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The Palm Tree of Deborah; Translated from the Hebrew With an Introduction and Notes

Moses Cordovero

The Palm Tree of Deborah; Translated from the Hebrew With an Introduction and Notes

by Moses Cordovero

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Published by Sepher Hermon Pr .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsLouis Jacobs (Translator)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages133
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11110968M
ISBN 100872030970
ISBN 109780872030978
OCLC/WorldCa7308503

  Deborah No. 2 The Woman Who Was a Fearless Patriot. Scripture References—Judges 4 and 5; Hebrews Name Meaning—Although we know nothing of the early history of this prophetess-judge, it may be that her parents with a knowledge of the unselfish and untiring service of Deborah the nurse, gave their baby girl the same name which, as already indicated, means “a bee.”. CHAPTER 4. Judges DEBORAH AND BARAK DELIVER ISRAEL FROM JABIN AND SISERA. 1. The children of Israel again did evil in the sight of the Lord, when Ehud was dead--The removal of the zealous judge Ehud again left his infatuated countrymen without the restraint of religion.. 2, 3.

  The Palm of Judgment. She used to sit under the palm tree of Deborah between Ramah and Bethel in the hill country of Ephraim; and the sons of Israel came up to her for judgment. (Jdg ) As a judge, Deborah not only had judicial power, but she . Palm trees are a botanical family of perennial lianas, shrubs, and are the only members of the family Arecaceae, which is the only family in the order grow in hot climates. Well known palm trees are: Date palm; Coconut palm; There are about species of palm trees, most of them living in tropical, subtropical, and warm temperate climates.

Contextual Overview 4 A prophetess named Deborah, the wife of Lappidoth, was judge of Israel at that time. 5 Deborah would sit under the Palm Tree of Deborah, which was between the cities of Ramah and Bethel, in the mountains of Ephraim. And the people of Israel would come to her to settle their arguments. 6 Deborah sent a message to Barak son of Abinoam. Contextual Overview 4 Now Deborah, a prophetess, the wife of Lappidoth, judged Israel at that time. 5 She sat under the palm tree of Deborah between Ramah and Bethel in the hill country of Ephraim, and the Israelites came up to her for judgment. 6 And she sent and called Barak son of Abinoam from Kedesh in Naphtali and said to him, Has not the Lord, the God of Israel, commanded [you], Go.


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The Palm Tree of Deborah; Translated from the Hebrew With an Introduction and Notes by Moses Cordovero Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Palm Tree of Deborah; Translated from the Hebrew With an Introduction and Notes 3rd Edition by Moses Cordovero (Author), Louis Jacobs (Translator) ISBN The notes on the book follow after the translation, and include explanations of some difficult terms and sources.

"The Palm Tree of Devorah" is set forth clearly in Hebrew alongside an English translation. The Hebrew is pointed, and difficulty with the English is a result of the difficulty of the work rather than the translation/5.

The Palm Tree of Devorah (English and Hebrew Edition) (Hebrew) Hardcover – January 1, by Moshe Cordevero (Author), Moshe Miller (Translator) out of 5 stars 15 ratings/5(12).

Tomer Devorah - The Palm Tree of Deborah Rabbi Moshe Cordovero ZTKL Chapter I: It is proper for man to imitate his Creator, and then he will conform to the secret of the Supernal Form resembling Him in both likeness and image. Because if man will have the likeness of body and not of actions he debasesFile Size: KB.

Moses ben Jacob Cordovero (Hebrew: משה קורדובירו ‎ Moshe Kordovero ‎; –) was a central figure in the historical development of Kabbalah, leader of a mystical school in 16th-century Safed, Ottoman is known by the acronym the Ramak (Hebrew: רמ״ק ‎).

After the Medieval flourishing of Kabbalah, centered on the Zohar, attempts were made to give a complete. According to the Book of Judges, Deborah (Hebrew: דְּבוֹרָה ‎, Dəḇōrāh, "bee"; Arabic: دبوراه ‎, Dabūrāh) was a prophetess of the God of the Israelites, the fourth Judge of pre-monarchic Israel and the only female judge mentioned in the Bible, and the wife of h told Barak that God commanded him to lead an attack against the forces of Jabin king of.

Jacobs, Louis, The Palm Tree of Deborah, translated from the Hebrew with an introduction and notes New York: SepherHermon Press, (first published. Deborah (Hebrew: דְּבוֹרָה, Modern Dvora Tiberian Dəḇôrā ; "Bee", Arabic: دیبا Diba‎) was a prophetess of Jehovah.

According to the Book of Judges, Deborah was the fourth Judge of pre-monarchic Israel. Being the only female judge in the vast history of Israel, Deborah led a successful counterattack against the forces of Jabin, king of Canaan and his military commander Sisera.

Boda (, p. ) notes that Israel’s success and the Canaanites’ failure are directly related to their relationship to Yahweh. “Wife of Lappidoth” also could be translated “woman of torches” or “woman of flame”; rabbinic tradition notes that Deborah was “a great light in Israel” (“Deborah,” p.

"And Deborah, a prophetess, the wife of Lapidoth, she judged Israel at that time. And she dwelt under the palm tree of Deborah between Ramah and Bethel in mount Ephraim: and the children of Israel came up to her for judgment." Judges Because of the sins of the people, they were under the oppression of Jabin.

Notes: Translation of: Tomer Devorah (Romanized form). Description: pages ; 24 cm: Series Title: Judaic studies library, SHP 8. Other Titles: Tomer Devorah.

Responsibility: Moses Cordovero ; translated from the Hebrew with an introduction and notes by Louis Jacobs. NAS: the palm tree of Deborah between KJV: under the palm tree of Deborah between Ramah INT: under the palm of Deborah between Ramah.

Judges HEB: סִֽיסְרָ֑א וַתָּ֧קָם דְּבוֹרָ֛ה וַתֵּ֥לֶךְ עִם־ NAS: of a woman. Then Deborah arose KJV: of a woman. And Deborah arose, INT: Sisera arose Deborah and.

The palm tree of Deborah by Moses Cordovero () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The palm tree of Deborah by Moses Cordovero () The Palm Tree of Deborah; Translated from the Hebrew With an Introduction and Notes Moses Cordovero.

Paperback. 2 offers from $Reviews: 2. (5) She dwelt under the palm tree of Deborah Similarly Abraham is said to have lived under the oak of Mamre (Genesis ), and Saul under the pomegranate of Migron (1Samuel ). "Such tents the patriarchs loved "(Coleridge). Dean Stanley (Jewish Chron. ) draws a fine contrast between the triumphant "mother of Israel" (Judges 5 under her palm, full of the fire of faith and energy.

Palm tree (Heb. tamar), the date-palm characteristic of Palestine. It is described as "flourishing" (Psalms ), tall (Cant ), "upright" (Jeremiah ).Its branches are a symbol of victory (Revelation ). "Rising with slender stem 40 or 50, at times e feet aloft, its only branches, the feathery, snow-like, pale-green fronds from 6 to 12 feet long, bending from its top, the.

NAS: and seventy palm trees, and they camped KJV: and threescore and ten palm trees; and they pitched INT: of water and seventy palm camped there. Deuteronomy HEB: יְרֵח֛וֹ עִ֥יר הַתְּמָרִ֖ים עַד־ צֹֽעַר׃ NAS: the city of palm trees, as far KJV: the city of palm trees, unto Zoar.

INT: of Jericho the city. Deborah and the Book of Judges By Avi Lazerson The story of Deborah the prophetess which is told in the Book of Judges (Shoftim in Hebrew) is a story that has a special relevance for our Book of Judges follows the Book of Joshua which is the 'sequel' to the Five Books of Moses.

The Palm Tree of Deborah book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A classic work of Jewish philosophy and Mussar by the famed /5(3). (5) She dwelt under the palm tree of Deborah.— Similarly Abraham is said to have lived under the oak of Mamre (Genesis ), and Saul under the pomegranate of Migron (1Samuel ).).

“Such tents the patriarchs loved “(Coleridge). Dean Stanley (Jewish Chron. ) draws a fine contrast between the triumphant “mother of Israel” (Judges 5 under her palm, full of the fire of faith. The Palm Tree of Deborah Hardcover – January 1, by Moses Cordovero (Author), Louis Jacobs (Translator, Introduction) out of 5 stars 2 ratingsReviews: 2.

Notes: Translation of Tomer Devorah. Reprint of the ed. published by Vallentine, Mitchell, London. Description: pages ; 24 cm: Other Titles: Tomer Devorah. Responsibility: Moses Cordovero ; translated from the Hebrew with an introd. and notes by Louis Jacobs.palm tree in Hebrew - Translation of palm tree to Hebrew from Morfix dictionary, the leading online English Hebrew translation site, with audio pronunciation, inflections, synonyms, example sentences, Hebrew Nikud (punctuation), encyclopedia and more.KJV: and palm trees, so that a palm tree [was] between a cherub INT: cherubim and palm trees was between cherub.

Ezekiel HEB: אָדָ֤ם אֶל־ הַתִּֽמֹרָה֙ מִפּ֔וֹ וּפְנֵֽי־ NAS: face toward the palm tree on one side KJV: of a man [was] toward the palm tree on the one side, and the face INT: A man's toward.