Ten Tribes Studies (4 April, 2014, 4 Nisan, 5774) Contents:
1. YouTubeÂ Clip.Â Anglo-SaxonÂ EqualsÂ Â Ephraim!
Duration 16.8 minutes
The name Angle is the same as Aegel and means Bull-Calf in Hebrew. It was a nickname for Ephraim. Later we find it again in the Angles who gave their name to England and tot he term Anglo-Saxon.
Anglo Equals Ephraim!!! Aegel Meaning Bull Calf and the Equation of the Anglo-Saxons with Ephraim
2. Time Line by Sylvia Halpert. Pictures Enlarged
A Pictorial History of Israel with an Emphasis on the Ten Tribes
Pictures Enlarged to make all text readable, and Re-Arranged.
These pictures are very good. The illustrations depict a good portion of the Brit-Am Understanding of Scripture and history.
From my own experience and by looking at my grandchildren I have seen that pictorial illustrations can be much more effective than one would think.
3. Proverbs 17:18-22 Be Good to Yourself and to Others!
18 It is senseless to give a pledge,
Â Â to become surety for a neighbor.
In the same way as we should not be mean and selfish but generous and helpful to others we should still be careful.
Proverbs here may be understood to inform us that someone who tends in the opposite direction is may also be criminally irresponsible. We should be careful not to harm
ourselves and/or ourÂ family by being to trusting or too needlessly generous.
19 One who loves transgression loves strife;
Â Â one who builds a high threshold invites broken bones.
We should avoid superfluous arguments even when we are in the right.
The second part of the verse may alternately be translated (in the light of the Commentators) as saying,
# One who open wides his mouth [in pride or argumenation] invites disaster. #
20 The crooked of mind do not prosper,
Â Â and the perverse of tongue fall into calamity.
21 The one who begets a fool gets trouble;
Â Â the parent of a fool has no joy.
We should endeavor to live in such a way as to do credit to our ancestors. if they were better than us we should live up to them. if they were worse than we were then perhaps the particular task of our own existence requires us to make better a little of what they did not?
22 A cheerful heart is a good medicine,
Â Â but a downcast spirit dries up the bones.
Think positively and well. he happy. Be pleasant to other people. It pays off and also helps yourself feel better.
Even if you do not feel cheerful if you act as though you were you will feel that way.
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