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The palm tree of Deborah

Cordovero, Moses, 1522-1570.

The palm tree of Deborah

by Cordovero, Moses, 1522-1570.

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Published in New York : Hermon Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jewish ethics.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMoses Cordovero ; translated from the Hebrew with an introd. and notes by Louis Jacobs.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBJ1287.C63.T63 1974
    The Physical Object
    Pagination133 p. ;
    Number of Pages133
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22902160M
    ISBN 100872030393
    LC Control Number73093366

    Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Deborah's Palm Tree by Ethel McMilin (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! Judges Chapter 4 שׁוֹפְטִים 4 Now Deborah, a prophetess, the wife of Lappidoth, she judged Israel at that time. 5 And she sat under the palm-tree of Deborah between Ramah and Beth-el in the hill-country of Ephraim; and the children of Israel came up to her for judgment.

      I love the picture of Deborah, wife of Lappidoth, sitting at work under that palm tree in the hill country of Ephraim, “and the people of Israel came up to her for judgment” (Judges –5). Here is a strong woman used by God to exercise strategic leadership among God’s people; this is beautiful and important for us to see. Deborah was both a prophetess and ruler of the people of ancient Israel, the only woman among the twelve judges. She held court under the Palm Tree of Deborah in the hill country of Ephraim, deciding the people’s disputes. Judges 4 tells the story of Deborah the Prophetess Leads the Battle.

    Consider that the “Son” in Isa. is called an “Everlasting Father.” Judges says, “Now Deborah, a prophetess, [a woman] of Lappidoth, was leading Israel at that time. She would sit (i.e., give legal counsel) under the Date Palm Tree of Deborah between Ramah and Bethel in the Ephraimite hill country.   Deborah is sitting under the palm tree, it is called the Palm of Deborah, maybe because that is where she sat and held court. Read verses This day was a normal day in the life of Israel, Deborah set up court, and the people came to have their disputes settled. Such has .


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The palm tree of Deborah by Cordovero, Moses, 1522-1570. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The palm tree and/or its branches represented peace, plenty and fruitfulness, grace and elegance, and majesty and military triumph.

Juxtaposition to these perspectives is how the palm tree fits into the story of Deborah. In Deborah’s situation, the palm tree signified justice. Deborah held court under the palm tree and distributed justice.

The classic kabbalistic work, The Tomer Devorah by Rabbi Moshe Cordovero, is now available for the general English-speaking public.

Written by one of the foremost Jewish mystics of Safed's golden age, Tomer Devorah is a unique moral treatise based on a Kabbalist's understanding of mitzvot/5(12).

Tomer Devorah (The Palm Tree of Deborah) by Moses Cordovero. Moses ben Jacob Cordovero, one of the most profound and systematic exponents of the teachings of the Zohar and a leading figure in the circle of mystics for which sixteenth-century Safed in Palestine was renowned, was born in and died at the age of 48, in We have no idea what Cordovero meant by the title of his book.

Rabbi Moshe Miller who translated and annotated this book, suggests that the title was taken from Judges which states that the prophetes Deborah “sat under the palm tree of Deborah” and the title “clearly suggests an oasis/5.

Tomer Devorah (The Palm Tree of Deborah) by Moses Cordovero trans. Louis Jacobs, New York Sepher-Hermon Press, Moses ben Jacob Cordovero, one of the most profound and systematic exponents of the teachings of the Zohar and a leading figure in the circle of mystics for which sixteenth-century Safed in Palestine was renowned, was born in andFile Size: KB.

Deborah Beneath the Palm Tree (c. –), James Tissot Grave near Kedesh attributed to Barak or Deborah In the Book of Judges, it is stated that Deborah was a prophet, Predecessor: Shamgar. dwelt under the palm tree of Deborah] The marg.

sat is better, cf. Jdg1 Samuel ; 1 Samuellit. she was sitting, i.e. to declare the divine will in disputes and cases of difficulty; hence, it is implied, the palm tree of Deborah between Ramah (er-Râm) and Beth-el (Beitin), 5 and 12 m.

respectively N. of Jerusalem, obtained its name. Genre/Form: Early works Early works to Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cordovero, Moses ben Jacob, Palm tree of Deborah. Deborah lived somewhere about BCE, about a century or so after the Hebrews entered Canaan. Her story is told in the Book of Judges, Chapters 4 and 5.

According to author Joseph Telushkin in his book Jewish Literacy, the only thing known about Deborah's private life was the name of her husband, Lapidot (or Lappidoth). There is no indication Author: Cynthia Astle.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cordovero, Moses ben Jacob, Palm tree of Deborah. New York: Sepher-Hermon Press, (OCoLC) 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. She judged under a palm tree—a setting, rabbinic tradition maintains, that validated her fairness, openness, and refusal to show partiality.

Deborah is introduced, as are the other 11 judges in the Book of Judges, without fanfare. The Bible records no dissent or rebellion against her. FOOTNOTES. 1 - repentance 'From the side of the Mother (=Understanding) issue emissaries of punishment who are armed with the clubs of Geburah (=the Sephirah of Power, the source of Judgment) and prevail over Mercy, and then the worlds are defective and there is conflict between them.

But when men amend their waysbelow, punishment is mitigated and removed, and mercy is awakened and. Deborah stood out in this respect that she was not a warrior; rather she was a prophetess and a fearless leader.

The Book of Judges begins the story of Deborah with her sitting under a palm tree where she would give guidance and council to all who came to seek it. Now, chapter 4 of the Book of Judges tells us that Deborah was a prophetess, the wife of a man named Lappidoth and was "judging Israel at that time, and she used to sit under the palm tree of Deborah between Ramah and Bethel in the hill country of Ephraim.

Deborah under the palm tree printable. Paper Palm Tree Palm Tree Crafts Felt Board Stories Felt Stories Tree Templates Templates Printable Free Leaf Template Printables Printable Invitations. Faça Fácil: Enfeite de porta Safari Deborah a Judge of Israel - Palm tree with Deborah sitting at the bottom.

In Jud. Deborah “used to sit under the Palm of Deborah,” which is understood to symbolize the state of the people. According to one interpretation, Deborah would sit under the palm tree and teach Torah she-bi-khetav: Lit.

"the written Torah.". (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.

Tomer Devorah (Hebrew: תומר דבורה, English: The Palm Tree of Deborah) was written in Hebrew in the middle of the 16th century by Moses Cordovero, a Jewish kabbalist in Safed, short text deals mostly with the Imitation of God through the acquisition of divine traits, especially those of the first edition was published in Venice in   "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.

Jun 5, - Deborah and Barak. Arts and Crafts. Sunday School. Palm Tree.Deborah lived in the Mountains of Ephraim, between Ramah and Beth-El. In the midst of the sin and idolatry, Deborah remained true to G‑d and His Torah.

She was wise and G‑d fearing, and the people flocked to her for advice and help. Deborah held court beneath a palm-tree, in the open : Nissan Mindel.“Deborah the prophetess‑woman, Lapidot‑woman‑‑she judged Israel at that time.

“She would sit under ‘Deborah’s Palm Tree’ between Ramah and Beth‑El on Mount Ephraim, and the Israelites went up to her for judgment.” Prophet and “Lapidot-woman” The record begins as Israel is Author: Tikva Frymer-Kensky.