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Oh, the women of the Bible! We have scoundrels and harlots. We have unwed mothers and barren women. We have widows and career women. And, throughout each story, we have so much we can learn and apply to our lives today.


The stories may change. The settings may change. But, the promises of God remain true.

The stories may change. The settings may change. But, the promises of God remain true. Click to Tweet

Studying women of the Bible, along with symbolism in the Bible, are two of my favorite Bible study topics.

You can find everything that you are looking for about Women of the Bible: Unintentional Mentors, in this post as well as in-depth studies on each of the 8 women we cover (Deborah, Elizabeth, Miriam, Rahab, Sarah and more) but you may also wish to purchase the ebook for your convenience. No ads, no pop ups and you’ll have it forever to refer to when fasting. It includes a video and additional downloads. The best part – it’s only $5! Your choice, read it here or have it forever.

Women of the Bible Unintentional Mentors


Click on the image below to download a copy of the infographic on women of the Bible.

women of the Bible infographic

Let’s look at some of the most prominent women in the Bible and briefly unpack the lessons we can learn from their lives.

Women of the Bible - A woman in a yellow veil with only one of her eyes showing

Women of The Bible

8 of the remarkable women in the Bible and the life lessons we can take from them - even today.

We’ve just shared the lives and lessons of eight incredible women of the Bible, but there are dozens more. Which of the women in the Bible do you most closely resonate with?

Is it Ruth and her unwavering commitment? Martha and her long to-do list? Elizabeth and her faith in God?

Tell me in the comments below, I’d love to hear from you.

Women of the Bible Study Resources

For women of the Bible devotions or further women of the Bible study, consider these recommended resources:

Courageous Women of The Bible

Bad Girls of the Bible

Women of the Bible Devotional

Have you read a great fiction or non-fiction book about women of the Bible? I’m always on the hunt for great Bible-based reading.

Because He Lives,



Susan Nelson

Susan is a writer, speaker and the creator of Women of Noble Character ministries. She is passionate about helping Christian women deepen their walk with God through Bible study and creative worship and strengthen their marriages.

She lives in rural North Central Missouri with her handsome and hilarious husband and a myriad of dogs, cats and chickens.

Susan runs on Jesus, coffee and not enough sleep.

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  1. With its bullet points, this post is a great resource!
    Thanks! I love reading about God’s biblical women!

    1. I’m so glad that you enjoyed it. I, too, love reading about the women of the Bible and all that we can learn from them. Thanks for stopping by!

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