In The Scriptures that most people read, Tsipporah’s (Zipporah) role in The Scriptures is easily overlooked. I believe she is often overlooked because so little was known about her. When I read of the wife of Mosheh, I only knew was that she was Reu’els’ (Yithro/Jethro) daughter and that she helped to avert the anger of YAHUAH by circumcising their son while they were on their way returning to Mitsraym when YAHUAH sough to kill him.
I always wondered how they met, how did she know what YAHUAH was angry about, what type of daughter was she and what other words might she have spoken. So while reading the book of Yashar -which is one of the books that were taken out of the scriptures after 1611 – I learned numerous things about her and exciting insights into the middle parts of Mosheh’s life (like where exactly did he go after leaving Mitsrayim).
Please Note: The story of Tsipporah is about woman who was brought together to Mosheh by YAHUAH’s providence. In sharing this information about Tsipporah I am not advocating that women of YAHUAH go into the prisons and find a man to provide support to. Tsipporah was a mighty woman because YAHUAH’s hand was in and over her life and she listened to Him. I pray that YAHUAH help all of us women of YAHUAH to be in the center of YAHUAH’s will as Tsipporah was.
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