6 edition of Miriam"s well found in the catalog.
A retelling of Old Testament stories focusing on women including Naomi and Ruth, Miriam, Hagar, Judith, Esther, and others.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 169).
|Statement||Alice Bach and J. Cheryl Exum ; with a frontispiece and decorations by Leo and Diane Dillon.|
|Contributions||Exum, J. Cheryl., Dillon, Leo, ill., Dillon, Diane, ill.|
|LC Classifications||BS551.2 .B23 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 171 p. :|
|Number of Pages||171|
|LC Control Number||90048099|
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For those of us who lived through those times, the book is a reminder of their importance.” ~ Thomas Pecore Weso, author of Good Seeds: A. Miriam ’s Well (Be’erah shel Miriam) is the name of the spring that miraculously provided water and accompanied the Israelites throughout the 40 years they traveled in the wilderness.
Why is the well called by Miriam’s name. And what happened to Miriam’s Well after the Jews entered the land of Israel?. Miriam’s Merit.
Toward the end of the Israelites’ sojourn in the desert, the Author: Yehuda Shurpin. Miriam's Well by Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg, published by Ice Cube Press, featuring early reviews, plus music by Kelley Hunt & Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg, performed by Kelley Hunt.
See more at. Miriam is first mentioned by name at the Song at the Sea (Ex. –21): “Then Miriam the prophetess, Aaron’s sister, took a timbrel in her hand, and all the women went out after her in dance with timbrels. And Miriam chanted for them, Miriams well book to the Lord, for He has triumphed gloriously; horse and driver He has hurled into the sea.’“.
It was called Miriam’s Well, because it existed in the merit of Moses’ older sister Miriam, who was a righteous woman and a prophetess in her own right. In this week’s portion, we read about Miriam’s death only months before the entry of the Jewish people into the Holy Land.
About Miriam Sagan I'm blogging about poetry, land art, haiku, women artists, road trips, and Baba Yaga at Miriam's Well (). The well is ALWAYS looking to publish poetry on our themes, sudden fiction, and guest bloggers and musers. Miriam, the daughter of Amram and Yocheved, and older sister of her two famous brothers, Aaron and Moses, was born in Egypt just when the Jewish people were reduced to slavery, oppression and hard was in the year (after Creation), eighty-six years before the liberation.
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Her fiction runs the gamut from contemporary to historical and from realistic to paranormal. An ex-librarian, Ruby now writes full-time, in addition to /5(5). I believe that within the consciousness of Moses’ family was, “Well, this is such a special child. He is going to have all this special training and contact in the palace—maybe God is going to use him!” I wonder how Miriam felt when he moved to the luxury of the palace and the rest of.
In the manner of their Moses' Ark (), the authors offer a dozen more dramatically retold Old Testament stories, with notes explaining word use, sources, and poetic details.
Some of these (e.g., the Hagar or Abigail stories) are based on little more than anecdotes, yet the women are important, if obscure, and their lives affected or changed the history of the Jewish : Alice Bach. Miriam’s Well (Be’erah shel Miriam) is the name the Hebrews gave to the spring that provided water and throughout the 40 years the Israelites traveled in the wilderness.
So those are the stories in the Bible that give us a glimpse of who Miriam was and her importance in the history of our faith. Well, despite this issue about its use, people still use it and don’t mind what could addiction to this product do to them.
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Desserts, Baked Goods, and Treats for Every Occasion By Miriam Pascal. Get this from a library. Miriam's well: stories about women in the Bible.
[Alice Bach; J Cheryl Exum; Leo Dillon; Diane Dillon] -- A retelling of Old Testament stories focusing on women including Naomi and Ruth, Miriam, Hagar, Judith, Esther, and others.
Answer: Miriam in the Bible is Moses’ older sister. She is called “Miriam the prophetess” in Exodus She plays an important role in several episodes of Moses’ life and in the exodus of Israel from Egypt.
Miriam is the sister who watches over her baby brother Moses among the bulrushes on the banks of the Nile. Their mother had. Get this from a library! Miriam's well. [Lois Ruby] -- When Miriam develops bone cancer, she finds herself the focus of a battle between the medical and legal establishments and the small Christian sect to which she and her family belong.Miriam’s Well entered the realm of Midrash as testimony to the greatness of this unique leader.
As the Jews wandered through the wilderness, lacking adequate water would have been fatal. However, the power of Miriam’s integrity, piety and caring was such that God provided a moving well of water, one which followed the people throughout Author: Rabbi Bradley Artson.Penina Adelman created a Rosh Chodesh ritual honouring Miriam in her book Miriams Well: Rituals for Jewish Women Around the Year ( ).7 Now Miriam's cup was documented in the foreword of a book containing rituals for so-called Rosh Chodesh groups: Boston A group of women sat in a circle on the living room floor of a house in the.