Pidyon Haben - First Born Redemption Coin Set. The medal was issued principally to make it possible to redeem the first born son from his sacred obligations, with five silver shekels. The redemption act is also a reminder of the fact that the first born escaped the fate of the Egyptian first born. The first born were intended to minister as priests to the people. However, since the Levites and the priests, descendents of Aaron, were found to be more suitable for sacred service, God commanded us to redeem our first-born sons by purchasing their exemption from this high office. In the response volume "Yechaveh De'ah", Halacha corner, fourth section, by Chief Rabbi Obadyah Joseph, it is stated, "In principal, 30 draham of pure silver, or its equivalent in value, would be sufficient for the act of redemption. However, according to the custom established in Jerusalem for many past generations, we must give 31 draham pure silver, or its equivalent, which amounts to one hundred grams of pure
Jewish Baby Girl Name Gift. SARAH FIRST IN A NEW SERIES OF MEDALS HONORING "MOTHERS IN THE BIBLE". Design: Face: Zippi Goldschmid Reverse: Dina Avinoam
Medal Specifications: Metal and Finish: 14k Gold Diameter: 30.5mm Weight: 17gr Maximum Mintage: 100 < p>
Sarah, the wife of the Patriarch Abraham was said to be a woman of special beauty. According to Rabbinical commentary, she was as beautiful at the age of a hundred as she was at twenty and at seven. She had an outstanding personality and stood beside Abraham, playing as important a role as he did. Her wisdom was recognized by G-d, when He told Abraham "In all that Sarah has said to you, hearken to her voice" (Genesis 21:12).
Her name Sarai, meaning "princess of her people", was changed to Sarah because she was a "princess to all mankind". However, Sarah was barren. She and Abraham had lived a childless life until, at age ninety, the divine promise came true. Sarah gave birth to Isaac and thus became the
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Star of David - a universal Judaic symbol in Judaism. A most popular symbol in Judaic jewelery is the star of david. Often termed the "shield of david" the star of david can be found on rings, bracelets and necklaces in fashion designs from traditional to modern. Today, it is well accepted as the emblem of people from the Bible yet people of all faiths wear it. Specifically, the messianic Jews wear a symbol that combines the star of david. Representing perfect unity and equilibrium, and a deep connection to God, the star remains the most astounding fashionable emblem. The menorah is another popular emblem. Now carried with stones or in classic gold or silver the menorah is available in two forms - the temple menorah 6 branch menorah and the modern chanukiah - 8 branch menorah. Either way a classic emblem of faith, fasionable in all wear and the official emblem of the state of Israel.
Evil Eye Bracelets - In subtle Jewellery fashion our distinct bracelets and pendants feature ancient symbols of protection. The Talmud clearly states that the moment of death is brought in by the evil eye. Living each day in the face of others draws an eye toward your every aspect. As the nature of man and humanity is wrought with jealousy this brings about the evil eye. To ward off such forces, the evil eye bracelet is worn. Ahuva designs and manufacturers beautiful evil eye bracelets that are beautiful to wear, made in Israel and proven to ward off bad spirits. Fashion bracelets , necklaces, pendants and rings combined with the red string to effectively absolve negative forces.