“And the child grew and she brought him to Pharoah’s daughter and he became her son. And she called him Moses, for she said, Because I drew him out of the water.” Exodus 2:10 Amplified
Our woman of the Bible today is Pharoah’s daughter. I don’t think we look at her very much, she’s a minor figure in the story of Moses. What would have happened, though, if she hadn’t adopted him. Think about this, she was the daughter of the man who wanted to kill him, along with all the other Hebrew male babies. The Word says she knew he was a Hebrew child, why would she save him? I would like to think, as an adoptive mother, that she didn’t agree with what her father was doing. By the way, slaughtering babies, does that sound familiar? In America today we slaughter innocent babies every day and try to justify it as a right for women. Praise God He was able to use her to stop that barbaric practice in Egypt by raising up a deliverer in Moses. He is another example of an old testament person symbolic of Jesus.
For whatever reason Pharoah’s daughter saved Moses. She should serve as an example to us to do what we can to save the innocent.