1 Chronicles 2:34
Now Sheshan had no sons, but daughters. And Sheshan had a servant, an Egyptian, whose name was Jarha.
The disproportion in man's inheritances is far less than we are prone to think. If one hand of the Universal Giver be closed, the other is expanded; no one is left without his need of compensation; only in our weakness and unthankfulness we look more at the darker side of our lot, and at what appears to us the brighter side of our neighbour's. Epictetus explains the mystery in part: "It is not fortune that is blind, but ourselves." Whatever be our lot, if man will but just concede that that must be best for him which the Best of Beings has ordained, life thenceforward has a solace which no fortune can wrest away.
(Leo H. Grindon.)
Parallel VersesKJV: Now Sheshan had no sons, but daughters. And Sheshan had a servant, an Egyptian, whose name was Jarha.