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Ladies of the Reformation

By J. H. Alexander

With such an honored place given to women of faith in the New Testament, it is fitting to continue to share the stories of shining examples of faith and courage of the women who followed in these footsteps in later years. All throughout the history of God’s church there have been gracious women whom God has raised up to lead, to witness, and to strengthen and sustain His people through their trials. Here for your encouragement are some stories of women who remained faithful to God’s cause during the 16th century in the Reformation and helped to move it forward.

The two Queens of Navarre were outstanding in the progress of the Reformation in France. In Germany, the grace of God shone in the life of Elizabeth of Brandenburg so that, though exiled by her husband, she was the instrument used to establish the Reformers’ faith in Prussia.

Here is also the story of brave Sibylla of Cleve who defied Emperor Charles V, and Katherine the Heroic who held the terrible Duke of Alba at bay in her own castle. Other once famous lives are retold here, as well as the stories of the wives of some of the Reformers such as Luther, Zwingli, Calvin, and Knox. And let us not forget the account of the martyrdom of three faithful Dutch women.

As you read these stories, may you be blessed by the faithfulness of these women, and be encouraged to stand fast for truth.

Paper, 140 pages.


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