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To a high place.

Teo Savory

To a high place.

by Teo Savory

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Published by Unicorn Press in [Santa Barbara, Calif.] .
Written in English


Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ4.S268 To, PS3569.A85 To
The Physical Object
Pagination96 p.
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4768013M
ISBN 100877750238
LC Control Number78134748

High places express divine lordship. Am See also Mic High places referring to shrines to the Lord. High places were the focus of worship before the building of Solomon’s temple 1Ki High places associated with Samuel 1Sa See also 1Sa , Associated with other prophets 1Sa High places referring to foreign shrines. “He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High Shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty” (Ps. ) If the Bible is primarily a spiritual book, inspired by the Holy Spirit, and to be interpreted and discerned by spiritual men and women, then the natural explanation of things is insufficient to get at the real truth contained within.

1 day ago  The No. 4 prospect on the Post-Dispatch Super 30 countdown of the area’s top seniors, Macon is on course to be one of the greatest high school football players ever in Illinois. As a junior he. A high place (Hebrew bamah, plural bamot) was a site, at the top of any high hill, that served usually as a place of worship of the Canaanite gods Baal and Asherah. Archaeologists have discovered multiple high-place remnants. The oldest known "high place" was at Megiddo. The Megiddo bamah is dated at BC, which would place it shortly after the Great Flood if a "Long Sojourn in Egypt" is.

Genre/Form: Fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Savory, Teo. To a high place. [Santa Barbara, Calif.] Unicorn Press, (OCoLC)   And in the books of 1 and 2 Kings, only eight kings are described as “doing what was right in the eyes of the Lord.” Bethel, and the high place which Jeroboam the son of Nebat, who made Israel to sin, had made, both that altar and the high place he broke down, and burned the high place, and stamped it small to powder, and burned the grove.


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High places as sites of Canaanite idol worship (Judges ) extended into the period of Elijah (1 Kings –40). God would name only one high place where sacrifice was authorized, and that was the temple in Jerusalem (2 Chronicles ).

God commanded that all other high places be destroyed. King Josiah destroyed them in 2 Kings 22—   "High place", or "high places", (Hebrew במה bamah and plural במות bamot or bamoth) in a biblical context always means "place(s) of worship".

This rendering has etymological justification, as appears from the poetical use of the plural in such expressions as to ride, or stalk, or stand on the "high places" of the earth, the sea, the clouds, and from the corresponding usage in Assyrian.

The High Place book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In the sulphurous The High Place, the amoral hero Florian enters the /5. The term “high places” was translated from the ancient Greek translation of the Old Testament (the Septuagint), not from the Hebrew.

The term conjures up images of remote hilltops, but in the biblical context, it wasn’t limited to mountaintops; Jeremiah locates a high place in a valley and 2 Kings at a city gate.

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We are happy to accept deposit payments by credit card but. HIGH PLACE (usual tr. of the Heb. בָּמָה֒, H, whose basic meaning, derived from the Canaanite, is back, ridge).A high place was usually an elevated geographic site; in the OT, בָּמָה֒, H, takes on the specialized meaning of a place of worship ordinarily situated on a hill or mountain and commonly associated with false religions.

"Then it came about after all your wickedness ('Woe, woe to you!' declares the Lord GOD), that you built yourself a shrine and made yourself a high place in every square.

"You built yourself a high place at the top of every street and made your beauty abominable, and you spread your legs to every passer-by to multiply your harlotry. read more. 6 hours ago  In early March, before COVID cast a pall on public gatherings, the AJC Decatur Book Festival (DBF) had 70 authors lined up for its 15th annual event scheduled to take place.

will destroy your high places, and cut down your images, and cast your carcases upon the carcases of your idols, and my soul shall abhor you." Most of the uses are in the Books of Kings and Chronicles, with the sense of "cultic high place." The word is rarely used in.

High place, Hebrew Bamah, or Bama, Israelite or Canaanite open-air shrine usually erected on an elevated to the conquest of Canaan (Palestine) by the Israelites in the 12th–11th century bc, the high places served as shrines of the Canaanite fertility deities, the Baals (Lords) and the Asherot (Semitic goddesses).In addition to an altar, matztzevot (stone pillars representing the.

Jacob also worshipped at a high place, as did Moses on Mount Sinai. Then, too, we have Elijah going to the top of Mount Carmel to wage a contest against the prophets of Baal – more "high places." After the Israelites settled in Canaan, the "high places" took on a more ominous quality.

The High Place (subtitled A Comedy of Disenchantment) is a fantasy novel by James Branch Cabell, first published in hardcover by Robert M. McBride in an edition illustrated by Frank C. is the eighth volume in the Storisende edition of Cabell's Biography of the Life of Manuel.

The High Place is a satirical sequel to the Sleeping Beauty tales, depicting a marriage where the "happily. A high place was a localized or regional worship center dedicated to a god. Worship at these local shrines often included making sacrifices, burning incense and holding feasts or festivals (1 Kgs –3; ).

Some of these high places contained altars, graven images and shrines (1 Kgs –5; ; 2 Kgs ; ; –14). By the time of David’s son, Solomon, the high place at Gibeon was called the “great high place” (1 Kings ), and the tabernacle was still there while the ark was in Jerusalem.

Solomon built a temple in Jerusalem and God chose it as the place to put his name. The open-air altar shrine, called a bamah (plural bamot), is known through several books of the Biblical canon—but none more so than the Book of Kings, where they play a prominent role in assessing the performance of a referred to as “high places” in translations of the Bible, bamot were worship sites that usually contained an altar.

A general understanding about the bamah and. A high place was a localized or regional worship center dedicated to a god. Worship at these local shrines often included making sacrifices, burning incense, and holding feasts or festivals (1 Kgs.

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In High Places - .Verse - What is the high place, etc.? Bamah, in the plural Bamoth, was the Hebrew for "high place."At first it was applied to the hill on which some local sanctuary stood (1 Samuel ; 1 Kings ), but was gradually extended, after the building of the temple as the one appointed sanctuary, to other places which were looked upon as sacred, and which became the scenes of an idolatrous and.With over 2 million copies sold, Hinds’ Feet on High Places remains Hannah Hurnard’s best known and most beloved book: a timeless allegory dramatizing the yearning of God’s children to be led to new heights of love, joy, and victory.

In this moving tale, follow Much-Afraid on her spiritual journey as she overcomes many dangers and mounts at last to the High Places.