Ernst Gabriella

Ernst Gabriella

Ernst Gabriella
További ötletek tőle: Ernst
Tree of Life + Chai (Hebrew word for life)

Tree of Life + Chai (Hebrew word for life)

Burning Bush, Hebrew word for I am, Acrylic

Burning Bush, Hebrew word for I am, Acrylic

Engraved Shalom Rock  Shalom in Hebrew by sjengraving on Etsy, $25.00

Engraved Shalom Rock Shalom in Hebrew by sjengraving on Etsy, $25.00

"Mer" means Light.   "Ka" means Spirit.   "Ba" means Body.  Mer-Ka-Ba means the spirit/body surrounded by counter-rotating fields of light, (wheels within wheels), spirals of energy as in DNA, which transports spirit/body from one dimension to another.  In Hebrew the word Merkabah מרכבה means "chariot".  arTist; Unknown

"Mer" means Light. "Ka" means Spirit. "Ba" means Body. Mer-Ka-Ba means the spirit/body surrounded by counter-rotating fields of light, (wheels within wheels), spirals of energy as in DNA, which transports spirit/body from one dimension to another. In Hebrew the word Merkabah מרכבה means "chariot". arTist; Unknown

Yeshua!

Yeshua!

Hebrew - mayim: water.

Hebrew - mayim: water.

Psalm 145:20  The three yud-shaped tips of the letter shin all reach heavenward, asking for G-d’s divine blessings. “Shalom” starting with the letter shin, means “peace” in this world. “Shabbat,” the Sabbath day, is a day of rest and holiness at the end of the secular week, is a gift from  G-d.    The shape of the letter shin also reminds us of the three patriarchs, Abraham, Issac, and Jacob, who rose above their contemporaries in spirit, character, and courage.

Psalm 145:20 The three yud-shaped tips of the letter shin all reach heavenward, asking for G-d’s divine blessings. “Shalom” starting with the letter shin, means “peace” in this world. “Shabbat,” the Sabbath day, is a day of rest and holiness at the end of the secular week, is a gift from G-d. The shape of the letter shin also reminds us of the three patriarchs, Abraham, Issac, and Jacob, who rose above their contemporaries in spirit, character, and courage.

Psalm 145:6  The letter "vav" is the sixth letter in the Hebrew alphabet, meaning "and" when placed at the beginning of a word. The first line of the Torah (Bible) opens with "In the beginning, G-d was creating the heavens and the earth." The vav connects heaven to earth, just as we are physical beings with a spiritual component. The hook-shape of the top of the letter vav reaches upwards, grabbing and connecting both worlds.

Psalm 145:6 The letter "vav" is the sixth letter in the Hebrew alphabet, meaning "and" when placed at the beginning of a word. The first line of the Torah (Bible) opens with "In the beginning, G-d was creating the heavens and the earth." The vav connects heaven to earth, just as we are physical beings with a spiritual component. The hook-shape of the top of the letter vav reaches upwards, grabbing and connecting both worlds.

The letter "beit" is the second letter in the Hebrew alphabet, and begins the first word in the Torah, "Bereshet" or "In the Beginning." Having a solid foundation on the baseline, this letter represents a house or "home." The numerical value of the letter is two, reminding us that the world is comprised of pairs: man and woman, day and night, holy and secular.

The letter "beit" is the second letter in the Hebrew alphabet, and begins the first word in the Torah, "Bereshet" or "In the Beginning." Having a solid foundation on the baseline, this letter represents a house or "home." The numerical value of the letter is two, reminding us that the world is comprised of pairs: man and woman, day and night, holy and secular.

Psalm 145:19  The 20th letter, reish, has a bent shape like that of a tzadhe, also bowed in repentance to G-d. The reason one might ask for forgiveness is to repent for sinful behavior. The title "rasha," implying a "wicked person," begins with a reish. the repentant pose of the reish shows that even a rasha can return to G-d. When a person completely repents, they become a "rosh," a leader as opposed to a follower. [last paragraph is awesome, won't fit. :(]

Psalm 145:19 The 20th letter, reish, has a bent shape like that of a tzadhe, also bowed in repentance to G-d. The reason one might ask for forgiveness is to repent for sinful behavior. The title "rasha," implying a "wicked person," begins with a reish. the repentant pose of the reish shows that even a rasha can return to G-d. When a person completely repents, they become a "rosh," a leader as opposed to a follower. [last paragraph is awesome, won't fit. :(]