Amos ends his prophecy with a message of hope, proclaiming that the day will come when the people will return to the Land of Israel, build houses, plant vineyards and trees, and enjoy their fruits. This is reminiscent of the idyllic times described by Micah when every man shall sit “under his vine and under his fig-tree; and none shall make them afraid” (4:4). Amos concludes by comparing the Jewish people to a sapling that is planted firmly in the ground. Their connection to the Land of Israel will never again be uprooted. Plant your roots in the eternal Holy Land with a spring tree, and receive a beautiful certificate.
The deep sapphire blue crystal Star of David was designed by Judaic artist Diane Fuller. In addition to a beautiful Star of David charm, the necklace includes an eye catching lapis lazuli stone. The stone is surrounded by glass crystals, giving it a pretty sparkle. In addition to the necklace, there is also a matching set of earrings. This wonderful set will make an excellent gift for nearly every occasion. The necklace is 18″ long.
Thanks to everyone who responded to yesterday’s photo trivia! We featured the popular resort town of Eilat. Eilat is mentioned in Deuteronomy 2:8 as one of the locations the Jewish people passed through in their trek out of Egypt.