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Sapienciais Books

The WISDOM the wisdom is, therefore, a knowledge based on the experience accumulated throughout the life and enriched through some generations, that if fixed gradually in principles, sentences and brief sayings and ritmados, stuffed of images or comparisons. 2.2.Implicaes: 1. The people of God apercebeu itself of the importance that the wisdom had for the life, therefore was not possible prescribed all the areas of the life only for the law of Moiss and the word of the prophets. It had, therefore, spaces to fill for options and personal initiatives. From there to be necessary to acquire knowledge and critical capacity to evaluate people and things, situations and events of the life.

2. Collating the set of the wisdom of Israel with other literary bodies of at, it will not be difficult to verify that the Sapienciais Books form a world to the part, characterized for the faith in the divine wisdom that conducts the universe and each person in particular. 3. In the sapiencial scope, the attention and interest center is dislocated from the people, while such, for the individual; of History, for the quotidiana life; of the peculiar situation of Israel, for the condition universal human being; of the historical vicissitudes of the people of the Alliance, for the existence in the enigmatic world of the creation; of the prodigious interventions of God, for the relations between cause and effect; of the sphere of the Law and the cult, for the world of the free options and the personal initiative; of the authority of God, for the sphere of the experience and the tradition human being; of the oracles of the prophets, proclaimed as word of God, for the use of all the resources of the reason and the prudence, in sequence to the orientation of the proper life; of the imposition of the Law, for the persuasiva force of the advice and the exhortation; of the punishment, presented as external sanction, for the negative, resultant consequence of a wrong choice or an act insensato.

Naim Lands

If a woman could inherit lands of its deceased husband and was of another tribe, would at risk put the division of the territory for the eleven tribes of Israel, therefore the tribe of Levi did not have lands. The widower, if did not have at least a son, who could inherit lands of its father, continued in certain on way to its deceased husband, and in accordance with the register in Deuteronmio 25:5 the 10, would have to wait that some of to its took it brothers-in-law as plus one of its women in respect for the memory of its brother. Learn more on the subject from Danny Meyer. Only after its brothers-in-law rejecting and after fulfilled the rituals that consist of the text that we mention in Deuteronmio is that it could try new marriage. Thus, the expression that appears in the text of Landmarks and Lucas ' ' widower pobre' ' , in this cultural context, she takes to imagine us to it one widower who did not have children, nor brothers-in-law received who it, nor any ways of subsistence. Learn more at: NY Restaurateur. Then we see that to be a widower in those times it was not far from easy. O CONTEXT Tells to us bible to it that in that day hears the meeting of three multitudes, and this I go to prove to them. Good Jesus had obtains many of its disciples, who already were not only the twelve, plus many, and together with they went a multitude of people, these were people who I believe to be some that had been cured by Jesuses, others who create in Jesus, and some curious ones, that it is of if agreeing that always has. the third multitude was the ones that folloied the woman widower of the city of Naim.

I asked the Mr. what It was to make there. But then I learned that where has somebody needed Jesus always it will appear.

Persian Supremacy

For about a century after the time of Neemias, the Persian empire exerted control on the Jew. The period was relatively calm, therefore the Persians allowed to the Jews the free exercise of its religious institutions. The Jewish one was directed for the highest point priests, who gave accounts to the Persian government, fact that, at the same time, allowed to the Jews a good measure of autonomy and lowered the priesthood to a function politics. Envy, intrigues and even though murder had had its paper in the disputes for the honor to occupy the supreme priesthood. Joan, son of Joiada (Ne 12:22), is known by having assassinated the proper brother, Joshua, in the enclosure of the temple. The Prsia and Egypt had been become involved in constant conflicts during this period, and the Jew, situated between the two empires, could not escape to the envolvement. During the kingdom of Artaxerxes III many Jews had engaged themselves in a rebellion against the Prsia.

They had been deported for Babilnia and the edges of the sea Cspio. The knowledge of the law under the direction of the Esdras scribe was renewed, who read and interpreted the Holy Writs (Ne: 8: 2,7,8; 8:9,13 – 18) Made rigorous application of the principles of the Law. The cult of the foirenovado temple and the contributions for the sustenance had been demanded. The mixing marriages forbidden (Ne: 10: 30), the convicted Saturday in addition (10: 31) and was established the regular administration of the tenths (Ne: 12: 44). These reforms had left effect lasted until the times of the Macabeus, creating a faithful people the God who resisted the paganismo. Two aspects of the Jewish life had disappeared during the Persian and Greek period: the monarchy and the predictive function. The independence pretensions had been centered in the priesthood and the predictive function findou with Malaquias.

General characteristics of the Persian period. In the end of Malaquias the Jews if still found under the Persian reign and to remain in this situation during practically sixty years of the intertestamentria age. The sacerdotal form of the Jewish government was respected and supreme priest it still received bigger to be able civil beyond its religious crafts, even so had of, of course, giving accounts to the Persian governor of the Syrian. In 2Reis 17:24 – 4, we read that well before, in 721 AC, later destroying the kingdom of the ten tribes of Israel and exhausting the Israelis through the cities of the fears, the king of the Assyrian repovoou the cities of Israel with a mixing people who came to be called ‘ ‘ samaritanos’ ‘ , its known territory being as Samaria, the name of the main city, former-capital of Israel.




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