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Jewish Miryam Prayer Shawl Scarf

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Jewish Tribe Levi Menorah Purple prayer shawl, polyester satin, measures 16×72″.  Spectacular colors/design by Karin Foreman.  Buy Now at Kiebortz for ONLY $59!

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Jewish Miryam Prayer Shawl Scarf

This beautiful Jewish Miryam Prayer Shawl Scarf is a Karin Foreman Design

NAME:  “Miryam”

Fabric:   100% Polyester Satin

Color:     Blue and Yellow

Measurements:  16×72 inches

Description of Jewish Miryam Prayer Shawl Scarf:

Jewish Miryam prayer shawl scarf is gorgeous and perfect on Shabbat at the synagogue.  First and foremost, we make quality prayer shawls. Second, we take care that each biblical artwork depicts the written word.  Also, the printing is vibrant with detail.  Moreover, The fabric is 100% Polyester Satin.  Satin is very silky and smooth.   The artwork depicts the prophetess Miryam, sister of Aharon and Moshe on the back and Stripes on the the sides on the front of the shawl.  If you look closely you will see parts of chariot that broke when the sea becomes whole again.  Miryam is shown celebrating the First Passover, Pasach.  She is happy, dancing, singing and playing a musical instrument. This is also a fun time to wear the scarf during the Seder celebration.

Meaning of Jewish Miriam Prayer Shawl Scarf:

Also Miryam the prophet, sister of Aharon, took a tambourine in her hand; and all the women went out after her with tambourines, dancing,  as Miryam sang to them: “Sing to Adonai, for he is highly exalted! The horse and its rider he threw in the sea!” Exodus 15:20-21

“I brought you up from the land of Egypt. I redeemed you from a life of slavery. I sent Moshe, Aharon and Miryam to lead you”.        Micah 6:4

Depiction of Miryam:

Moreover, this depiction of Miryam (םירמ) features the moment mentioned in Exodus 15:20-21: “Miryam the prophet, sister of Aharon, took a tambourine in her hand; and all the women went out after her with tambourines, dancing, as Miryam sang to them:

“Sing to Adonai, for he is highly exalted!
The horse and its rider he threw in the sea!”

This scene shows the instant of celebration after Adonai saved Isra’el from the Egyptians. When Pharaoh fiercely pursued and cornered them, Adonai astoundingly caused the sea to go back and become dry land. The water is divided in two and is walled up for them on their right and on their left. All of the chariots and Cavalry of Pharaoh’s army perished after Adonai said to Moshe, “Reach your hand out over the sea, and the water will return and cover the Egyptians.”

Also, the Illustration shows the waters returning in full force. The chariot wheel and piece of armor lay on the beach to signify Egypt’s defeat. It also shows the angel of God in the form of the column of cloud that came between the armies of Egypt and Israel. Throughout the night the cloud brought darkness to the one side and light to the other side.

When Isra’el saw the mighty deed that Adonai had performed against the Egyptians, the people feared Adonai, and they believed in Adonai and in his servant Moshe. In addition, this piece reflects the awesomeness of Adonai’s deliverance and the gratitude of Isra’el, who breaks forth in a song of praise. In summary, “May this image inspire you to remember what Adonai has done for you and cause you to believe more deeply!”, says the artist Karin Foreman.

Karin Foreman, Artist:

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Additional information

Weight 2 oz
Dimensions 60 x 20 x .25 in