Moses had his Midian before he was worthy to be 'Lawgiver' to his people.
Later on he is slain in battle, fighting in the ranks of Midian.
The last journey was through the southern portion of Midian, and lasted twenty-four days.
Did you keep your sheep in Midian, where Moses did, that you know he had a beard.
Now, in Midian, he will imbibe the faith of Isaac and of Abraham.
At one time the armies of Midian afflicted Israel for seven years.
Yer barley-cake hath come frae heaven, and the forces o' Midian are delivered owre to ye.
Moses fled into the country of Midian, to the priest Jethro.
So Midian was subdued before the children of Israel, and they lifted up their heads no more.
This is really the beginning of a worse oppression than that of Midian or of Jabin.
strife, the fourth son of Abraham by Keturah, the father of the Midianites (Gen. 25:2; 1 Chr. 1:32).