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Comments on: The wife of Manoah http://hornes.org/2006/07/the-wife-of-manoah/ Tue, 22 Jul 2014 20:14:12 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.1 By: velvet dishmond http://hornes.org/2006/07/the-wife-of-manoah/#comment-999 Sun, 25 Jan 2009 05:59:45 +0000 http://www.hornes.org/2006/07/the-wife-of-manoah/#comment-999 when i am a part of any sunday school i try to fine as much inforamtion as i can about the people of subject. to get a better insight in to the lession. But we must all understand that not every thing is for use to know yet. give me some more sight to go to to get some information thanks.

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By: Madeleine http://hornes.org/2006/07/the-wife-of-manoah/#comment-998 Wed, 12 Jul 2006 22:36:59 +0000 http://www.hornes.org/2006/07/the-wife-of-manoah/#comment-998 Interesting that this puzzles you. The answer is that we don’t know. Some thoughts ~ Judges 13 is the account of the circumstances surrounding the birth of Samson. The instructions about his care, being very important, were given to each of his parents. Personally, the omission of Manoah’s wife’s name is not offensive or important to me. The scriptures do not give the names of Lot’s wife or Job’s wife either, yet these two women are very memorable characters. Eve doesn’t appear to have a name until after her encounter with the serpent and God’s gracious provision for Adam and his wife. She’s the woman. Samson’s mother is Manoah’s wife. Samson probably called him “mom” and Manoah probably called her “dear.” We all know who she is ~ women are more used to their names changing and to being known by many names over their lifetimes. Hope I haven’t made this worse for you. :-)

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