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Shula Rajaonah

"I am surprised how difficult for people is to say "I love you". They only say the three magic words when they are sure they will hear "I love you too" back. C'mon! Spread the energy of love without expecting anything! Cowards are incapable of expressing love; it is the prerogative of the brave" Paulo Coelho

   Shula Rajaonah

Shula : From the same root as Shalom sh-l-m. Refers to a cycle, returning, health, peace, greetings, and many other things. It is also the name of the lover in the "Song of Songs." Generally miss-translated in Bibles into English as "Shulamite."
The Shulamite woman.

 

"Aucune grâce extérieure n'est complète si la beauté intérieure ne la vivifie. La beauté de l'âme se répand comme une lumière mystérieuse sur la beauté du corps." [Victor Hugo]

Le prénom Shula signifie Peace i.e Paix en hébreu

 



 

Meaning of the girl name Shula : [ 2 syll. (s)hu-la, sh-ula ] The girl name Shula means Peacefulness and is pronounced SHUWLah †. Shula's origin, as well as its use, is in the Hebrew language. Shula is a short form of Shulamite (Hebrew)

 "Mets-moi comme un sceau sur ton coeur,

Comme un sceau sur ton bras;

Car l'amour est fort comme la mort,

La jalousie est inflexible comme le séjour des morts;

Ses ardeurs sont des ardeurs de feu,

Une flamme de l'Eternel"

Cantique des Cantiques 8:6

 

Shulamite

Peaceful, in Hebrew a feminine name, corresponding to Solomon

as Julia does to Julius.

It is the figurative name of the bride in Solomon's Song, So 6:13; and the bridegroom is represented by SOLOMON, also meaning peaceful.

 

"Quand les montagnes s'éloigneraient, Quand les collines chancelleraient, Mon amour ne s'éloignera point de toi, Et mon alliance de paix ne chancellera point, Dit l'Eternel, qui a compassion de toi." ESAIE 54:10

 

A propos de Shula Rajaonah

"Alors, pourquoi dois-je écouter mon coeur ? - Parce que tu n'arriveras jamais à le faire taire. Et même si tu feins de ne pas entendre ce qu'il te dit, il sera là, dans ta poitrine, et ne cessera de répéter ce qu'il pense de la vie et du monde." Paulo Coelho 

 

 

"This is what we call love. When you are loved, you can do anything in creation. When you are loved, there's no need at all to understand what's happening, because everything happens within you." 
Paulo Coelho

 

 

 

Shula : From the same root as Shalom sh-l-m. Refers to a cycle, returning, health, peace, greetings, and many other things. It is also the name of the lover in the "Song of Songs." Generally miss-translated in Bibles into English as "Shulamite."
The Shulamite woman.

Shulamite means:

 peaceable; perfect; that recompenses

 

 

 

Upon a lower level prayer certainly assumes a lower form, which by sin has become so low and selfish that prayer, which should be love's breath, has become an egoistic cry. But we discuss prayer as it was originally, before sin had affected it. And as the true heir of heaven yearns for his heavenly home not for the sake of crown and palm and golden harp, but for his God alone; so is prayer, pure and undefiled, a longing, not for God's gifts, but for God Himself. As the Shulamite calls for her bridegroom, so does the praying soul, from the consuming desire of love, pray and thirst for the possession of its Maker and to be possessed of Him.

 

 


 Le Cantique des Cantiques revêt la forme d'une suite de poèmes, de chants d'amour alternés entre une femme et un homme (ou même où plusieurs couples s'expriment), qui prennent à témoin d'autres personnes et des éléments de la nature. C'est l'un des livres de la Bible les plus poétiques. Sa composition est attribuée à un compilateur du IVe siècle av. J.‑C. qui y aurait fondu différents poèmes.
 
On a même avancé l'hypothèse que le Cantique des Cantiques ait pu avoir été rédigé par une femme, comme le pense par exemple l'exégète André Lacocque1, étant donné la large place qui y est laissée aux personnages féminins. On retrouve des parallèles à de nombreuses expressions du Cantique dans la littérature du Proche-Orient ancien, notamment dans les poèmes d'amour égyptiens. Le cadre géographique et social est suggéré par quelques noms propres (Jérusalem, Tirça, le Liban), mais de telles références ne permettent pas de fixer avec certitude la date et le lieu de rédaction du Cantique des Cantiques. Le livre a d'abord été rejeté à cause de son caractère profane, dont témoignent les nombreuses images érotiques comme : « Tes seins sont comme deux faons, jumeaux d'une gazelle » ou « Ta poitrine comme les raisins mûrs ».
On le considérer comme une collection de poèmes décrivant l'amour entre une jeune fille et son amoureux, dont on fait parfois un couple marié, croyant y déceler des noces. Cette conception s'appuie sur le fait que cette compréhension est proche, voire correspond parfaitement à la pensée hébraïque, alors que selon elle la première alternative allégorique serait trop influencée par la pensée grecque considérant le corps comme quelque chose de méprisable ou de spirituellement indigne (allusions étant parfois faites à Aristote, à Platon et au gnosticisme des premiers siècles de l'ère chrétienne, puis à la pensée de Saint Augustin qui a grandement influencé la doctrine catholique). Nous avons pourtant, dans ce livre, affaire à un amour sensuel et passant continuellement par l'exaltation de la beauté et les relations physiques. Le langage hébraïque du livre fait clairement référence %
 

Song 8:4
I charge you, O daughters of Jerusalem, Do not stir up nor awaken love until it pleases. NKJV


The Song was written by  Solomon.  Solomon means Peaceful.  He sings of the Shulamite - the Perfect One, or the Peacable One.  The Shulamite rightfully declared that she belongs to her Beloved and that He is her posession. Nothing would separate her from her Beloved. She has exclusive access to His chambers, she is seated at the King's table, and she enjoys exclusive intimacy with her Beloved!  In Ephesians 5 Paul speaks of a great mystery, the marriage relationship between Christ and His Bride; the corporate Church. He compares our marriage to Christ to the marriage between a husband and his wife. John revealed the Bride, the New Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as bride adorned for her husband. (Revelation 21:2) In the Acts of the Apostles and the early Church there were two expressions of Church life. The believers gathered daily in their households of faith for teaching, fellowship, communion and prayers, and the households would all gather together at the temple to celebrate the Body of Christ. The Church in the City would include all the believers in the entire city.

 

SHULAMITE in Marine Flag Language :

We also see this expression in the Song of Solomon. The Shulamite respresents the Corporate Body of Christ, and the women of Jerusalem represents the single believer, or the diferent households of faith (local church). The daughters of Jerusalem were selflessly and wholeheartedly pursuing the Shulamite. Just like the Bridemaids would adorn the Bride for the Groom, the daughters of Jerusalem are preparing the Shulamite for her Beloved.

Therefore He Himself gave some to be apostles, some prophets, some evangelists, and some pastors and teachers, for the equipping of the saints for the work of ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ, till we all come to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to a perfect man, to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ; that we should no longer be children, tossed to and fro and carried about with every wind of doctrine, by the trickery of men, in the cunning craftiness of deceitful plotting, but, speaking the truth in love, may grow up in all things into Him who is the head--Christ-- from whom the whole body, joined and knit together by what every joint supplies, according to the effective working by which every part does its share, causes growth of the body for the edifying of itself in love. (Ephesians 4:11-16)

SHULAMITE in Sign Language:

This equipping of the saints takes place in the local household of faith. God called Solomon to build His Temple. David was unable to build His Temple as he was a man of war, but Solomon would be a man of Rest. (1 Chronicles 22:6-11).  When Solomon built the temple the stone was finished at the quarry, so that no hammer or chisel or any iron tool was heard in the temple while it was being built. (1 Kings 6:7) The local church is a quarry where the living stones are carefully prepared to feature in the Temple. Today many pastors are equipping the saints with guitars and microphones instead of hammers and chisels. The local church became a place of entertainment. But the Lord never intended for the emphasis and the beauty to be visible in the local church. The local church is a noisy place. It is a place of crafting and shaping, teaching and discipline. Intimacy with the Beloved was never intended for the daughters of Jerusalem. The Beloved belongs to the Shulamite.

There should be an increasing burden upon every leader of the local church to pursue the Shulamite. Every pastor must pursue the Corporate Gathering of the Saints. The Shulamite warned us: Do not stir up nor awaken love until it pleases. If you are not connected to the corporate temple in your city, if you have no desire to engage other leaders in your city you have no right to the Chambers of Christ.

The "Stirring up of love" belongs to the Shulamite company - The Bride of Christ.

 

The Shulamite woman was a queen. She was royalty. She was Solomon's princess, his special one. The one who made his heart go boom, boom, boom when he came near to her. She was also black. She said her skin looked like the tents of Kedar, which were made out of black goats' hair, like curtains of Solomon. She was definitely a person of color.

But this sun-caressed, black-skinned Shulamite woman can be a woman of any color. Every woman can be a Shulamite woman. Man looks at the outside, but God looks on the inside. The word Shulamite means 'peaceful'. And the most precious quality a woman can have is not skin color, but a peaceful spirit. As 1 Timothy 2:9 says, "In like manner also, that women adorn themselves in modest apparel, with shamefacedness and sobriety; not with braided hair, or gold, or pearls, or costly array; But (which becometh women professing godliness) with good works."

SHULAMITE in Braille (Blind) Alphabet :

SHULA in Marine Flag Language :

SHULA in Morse Code :

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First, the Shulamite mother is a woman who treats her husband with love, compassion and passion. There once was a country song that said, Good Lovin' Keeps A Home Together. The Shulamite woman in the Song of Solomon says the same thing. In Chapter 1 verse 13 she says, "A bundle of myrrh is my well beloved unto me; he shall lie all night between my breasts." Now that's keeping a home together!

SHULA in Braille (Blind) Alphabet :

 

SHULA in Sign Language :

Next, the Shulamite mother is sensitive to her husband and family. She knows what they do. She knows their habits. She even knows when anyone in her family is coming or going. Song of Solomon 2:8-9 says, "The voice of my beloved! Behold, he cometh leaping upon the mountains, skipping upon the hills. My beloved is like a roe or a young hart: behold, he standeth behind our wall, he looketh forth at the windows, showing himself through the lattice.

 

The Shulamite mother knows her family's potential. Proverbs 31:23 says, "Her husband is known in the gates, when he sitteth among the elders of the land." The Shulamite mother, however tender and feminine on the outside, is extremely tough inside; independent-minded, fairly intolerant of immaturity, weakness or wishy-washiness, and very demanding that a man be a real man. She must be careful not to let her strength and high standards turn into a critical spirit. And her bridegroom must be careful not to feel threatened, but to take her insights and suggestions as a challenge to reach higher, grow stronger and become a better man for God. 

 

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