Women of the Bible

22 Fearless Women in the Bible

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Here are 22 wonderful women in the Bible that we can learn from in our own daily Christian walk.

Feeling fearful?  Read on to discover twenty-two fierce and fearless women in the Bible that can teach us a lesson or two on courage, inspired by the book “Fearless Daughters of the Bible.”


Sarah demonstrated faith and obedience while believing God’s promises. She left her comfortable and familiar surroundings to launch her journey with God.

The 5 Daughters of Zelophead

These five girls, Mahlah, Noah, Hoglah, Milcah and Tirzah stood fearless and firm and as result reformed the culture of their day. Because they spoke up they reversed precedent and claimed possession of their father’s inheritance.

Ruth, the Moabite

Ruth was able to overcome her past by giving her life over to the living God. By turning from her idolatrous way of life she was able to be used mightily by the Lord as the great-grandmother of King David.


Priscilla ministered the gospel together with her husband Aquila. The Bible describes her as an effective mentor, when she and her husband took Apollos aside and explain to him the way of God more accurately.

Mary Magdalene

Mary Magdalene was delivered from a life of demonic oppression and experienced the resurrected power of Christ. As a result she was one of the first to announce the risen Christ.


Hannah’s fervent prayer and vow teaches us that consistent faithfulness and persistent prayer get God’s attention. She believed God for a son and He multiplied her faith by giving her many children.

The Samaritan Woman

The woman at the well became one of the first mass evangelists for Jesus Christ. She was able to confront her past truthfully and transform into a motivating mouthpiece for the Lord.

Mary of Bethany

The quintessential worshiper and intimate follower of Christ, Mary of Bethany is described in the Bible as “seated at the Lord’s feet, listening to His word” (Luke 10:39).


Esther modeled bravery and courage when she risked her life to save the lives of her people. She teaches us that we must break intimidation and use our influence to bring glory to God.


Jehosheba, daughter of King Joram gripped by the power of motherly instinct, fled danger in order to protect her son from death and helped to preserve the future of Israel.


Prophet and judge to Israel, Deborah is known for her wisdom, courage and compassionate zeal for justice.


Moses’ sister Miriam displays remarkable intelligence and confidence. She not only helped to save her brother’s life but also helped set Israel’s deliverance in motion.

Achsah, daughter of Caleb

Achsah, stepped out on faith and claimed additional blessing for her family because she was bold enough to ask for more. Just like our heavenly Father is ready and willing to bless us, we must also go to Him with this same faith.

Daughters of Phillip the Evangelist

These four single young women had the gift of prophecy and their ministry is mentioned in the Book of Acts. They represent boldness, courage and a willingness to step out for the Lord no matter what season of life.

Mary, the Mother of Jesus

Mary, surrendered her life and her reputation to the purposes of God. Her submission shows us that when we consecrate our life to the Lord, He can do amazing things. 

Read more at http://www.beliefnet.com/ilovejesus/features/22-fearless-women-in-the-bible.aspx?p=16#HIwHcW3u0JaoEqVJ.99

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