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ALELUIA. Et - et hashamayim ve'et ha'aretz - the heaven and the earth Whenever the word et appears it adds something to the meaning of the plain text. The two words et here are meant to convey that two additional matters or raw materials were involved in the creation of heaven and earth. According to the plain meaning we understand the two words as references to the two different raw-materials (elements) G-d employed when creating heaven and earth, seeing the two are obviously not made of the same material. This is the meaning of "the earth was tohu vavohu " i. e., that after the initial act of creation earth was still in a chaotic state. The specific meaning of the two words is that the material tohu was covered with a form bohu. This is what is meant by Yeshayahu 66:2. The first three words in that verse refer to existing material, whereas the last words " my hands have fashioned, " refer to G-d supplying this material with distinctive form ( tzurah). According to this verse in Yeshayahu, G-d first created the raw material, bara, but subsequently His activities consisted only of refining such raw material by acts of yetzirah respectively beriah, (creation of matter), consisted of merely creating the smallest physical particle, a nekudah (a point) something barely perceptible. This little particle formed the beginning of the entire solar system. The number of planets is 955 corresponding to numerical value of the word hashamayim (the Hebrew final letter mem is considered as equivalent to 600). Our Sages say that at the time G-d descends from the celestial regions, i. e. from 955 heavens, and He seats Himself on the throne commensurate with His glory, all these heavens as well as the gateways recite the verse, "l ift up your gates your heads... " (Tehillim 24:9) In Derech Eretz Rabbah we find that, " G-d is the solitary Ruler in the celestial regions, His Name is One, and he resides in the 390 heavens " (the numerical equivalent of the word shamayim). Each one of these heavens has been stamped with His Name, a Name which has been alluded to in the Torah (Devarim 32:1) " ha'azinu hashamayim - hearken the Heavens. " Drash: The extra words et in the phrase "heaven and earth" include the sun, moon, stars in the word shamyim and the entire range of vegetation in the word eretz. According to Kabbalah, there are only seven heavens as enumerated in Chagigah 12.
One of my faves! 1 Micha'el. Shalom micha'el? were I can find your cd im?leaving in ?curacao little cowntry in the ?caribean sea. Gloria a DIOS, Glory to ELOHIM. AMEN. SHALOM FROM Venezuela. These are God's people. They are blessed. I really want to go to Israel. Shalom from Ireland. Im a fan of Eddie Redmayne and loved his portrayal of James Glaisher had fun with the visuals and intense scenes to do with the sky and heights
what i didn't like was the story instead of starting the movie with how he meets the girl and get her help with the balloon before they set into the sky instead they use it a flash backs with by the time they start the incline and rise up and everything i just didn't care really for the rest of it when Eddie reymine says she isn't going up and decides to quit I just said who cares and form then on when ever they flashed back i just skipped it I would have been more willing to watch that it it was the first part of the story but instead like I said it wasn't so for the last hour I only focused on them going up and then descending next time they make a movie like this introduce us to each character from the start so we know who everyone is and we care a little As for Eddie Reymine i didn't care for her story at all since it wasn't the first thing we saw or James Glaisher 's story.
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Sehr schöne Lieder! Super! Freu mich auf so einen schönen Gesang! ?. Young girl goes to see The Aeronauts. Is inspired to greatness because of the great historical heroine Amelia. Puts posters of the movie on her wall and dreams of emulating her achievements. Only to discover down the line that she didn't even exist and was simply a substitute for a male historical hero. Tell her her dreams will only ever be realised in fiction, and will never be real. Deflate her belief in herself and make her feel a fraud and lied to. Way to go.
The things I discovered after watching this movie: Two men did something to do with weather in a balloon. Amelia Wren is based on a real, earlier female Aeronaut, Sophie Blanchard. Two potentially decent historically accurate movies. The latter serving as a real inspiration for young girls. Instead we got one historical mish-mash that just upsets everyone who bothers to check it out. I'll give it three stars for making me aware of a few things from history. Something most won't bother to follow through.
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Literally: The skies are the limit Idiomatically: The sky is the limit ?Shamayim? is familiar to all of us from Genesis (1:1). ?Gvul, ? which means border or limit, is also found throughout the Bible (for example, Numbers 34:12). With this phrase, we have an opportunity to learn an interesting Hebrew concept: Notice the difference between the two explanations of the phrase. In English, the word "sky" is in the singular, while the word "shamayim" is plural. To describe a blue sky in Hebrew, you would say "Shamayim kchulim" and not "shamayim kachol. " The same applies to "mayim, " the word for water. There are various Biblical commentaries which deal with the relationship between these two words (Genesis 1:7). One explains that the word for sky can be broken into two words: ?Sham ? Mayim? (there - is water), meaning that there is some element of water within the heavens. We also find some also suggested reasons for the plurality of the words. Some claim that the sea and sky are two halves of the same component (look at the horizon between the sea and sky). In any case, remember the plurality thing and please make sure that when asking for hot water in a restaurant to request "Mayim chamim. " Back to this week's lesson.
EL CAMBIO DE EL NOMBRE ES LO UNICO Q NO ME GUSTO ?HIS NAME IS YAHWEH ( IS NOT YEHOVAH) WHEN YOU SAY HALELUYAH LOOK ON HIS NAME YAH HALLEL IN HEBREW MEANS PRAISE AND YAH IN HEBREW IS HIS NAME SHALOM. Download Full ã?ã??ã??ã?ã??ã?ã??ã??ã??ã? æ?ç??ã?§æ?ªæ?ã??å?ã??ã??ã??ã??à louer dans le quartier. HaShamayim misaprim k’vod Ayl The Heavens open up and tell Your Story, Of sun and clouds and storm, of wind and Glory. (Psalm 19:2) Where I live in New Mexico, the skies are my great entertainment and inspiration. With this practice, we watch the sky and receive from its wide expanse and changing colors, the story of God’s expanse and the Truth of Impermanence. You can try this practice lying back on a grassy field with your chant-buddies, looking up at the sky and receiving the amazing story that the Heavens tell. (If you do this practice at night you can substitute stars for sun. ) To hear the various parts of the chant, use the audio players. To download a part, right-click a note and save (or download) the linked MP3 file. To download the PDF file for this chant, click The Heavens PDF. For the musical notation, see The Magic of Hebrew Chant, page 275. The Magic of Hebrew Chant ©2013 Shefa Gold. All rights reserved.

Amen! Pr 30:4 Who hath ascended up into heaven, or descended? who hath gathered the wind in his fists? who hath bound the waters in a garment? who hath established all the ends of the earth? what is his name, and what is his sons name, if thou canst tell? Hebrews 1:8 But unto the Son he saith, Thy throne, O God, is for ever and ever: a sceptre of righteousness is the sceptre of thy kingdom. 9 Thou hast loved righteousness, and hated iniquity; therefore God, even thy God, hath anointed thee with the oil of gladness above thy fellows.10 And, Thou, Lord, in the beginning hast laid the foundation of the earth; and the heavens are the works of thine hands:11 They shall perish; but thou remainest; and they all shall wax old as doth a garment; 12 And as a vesture shalt thou fold them up, and they shall be changed: but thou art the same, and thy years shall not fail. 13 But to which of the angels said he at any time, Sit on my right hand, until I make thine enemies thy footstool.
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Glory to our God! Beautiful song. Shalom from INDIA. World Wide Jewish Pride. : , ! : ? !?. Aim israel jai. Shalom from Mexico. God bless you. Shamayim ( ????????), the Hebrew word for " heaven " (literally heavens, plural), denotes one component of the three-part biblical cosmology, the other elements being erets (the earth) and sheol (the underworld). Shamayim is the dwelling place of God and other heavenly beings, erets is the home of the living, and sheol is the realm of the dead, including, in post- Hebrew Bible literature (including the New Testament), the abode of the righteous dead. [1] Etymology [ edit] The Hebrew word shamayim is constructed of two parts: sham ( ?????) derived from Akkadian samu meaning "sky" or "lofty", and Hebrew mayim ( ?????) meaning "water". In Genesis 1:6 Elohim separated the "water from the water". The area above the earth was filled by sky-water ( sham-mayim) and the earth below was covered by sea-water ( yam-mayim). The Hebrew word for the sun is shemesh. It follows the same construction, where "shem" or "sham" (Akkadian: samu) means "sky" and esh (Akkadian: ish) means "fire", i. e., "sky-fire". Description [ edit] The Biblical authors pictured the earth as a flat disk floating in water, with the heavens above and the underworld below. [2] The raqiya ( firmament), a solid inverted bowl above the earth, coloured blue by the cosmic ocean, kept the waters above the earth from flooding the world. [3] From about 300 BCE a newer Greek model largely replaced the idea of a three-tiered cosmos; the newer view saw the earth as a sphere at the centre of a set of seven concentric heavens, one for each visible planet plus the sun and moon, with the realm of God in an eighth and highest heaven, but although several Jewish works from this period have multiple heavens, as do some New Testament works, none has exactly the formal Greek system. [4] Seven Heavens [ edit] In the course of the 1st millennium CE Jewish scholars developed an elaborate system of Seven Heavens, named: [5] [6] [7] Vilon (???????) or Araphel (???????) The first heaven, governed by Archangel Gabriel, is the closest of heavenly realms to the Earth; it is also considered the abode of Adam and Eve. Raqia (???????): The second heaven is dually controlled by Zachariel and Raphael. It was in this heaven that Moses, during his visit to Paradise, encountered the angel Nuriel who stood "300 parasangs high, with a retinue of 50 myriads of angels all fashioned out of water and fire". Also, Raqia is considered the realm where the fallen angels are imprisoned and the planets fastened. [8] Shehaqim (?????????, Shechaqim): The third heaven, under the leadership of Anahel, serves as the home of the Garden of Eden and the Tree of Life; it is also the realm where manna, the holy food of angels, is produced. [9] The Second Book of Enoch, meanwhile, states that both Paradise and hell are accommodated in Shehaqim with hell being located simply "on the northern side". Maon (??????): The fourth heaven is ruled by the Archangel Michael, and according to Talmud Hagiga 12, it contains the heavenly Jerusalem, the Temple, and the Altar. Makon (??????, Makhon): The fifth heaven is under the administration of Samael. It is also where the Ishim and the Song-Uttering Choirs reside. Zebul (??????): The sixth heaven falls under the jurisdiction of Sachiel. Araboth (????????, Aravoth): The seventh heaven, under the leadership of Cassiel, is the holiest of the seven heavens because it houses the Throne of God attended by the Seven Archangels and serves as the realm in which God dwells; underneath the throne itself lies the abode of all unborn human souls. It is also considered the home of the Seraphim, the Cherubim, and the Hayyoth. [10] Medieval Jewish Merkavah and Heichalot literature focused on discussing the details of these heavens, sometimes in connection with traditions relating to Enoch, such as the Third Book of Enoch. [11] [ edit] In the 19th century book Legends of the Jews, Louis Ginzberg compiled Jewish legends found in rabbinic literature. Among the legends are ones about the world to come and the two Gardens of Eden. The world to come is called Paradise, and it is said to have a double gate made of carbuncle that is guarded by 600, 000 shining angels. [12] Seven clouds of glory overshadow Paradise, and under them, in the center of Paradise, stands the tree of life. [13] The tree of life overshadows Paradise too, and it has fifteen thousand different tastes and aromas that winds blow all across Paradise. [14] Under the tree of life are many pairs of canopies, one of stars and the other of sun and moon, while a cloud of glory separates the two. In each pair of canopies sits a rabbinic scholar who explains the Torah to one. [15] When one enters Paradise one is proffered by Michael (archangel) to God on the altar of the temple of the heavenly Jerusalem, [16] whereupon one is transfigured into an angel (the ugliest person becomes as beautiful and shining as "the grains of a silver pomegranate upon which fall the rays of the sun"). [17] The angels that guard Paradise's gate adorn one in seven clouds of glory, crown one with gems and pearls and gold, place eight myrtles in one's hand, and praise one for being righteous while leading one to a garden of eight hundred roses and myrtles that is watered by many rivers. [18] In the garden is one's canopy, its beauty according to one's merit, but each canopy has four rivers - milk, honey, wine, and balsam [19] - flowing out from it, and has a golden vine and thirty shining pearls hanging from it. [20] Under each canopy is a table of gems and pearls attended to by sixty angels. [21] The light of Paradise is the light of the righteous people therein. [22] Each day in Paradise one wakes up a child and goes to bed an elder to enjoy the pleasures of childhood, youth, adulthood, and old age. [23] In each corner of Paradise is a forest of 800, 000 trees, the least among the trees greater than the best herbs and spices, [24] attended to by 800, 000 sweetly singing angels. [25] Paradise is divided into seven paradises, each one 120, 000 miles long and wide. [26] Depending on one's merit, one joins one of the paradises: the first is made of glass and cedar and is for converts to Judaism; the second is of silver and cedar and is for penitents; the third is of silver and gold, gems and pearls, and is for the patriarchs, Moses and Aaron, the Israelites that left Egypt and lived in the wilderness, and the kings of Israel; the fourth is of rubies and olive wood and is for the holy and steadfast in faith; the fifth is like the third, except a river flows through it and its bed was woven by Eve and angels, and it is for the Messiah and Elijah; and the sixth and seventh divisions are not described, except that they are respectively for those who died doing a pious act and for those who died from an illness in expiation for Israel's sins. [27] Beyond Paradise, according to Legends of the Jews, is the higher Gan Eden, where God is enthroned and explains the Torah to its inhabitants. [28] The higher Gan Eden contains three hundred ten worlds and is divided into seven compartments. [29] The compartments are not described, though it is implied that each compartment is greater than the previous one and is joined based on one's merit. [30] The first compartment is for Jewish martyrs, the second for those who drowned, the third for "Rabbi Johanan ben Zakkai and his disciples, " the fourth for those whom the cloud of glory carried off, the fifth for penitents, the sixth for youths who have never sinned; and the seventh for the poor who lived decently and studied the Torah. [31] See also [ edit] Biblical cosmology Celestial spheres Garden of Eden Gehenna Resurrection of the dead Religious cosmology References [ edit] ^ Fretheim 2003, p.?201 ^ Aune 2003, p.?119 ^ Pennington 2007, p.?42 ^ ^ The Seven Heavens in the Talmud. (see Ps. lxviii. 5). ^ "ANGELOLOGY - ". ^ The Legends of the Jews I, 131, and II, 306. ^ The Legends of the Jews V, 374. ^ Ginzberg, Louis. Henrietta Szold (trans. ). The Legends of the Jews. Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1909?38. ISBN ? 0-8018-5890-9. ^ Scholem, Gershom. Jewish Gnosticism, Merkabah Mysticism, and the Talmudic Tradition, 1965. ^ The Sacred Texts: Legends of the Jews, Chapter 1 ^ The Sacred Page: Legends of the Jews, Chapter 1 Bibliography [ edit] Aune, David E. (2003). "Cosmology". Westminster Dictionary of the New Testament and Early Christian Literature. Westminster John Knox Press. Fretheim, Terence E. "Heaven(s)". In Gowan, Donald E (ed. The Westminster theological wordbook of the Bible. Westminster University Press. Pennington, Jonathan T. (2007). Heaven and earth in the Gospel of Matthew. Brill. External links [ edit] Jewish Encyclopedia: Heaven.
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