Women of the New Testament
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“Women of the New Testament,” Friend, Sept. 1991, 23

Women of the New Testament

Crossword puzzle

Across

  1. The mother of Jesus (See Luke 2:4–7, 21.)

  2. She was with Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James, and other women who found Jesus’ tomb empty. (See Luke 24:1–10.)

  3. She was dead, but when Peter prayed and told her to arise, she opened her eyes and sat up. (See Acts 9:36–41.)

  4. Another name for 6 Across (See Acts 9:36.)

  5. Timothy’s grandmother (See 2 Tim. 1:2, 5.)

  6. Timothy’s mother (See 2 Tim. 1:2, 5.)

  7. She was a prophetess. (See Luke 2:36.)

  8. She sent greetings from Rome to Timothy. (See 2 Tim. 4:21.)

Down

  1. Paul beseeched her to “be of the same mind in the Lord.” (See Philip. 4:2.)

  2. The sister of Mary, who “was cumbered about much serving” (See Luke 10:38–42.)

  3. A seller of purple who lived in Thyatira and who was baptized (See Acts 16:14–15.)

  4. She was with those who brought sweet spices to anoint Jesus’ body but found the tomb empty. (See Mark 16:1–6.)

  5. Along with Joanna and others, she gave Jesus food. (See Luke 8:1–3.)

  6. She was queen of the Ethiopians. (See Acts 8:27.)

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