In an effort to “lighten up”
and have more “fun“,
RED Flower photo was captured
on a hillside looking towards Nazareth in
Israel on my first trip 2011.
As is my nature, went looking for the
name Anemone in Hebrew.
Found “Anem” – two fountains.
A town in Issachar. Scripture (1Chron6:73) noted.
Yep, “…and Anem with it’s pasturelands.” 1Chron6:73
Anem – Hebrew Word #6046 – Anem (aw-name’)
meaning “two fountains”
from root Word #5869
(I love looking for the “Root” word!)
#5869 – “ayin” (ay-yin) definition:
analogy a fountain (as the eye of the landscape).
Hebrew 3 letters root pictures are:
Ayin for eye;
Yood for closed hand or “work”; (Generally refers to God’s hand)
Noon for fish or “life activity”.
In the context speaking to my heart –
The eye to see, the work of God’s, life activity!
Beautiful RED Anemone flowers!
Double fountain – seeing with my eyes
and believing in my heart,
“And God said, Let the earth
sprout vegetation, plants, yielding seed…
and God saw that it was good.”
Genesis 1:11-12 ESV
Thank you Cee’s Foto Challenge.
This was “good!”
To see more of the Hebrew Word Pictures
go to the Menu bar “Hebrew Alphabet” chart.