Keturah

Keturah was Abraham’s wife after Sarah died. Her name means “incense”. We don’t know much about her except that she bore him six sons. Their names were Zimran “musician”, Jokshan “snarer”, Medan “contention”, Midian “strife”, Ishbak “he releases”and Shuah “wealth.” From Midian came the Midianites or Arabians, including Zipporah, Moses’ wife. In 1 Chronicles 1:32, …

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Chief Atohi

Chief Atohi was a Cherokee warrior. According to Cherokee custom, he married Mary's white mistress, Calista, whom he had captured during an Indian raid. Then, he bought Mary, a black slave to be his wife's domestic servant. Mary was just 14 years old. She was scared and had no idea of what it was like …

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An Outrage

Judges 19 Painting of the Levite's Dead Concubine We don't know her name. She was from Bethlehem in Judah and the only daughter of her father. A Levite man saw her and took her to be his concubine. We don't know long they were together before she cheated on him and left him. She returned …

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Rashida’s World/Timeless #writephoto

  She ran to the stone.  It was her escape from her world.  She always made sure she was alone before she clung to its sides, said the words and was transported to another world—a world where slavery didn’t exist.  One of these days, she would remain there and never return to her life as …

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