Jochebed


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Jochebed

(jŏk`ēbĕd), in the Bible, mother of Moses.
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But Moses is saved by the ingenuity of his mother Jochebed. Ultimately, when Moses grows up, he defends an Israelite against an Egyptian slave master, who he kills and then is forced to flee.
Walang gitna." Gabbi Garcia in Jochebed Bawalan terno for the Slim's + Swatch exhibit at SM: I always thought the terno was very elegant.
One writer says this about Jochebed, the mother of Moses: "She checked the basket over and over for signs of damage or weakness.
Jochebed protected her newborn -- "a special baby" -- because she loved him (Exodus 2:2).
Moses' mother Jochebed and his sister Miriam demonstrate bravery and ingenuity in rescuing little Moses a second time--with a little help from a third woman, Pharaoh's own daughter.
Then, without any break or introduction, verse 6:14 begins, These are the heads of their fathers' houses: the sons of Reuben, the firstborn of Israel, continues with the genealogy of Reuben, Simeon, and Levi up to the birth of Aaron and Moses to Amram and Jochebed, and ends with the children and grandson of Aaron (6:25).
(11) As in Freud's Moses and Monotheism, here Moses has no Hebrew ancestry When her mother Jochebed asks her to watch her son's reed basket, Moses's sister Miriam falls asleep and her infant brother floats away down the Nile.
Jospeh Curiel, uno de los primeros inmigrantes y padre de una grande y prominente familia, selecciono un terreno de propiedad publica, en las afueras de la ciudad, para enterrar alli a su joven hija, Jochebed Hanna, victima del tifus.
"What Ever Happened to Jochebed? Motherhood as Marginality in Zora Neale Hurston's Seraph on the Suwanee." Southern Mothers: Fact and Fictions in Southern Women's Writing.
The Bible contains perhaps the best known instance of child abandonment, when Jochebed placed the infant Moses in a basket on the Nile in the hopes that he would be spared from being subjected to an edict putting all Jewish male newborns to death.
For example, she said, the great lawmaker and prophet Moses was constantly being saved by women--when a pharaoh demanded that all newborn Hebrew males be killed, Moses' mother, Jochebed, weaved a basket that transported him to safety down the Nile River.