Ordinary Women of the Bible Book 5: The Last Drop of Oil
The Last Drop of Oil: Adaliah’s Story by Virginia Smith
By offering her last meal as an act of kindness to another in need, Adaliah finds her greatest needs met…
The Last Drop of Oil: Adaliah's Story
A DEVASTATING FIRE threatens the lives of Adaliah’s four-year-old son and her abusive husband. In a desperate effort, she faces the raging inferno to rescue her son from certain death. But her husband is left to the fate of the flames and does not survive.
Did she hesitate a moment too long? Could she have saved him if she’d truly wanted to?
Left to cope with the aftermath of the fire, the condemnation of her husband’s relatives, and her own guilt, Adaliah struggles to scrape out a living from the ashes of her former life. She is an outcast in the village, thanks to the vicious rumors spread by her stepdaughter. When she and her son face starvation, a prophet of Yahweh appears, asking for her last drop of oil.
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From generation to generation and every walk of life, God seeks out women to do His will. Scripture offers us but fleeting, tantalizing glimpses into the lives of a number of everyday women in Bible times—many of whom are not even named in its pages. In each volume of Guideposts’ Ordinary Women of the Bible series, you’ll meet one of these unsung, ordinary women face to face, and see how God used her to change the course of history.