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    sending
  • (send) to cause or order to be taken, directed, or transmitted to another place; "He had sent the dispatches downtown to the proper people and had slept"
  • (send) cause to go somewhere; "The explosion sent the car flying in the air"; "She sent her children to camp"; "He directed all his energies into his dissertation"
  • An unpleasant or evil thing or creature supposedly sent by someone with paranormal or magical powers to warn, punish, or take revenge on a person
  • the act of causing something to go (especially messages)
    flowers
  • (flower) a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms
  • Induce (a plant) to produce flowers
  • (flower) bloom: produce or yield flowers; "The cherry tree bloomed"
  • (of a plant) Produce flowers; bloom
  • Be in or reach an optimum stage of development; develop fully and richly
  • (flower) reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts
    israel
  • A country in the Middle East, on the Mediterranean Sea; pop. 6,199,000; capital (not recognized as such by the United Nations), Jerusalem; languages, Hebrew (official), English, and Arabic
  • (israeli) a native or inhabitant of Israel
  • Jewish republic in southwestern Asia at eastern end of Mediterranean; formerly part of Palestine
  • an ancient kingdom of the Hebrew tribes at the southeastern end of the Mediterranean Sea; founded by Saul around 1025 BC and destroyed by the Assyrians in 721 BC
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Israel: A History
Israel: A History
Israel is a small and relatively young country, but its turbulent history has placed it squarely at the centre of the world stage for most of this century. For two millennia the Jews, dispersed all over the world, prayed for a return to Zion. Until the nineteenth century, that dream seemed a fantasy, but then a secular Zionist movement was born and soon the initial trickle of Jewish immigrants to Palestine turned into a flood as Jews fled persecution in Europe. From these beginnings, Martin Gilbert traces the events and personalities that would lead to the sudden, dramatic declaration of Statehood in May 1948. From that point on, Israel's history has been dominated by conflict: Suez, the Six Day War, the Yom Kippur War, the Lebanon and the Intifada. Using contemporary documents and eyewitness accounts, drawing on his own intimate knowledge of the country and its people, Martin Gilbert weaves together a seamless, page-turning history of a powerful and proud nation.

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View from Mount Carmel
View from Mount Carmel
Karmel is a cit in northern Israel. Established in 1964 as a development town, Karmel is located in the Beit HaKerem Valley which divides upper and lower Falilee. The city is located south of the Acre-Safed road. Carmel is mentioned in the Bible in the following 29 verses: The king of Jokneam in Carmel, one; (Joshua 12:22b MSG) Maon, Carmel, Ziph, Juttah, (Joshua 15:55 MSG) Allammelech, Amad, and Mishal. The western border touched Carmel and Shihor Libnath, (Joshua 19:26 MSG) He got up early in the morning to confront Saul but was told, "Saul's gone. He went to Carmel to set up a victory monument in his own honor, and then was headed for Gilgal." By the time Samuel caught up with him, Saul had just finished an act of worship, having used Amalekite plunder for the burnt offerings sacrificed to GOD. (1 Samuel 15:12 MSG) There was a certain man in Maon who carried on his business in the region of Carmel. He was very prosperous--three thousand sheep and a thousand goats, and it was sheep-shearing time in Carmel. (1 Samuel 25:2 MSG) and sent ten of his young men off with these instructions: "Go to Carmel and approach Nabal. Greet him in my name, 'Peace! (1 Samuel 25:5 MSG) I heard that it's sheep-shearing time. Here's the point: When your shepherds were camped near us we didn't take advantage of them. They didn't lose a thing all the time they were with us in Carmel. (1 Samuel 25:7 MSG) David's servants went to Abigail at Carmel with the message, "David sent us to bring you to marry him." (1 Samuel 25:40 MSG) They moved in and settled down in Gath, with Achish. Each man brought his household; David brought his two wives, Ahinoam of Jezreel and Abigail, widow of Nabal of Carmel. (1 Samuel 27:3 MSG) David's two wives, Ahinoam of Jezreel and Abigail widow of Nabal of Carmel, had been taken prisoner along with the rest. (1 Samuel 30:5 MSG) So David moved to Hebron, along with his two wives, Ahinoam of Jezreel and Abigail the widow of Nabal of Carmel. (2 Samuel 2:2 MSG) Kileab, born of Abigail of Carmel, Nabal's widow--his second; Absalom, born of Maacah, daughter of Talmai, king of Geshur--the third; (2 Samuel 3:3 MSG) Here's what I want you to do: Assemble everyone in Israel at Mount Carmel. And make sure that the special pets of Jezebel, the four hundred and fifty prophets of the local gods, the Baals, and the four hundred prophets of the whore goddess Asherah, are there." (1 Kings 18:19 MSG) So Ahab summoned everyone in Israel, particularly the prophets, to Mount Carmel. (1 Kings 18:20 MSG) Ahab did it: got up and ate and drank. Meanwhile, Elijah climbed to the top of Carmel, bowed deeply in prayer, his face between his knees. (1 Kings 18:42 MSG) Elisha went on to Mount Carmel, and then returned to Samaria. (2 Kings 2:25 MSG) And so off she went. She came to the Holy Man at Mount Carmel. The Holy Man, spotting her while she was still a long way off, said to his servant Gehazi, "Look out there; why, it's the Shunammite woman! (2 Kings 4:25 MSG) These are the sons that David had while he lived at Hebron: His firstborn was Amnon by Ahinoam of Jezreel; second, Daniel by Abigail of Carmel; (1 Chronicles 3:1 MSG) And then before you know it, and without you having anything to do with it, Wasted Lebanon will be transformed into lush gardens, and Mount Carmel reforested. (Isaiah 29:17 MSG) The very ground under our feet mourns, the Lebanon mountains hang their heads, Flowering Sharon is a weed-choked gully, and the forests of Bashan and Carmel? Bare branches. (Isaiah 33:9 MSG) bursting into blossom, a symphony of song and color. Mountain glories of Lebanon--a gift. Awesome Carmel, stunning Sharon--gifts. GOD's resplendent glory, fully on display. GOD awesome, GOD majestic. (Isaiah 35:2 MSG) As sure as I am the living God" --the King's Decree, GOD-of-the-Angel-Armies is his name-- "A conqueror is coming: like Tabor, singular among mountains; like Carmel, jutting up from the sea! (Jeremiah 46:18 MSG) But Israel I'll bring home to good pastures. He'll graze on the hills of Carmel and Bashan, On the slopes of Ephraim and Gilead. He will eat to his heart's content. (Jeremiah 50:19 MSG) The Message: GOD roars from Zion, shouts from Jerusalem! The thunderclap voice withers the pastures tended by shepherds, shrivels Mount Carmel's proud peak. (Amos 1:2 MSG) If they hide out at the top of Mount Carmel, I'll find them and bring them back. If they dive to the bottom of the ocean, I'll send Dragon to swallow them up. (Amos 9:3 MSG) He yells at the sea: It dries up. All the rivers run dry. The Bashan and Carmel mountains shrivel, the Lebanon orchards shrivel. (Nahum 1:4 MSG)
1 Samuel 17:23-31 - Scene 02 - Jesse sends David
1 Samuel 17:23-31 - Scene 02 - Jesse sends David
1 Samuel 17:12-31 (NLT) Now David was the son of a man named Jesse, an Ephrathite from Bethlehem in the land of Judah. Jesse was an old man at that time, and he had eight sons in all. Jesse's three oldest sons—Eliab, Abinadab, and Shammah—had already joined Saul's army to fight the Philistines. David was the youngest of Jesse's sons. Since David's three oldest brothers were in the army, they stayed with Saul's forces all the time. But David went back and forth between working for Saul and helping his father with the sheep in Bethlehem. For forty days, twice a day, morning and evening, the Philistine giant strutted in front of the Israelite army. One day Jesse said to David, "Take this half-bushel of roasted grain and these ten loaves of bread to your brothers. And give these ten cuts of cheese to their captain. See how your brothers are getting along, and bring me back a letter from them." David's brothers were with Saul and the Israelite army at the valley of Elah, fighting against the Philistines. So David left the sheep with another shepherd and set out early the next morning with the gifts. He arrived at the outskirts of the camp just as the Israelite army was leaving for the battlefield with shouts and battle cries. Soon the Israelite and Philistine forces stood facing each other, army against army. David left his things with the keeper of supplies and hurried out to the ranks to greet his brothers. As he was talking with them, he saw Goliath, the champion from Gath, come out from the Philistine ranks, shouting his challenge to the army of Israel. As soon as the Israelite army saw him, they began to run away in fright. "Have you seen the giant?" the men were asking. "He comes out each day to challenge Israel. And have you heard about the huge reward the king has offered to anyone who kills him? The king will give him one of his daughters for a wife, and his whole family will be exempted from paying taxes!" David talked to some others standing there to verify the report. "What will a man get for killing this Philistine and putting an end to his abuse of Israel?" he asked them. "Who is this pagan Philistine anyway, that he is allowed to defy the armies of the living God?" And David received the same reply as before: "What you have been hearing is true. That is the reward for killing the giant." But when David's oldest brother, Eliab, heard David talking to the men, he was angry. "What are you doing around here anyway?" he demanded. "What about those few sheep you're supposed to be taking care of? I know about your pride and dishonesty. You just want to see the battle!" "What have I done now?" David replied. "I was only asking a question!" He walked over to some others and asked them the same thing and received the same answer. Then David's question was reported to King Saul, and the king sent for him. DRAWING NOTES: TIME OF DAY: Scene 02 - Jesse sends David - Morning LIGHTING NOTES: Scene 02 - Jesse sends David - Clear sky - overhead sunlight. CHARACTERS PRESENT: Scene 02 - Jesse sends David - David, stopping a fleeing Israelite soldier. Various Israelites running away from Goliath & the Philistine army. David's eldest brother Eliab RESEARCH/ADDITIONAL NOTES: Verse 24 states that the Israelites started to run away in fright, which I thought might make an interesting & amusing cartoon! Red flowers = Anemone coronaria, the Crown anemone or windflower, which represents Goliath's blood in the last scene (Scene 05 - Goliath beheaded.) Scene 02 was, in fact, the last scene I drew & having already drawn the other 4, cartoon scene consistency demanded these flowers be drawn.

sending flowers to israel
sending flowers to israel
Travel Israel 2012 - Illustrated Guide, Phrasebook and Maps. Incl: Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa, & more (Mobi Travel)
This illustrated Travel Guide is designed for optimal navigation on Kindle and other electronic devices. It is indexed alphabetically and by category, making it easier to access individual articles. Articles feature information about attractions, landmarks, districts, transportation, cultural venues, dining, history and much more. Addresses, telephones, hours of operation and admissions information are included.

The guide is complimented by clearly marked maps that are linked to city attractions. An interlinked phrasebook and a pronunciation guide are also included.

Table of Contents:

Essentials: Hebrew Phrasebook | Buy | Eat | Drink | Sleep | Stay Safe | Stay healthy | Electricity | Contact | Units Conversion

1. Israel: History | Climate | Physical Geography | Human Geography | Government | Economy | Population | Culture | Cities | Regions | Other Destinations | Transportation | Itinerary

2. Maps: Israel | Tel Aviv | Haifa | Golan Heights | Galilee | Jerusalem: East Jerusalem | Old City | Old City Scheme | Via Dolorosa Route

3. Jerusalem: History | Geography | Culture | Religion | Transport | Eat | Drink | Sleep | Buy | Stay safe | Contact | Neighbourhoods

3.1 Landmarks: Old City | Buildings, Sites & Streets | Gates | Churches | Mosques | Synagogues | Museums | Itinerary

4. Tel Aviv: Orientation | History | Culture | By Area | Transport | Streets & Squares | Museums | Architecture | Landmarks | Attractions | Eat | Drink | Buy | Sleep | Stay Safe

5. Haifa: History | Transport | Landmarks | Museums | Buy | Eat | Drink | Sleep

6. North | Center | South

7. The Territories: West Bank | Gaza | Jericho | Bethlehem

This illustrated Travel Guide is designed for optimal navigation on Kindle and other electronic devices. It is indexed alphabetically and by category, making it easier to access individual articles. Articles feature information about attractions, landmarks, districts, transportation, cultural venues, dining, history and much more. Addresses, telephones, hours of operation and admissions information are included.

The guide is complimented by clearly marked maps that are linked to city attractions. An interlinked phrasebook and a pronunciation guide are also included.

Table of Contents:

Essentials: Hebrew Phrasebook | Buy | Eat | Drink | Sleep | Stay Safe | Stay healthy | Electricity | Contact | Units Conversion

1. Israel: History | Climate | Physical Geography | Human Geography | Government | Economy | Population | Culture | Cities | Regions | Other Destinations | Transportation | Itinerary

2. Maps: Israel | Tel Aviv | Haifa | Golan Heights | Galilee | Jerusalem: East Jerusalem | Old City | Old City Scheme | Via Dolorosa Route

3. Jerusalem: History | Geography | Culture | Religion | Transport | Eat | Drink | Sleep | Buy | Stay safe | Contact | Neighbourhoods

3.1 Landmarks: Old City | Buildings, Sites & Streets | Gates | Churches | Mosques | Synagogues | Museums | Itinerary

4. Tel Aviv: Orientation | History | Culture | By Area | Transport | Streets & Squares | Museums | Architecture | Landmarks | Attractions | Eat | Drink | Buy | Sleep | Stay Safe

5. Haifa: History | Transport | Landmarks | Museums | Buy | Eat | Drink | Sleep

6. North | Center | South

7. The Territories: West Bank | Gaza | Jericho | Bethlehem

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