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About Annelark, Eishet Chayil in training

Although I am old enough to know better, I am still just learning to be the woman held up in Scripture as an Eishet Chayil. (See Proverbs 31:10-31)  This blog tracks the insights I get, the paths I take, and the friends I make on this journey. If we are in agreement, I will be glad for your company . . .

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  1. Valerie Knowles permalink
    August 22, 2010 11:30 pm

    looking forward to learning
    Shalom,
    Valerie

  2. Naomi permalink
    August 28, 2010 9:19 pm

    Dear Anne

    wonderful and Great and tell me , where to start the learning
    NAOMI
    INDIA

    • August 29, 2010 4:32 pm

      Naomi, that is a very good question. After you start with About, go to the Introduction, then verse 1, 2, 3, etc. You may also enjoy my other blog sites, Torahwise.wordpress.com and sabbathjourney.wordpress.com .

      Shalom,

      Anne

  3. AliYah Zimmerman permalink
    August 28, 2010 10:53 pm

    I started to read your blog and let me tell you thar I am impress how beautiful you write. I know it has been Yahweh that has giving you this talent, so that woman like me can learn also with you.

    Blessings

    AliYah

    • August 29, 2010 4:34 pm

      Thank you, AliYah. It is important that you have recognized that we are learning together. We each have gifts to bring!

      Shalom,

      Anne

  4. September 9, 2011 3:30 pm

    I have just signed up and am enjoying your site!!! I am interesting in receiving Proverbs 31 all of the verses 10 through 31. Have you made these available for all of the verses, I am not seeing them. Also how do I set up a passowrd with you??? Thanks Pastor kathleen Dowell- Shiloh

  5. April 11, 2012 10:15 pm

    Kathleen, I am so sorry that I missed your comment! I have been very busy with another project all this time, and I have not been working on this one since just before you sent your comment. I have started on the other verses, but have not gotten them polished and posted yet. I am not sure about the password.

  6. October 10, 2012 3:10 pm

    Anne…I would ostensibly seem a strange cohort. A Christian yet one who loves the language and OT scriptures. I am no legalist..I am an artist. I found your site looking for good solid translations of Hebrew words and texts for my Jewish friend who owns, of all things, a card company (jewishcards.com). I am trying to help him. Normally I do art from NT scriptures but, as I said, I wanted to help. I am really good at Greek but kinda sucky at Hebrew…thus the need for reliable friends to check my work?

    I love what you have done. Your mission is so heartfelt and I will share it with my girlfriend who will love it so much. Labor of love to people and to Yahweh. I see.

    I do have a dep background in theology. Thus I know as I wish you shalom that it is not just the absence of conflict but “fulness in every sphere of life” in God.

    I’d appreciate some quick looks at things for accuracy sake. Lord knows we need to promote peace and understanding right now.

    Um….my credentials? well here is a good art site (shows I am serious): azotusarts.wordpress.com

    as a Christian theologian/artist I suppose you can look at: http://sfazotus.tumblr.com/

    Yes…kind of a Zen/Christian approach but I am truly open. I have read Heshel, Josephus …and then…of course the Law and the Prophets.

    Grace and much peace to you in all your work,
    Mac

    Christopher MacDonald

    • annelark permalink*
      October 11, 2012 3:05 pm

      Bakdon, not at all a strange cohort. We are growing together. Most of my cohorts are indeed people who started out in Christianity, many of whom have tasted of many waters, Zen among them. Many of them are Macs! We do not think of ourselves as legalISTS, but as followers of the Creator, followers of wisdom, followers of true liberty. And true liberty (look at the connection between liberty – book (libra-library) and law. Liberty is only possible in the context of order, and order is only possible in a context of law. Most of us do have some sort of Scottish-Jewish connection. (See When Scotland was Jewish by Panther Yates) You need no more credentials for me, other than a desire to learn – and follow YHVH.

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