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wonderland_betch Cannot believe it's been 6 whole years since I got Jenny's favorite saying tattooed!! Not a day goes by that I don't think about you!
#memorialtattoos #hebrew #restinparadise #jenniferlauriebrainerd #girlswithtattoos #timedoesheal #neverforgotten😙
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reutitzhak Special;) 2h

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#France :
....D'autre part, près de deux décennies après l'effondrement de l'Union soviétique, de nombreuses tentatives ont été faites pour cette grande religion, à la place de l'hostilité marionnettes effrayant. Stimule les sentiments de peur et de la haine et de profiter de celui-ci, malheureusement, une longue histoire dans l'histoire politique de l'Occident. ..... Vous avec un bref aperçu des récentes études critiques sur l'histoire, vous verrez que la nouvelle Tarykhngaryhay, le comportement honnête et glissement de gouvernements occidentaux ont été critiquées par d'autres nations et cultures dans le monde. Mon premier souhait est d'explorer des questions sur les motifs de cette Syahnmayy largement contre l'Islam.
Mon deuxième souhait est que, en réponse au flot de préjugés et la publicité négative, essayez une compréhension directe et immédiate de la religion à gagner....
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#Hebrew :
....מצד השני, כמעט שני עשורים לאחר קריסתה של ברית המועצות, ניסיונות רבים נעשו לדת הגדולה הזה, במקום של בובה מפחידה עוינות. מגרה את רגשות של פחד ושנאה ולנצל את זה, למרבה הצער, יש היסטוריה ארוכה בהיסטוריה הפוליטית של המערב. ..... אתה עם סקירה קצרה של מחקרים ביקורתיים האחרונים בהיסטוריה, אתה תראה שTarykhngaryhay החדש, התנהגות כנה וזזה של ממשלות המערביות זכתה לביקורת על ידי עמים ותרבויות אחרים בעולם. המשאלה הראשונה שלי היא לחקור שאלות על המניעים של Syahnmayy זה בהרחבה נגד האיסלאם.
המשאלה השנייה שלי היא כי בתגובה למבול של דעות קדומות ופרסום שלילי, נסה הבנה ישירה ומיידית של הדת כדי לזכות....
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#america #canada #england #germany #iran #italy #Islam #letter4you #letter4u #paris #russia #sweden #spain #usa #Washington
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propheticwhirlwind This is all I want to be even if it isn't honored by the majority of society. For more information on the true purpose of woman according to the accurate Hebrew interpretation of Genesis read Skip Moen's Guardian Angel, I would add the level of man's attack will determine the strength of his God given Ezer (Spiritual Protection). Ezer: In Genesis 2:18 the word helper is used but if we examine the Hebrew we see that the customary translation of the two words `ezer kenegdo as "helper fit"is almost certainly wrong. Recently R. David Freedman has pointed out that the Hebrew word ezer is a combination of two roots: `-z-r, meaning "to rescue, to save," and g-z-r, meaning "to be strong." The difference between the two is the first letter in Hebrew. Today that letter is silent in Hebrew; but in ancient times, it was a guttural sound formed in the back of the throat. The "g" was a ghayyin, and it came to use the same Hebrew symbol as the other sound, `ayin. But the fact that they were pronounced differently is clear from such place names which preserve the "g" sound, such as Gaza or Gomorrah. Some Semitic languages distinguished between these two signs and others did not. For example, Ugaritic did make a distinction between the `ayin and the ghayyin; Hebrew did not. (R. David Freedman, "Woman, a Power Equal to a Man," Biblical Archaeology Review 9 [1983]: 56-58).
The case that begins to build is that we can be sure that `ezer means "strength" or "power" whenever it is used in parallelism with words for majesty or other words for power such as `oz or `uzzo.
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  •   propheticwhirlwind In fact, the presence of two names for one king, Azariah and Uzziah, both referring to God's strength, makes it abundantly clear that the root `ezer meaning "strength" was known in Hebrew.
    Therefore, could we conclude that Genesis 2:18 be translated as "I will make a power [or strength] corresponding to man." The Hebrew shows that the woman was created to be a powerful spiritual helper in crisis. When the word Ezer is used in the Bible it is usually used when the Most High would reduce Israel from it's enemies. Ezer was used in times of crisis women's spiritual insight can be a spiritual rescue for her husband which is 3h
  •   propheticwhirlwind why Satan came to Eve knock down the spiritual help and everything else crumbles. #Eve #Adam #Helpmate #Hebrew #Genesis #Women #woman #Wombman #BlackWomen #LionessofJudah #LionessofGad #SpiritualCoverin 3h
  •   aburton214 This is SO good, sis. Wow. 1h
  •   hisgracehisgrace I agree....this is awesome! Thank you for not only sharing this post, but explaining it too. I learn a lot from your page. Thank you....remain blessed. :) 53min

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wilderness_cat "The home owner is #crazy, and the #dog even more so".. #sign #kfaryona #Hebrew 4h

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amilolife Did you know #thestarofdavid actually represents every letter in the #hebrew #alphabet no other #language can do this #jewishstuff 5h

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fathernsonnholyspirit May the loving compassion of the #Lord #Jesus #Christ be with you.

#Jonah, according to #Hebrew tradition, was the son of the widow, whom #Elijah, the prophet, raised from the dead at #Zarephath of #Sidon (II #Kings 17: 10-24). He was a #prophet in the Northern #Kingdom of #Israel around 825-784 BC. Therefore, Jonah prophesied during the reign of #Jeroboam II, the King of Samaria (II Kings 14:25). The #HolyBook of Jonah in the #OldTestament tells the familiar story of Jonah, the fleeing prophet. Forty-eight verses comprise the entire story. This is a story of a legendary character with a nature similar to our own. Jonah, a contemporary of the prophet #Amos, had faults, shortcomings, and weaknesses.
The Lord chose Jonah the Prophet despite his faults and used his weaknesses to make him stronger. The Lord worked through him, in him, and with him to give him #guidance and to teach him. Mentally and #spiritually Jonah benefited from many lessons within his Old Testament Book. Let us more closely examine why perhaps the Lord loved Jonah. "Now the Word of the Lord came to Jonah, saying 'Arise, go to #Nineveh, that great city, and cry out against it; for their wickedness has come up before Me.' Upon hearing this, Jonah arose to flee to #Tarshish from the presence of the Lord. He went down to #Joppa, and found a ship going to Tarshish; so he paid the fare, and went down into it, to go with them to Tarshish from the presence of the Lord." (Jonah 1: 1-2)
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  •   fathernsonnholyspirit As you know, Jonah attempted to flee from the presence of the Lord. On route to Tarshish a mighty and powerful wind came upon the sea. So strong was this wind that the ship was threatening to break into pieces and sink. Jonah and his troubles were discovered to be the cause of the tribulations upon the mariners of the ship. After much contemplation, prayer, and the casting of lots, Jonah was finally thrown overboard into the raging sea.

    Here God's care for Jonah becomes very evident. Events do not happen without Divine Providence. God sent the great winds and strong gales to show His displeasure with Jonah's disobedience. Even so, the Lord also sent Jonah a place of safekeeping in his oppression. Jonah could have met death as he was tossed over the ship. But the Lord in His Goodness chose to protect Jonah. Why did God love Jonah?
    Perhaps the answer lies within the belly of the great fish that swallowed Jonah. God sent a fish beside the boat to swallow Jonah. Jonah inside this fish's belly was most probably in darkness with the exception of when the fish surfaced for oxygen. He was most probably tossed about constantly with the diving and swimming motions of the fish. Further, one can imagine the salty water ever present and immersing most of his human body. As Jonah underwent all of these perils within the fish we are not told of anything negative he said against the Lord. (this article is copied from St-Takla.org). I am quite sure Jonah realized the God of the sea received him and protected him. The fish was Jonah's shelter and not a punishment. It would take a very wise man to rationalize this message under these dire circumstances. He was given a place of safekeeping not death. For three days and three nights he remained in the belly of the whale.

    Perhaps God loved Jonah for his inspiring faith while captive in the fish..…. 6h
  •   fathernsonnholyspirit Inside the whale, Jonah the Prophet blessed the Lord. He called upon the Lord in his affliction. Jonah did not demonstrate fear nor are we told he appeared troubled. There is no documentation that he grieved his circumstances. Jonah in his wisdom knew the Lord created this great fish that consumed him. He knew the great fish's life and direction were both guided by the Lord. Perhaps God loved Jonah for his trust in the Unseen.

    Within the belly of the whale, Jonah returned to his senses. He knelt down and prayed to God. He beheld the Lord "his" God and rejoiced in His presence. He returned once again to his prophetic rites. He returned to an obedient God-loving man, believing in His Holy promises. Jonah offered thanksgiving. Perhaps this nature of Jonah during hardship was what made God love him so.

    Previously Jonah called the Lord, "God of Heaven," but in oppression, "The Lord HIS God." Jonah realized the Lord was the Savior of the oppressed and the sufferers. Just as Jonah came upon this realization we should too. Jonah is a symbol of our weaknesses, which can also help to make us stronger.
    The waves did not suffocate Jonah. The whale caught him up and he did not perish. After three days and three nights, the Lord commanded the fish to "vomit Jonah onto dry land." (Jonah 2: 10) His salvation came from the Lord.
    As the billows and waves of life also encompass us, let us follow Jonah's example and trust in the Lord. Remember Jonah's whale and be assured of our God's long suffering. Be careful in your complaints. Jonah's example of blessing your circumstances and having faith preserved his life.

    The great fish can come in many disguises in the contemporary world of today. As Christians we need to take on this spirit of wondrous faith and assurance of the Unseen. Jonah was given another chance. I believe our God is long-suffering. He does not hastily abandon or become angry with those servants who fall by the wayside. 6h
  •   fathernsonnholyspirit Let us pray that we will all learn many lessons from Jonah's example inside the belly of the whale. Let us draw closer to the Lord "his" God realizing through his Biblical example that this also makes Him the Lord "our" God.

    Bishop Youssef
    Bishop, Coptic Orthodox Diocese of the Southern United States 6h
  •   786_786_786_ Please follow @islam4everyone_ @islam4everyone _ for Eye Opening Islamic reminders and beautiful pictures revealing the hidden treasures of Islam... May Allah give us the ability to do so and reward us all for every step we take in spreading the teachings 6h
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yapah_naah_baara Obadiah 1:4 Though thou exalt thyself as the eagle, and though thou set thy nest among the stars, thence will I bring thee down, saith the LORD. #truth #edom is going down #eagle #babylon #hebrew #israelite 7h

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jenechka Ani lomedet ivrit... Ze kashe meod! / Studying Hebrew... It's very hard! 7h

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liviatsang More watercolour additions for @liorainwonderland. In progress, gonna add more soon
#tattoo #apprentice #practice #watercolour #peace #hebrew #script
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