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A Mother’s Influence -  XX

If he did at all, then it was not until a man was ready for marriage. "You are a bridegroom of blood to me, Zipporah retorted." His maternal ancestor had apparently failed to pass on the message.

After this Zipporah and her two sons went back to Yethro and they did not see each other again until Mosheh and the people were at the foot of Mount Ciynay. It was a very formal get together in Exodus 18. Did Zipporah stay with their two sons or did they join their father?

About a year later when the multitude was at Chazeroth after leaving Kibrowth-Hatta'avah (Numbers 33:17) Mosheh has another wife, a Cushite woman (Numbers 12:1). There his sister Miryam and brother Aharon spoke out against him for taking her as his new wife, and were severely dealt with. One does not speak out against those working with Yahuw’ah and Yeshuwa.

Had he divorced Zipporah, since she is not mentioned after Exodus 18:2? Did Yeshuwa have her in mind perhaps when He spoke to the Pharisees about divorce in Matthew 19:7-8? Neither Mosheh nor Zipporah appeared to be happy with the other.


It was Bathsheba, David's wife of adultery, who was the strong influence over her son Shelomoh (Solomon). She was the wife of Urriyah the Hittite and clearly open to false eluhiym or gods.

Shelomoh amassed hundreds of wives and concubines, as well as idols. So she was one twisted little woman and he was a fool for succumbing to her wiles. Yisra'el's future history would pay a huge big price for this. Little wonder David was rebuked by the prophet Nathan (2 Samuel 12).

Howshea’s Wife Gomer

Did the prostitute Gomer, the daughter of Dibla'iym, who married Howshea (1:2) believe that he was a prophet? Who would be happy to have her children named Yizre’el, Lo-ruhamah and Lo-ammi (Hosea 1:4,6,9)? Each represented a negative prophecy.

Yizre’el foretold the destruction of the northern kingdom of Yisra’el, Lo-ruhamah Yahuw’ah’s lack of compassion for it, never to be forgiven, and Lo-ammi implied His decision to no longer be their El or they His people.

Yeshuwa’s Mother Miryam

Then, of course, there was Yeshuwa's own mother Miryam. She was visited by the angel Gabriy'el in Sepphoris and later by Yahuw'ah in a guest bedroom in Yeruwshalem.

To her adoptive father Seth, father of Hanan (the future high priest Annas), her account of the angel’s visit sounded strange. He was a Sadducee and did not believe in angels.

So he decided that she needed time away from Sepphoris and Yowceph and accordingly took her south to Yeruwshalem for the Festival of Lights when he would do his priestly service. It had been 157 years since the cleansing of the temple. Naturally Yeshuwa’s birth primes are 2^2 x 5 x 11 x 67 x 157.

At his son’s house in the Upper City is where Miryam’s secret marriage with Yahuw’ah took place on Friday, December 18, 7 BCE during late evening.

It was physically consummated by ten thirty and she was a virgin no longer. She stayed with her hosts till the end of the Festival and then Seth took her down to Chebrown (Hebron) to spend time with his sister Elizabeth who by then was six months pregnant.

By keeping his eye on his adopted daughter his influence over Miryam was quie strong. Initially she was a believer, but because El Elyown did not appear to her, she remained a monotheist. Without realising it, He had been implanted within her womb by Yahuw’ah.

Later when Yeshuwa came to challenge that false belief, she rebuked Him. Her influence over her other sons - they could not be stepsons - was such that she and they no longer believed in Him.

At the Wedding Feast in John 2 He called her “Woman”. It was not a term of endearment. According to John 7:5, not even His brothers believed in Him. And at the foot of the cross she is again called “Woman”. Why? For one who was supposed to be sinless, why was He so antagonistic towards His own mother?

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