Wife of the Writer of the First Five Books of the Bible
And Miriam and Aaron spake against Moses because of the Ethiopian woman he had married: for he had married an Ethiopian woman.” (Num. 12:1) Members of both Christian and Jewish faiths are usually surprised to learn that the man God chose to write the first five books of the Bible was married to a black woman and suffered persecution for it. Moses’ wife was of Ethiopian (Cushitic) descent and her name was Zipporah. Undoubtedly she was either very petite or premature at birth for her name means “small as a sparrow,” and as God’s eyes are upon the sparrows, they were certainly on this little Ethiopian woman of color. (Num. 12:1) In The Complete Works of Blacks in the Bible, you will learn more than you thought was possible to know about this black woman. Moses and his family almost lost their lives because of this Ethiopian woman and her Ethiopic religious roots. God, Himself, brought judgment time and again because of this African woman. Find the exclusive blessing that God desired to grant this black woman which would have made her the most blessed woman in human history next to a virgin named Miriam, the Hebrew who we call the Virgin Mary. Order now!