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  Ephraim - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ephraim (Hebrew: אֶפְרַיִם/אֶפְרָיִם; Standard Hebrew: Efráyim; Tiberian Hebrew ʾEp̄ráyim/ʾEp̄rāyim)–"double fruitfulness" ("for God had made him fruitful in the land of his affliction").
The intention of Joseph was that the right hand of the aged patriarch should be placed on the head of the elder of the two; but Jacob set Ephraim the younger before his brother, "guiding his hands wittingly." Before Joseph's death, Ephraim's family had reached the third generation (Gen. 50:23).
Ephraim's descendants were known as the Tribe of Ephraim.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ephraim   (195 words)

  
 Tribe of Ephraim - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
During the march, Ephraim's place was on the west side of the Tabernacle (Num.
The boundaries of the portion of the land assigned to Ephraim are given in Josh.
It was not until the close of the first period of Jewish history that God 'refused the tabernacle of Joseph, and chose not the tribe of Ephraim, but chose the tribe of Judah, the Mount Zion which he loved' (Ps.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tribe_of_Ephraim   (697 words)

  
 JewishEncyclopedia.com - EPHRAIM.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
At the apportioning of the land, Ephraim was represented among the commissioners by Kemuel, the son of Shiphtan, as well as by Joshua (Num.
Ephraim is equipped with "the horns of the wild ox" (Deut.
Ephraim's rejection is spoken of in the Psalms (lxxviii.
www.jewishencyclopedia.com /view.jsp?artid=404&letter=E   (1820 words)

  
 HUNT: The Tears of the Sinful Woman: a Theology of Redemption in the Homilies of St. Ephraim and his Followers
Ephraim's use of typology, antithesis and other such modes is demonstrated effectively in his treatment of various female characters from the New Testament.
Ephraim's gloss on this aspect of the story is that the prophetic power of Jesus, which is questioned by Simon the Pharisee, is demonstrated by her movement from sinner to penitent, in silent supplication.
The distinctive contribution by Ephraim and his school to the exegesis of this text, lies in the reinterpretation of womanhood as a crucial exegetical symbol of redemption.
syrcom.cua.edu /Hugoye/Vol1No2/HV1N2Hunt.html   (6477 words)

  
 Ephraim (WebBible Encyclopedia) - ChristianAnswers.Net   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ephraim was the name of the second son of Joseph, born in Egypt (Gen.
The first incident recorded regarding him is his being placed, along with his brother Manasseh, before their grandfather, Jacob, that he might bless them (48:10; compare 27:1).
The intention of Joseph was that the right hand of the aged patriarch should be placed on the head of the elder of the two; but Jacob set Ephraim the younger before his brother, "guiding his hands wittingly."
www.christiananswers.net /dictionary/ephraim.html   (105 words)

  
 Utah History Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ephraim, long portrayed as the epitome of "the Utah farm village," refused to concede primacy of place to its nearest competitor, even though Manti captured both the county seat and one of Utah's first four Mormon temples.
The college has also made Ephraim the most cosmopolitan place in Sanpete, connecting it with the other towns and the rest of the state through its manifold programs.
Ephraim almost razed its empty Co-op after tearing down the old rock tabernacle, but it recently decided to restore its finest building and make it once again a central focus of Main Street and the entire town.
www.media.utah.edu /UHE/e/EPHRAIM.html   (605 words)

  
 A Certain Jesus
Ephraim became a widower and had to work very hard to raise his six children.
Ephraim was left with his two sons: Reuben, the elder one, and Nico, the youngest....
After a few days, when his daughters and their families went to Nazareth for a visit, Ephraim had his two sons seated around the table, and everyone in the family was there.
www.bible.claret.org /liturgy/daily/acj/CycleC/Ch_34.htm   (2104 words)

  
 Door County Wisconsin - Lodging - Bed Breakfast Hotel - Ephraim Inn
The Ephraim Inn is not a resort in the traditional sense.
The Inn is situated in the charming historic district of the Village.
The Ephraim Inn has a unique and convenient setting, an interesting architecture, and is particularly close to a quantity and quality of sporting facilities.
www.ephraiminn.com   (572 words)

  
 Monasteries of Fr. Ephraim
Ephraim, and hundreds of thirsty souls run to these spiritual gold mines to find their lost and alluring treasure, the health of their soul.
Kerhulas proposed to invite the controversial priest-monk Ephraim, a former abbot from the Athos, the monastic enclave in northern Greece, as speaker at a retreat of the Clergy of the Archdiocese but was forced to abandon the plan when some of the members of the Council opposed it.
Ephraim, who is considered by some who know him as a spiritual leader, started handling confessions at their homes and many times even performed liturgy, something that would reach the level of "outside the Church activities," although he [Fr.
www.pokrov.org /controversial/ephraim.html   (999 words)

  
 The Ephraim Inn - Door County, Wisconsin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ephraim, Wisconsin, the peaceful and picturesque Village on Door County's rocky, thumb- shaped peninsula, has exceptional visual beauty, and a cultural and historical heritage.
Ephraim is a place to relax, read, walk and commune with nature.
Ephraim's name is of biblical origin which literally means "doubly fruitful".
www.ephraiminn.com /Pages/movie.html   (336 words)

  
 Ephraim, Door County, Wisconsin Visitor Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ephraim, a Door County village steeped in history, was settled in 1853 by a group of Norwegian Moravians.
Much of Ephraim’s heritage, as well as many of the buildings still remain, displaying the simple elegance of the Moravian influenced architecture.
The picturesque shoreline of Ephraim is highlighted by beautiful Eagle Harbor and Peninsula State Park, one of Wisconsin’s large state parks.
www.ephraim-doorcounty.com   (138 words)

  
 Bible Dictionary: Ephraim (1)
Ephraim was notorious for its jealousy of any success gained by any other tribe (Judg.
It was Ephraim’s jealousy of Judah that in great measure brought about the separation of the two kingdoms, and that Rehoboam in vain tried to satisfy by going to Shechem to be crowned.
Ephraim was given the birthright in Israel (1 Chr.
scriptures.lds.org /bde/ephraim1   (216 words)

  
 Ephraim Scepter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
It simply means that Joseph (Ephraim and Manasseh) was a prince among his brothers — a shepherd tribe(s) — a rock of refuge — a type of messiah, but not actually the promised Messiah — and a sustainer of his brethren.
All one need do is to take a look at Ephraim and Manasseh (England and America) today, and they are feeding much of the world, and their weapons of war, though used in many cases for all the wrong reasons, have no equal among the nations.
Then, the Ephraim-Scepter people try to make a case of Ephraim receiving all the inheritance of Jacob such as jewelry, ointments, revered relics, Bethel stone, etc., and somehow that is supposed to, in their perverted way of reasoning, give Ephraim the Scepter that rightly belongs to Judah.
www.childrenofyahweh.com /Ephraim/ephraim_scepter_1.htm   (3253 words)

  
 Ephraim Forbush   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In Harold Phalen's "History of the Town of Acton," Ephraim Forbush and Samuel Hayward perambulated the bounds between the town of Acton and what was to become the town of Boxborough.
According to muster rolls, Ephraim was present at North Bridge in Concord on April 19, 1775.
Ephraim built a house at 92 Martin St. for his son Abel.
www.geocities.com /Athens/Aegean/1917/Ephraim01.html   (137 words)

  
 Ephraim   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ephraim was the son of Joseph and Asenath and the younger brother of Manasseh (Gen. 41:50-52).
Because of their rebellion against the Lord many centuries ago, Ephraim's descendants were scattered among the Gentile nations, along with members of the other tribes, beginning with the fall of the northern kingdom of Israel c.
Many of Ephraim's descendants are being gathered first, for they have the responsibility of preparing the way for the gathering of the other tribes (DandC 113).
www.lightplanet.com /mormons/basic/bible/ephraim.html   (571 words)

  
 PALMER: The Influence of Ephraim the Syrian
Ephraim wrote a poem and left, we may assume, a certain amount of space on the page, which seemed to some readers an invitation to compose extra verses 'in the style' of Ephraim.
Ephraim's art is akin to that of the bard in an oral culture and so was well designed as a literary model for new compositions by the Armenians, who knew only an oral culture.
Ephraim was clear on the subject of marriage, that it was one of the three ways blessed by God, and he balanced Paul's doctrine that the most perfect way is singleness with a warning to the single not to get above themselves.
syrcom.cua.edu /Hugoye/Vol2No1/HV2N1Palmer.html   (8385 words)

  
 Biblical people: Ephraim (son of Joseph)
Ephraim was the younger son of Joseph, son of Jacob, and Asenath, daughter of Potiphera (priest of the sun god Re of Heliopolis).
Ephraim is the ancestor of the Tribe of Ephraim.
In Revelation 7:7, Ephraim is not listed as one of the tribes receiving the Seal of God for 12,000 of its members.
www.aboutbibleprophecy.com /p131.htm   (317 words)

  
 Ephraim or Manasseh
Ephraim was south of Manasseh, stretching from the Jordan to the Mediterranean.
Ephraim will become the same as the Gentiles in the sense that he will not be aware of his Israelite Identity and no longer maintain his Hebrew traditions.
Ephraim (Ephrathi in the singular)= means aristocracy as found in Britain and almost nowhere else.
britam.org /ephraim-or-menasseh.html   (3426 words)

  
 Saint Ephraim the Syrian   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ephraim was born early in the fourth century in the ancient city of Nisibis in Mesopotamia, where the Roman Empire bordered on the Persian Kingdem.
Born again in repentance, Ephraim began to train as an athelete of virtues, exorcizing himself in the study of the Holy Scriptures and in prayer and fasting.
Ephraim's earnest resolve pleased the Lord Who rewarded him with the gifts of wisdom; grace flowed from his mouth like a sweet stream, in fulfillment of his parents' dream.
www.roca.org /oa/66-68/66r.htm   (2136 words)

  
 Ephraim, Utah (Cities)
Ephraim is located in Sanpete County north of Manti on US 89 near Manti-La Sal National Forest and Sevier Bridge Reservoir.
Ephraim gets its name from one of the tribes of Isreal mentioned in the Old Testament.
The population estimate for July 1, 1998 was 4,486, an increase of 1,123 since 1990.
www.ohwy.com /ut/e/ephraim.htm   (100 words)

  
 EPHRAIM LEWIS - Life and Death
Hidden from the view even of close friends and music industry professionals, Ephraim Lewis's death was the latest act in a family tragedy and the final destruction of an extraordinary family drama - the dream of creating a British version of the Jackson Five, with Ephraim Lewis as Britain's Michael Jackson.
Ephraim Lewis was the youngest of eight children born to Jabez Lewis and his First wife.
Ephraim was the youngest, and of all the children, the one trying hardest to make something of his life.
www.ephraimlewis.com /article.htm   (3136 words)

  
 Ephraim Betts Diaries
Diaries kept by Seargeant Ephraim Betts, Company E, 114th New York Volunteers, mostly while he was stationed in Louisiana, along with military passes, and loose notes.
Ephraim Betts was a sergeant in Company E of the 114th New York Volunteers.
The diaries describe Ephraim Betts' daily activities as sergeant of Company E of the 114th New York Volunteers.
www.lib.lsu.edu /special/findaid/b3433.html   (226 words)

  
 Ephraim Florist | Flower Delivery Ephraim, Wisconsin (WI) | Florists in Ephraim
The distance from Ephraim to Washington DC is 688 miles.
Ephraim is positioned 45.15 degrees north of the equator and 87.16 degrees west of the prime meridian.
Our Ephraim, Wisconsin florist directory is provided through a strategic partnership with Regional Direct.com, which has established partnerships with the most reliable, customer service-driven area Ephraim florist and florists in Wisconsin, including Ephraim, Wisconsin.
www.albanywebsites.com /ex/asp/city.Ephraim-Wisconsin-Florist-WI/CityId.31057/xe/florists-flower-delivery.htm   (151 words)

  
 Ephraim PATTERSON
Ephraim Patterson married Eve Fry on 29 June 1826 in Licking County, Ohio, performed by Elias Howell, Justice of the Peace.
On 22 May 1841, Ephraim Patterson was named as executor for the estates of Casper Myers and Samuel Dixon.
Written on 29 May 1863, Johnson County, Iowa, Ephraim bequeaths $160 to son Bruce Patterson, $30 to purchase a cow and $15 to purchase a saddle and bridle to son Smiley Patterson, and the remainder of his estate to wife Eve Patterson.
www.phillipsplace.net /genealogy/ps02/ps02_141.html   (727 words)

  
 Every Ephraim
These pages refer to every Ephraim that I've been able to contact on the Internet, in case you're looking for some other one than me. If you know of another Ephraim who's active on the Internet but not listed here, please send me mail.
Williamstown, Massachusetts, are named for Colonel Ephraim Williams, a hero of the French and Indian War.
Ephraim, Wisconsin is a small, scenic town in Door County.
www.vishniac.com /ephraim/ephraim.html   (270 words)

  
 Ephraim Foundation: History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ephraim's historic places include the site of the first landing by Pastor Iverson in 1853, the site of the first Moravian Church (1858), the Pioneer Schoolhouse (1880), the Anderson store and dock warehouse, as well as the Anderson Barn and eight homes more than a century old.
Much later it was Ephraim's first improvised movie theater, with viewers sitting on planks supported by kegs found in the warehouse.
These are the values that we wish to promote: A healthy sense of tradition and community life; respect for learning in history and the arts; preservation of our unique history, buildings and artifacts; and a sense of wonder and appreciation of the beauty of our surroundings.
www.envano.com /ephraim/history.html   (243 words)

  
 Two House Ephraim theories are same old British America Lost Tribes of Israel lies.
The fact of the matter is that Ephraim was very disobedient to YHWH and as a Tribe they never had such great military exploits as other Tribes, neither did they become the largest in number, far from it.
Ephraim, as I saw Tyrus, is planted in a pleasant place: but Ephraim shall bring forth his children to the murderer.
Ephraim is smitten, their root is dried up, they shall bear no fruit: yea, though they bring forth, yet will I slay even the beloved fruit of their womb.
www.mashiyach.com /Misc/twohouse.htm   (12389 words)

  
 Ephraim Kishon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ephraim Kishon was born in Hungary in 1924.
This satirical film about the misadventures of an aging Tel Aviv policeman shows Ephraim Kishon once again confronting social dilemmas from the perspective of a good-hearted, beleaguered Israeli Everyman.
On the eve of his retirement, frustrated beat cop Avram Azoulay (Shaike Ophir) encounters religious zealots, comes to the aid of a prostitute, and unwittingly solves a crime staged for his benefit.
www.jewishfilm.org /Catalogue/kishon.htm   (538 words)

  
 Ephraim Kishon dies at 80 - Wikinews
Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, said in a eulogy: "Ephraim Kishon was one of the giants of Israeli culture, who created an entire cultural world for a country in formation; he created an entire world of culture for the country."
Prior to the funeral, his coffin was placed on the morning of February 1, in the Journalists' House in Tel Aviv, where his friends, colleagues, family, and fans, payed their lasts respects to him.
Biography of Ephraim Kishon, The Israel Prize Unit of the Israeli Ministry of Education.
en.wikinews.org /wiki/Ephraim_Kishon_dies_at_80   (548 words)

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