Ishi, not Baali

This is Hosea 21625, the reconciliation Assuredly, I will speak coaxingly to her And lead her through the wilderness And speak to her tenderly. I will give her her vineyards from there And the Valley of Achor as a plowland of hope. There she shall respond as in the days of her youth, When she came up from the land of Egypt. So the period of the Exodus and wandering is romantically imagined as, this time, of a very good and close relationship between God and Israel. And in that day you will call me Ishi and no more will you call me Baali..

This is a pun. Both of these words can mean my husband. Ishi is my man, a male. And Baali is my Lord. Women would have used both for their husbands. But Baal, obviously, has connotations with the god Baal. So instead of calling me Baali, my Baal, you will call me Ishi, my husband using a word that's free of Baal connotations. For I will remove the names of the Baalim from her mouth, And they shall nevermore be mentioned by name. In that day I will make a covenant for them with the beasts of the field, the birds of.

The air, and the creeping things of the ground I will banish bow, sword, and war from the land. Thus I will let them lie down in safety. And I will espouse you forever back to the marriage metaphor. I will espouse you with righteousness and justice, And with goodness and mercy, And I will espouse you with faithfulness Then you shall be devoted to the Lord. In that day, I will respond declares the Lord I will respond to the sky, And it shall respond to the earth And the earth shall respond.

With new grain and wine and oil, And they shall respond to Jezreel. the first of the children. I will sow her in the land as My own Jezreel was a fertile valley not just a place of war and death. And I will take Loruhamah not loved back in favor And I will say to Loammi, not my people, You are my people And he will respond, You are my God. So Hosea isn't unrelievedly gloomy and grim. It does provide these images, these very stirring images of hope and consolation and reconciliation. Amos also held out hope in the form of a remnant.

That would survive the inevitable destruction. So we need to think about the two traditions that prophets like Amos and Hosea are drawing on in this combined message of doom on the one hand, and hope on the other. Really, what the prophets are doing is drawing on two conceptions of covenant the two conceptions that we saw in our study of the Pentateuchal material and on into Samuel. On the one hand they recognize the unconditional and eternal, irrevocable covenant that God established with the patriarchs as well as the eternal.

Covenant with David, with the House of David. Those covenants were the basis for the belief that God would never forsake his people. But on the other hand, of course, they place emphasis on the covenant at Sinai. It's a conditional covenant. It requires the people's obedience to moral, religious and civil laws in the covenant code. And it threatens punishment for their violation. So the prophets are playing with both of these themes. Israel has violated the Sinaitic Covenant and the curses that are stipulated by the covenant must follow.

How Does an Affair and Adultery Affect a Divorce in Ontario

How does adultery impact your separation or divorce in Ontario Hi, I'm Brian Galbraith. I'm the owner of Galbraith Family Law Professional Corporation. We're a law firm of divorce lawyers with offices in Barrie, Orillia, and Newmarket. Adultery has a huge impact on marriages. Usually, marriages end as a result of adultery. If you are the victim of adultery, you may feel deeply hurt, angry, or humiliated. You may not feel you can trust your spouse and may not be able to trust anyone for a period of time. Your selfesteem may be deeply damaged. If you're the one who committed adultery,.

You may be feeling guilty, regret your conduct, or just want this whole process behind you. It's a very difficult time for everyone involved. In Ontario, from a legal point of view, adultery is not a factor to be considered when resolving the legal issues. It won't be considered when determining the proper level of child support or spousal support, determining the division of property, or any equalization of property. Adultery will not impact how custody and access arrangements or parenting plans are determined. We have what we call a nofault system in Ontario. This isn't the case everywhere in.

The world, but this is the reality in Ontario. Of course, adultery may have a huge impact on how you feel and how you are able to negotiate the legal issues, but it's not to be taken into consideration when determining custody, access, child support, spousal support, or issues related to property. If this tutorial has been helpful, give it a thumbs up or like it, and you can share it with a friend or colleague. If you'd like to have some help resolving the issues related to your separation or divorce, first go to our website, which is galbraithfamilylaw.

How Darwin Can Save Your Marriage

We are designed by evolution to be titillated by erotic novelty, males and females. Given that evolutionary design, it's completely predictable that 10 years of the same thing, whether it's the same music or the same food or the same sex partner, is going to lead to resentment, discomfort, whatever. It'92s going to lead to a diminishment of passion, certainly. So we start with that and then we add to that the notion that we're taught that that shouldn't happen, that if it does happen there's something wrong with you or something wrong with your relationship.'a0.

And so people aren't expecting that to happen, and so they interpret that diminishment of passion as a failure. The point that we're trying to get across in the book is that it's not your fault. It's not your partner's fault. It's the fault of the clash between the sort of animal we are and the sort of society we've designed. And as long as there's that conflict between our biology and our societies, there are going to be these problems. So a harm reduction approach might make a lot more sense than this sort of absolutist approach that a lot of people take where any.

Infidelity, any, you know, my husband looks at porn, that means he doesn't love me anymore. I mean, these sorts of responses to very natural behaviors cause a lot more problems than they solve, I think. I think if marriage is going to survive as an institution, it's going to certainly have to continue adapting to the realities of human nature as opposed to trying to shoehorn human nature into some predetermined shape. The point of marriage is that you want to get old with someone. You want to share your life with someone. Maybe you want to raise children with someone. You want.

To have a certain stability and trust that you couldn't possibly get with shortterm relationships. That's the point of marriage. And by imposing this expectation of sexual exclusivity for 40, 50, 60 years, we're cutting ourselves off from those really important things for something that's essentially trivial. Sex really isn't really that important. It's not that big a deal. And by making it such a big deal, we sabotage things that really are important, these primary relationships.'a0 We have children going through divorces, victimized by the psychological trauma of divorce, over what.

Over what That mommy or daddy had sex with someone else Who cares The problem is, much like the war on drugs, the problem is that we take this absolutist approach to something that people are always going to do. People are always going to smoke marijuana. People are always going to drink alcohol and coffee and whatever. But we make these arbitrary judgments on what's acceptable and what isn'92t, that have nothing to do with the actual harm that anything of these things could cause to people. So we throw people in prison for, you know, growing a marijuana plant on their windowsill.

It makes no sense it causes much more harm than just letting people do what they want to do. And really, whose business is it if a couple decides that they're going to, you know, allow a little casual sexual behavior on the side, especially if, as Dan Savage argues, and I agree, it takes the pressure off the relationship. If the door's open a little bit, you don't feel trapped. It doesn't mean the door has to be swung wide open, but, you know, the fact that it's open a little bit doesn't mean that the.

Marriage Divorce Fighting Alcoholism Caused by Divorce

Hi, I'm Joe Cuenco, with Family Resources. Today, we're going to be talking about how breaking up, may create some additional problems, for some. We're specifically talking about how divorce, might lead to alcoholism. The most important thing that you have to consider, is to assure yourself that you have self worth, and this is a very important thing, for you to go ahead and pursue, trying to fight off this type of an issue, and dealing with this failure. Alcoholism is typically something, that most people don't' fight off, or address.

By their own, and what I'm saying, is that people typically will need to get some type of counseling, some type of support, and help, professional help, to deal with the situation, because not only are you dealing with the addiction, you're also dealing with probably the loss of self respect, dealing with other losses associated with the breakup. It may be a lack of confidence. You may be angry, and suffering other situations, that may just further complicate the entire thing, that you're feeling, so realistically what one needs to do in this situation, is join a support group. There are Alcoholics Anonymous or other.

Groups. Just be among friends and family, who are supportive, to help you work through things of this nature, and it's also important to replace this drinking, or the time that you spend drinking, with more positive things. Get into a hobby, read, maybe do some volunteering work, or something more beneficial, something that is going to help yourself. Internally, it's also very important to go ahead and build your selfesteem. Rebuild the selfconfidence that you might have lost, and build your inner strength and character, and you might do this.

By doing some reading, looking at some selfhelp books, and other things that are valuable, to help you build your character. You want to put this thing behind you. You want to come out of it a survivor, but also recognize that you were the victim here, and you need to overcome this issue, and there are plenty of people, willing to help you do this. You have a good support group, and that is where you need to draw strength from, and that's how we combat alcoholism, caused by divorce. I'm Joe Cuenco, with Family Resources, Relationships.

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