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Lessons from One Called “Princess” (Sarah) – To Be a Handmaid of the Lord Lesson Four

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Lesson 4

To Be a Handmaid of the Lord

Lessons from one Called “Princess” (Sarah)

In scripture we read of Sarai, whose name was changed by God to Sarah. “Sarai” in the Hebrew means “princess”. “Sarah” means “noblewoman”. The change points back to the change in her husband’s name, from Abram to Abraham. This woman is becoming mother to a nation of people. In essence, God is making her and Abraham the King and Queen of a new dynasty – a spiritual dynasty.

Sarah, for those professing to follow Christ, is OUR mother, in spirit. She represents our freedom from the bondage of sin (Gal. 4:21-31). 1 Peter 3:6 says, “just as Sarah obeyed Abraham, calling him lord, and you have become her children if you do what is right without being frightened by any fear.” (NASB) Other translations say “whose daughters you are” (NKJV, KJV). God wants us to be like her. He wants the apple to not fall far from the tree, so to speak.

So, how do we become like Sarah? Study this lesson and learn about her. Yes, she was a great woman. She was a woman with struggles – unable to bear children for her husband. She made bad decisions based on her emotions. But she made GOOD decisions, and she was such a wife to Abraham that God tells all wives to imitate her.

Explore Sarah’s life in this lesson, then come back and share what your favorite lesson from the study.


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