold, precious stones, and spices and made the dangerous 1,200 mile trek through the desert in order to personally meet with Solomon.For All God's Women Bible study show notes, visit All God's Women websiteSocial 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. 
As a mother, what would you be willing to do in order to save your child? Would you give away your child to an unfit mother in order to save him from death? How far will your maternal instincts take you?In today’s episode of All God’s Women we look at two mothers and their dramatic court battle over custody of one of their children. Scripture Background1 Kings chapter 3For All God's Women Bible study show notes, visit All God's Women websiteSocial 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. 
Are you suffering or grieving today? Are you feeling hurt and alone perhaps thinking that no one has had to suffer quite like you have? Are you wondering if God Himself has forsaken you?If so, please know you’re not alone. The Bible is full of women who went through unspeakable tragedies. Today we look at one of those women. Rizpah, concubine of King Saul, was the victim of national gossip and then watched helplessly as her two sons were hanged for the sins of their father. And yet, through it all, she held her head high and reacted with dignity and strength. 2 Samuel 3:7-112 Samuel 21:1-14For All God's Women Bible study show notes, visit All God's Women websiteSocial 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. 
Do you sometimes wish you had different strengths or talents? Do you dismiss those things you’re good at, thinking they don’t really matter? Do you ever wonder how you could possibly be used to serve the Lord with the skillset you have? In today’s episode of All God’s Women we look at an unnamed woman from the city of Tekoa and see how God used her acting skills to bring together King David and his exiled son.Scripture Background2 Samuel 14For All God's Women Bible study show notes, visit All God's Women websiteSocial 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 been hurt by someone close to you? Did you assume you could trust them because they were family or a friend and then discover otherwise? Why does God allow innocent victims to be taken advantage of by people they trusted?In today’s episode of All God’s Women we look at Tamar, daughter of a king, yet an innocent victim of a horrific crime. What can we learn from her story?Scripture Background2 Samuel 132 Samuel 14:27For All God's Women Bible study show notes, visit All God's Women websiteSocial 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 done something you were ashamed of? How did you respond afterwards? Did you openly admit your sin or did you try to pretend it never happened? Were others impacted by your actions?In this week’s episode of All God’s Women, we look at Bathsheba, a woman caught in a scandalous situation. Was she an innocent victim or a willing participant? Either way, we can learn from her life’s experiences.Scripture Background2 Samuel 11-121 Kings 1For All God's Women Bible study show notes, visit All God's Women websiteSocial 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 made a mistake that caused harm to someone else? Did you have good intentions but fell short of what you were trying to do? What happens when despite our best efforts, we still fail?In today’s episode of All God’s Women we look at Mephibosheth’s nurse, a woman who acted heroically but tripped and fell in the midst of her heroic act. The impact of her tumble forever changed the life of her young charge. Mephibosheth’s nurse is an unnamed woman who is mentioned just once in the Bible. In 2 Samuel 4:4 we’re told, “Jonathan, Saul’s son, had a son who was lame in his feet. He was five years old when the news about Saul and Jonathan came from Jezreel; and his nurse took him up and fled. And it happened, as she made haste to flee, that he fell and became lame. His name was Mephibosheth.”Because of the nurse’s courage in grabbing him and hiding him away, he was later able to take his rightful place at the king’s table. His nurse never got to witness the fruits of her effort. All she saw was her failure. But God used her to save an heir to the kingdom. We may be like that nurse. All around us we see danger. Those around us are at risk of dying. They’re wondering around in confusion with no idea where to turn. It’s easy for us to panic, to say there’s nothing we can do. To be fearful of doing the wrong thing and making matters worse. God doesn’t expect us to be perfect. He knows our weaknesses and frailties. But if we keep our eyes on Him and grab those around us, determined to lead them to eternal life, He can take our humble efforts and do a mighty work through them. We may never live to see the fruits of our labor, but that doesn’t mean our work is in vain. Even if we stumble over the right words. If we fear we’ve only made things worse, God will reward our efforts. I challenge you to look around you. See those who are lost and seeking help. Be there for them, helping to guide them in the way that leads to life. If you’re wondering what to say or do, take it to God. Ask Him to speak through you. Use Romans 6:23 as your basis. Tell them your story of how you came to know Christ and how He’s worked in your life. Don’t delay. Commit today to making sure that when you get to heaven, you bring a crowd with you. For All God's Women Bible study show notes, visit All God's Women websiteSocial 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. 
We tend to read stories like Hannah’s and think that all we have to do is pray hard enough, and God will give us the desires of our heart. The problem is that we’ve got it all mixed up. We’re so busy making out our shopping list of prayer requests and then wondering why God doesn’t give us what we’re asking for. But that’s not how prayer works.Prayer is emptying ourselves and baring our soul to God, coming to Him completely broken, seeking not selfish pleasures, but allowing Him to open our eyes to what it is that He wants for us. When we give ourselves over to Him and to his desires, that is when we truly start to see answered prayer. For Bible study show notes, visit All God's Women websiteSocial 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. 
In the All God’s Women Bible study group I asked each of the women to share their favorite woman of the Bible. At the top of the list was Ruth. Hers is a story that inspires women of all ages. But who was Ruth? What is it about her that distinguishes her and endears her to everyone.I’ve got to admit, up until now, I never understood the appeal of Ruth. She seemed so simple and unexciting. I much preferred Naomi who had more spunk. But as I’ve delved into the story of Ruth, I realize it’s her simplicity that makes her so extraordinary.For Bible study show notes, visit All God's Women websiteSocial 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. 
I’m sure that in Jochobed’s plans for her son’s life, she never imagined co-parenting with an Egyptian princess, but look at how God used each of these women to impact his life. Jochobed provided the spiritual training,  teaching him the ways of our Lord. But Pharaoh’s daughter also helped mold him, providing him a quality education and influence. God knew that Moses needed more than just one Hebrew mom. He needed the influence of both women in order to fulfill the mighty task God had in store for him.How often do we think we know what our children need, when in reality, we have no clue? Fortunately for Moses, Jochobed was strong in her faith and trusted God with her beloved son. She allowed God to work in ways that made no sense to her, but took life day by day in obedience to Him even when that meant handing him over to a pagan princess. We, too, need to trust Him even when we don’t understand what He’s doing.Just a note of clarification. last week I introduced voice actors and guest experts. I thought it would add to this podcast, but I’ve been blessed with a number of painfully honest friends and listeners who have confirmed what I suspected as I recorded and edited last week’s episode. The consensus is unanimous. It didn’t work. Apparently, people much prefer my solo style storytelling verses breaking it up with other people. So this week, we’re  back to the original format. Scripture BackgroundExodus 2:1-10Helpful ResourcesFearless by Angela DonadioMothers of the Bible by Dena DyerWhen Life Doesn’t Match Your Dreams by Jill Eileen SmithGod Speaks to Women Today by Eugenia PriceWomen of the Bible by Ann Spangler and Jean E. SyswerdaAll of the Women of the Bible by Edith DeanAll the Women of the Bible by Herbert LockyerThe Woman’s Study Bible
How do you respond to authority? Have you ever been asked you to do something that went against what you knew was right? Did you obediently follow? Did you resist? What DID you do?In today’s episode of All God’s Women we look at Shiphrah and Puah, two midwives placed in a terrible position by their boss, the pharaoh of Egypt. To disobey his command meant they could be killed. To obey, however, meant they themselves would have to kill. As women positioned in a life and death situation, they chose life, even if it resulted in their own death. I’m excited today to introduce a new format to All God’s Women. I’m adding actors to add voice to the scriptures, and I’m bringing in experts, other speakers, authors, and Bible teachers to add their thoughts about each of our Bible women. I think you’ll agree it add a new dimension to our studies. Special Guest - Kelly LevatinoKelly Levatino is a 36-year-old Jesus follower from Memphis, TN. Her purpose is to motivate women to passionately pursue Jesus for their good and His glory!Visit Kelly's website at https://kellylevatino.com/Voice Actors - Bridget Dean, Fred WilharmBridget Dean is drama director at Springfield Baptist Church, Springfield, Tennessee.Fred Wilharm is a film producer known for Summer of '67, Providence, and The Good Book. Learn more at https://www.summerof67.com/Scripture BackgroundExodus 1Helpful ResourcesFearless by Angela DonadioThe Unique World of Women in Bible Times and Now by Eugenia PriceAll the Women of the Bible by M.L. del MastroAll the Women of the Bible by Herbert Lockyer
Have you ever questioned God’s judgement? Why has He allowed you to go through so much? What if God is putting you right where you need to be in order to do a mighty work through you? In today’s episode of All God’s Women we look at Esther, a perfect example of God at work behind the scenes in ways we may never understand.Did you have dreams and visions of your future that have been stolen from you? Have you been denied the life you expected to have? How are you  handling it? 2020 was unfair. You suffered, and you’re making sure everyone knows. But what if, instead of fighting what you can’t control, you accepted it and made the best of it? The book of Esther is unique in that God is never mentioned. And yet, He’s there, throughout the pages, working quietly behind the scenes, taking horrid situations and using them for His glory. He’s doing the same today. We may not like where we are right now, but who’s to say that He’s not been preparing you for such a time as this, so that you might be used as an instrument of light in a world of darkness? 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 FacebookHost Sharon Wilharm on FacebookHost Sharon Wilharm on LinkedInHost Sharon Wilharm on PinterestListed in Top 30 Christian Women Podcasts You Must Follow in 2021Host 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. 
Submission, what does it mean to you? Do you always submit to your husband or to those in authority? Why might you not submit to them?In today’s episode of All God’s Woman, we look at Queen Vashti, a woman who openly defied her husband, and as a result was banished from her royal position. Have you ever taken a stand for what’s right and been punished as a result? As we kick off a new year, it’s a good time to reflect on your priorities. Where do your priorities lie? Are you focused on prestige and wealth and privilege? Or are you focused on doing what’s right, even if it means losing everything you hold dear?Sometimes, like in Vashti’s case, right and wrong isn’t always obvious. Vashti didn’t have the advantage of being able to turn to God for wisdom. She didn’t know Him, but we do. In the upcoming days we will be faced with difficult moral issues and may not have a clue which is the right thing to do. When that happens, remember, while it may not be obvious to you, it is to Him. So give it to God, and let Him direct your paths. And if you have to make a difficult decision to do the right thing, and it looks like you’re going to lose all that’s dear, remember, He is all we need. As long as we’re following in His footsteps, He will not lead us astray.If you'd like to dig deeper into the book of Esther, join us for It's Not Easy Being a Queen, a three-week virtual Bible study on Vashti, Esther, and Zeresh. It takes place in the All God's Women Bible Study Group on Facebook. Each day has scripture passages to read, questions, and discussion. Hope to see you there! 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 PinterestListed in Top 30 Christian Women Podcasts You Must Follow in 2021Host 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. 
We're concluding our Women of Christmas series with something special. Today we have a crosscast episode, which is just a fancy word that means multiple podcasts joining together for an episode. In this episode I'm joined by 11 fellow female podcasters, each of us sharing about our favorite Woman of Christmas.I love how we each read the same scripture about these three women, and we each got something different out of it. You'll love hearing what these women found in common with Mary, Elizabeth, and Anna.Special thanks to:Stephanie Rousselle    Meredith Kendall    Magan MartinSarah Geringer    Meg Glesener    Val Harrison    Michelle Watson    Carole Brewer    Angel McCoy    Marifaith Mueller    Yvette Walker    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. 
If you've enjoyed learning about the Women of Christmas, you're going to love the special Christmas week crosscast  episode where I've invited 11 other podcasters to each share about their favorite Woman of Christmas. The Women of Christmas Crosscast Episode releases Monday, December 21.Special thanks to guests:Stephanie Rousselle    Meredith Kendall    Magan MartinSarah Geringer    Meg Glesener    Val Harrison    Michelle Watson    Carole Brewer    Angel McCoy    Marifaith Mueller    Yvette Walker    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. 
How old is too old to serve God? At what point do you decide it’s time to let the young people do the serving? How do you plan to spend your final days?In today’s episode of All God’s Women we continue the Women of Christmas series with Anna, a elderly widow, a prophetess, and an evangelist.We meet Anna in Luke chapter 2. Her story is told in just three verses, but wow! What a lot of information is included in those three verses. In Luke 2:36 we learn that Anna was a prophetess of the tribe of Asher. We also learn that she was of a great age. She had lived with a husband seven years and was a widow of about eighty-four years. Depending on how you interpret that, she could have been eighty-four years old. Or, she could have ben eighty-four plus seven plus however old she was before she got married. In other words, over one hundred. However you interpret it, she was no spring chicken. Mark your calendars for next week's special Women of Christmas Crosscast where I've invited fellow podcasters to share about their favorite woman of Christmas. It releases Monday morning so you'll have plenty of time to enjoy it all Christmas week.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. 
How do you react to change in your life? If God came to you today and told you what He had in store for your future, how would you react? Would you eagerly follow. or would you ponder on it for awhile? In today’s episode of All God’s Women we continue the Women of Christmas series with Mary, a young peasant woman greeted by an angel and told that she would supernaturally bear a child who would save the world. Her response? Let it be according to your word.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. 
In today’s episode of All God’s Women we kick off the Women of Christmas series with Elizabeth, wife of Zechariah, 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. 
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Podcast Details

Created by
Sharon Wilharm
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Mar 24th, 2020
Latest Episode
Jan 13th, 2021
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
70
Avg. Episode Length
8 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English
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