Standard Bearers & Warrior Princesses

But Moses' hands grew weary, so they took a stone and put it under him, and he sat on it, while Aaron and Hur held up his hands, one on one side, and the other on the other side. So his hands were steady until the going down of the sun. Exodus 17:12
I love this verse. The image is of teamwork and support with a kingdom-orientated goal. My good friend Pam uses it as a guide when she’s praying over people moving to a new area or season in their life. Her hope is that they will find two or more people who will support them when they're weary of the journey.


What does this have to do with being a warrior princess? Well, no warrior princess is expected to take on the world alone. The scenario in this scene is of Moses, Aaron and Hur working together to support the Israelites in battle. Though Moses takes the lead, it is clear that he could not have achieved this without Aaron and Hur. Even when he is too tired to fight on alone, they enable him to keep going. We are exactly the same.  When we get too tired, we need other followers of Christ around us to hold up our hands so that we can keep going.  Sometimes we are also called to hold up the hands of our friends.  These are mine...



2 are warrior princesses:
Pam fits Key to the Kingdom into her full life of family, business and grandbabies. With creative flair and faith she holds her standard high!
I am blessed by Pam V! She has been a steadfast and dear friend for many years. Pam has accepted her position as a daughter of God called to fight the good fight.  She is a warrior princess for Christ!
Dot helps out in between trips to help refugees in Macadonia and other parts over yonder. She is a focused and creative spirit with a divine adventure around every turn. I am honored to call her friend. 
Dot enjoys the works of her hands and knows how prayer can cause peace when the pace of life is a walk of faith. She is a warrior princess for Christ!

Pam Valentine

Dorothy Arnold