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Plumeria flower hair comb - classic ivory pearl
Two of my beaded plumeria flowers handmade using hundreds of tiny pearly ivory glass beads; strung and stitched one bead at a time. Small matching pearls rest in the center of the flowers. The "Classic Ivory" has a warmer, slightly more "pink" tone than the "Pale Ivory" flower, as well as being a shade darker. Securely attached to a new gold plated hair comb. The flowers measure 2 inches each. (5 cm) The entire length of both flowers on the comb is 3.75 inches, or 9.5 cm. pattern, design and photo > © 2008-2011 Heart in HawaiiPlumeria flower hair comb - pale ivory pearl
Two of my beaded plumeria flowers handmade using hundreds of tiny pearly pale ivory glass beads; strung and stitched one bead at a time. Small matching pearls rest in the center of the flowers. The flowers measure 2 inches each. (5 cm) pattern, design and photo > © 2008-2011 Heart in Hawaii
You are about to download the Kindle ebook version of 'Figures of Speech Used in the Bible' by E.W. Bullinger. In this classic work, E.W. Bullinger catalogs and analyzes over 200 types of figures of speech utilized in the Scriptures. No other work of this type approaches the scope and knowledge that E.W. Bullinger had in this field. One of the most useful and exhaustive of Bible study tools, "Figures of Speech Used in the Bible" by E.W. Bullinger should be in the personal library of anyone who is serious about Bible study. The writers of the Bible often used figures of speech that were common during their time. In fact, we often use figures of speech in our everyday conversations without paying much attention to it-but we do expect others to understand that we were speaking figuratively and not literally. For example, if we were to say someone is "big as a barn" we would not expect anyone to seriously think they were forty feet long, eighteen feet tall and twenty feet wide. By taking such figures of speech literally it is easy to be lead astray into false doctrines. The other thing the book is particularly valuable for is literary analysis. The beauty of literature sometimes is its use of various literary devices. Introverted parallelism is an example of a literary device included in the book. This is where two or more items are listed in one order and then in the reverse order. For example Exodus 9:31 where it reads "And the flax and the barley was smitten: for the barley was in the ear, and the flax was bolled." First the order is flax and then barley and then the order changes to barley and then flax. Of course there are a lot of other literary devices such as acrostics, sentences that start or end with the same words, a chapter where each verse starts with the next letter of the Hebrew alphabet, or Psalms 69 where there are 22 groups of eight verses where each of the eight verses in that group all start with the same letter. Whether it is examining these details of the Bible as literature or preventing an exegetic mistake by not understanding a figure of speech, "Figures of Speech Used in the Bible" is highly recommended and should be owned by all Bible students. About the Author: (courtesy of Wikipedia) E.W. Bullinger was born in Canterbury, England, a descendant of the noted Swiss reformer Heinrich Bullinger (1504-1557). He was educated at King's College, London, and gained recognition in the field of Biblical languages. He was ordained in the Church of England in 1862. E.W. Bullinger was noted broadly for three works: A Critical Lexicon and Concordance to the English and Greek New Testament (1877); for his ground-breaking and exhaustive work on Figures of Speech Used in the Bible (1898); and as the primary editor of The Companion Bible (published in 6 parts, beginning in 1909 ; the entire annotated Bible was published posthumously in 1922). These works and many others remain in print to this day. In 1881, four years after the publication of the Lexicon and Concordance, Archibald Campbell Tait, Archbishop of Canterbury conferred upon Bullinger a Doctor of Divinity degree, citing Bullinger's "eminent service in the Church in the department of Biblical criticism."