Moses accepted the home offered him, and in time married Zipporah, one of Jethro's daughters.
So Moses made his home with the man; and he gave Moses his daughter Zipporah to be his wife.
They had taken some offence respecting Zipporah, his wife, who is called the Ethiopian woman.
A holy woman of the Bible was called by this name, Zipporah,61 the wife of Moses.
It has been already remarked that Zipporah furnishes an instructive and interesting type of the Church.
If so, he discerned his transgression when trouble awoke his conscience; and so did his wife Zipporah.
A kind priest by the name of Jethro received him in his house and gave him one of his seven daughters, Zipporah, as his wife.
It may be noticed, here, that the unworthy manner in which Zipporah performed the rite, did not make it invalid.
In some way, not apparent to us, this illness was connected by Zipporah with the fact that her son had not been circumcised.
The present contention began about Zipporah, but it ended in Moses himself.
a female bird. Reuel's daughter, who became the wife of Moses (Ex. 2:21). In consequence of the event recorded in Ex. 4:24-26, she and her two sons, Gershom and Eliezer, when so far on the way with Moses toward Egypt, were sent back by him to her own kinsfolk, the Midianites, with whom they sojourned till Moses afterwards joined them (18:2-6).