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The Shekinah Road

by Roberta Bedell Bausum

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Published by AuthorHouse .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Fiction

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages268
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11875070M
    ISBN 101425982778
    ISBN 109781425982775
    OCLC/WorldCa154701032

    The Shekinah is the image of the Divine Feminine or the feminine face of God as it was conceived in the mystical tradition of Judaism, originating perhaps in the rabbinic schools of Babylon and transmitted orally for a thousand years until it flowered in the writings of the Jewish Kabbalists of medieval Spain and southwestern France. In Kabbalah, religion ceases to be a matter of worship and. CHECK IN LOCATION: C Duck Road, Duck Office. Linens and towels provided at no additional cost. This home will provide sheets for all beds and the beds will be made with the exception of sleep sofas, top bunks and trundle beds in which case the sheets are provided.

    Some times the Shekinah Glory is mentioned in Bible study books, or theological works. It is referred to as the "Glory Cloud" that covered the Ark and the Tabernacle. This study of the Shekinah Glory of God begins in Genesis and continues through to the book of Revelation. From the beginning of the Bible to the end, the Shekinah Glory is. view life in a new perspective: god's point of view! this book shows you how the lord is calling you to enter the holy of holies according to heb the veil was teared down to open the way your life will never be the same, after encountering the shekinah, the manifested glory of god!!!

    SHEKINAH. she-ki'-na (shekhinah, "that which dwells," from the verb shakhen, or shakhan, "to dwell," "reside"): This word is not found in the Bible, but there are allusions to it in Isaiah ; Matthew ; Luke ; Romans It is first found in the Targums. This physical manifestation of God has come to be called the Shekinah. The Shekinah Glory is the visible manifestation of the presence of God. It is the majestic presence or manifestation of God in which He descends to dwell among men. Whenever the invisible God becomes visible, and whenever the omnipresence of God is localized, this is the Shekinah Glory.


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The Glory of the Shekinah is seen coming down from heaven to dwell with His children on earth for ever. This manifestation of the Father is a new teaching to many Bible students. It is the prayer of the author that this book will be able to bring glory and praise to God.

Amen. The author of this book did not take the well traveled road/5(5). The Shekinah glory is a visible manifestation of God in the natural world. At times, the Spirit of the Lord would visit people in human form (Genesis –2), and at times, the Spirit of the Lord would "rush upon" a person and give them supernatural powers (Judges ; 1 Samuel ).

The Glory of the Shekinah is seen coming down from heaven to dwell with His children on earth for ever. This manifestation of the Father is a new teaching to many Bible students.

It is the prayer of the author that this book will be able to bring glory and praise to God. Amen. The author of this book The Shekinah Road book not take the well traveled road.

Gary Lindberg's "The Shekinah Legacy" is a darn fun read, if you like fast-paced thrillers and religious history mystery. In that sense, it's a nice read for a Dan Brown fan.

Or someone who is into the alternative, "secret history" conspiracies. I did speed through it, in just a couple of sittings/5(84). Shekhina, also spelled Shekhinah, Shechina, or Schechina, (Hebrew: “Dwelling,” or “Presence”), in Jewish theology, the presence of God in the designation was first used in the Aramaic form, shekinta, in the interpretive Aramaic translations of the Old Testament known as Targums, and it was frequently used in the Talmud, Midrash, and other postbiblical Jewish writings.

If fire is only a description of God’s Glory, it may at least be related. There are too many descriptions in the Bible of the Shekinah Glory as an energy source for it not to be related in some way to fire. In the book of Daniel, the story is given of Shadrach, Meshach, and Aded-nego and their encounter with the fiery furnace.

Shekinah Glory is a visible manifestation of God on earth, whose presence is portrayed through a natural occurrence. The word shekinah is a Hebrew name meaning “dwelling” or “one who dwells.” Shekinah Glory means “He caused to dwell,” referring to the divine presence of God.

In the Encyclopedia Judaica the "Shekinah" is defined as "the Divine Presence, the numinous immanence of God in the world, a revelation of the holy in the midst of the profane." (Vol pp. The Encyclopedia goes on to say -- "One of the more prominent images associated with the Shekhinah is that of light.

Some times the Shekinah Glory is mentioned in Bible study books, or theological works. It is referred to as the "Glory Cloud" that covered the Ark and the Tabernacle. This study of the Shekinah Glory of God begins in Genesis and continues through to the book of Revelation.

From the beginning of the Bible to the end, the Shekinah Glory is /5(3). Alibris is one of the premier rare and out-of-print book sites on the Internet. We have thousands of rare and antique treasures brought to you by our network of trusted Sellers from all around the the search box above to find fond treasures from your childhood or that one book that has escaped your collection thus far.

We specialize in making it easier for you to get the books you need. So, the Shekinah glory of God would refer to the personal presence of God. The word Shekinah does not occur in the Old or New Testaments in the original languages.

However, it entered Christian theology as a term via the targums and rabbinic literature after the Old Testament was completed and before the New Testament period began. Shekinah definition ata free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now.

THE COSMIC SHEKINAH is no different. For such a short book, it is packed with documented and noted information, with an exhaustive bibliography for the more curious.

They discuss the precursors of the Shekinah and her progeny, as well as goddess figures that might have inspired or are at least parallel to the s: Etymology. The word shekhinah is not present in the Bible, and is first encountered in the rabbinic literature.: –49 The Semitic root from which shekhinah is derived, n, means "to settle, inhabit, or dwell".

In the verb form, it is often used to refer to the dwelling of a person or animal in a place, or to the dwelling of God. Nouns derived from the root included shachen ("neighbor. Jun 2, - Explore Amy Jaquess Jackson's board "Shekinah Glory", followed by people on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Shekinah glory, Shekinah, Glory pins. The Shekinah Glory or the manifestation of Christ within us, the road to spiritual maturity. Thursday, February 7, ROM who [a reference to his brethren, kinsmen according to the flesh], “Shekinah” – Shakan = to dwell; Jesus Christ indwelt certain sacred buildings in Israel.

Shekhinah In Kabbalah the Shekhinah is the archetype of the divine female, characterised by the epithets Mother, Sister, Daughter, Beloved, Bride and Queen. According to the sefirotic system of the Tree of Life the Shekhinah is associated with the sefira Malkhut.

Prior to the medieval period Shekhinah (resting, dwelling) meant simply God's immanent presence in the world. (Redirected from Shekinah (book)) Shekhina is a book of photography by Leonard Nimoy representing the feminine side of Jewish divinity as visualized via the imagery of women, with commentary on Jewish tradition and scripture provided by David Kuspit.

This book was originally published through Roland Pletts Ministries in Harare, Zimbabwe Africa in The Shekinah Glory of Christ at His Coming was written by Roland Pletts Permission was granted SonsToGlory to print and distribute Published in Harvest Alabama.

The Son is the radiance and only expression of the glory of [our awesome] God [reflecting God’s Shekinah glory, the Light-being, the brilliant light of the divine], and the exact representation and perfect imprint of His [Father’s] essence, and upholding and maintaining and propelling all things [the entire physical and spiritual universe] by His powerful word [carrying the universe along.The cloud of God’s glory that settled over the wilderness Tabernacle and later over the Temple in Jerusalem during Israel’s early history has been called the “Shekinah Glory.” What does “Shekinah” mean – and how did the triune God represent Himself in that cloud?

The answer may surprise you.The Shekinah Legacy is the debut novel in the Charlotte Ansari thriller series by Gary Lindberg. The author very skillfully, and over the space of many pages, only adding to the thrill, introduces Charlotte, her son, Greg, who has Aspergers syndrome, but is a genius, but .