“Do You Know the Women in the Scriptures?” Liahona, June 2012, 9
See if you can match the descriptions of the women from the scriptures with their names. Use the scripture references if you need help.
My husband comforted me when I mourned because of my sons, who were on a dangerous journey (see 1 Nephi 5:1, 6).
I was a servant in the house of King Lamoni and had been converted to the Lord many years before the king was converted (see Alma 19:16).
When my husband died, I “clave unto” my mother-in-law and told her I would make her people my people and her God my God (see Ruth 1:14, 16).
I “[chose] that good part” by listening to the words of Jesus Christ when He visited my family in Bethany (see Luke 10:42).
My people fasted for me when I risked my own life by pleading with the king to spare them (see Esther 4:16).
My name means “mother of all living” (see Genesis 3:20).
I was called “an elect lady” in the Doctrine and Covenants, and I made “a selection of sacred hymns” (see D&C 25:3, 11).
I had been a widow for about 84 years when I greeted the infant Jesus at the temple (see Luke 2:36–38).
When the Lord changed my husband’s name, He changed mine to a name meaning “princess” (see Genesis 17:15).
Mary, mother of the Lord
Mary, sister of Martha