Places Study on Shema

Places Study on Shema

Genesis 26: And Esau was forty years old when he took to wife Judith the daughter of Beeri the Hittite, and Bashemath the daughter of Elon the Hittite:
Genesis 36: And Bashemath Ishmael's daughter, sister of Nebajoth.
Genesis 36: And Adah bare to Esau Eliphaz; and Bashemath bare Reuel;
Genesis 36: These are the names of Esau's sons; Eliphaz the son of Adah the wife of Esau, Reuel the son of Bashemath the wife of Esau.
Genesis 36: And these are the sons of Reuel; Nahath, and Zerah, Shammah, and Mizzah: these were the sons of Bashemath Esau's wife.
Genesis 36: And these are the sons of Reuel Esau's son; duke Nahath, duke Zerah, duke Shammah, duke Mizzah: these are the dukes that came of Reuel in the land of Edom; these are the sons of Bashemath Esau's wife.
Joshua 15: Amam, and Shema, and Moladah,
1 Kings 12: But the word of God came unto Shemaiah the man of God, saying,
1 Chronicles 2: And the sons of Hebron; Korah, and Tappuah, and Rekem, and Shema.
1 Chronicles 2: And Shema begat Raham, the father of Jorkoam: and Rekem begat Shammai.
1 Chronicles 3: And the sons of Shechaniah; Shemaiah: and the sons of Shemaiah; Hattush, and Igeal, and Bariah, and Neariah, and Shaphat, six.
1 Chronicles 4: And Ziza the son of Shiphi, the son of Allon, the son of Jedaiah, the son of Shimri, the son of Shemaiah;
1 Chronicles 5: The sons of Joel; Shemaiah his son, Gog his son, Shimei his son,
1 Chronicles 5: And Bela the son of Azaz, the son of Shema, the son of Joel, who dwelt in Aroer, even unto Nebo and Baalmeon:
1 Chronicles 8: Beriah also, and Shema, who were heads of the fathers of the inhabitants of Aijalon, who drove away the inhabitants of Gath:
1 Chronicles 9: And of the Levites; Shemaiah the son of Hasshub, the son of Azrikam, the son of Hashabiah, of the sons of Merari;
1 Chronicles 9: And Obadiah the son of Shemaiah, the son of Galal, the son of Jeduthun, and Berechiah the son of Asa, the son of Elkanah, that dwelt in the villages of the Netophathites.
1 Chronicles 12: The chief was Ahiezer, then Joash, the sons of Shemaah the Gibeathite; and Jeziel, and Pelet, the sons of Azmaveth; and Berachah, and Jehu the Antothite,
1 Chronicles 12: Eluzai, and Jerimoth, and Bealiah, and Shemariah, and Shephatiah the Haruphite,
1 Chronicles 15: Of the sons of Elizaphan; Shemaiah the chief, and his brethren two hundred:
1 Chronicles 15: And David called for Zadok and Abiathar the priests, and for the Levites, for Uriel, Asaiah, and Joel, Shemaiah, and Eliel, and Amminadab,
1 Chronicles 24: And Shemaiah the son of Nethaneel the scribe, one of the Levites, wrote them before the king, and the princes, and Zadok the priest, and Ahimelech the son of Abiathar, and before the chief of the fathers of the priests and Levites: one principal household being taken for Eleazar, and one taken for Ithamar.
1 Chronicles 26: Moreover the sons of Obededom were, Shemaiah the firstborn, Jehozabad the second, Joah the third, and Sacar the fourth, and Nethaneel the fifth,
1 Chronicles 26: Also unto Shemaiah his son were sons born, that ruled throughout the house of their father: for they were mighty men of valour.
1 Chronicles 26: The sons of Shemaiah; Othni, and Rephael, and Obed, Elzabad, whose brethren were strong men, Elihu, and Semachiah.
2 Chronicles 11: But the word of the LORD came to Shemaiah the man of God, saying,
2 Chronicles 12: Then came Shemaiah the prophet to Rehoboam, and to the princes of Judah, that were gathered together to Jerusalem because of Shishak, and said unto them, Thus saith the LORD, Ye have forsaken me, and therefore have I also left you in the hand of Shishak.
2 Chronicles 12: And when the LORD saw that they humbled themselves, the word of the LORD came to Shemaiah, saying, They have humbled themselves; therefore I will not destroy them, but I will grant them some deliverance; and my wrath shall not be poured out upon Jerusalem by the hand of Shishak.
2 Chronicles 12: Now the acts of Rehoboam, first and last, are they not written in the book of Shemaiah the prophet, and of Iddo the seer concerning genealogies? And there were wars between Rehoboam and Jeroboam continually.
2 Chronicles 17: And with them he sent Levites, even Shemaiah, and Nethaniah, and Zebadiah, and Asahel, and Shemiramoth, and Jehonathan, and Adonijah, and Tobijah, and Tobadonijah, Levites; and with them Elishama and Jehoram, priests.
2 Chronicles 29: And of the sons of Heman; Jehiel, and Shimei: and of the sons of Jeduthun; Shemaiah, and Uzziel.
2 Chronicles 31: And next him were Eden, and Miniamin, and Jeshua, and Shemaiah, Amariah, and Shecaniah, in the cities of the priests, in their set office, to give to their brethren by courses, as well to the great as to the small:
2 Chronicles 35: Conaniah also, and Shemaiah and Nethaneel, his brethren, and Hashabiah and Jeiel and Jozabad, chief of the Levites, gave unto the Levites for passover offerings five thousand small cattle, and five hundred oxen.
Ezra 8: And of the last sons of Adonikam, whose names are these, Eliphelet, Jeiel, and Shemaiah, and with them threescore males.
Ezra 8: Then sent I for Eliezer, for Ariel, for Shemaiah, and for Elnathan, and for Jarib, and for Elnathan, and for Nathan, and for Zechariah, and for Meshullam, chief men; also for Joiarib, and for Elnathan, men of understanding.
Ezra 10: And of the sons of Harim; Maaseiah, and Elijah, and Shemaiah, and Jehiel, and Uzziah.
Ezra 10: And of the sons of Harim; Eliezer, Ishijah, Malchiah, Shemaiah, Shimeon,
Ezra 10: Benjamin, Malluch, and Shemariah.
Ezra 10: Azareel, and Shelemiah, Shemariah,
Nehemiah 3: After them repaired Zadok the son of Immer over against his house. After him repaired also Shemaiah the son of Shechaniah, the keeper of the east gate.
Nehemiah 6: Afterward I came unto the house of Shemaiah the son of Delaiah the son of Mehetabeel, who was shut up; and he said, Let us meet together in the house of God, within the temple, and let us shut the doors of the temple: for they will come to slay thee; yea, in the night will they come to slay thee.
Nehemiah 8: And Ezra the scribe stood upon a pulpit of wood, which they had made for the purpose; and beside him stood Mattithiah, and Shema, and Anaiah, and Urijah, and Hilkiah, and Maaseiah, on his right hand; and on his left hand, Pedaiah, and Mishael, and Malchiah, and Hashum, and Hashbadana, Zechariah, and Meshullam.
Nehemiah 10: Maaziah, Bilgai, Shemaiah: these were the priests.
Nehemiah 11: Also of the Levites: Shemaiah the son of Hashub, the son of Azrikam, the son of Hashabiah, the son of Bunni;
Nehemiah 12: Shemaiah, and Joiarib, Jedaiah,
Nehemiah 12: Of Bilgah, Shammua; of Shemaiah, Jehonathan;
Nehemiah 12: Judah, and Benjamin, and Shemaiah, and Jeremiah,
Nehemiah 12: And certain of the priests' sons with trumpets; namely, Zechariah the son of Jonathan, the son of Shemaiah, the son of Mattaniah, the son of Michaiah, the son of Zaccur, the son of Asaph:
Nehemiah 12: And his brethren, Shemaiah, and Azarael, Milalai, Gilalai, Maai, Nethaneel, and Judah, Hanani, with the musical instruments of David the man of God, and Ezra the scribe before them.
Nehemiah 12: And Maaseiah, and Shemaiah, and Eleazar, and Uzzi, and Jehohanan, and Malchijah, and Elam, and Ezer. And the singers sang loud, with Jezrahiah their overseer.
Jeremiah 26: And there was also a man that prophesied in the name of the LORD, Urijah the son of Shemaiah of Kirjathjearim, who prophesied against this city and against this land according to all the words of Jeremiah:
Jeremiah 29: Thus shalt thou also speak to Shemaiah the Nehelamite, saying,
Jeremiah 29: Send to all them of the captivity, saying, Thus saith the LORD concerning Shemaiah the Nehelamite; Because that Shemaiah hath prophesied unto you, and I sent him not, and he caused you to trust in a lie:
Jeremiah 29: Therefore thus saith the LORD; Behold, I will punish Shemaiah the Nehelamite, and his seed: he shall not have a man to dwell among this people; neither shall he behold the good that I will do for my people, saith the LORD; because he hath taught rebellion against the LORD.
Jeremiah 36: Then he went down into the king's house, into the scribe's chamber: and, lo, all the princes sat there, even Elishama the scribe, and Delaiah the son of Shemaiah, and Elnathan the son of Achbor, and Gemariah the son of Shaphan, and Zedekiah the son of Hananiah, and all the princes.

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Holman Bible Dictionary - Shema
(sshee' mah) Transliteration of Hebrew imperative meaning, “Hear,” (Deuteronomy 6:4 ) and applied to Deuteronomy 6:4-9 , as the basic statement of the Jewish law. The Shema became for the people of God a confession of faith by which they acknowledged the one true God and His commandments for them. Later worship practice combined Deuteronomy 6:4-9 ; Deuteronomy 11:13-21 ; Numbers 15:37-41 into the larger Shema as the summary of Jewish confession. When Jesus was asked about the “greatest commandment,” He answered by quoting the Shema ( Mark 12:29 ).



Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Shema
SHEMA . 1 . A Reubenite, 1 Chronicles 5:8 . See Shimei, No. 5 . 2 . One of those who put to flight the inhabitants of Gath ( 1 Chronicles 8:13 , called in v. 21 S himei ). 3 . One of those who stood at Ezra’s right hand, at the reading of the Law ( Nehemiah 8:4 , called in 1Es 9:43 Sammus). 4 . A town of Judah, situated in the Negeb. The site is unknown. It is probably this Shema that appears in 1 Chronicles 2:43 as a ‘son’ of Hebron. Cf. also Sheba, 4 .

Easton's Bible Dictionary - Shema
Rumour.
A Reubenite (1 Chronicles 5:8 ).



A Benjamite (1 Chronicles 8:13 ).



One who stood by Ezra when he read the law (Nehemiah 8:4 ).



A town in the south of Judah (Joshua 15:26 ); the same as Sheba (ver. 5).


Chabad Knowledge Base - Shema
Shema, The: (lit. "hear"); the daily declaration of faith, recited in the morning and evening prayers and before retiring for the night

Morrish Bible Dictionary - Shema
1. City in Judah. Joshua 15:26 . Not identified.

2. Son of Hebron, a descendant of Caleb. 1 Chronicles 2:43,44 .

3. Son of Joel, a Reubenite. 1 Chronicles 5:8 . Apparently the same as SHEMAIAH in 1 Chronicles 5:4 .

4. Son of Elpaal and one of the 'heads' of the Benjamites. 1 Chronicles 8:13 . Perhaps the same as SHIMHIin 1 Chronicles 8:21 .

5. One who stood by Ezra when the law was read. Nehemiah 8:4 .

Hitchcock's Bible Names - Shema
Hearing; obeying
Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Shema (2)
1. 1 Chronicles 5:8.

2. Of Benjamin: a head of the fathers of the inhabitants of Aijalon, who drove away the men of Gath (1 Chronicles 8:13; 1 Chronicles 8:21); the same as Shimei and Shimhi.

3. Nehemiah 8:4.

Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Shema (1)
A town of Judah (Joshua 15:26), deriving its origin from Hebron, and in its turn colonizing Maon (1 Chronicles 2:43-45; Joshua 15:26).

Holman Bible Dictionary - Shema
(sshee' mah) Transliteration of Hebrew imperative meaning, “Hear,” (Deuteronomy 6:4 ) and applied to Deuteronomy 6:4-9 , as the basic statement of the Jewish law. The Shema became for the people of God a confession of faith by which they acknowledged the one true God and His commandments for them. Later worship practice combined Deuteronomy 6:4-9 ; Deuteronomy 11:13-21 ; Numbers 15:37-41 into the larger Shema as the summary of Jewish confession. When Jesus was asked about the “greatest commandment,” He answered by quoting the Shema ( Mark 12:29 ).



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Shimeathite - (sshih mih' uh thite) Either a descendant of a person named Shimeath or, more likely, a native of the town of Shema (Joshua 15:26 ), perhaps settled by the clan of Shema (1 Chronicles 2:43 ). See Shema 1
Shema - The Shema became for the people of God a confession of faith by which they acknowledged the one true God and His commandments for them. Later worship practice combined Deuteronomy 6:4-9 ; Deuteronomy 11:13-21 ; Numbers 15:37-41 into the larger Shema as the summary of Jewish confession. When Jesus was asked about the “greatest commandment,” He answered by quoting the Shema ( Mark 12:29 )
Shema - The Shema became for the people of God a confession of faith by which they acknowledged the one true God and His commandments for them. Later worship practice combined Deuteronomy 6:4-9 ; Deuteronomy 11:13-21 ; Numbers 15:37-41 into the larger Shema as the summary of Jewish confession. When Jesus was asked about the “greatest commandment,” He answered by quoting the Shema ( Mark 12:29 )
Sammus - SAMMUS ( 1Es 9:43 ) = Shema , Nehemiah 8:4
Raham - Son of Shema, a descendant of Judah
Raham - Son of Shema, (1 Chronicles 2:44) The word Raham, or Racham, is bowels
Mezuzah - doorpost); parchment scroll affixed to the doorposts of a Jewish home or business, containing portions of the Shema
a'Mam - (gathering place ), a city in the south of Judah named with Shema and Moladah in ( Joshua 15:26 ) only
Shimhi - Perhaps the same as Shema in 1 Chronicles 8:13
Shema - Shema, The: (lit
Shema - Shema . It is probably this Shema that appears in 1 Chronicles 2:43 as a ‘son’ of Hebron
Phylacteries - Small black leather cubes containing parchment scrolls inscribed with the Shema and other biblical passages, wrapped on the arm and head of adult men during weekday morning prayers
ra'Ham - In the genealogy of the descendants of Caleb the son of Hezron, ( 1 Chronicles 2:44 ) Raham is described as the son of Shema and father of Jorkoam
Tefillin - "phylacteries"); small black leather cubes containing parchment scrolls inscribed with the Shema and other biblical passages, wrapped on the arm and head of adult men during weekday morning prayers ...
Beriah - ... ... A Benjamite who with his brother Shema founded Ajalon and expelled the Gittites (1 Chronicles 8:13 )
Beriah - A Benjamite at Aijalon, who, with Shema, put the Gathites to flight (cf
Hebron (1) - A son of Mareshah and father of Korah, Tappuah, Rekem, and Shema ( 1 Chronicles 2:42-43 )
Mezuzah - The command to write the words of the Shema (Deuteronomy 6:4-9 ; Deuteronomy 11:13-21 ) on the doorposts of one's home, like the command to write them on one's heart (Deuteronomy 6:6 ), is a challenge to always remember that love of God is central to faith
Ada'Iah - ... A Benjamite, son of Shimhi, (1 Chronicles 8:21 ) who is apparently the same as Shema in v
Sheba - Shema is named next to Moladah in Joshua 15:26, and is probably identical with this Sheba
Adaiah - 13 Shema ) the Benjamite, 1 Chronicles 8:21
Beth-Shemesh - Now Khurbet Shema, 3 miles west of Safed
Joel - A Reubenite, father of Shemaiah, or Shema
Creed - ] ), Ephesians 4:4-6 , 1Ti 3:16 , 1 John 4:2 ; and further back, for the OT and the Synagogue, in the Shema of Deuteronomy 6:4
Shimei, Shimeites - 8 Shema ]). 1 Chronicles 8:21 = Shema of v
Shimei - A Benjaminite (1 Chronicles 8:21 ; apparently identical with Shema in 1 Chronicles 8:13 )
Seal, Signet - It is of jasper, and oval in shape; the greater part of the field is occupied by a lion, of the most delicate workmanship in the Babylonian style, while above and below is the legend: ‘[The property] of Shema, the servant [ i. It is impossible to decide whether or not the Shema of the Megiddo seal is identical with the I original owner of another seal of the more severe type above described, the legend of which runs: ‘[the property] of Shema, the servant of the king
Selah - In the Psalms of Solomon ‘Selah’ occurs twice (17:31 and 18:10), and in the oldest parts of the Jewish Liturgy (apart from the canonical Psalms, which are incorporated in it) 5 times (3 in the ‘Eighteen Blessings’ and 2 in the morning Benedictions preceding the Shema ‘)
Beriah - A Benjamite who, with Shema, his brother, were ancestors of the inhabitants of Aijalon, and "drove away the inhabitants of Gath" (1 Chronicles 8:13)
Memorial - Even the Shema (6:4-12) stresses remembering the Lord as the fundamental element in the Israelites' theological education
Shemaiah - Member of tribe of Reuben (1 Chronicles 5:4 ); perhaps identical with Shema 2
New - He reaffirmed the teaching of Hebrew Scripture that centralized the Shema as the heart of Jewish religion: "Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one
God - The custom is said to have been founded on a strained interpretation of ( Leviticus 24:16 ) and the phrase there used, "THE NAME" (Shema ), is substituted by the rabbis for the unutterable word
Sheba (2) - Possibly the Shema of Joshua 15:26
Synagogue - A typical service consisted of the recitation of the Shema (confession of faith in the one God), prayers, Scripture readings from the Law and the Prophets, a sermon, and a benediction. See Shema
Shemaiah - ShemaIAH (‘Jahweh has heard’). A Reubenite ( 1 Chronicles 5:4 ), apparently called Shema in 1 Chronicles 5:8
Synagogue - These parts are: ( a ) the recitation of the Shema ’, ( b ) the lifting up of hands, i. ... ( a ) The recitation of the Shema ’. The Shema ’ is the standing designation of three short sections of the Pentateuch, Deuteronomy 6:4-9 (which opens with the word Shema ’ = ‘Hear,’ whence the name) Deuteronomy 11:13-21 , Numbers 15:37-41
Sheba - The Shema of the LXX [Note: Septuagint. There can be little doubt that Shema , inserted by mistake in the Heb
am ha'Arez - Thus in the Talmud (Berakhôth 47b) he is described as one ‘who does not give his tithes regularly,’ or ‘who does not read the Shema morning and evening,’ or ‘who does not wear tĕphillim,’ or ‘who has no mĕzûzâh on his doorposts,’ or ‘who fails to teach his children the Law,’ or ‘who has not associated with the learned
Teach - Following the Shema’, the “watchword of Judaism” that declares that Yahweh is One (Deut
Hear, Hearing - Often in Deuteronomy, Moses calls on Israel to hear, especially in the Shema (literally the 6:4-5; cf
Love - The Shema (Hebrew for “hear”) of Deuteronomy 6:4-6 is echoed in Paul's declaration that love is the fulfillment of the law ( Romans 13:10 ). ... In the Teachings of Jesus In Jesus' teachings in Matthew, Mark, and Luke, the Shema of Deuteronomy (the command to love God) is united with Leviticus 19:8 (“Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself”) ( Matthew 22:34-40 ; Mark 12:28-34 ; Luke 10:25-28 )
Synagogue (2) - Of the four principal parts (a) the first was the Shema‘ (so called from the opening word of Deuteronomy 6:4, which should read ‘Hear, O Israel; the Lord our God, the Lord is one,’ as cited in Mark 12:29), with introductory and closing benedictions. The Shema‘ comprised altogether Deuteronomy 6:4-9; Deuteronomy 11:13-21 and Numbers 15:37-41, in which the wearing of frontlets and fringes is prescribed as a symbolic reminder of legal obligations. Both customs may be confidently referred to the period of the ascendency of the Ḥasidim, a century and more before the birth of Christ; and the recitation of the Shema‘ with its accompanying ritual was a confession, both of faith in the unity of God and of the imperative obligation to keep His Law. (b) What prayers originally followed the recitation of the Shema‘, it is impossible at present to say
Golden Rule - So adherence to the Shema (Deuteronomy 6:4-5 ) and obeying the mandate to love one's neighbor (Leviticus 19:18 ) essentially conveys the Golden Rule
Talmud - In the beginning of the latter occurs this paragraph: ‘During what time in the evening is the reading of the Shema‘ begun? From the time when the priests go in to eat their leaven ( Leviticus 22:7 ) until the end of the first watch of the night, such being the words of R. Jose to elucidate it; remarks on the position of one who is in doubt whether he has read the Shema‘ ; another passage from a baraitha , designating the appearance of the stars as an indication of the time in question; further explanations and passages on the appearance of the stars as bearing on the ritual; other Rabbinical sayings; a baraitha on the division between day and night, and other passages bearing on the same subject; discussion of other baraithas , and further quotations from important Rabbis; a sentence of Tannaitic origin in no way related to the preceding matters, namely, ‘One who prays standing must bold his feet straight,’ and the controversy on this subject between Rabbis Levi and Simon, the one adding, ‘like the angels,’ the other, ‘like the priests’; comments on these two comparisons; further discussion concerning the beginning of the day; Haggadic statements concerning the dawn; a conversation between two Rabbis; cosmological comments; dimensions of the firmament, and more Haggadic comments in abundance; a discussion on the night-watches; Haggadic material concerning David and his harp. Then comes the second section, namely, a Rabbinical quotation; a baraitha on the reading of the Shema‘ in the synagogue; other Rabbinical and Haggadic matter; further Haggadic sayings; lastly, section 3 gives R
Phylacteries - Thus in Matthew 22:34 || it may be considered as certain that the group of Pharisees with whom our Lord held His controversy wore their broadened phylacteries, and that the passage He quoted, the Shema’, the foundation of Hebrew religion, would be found in the phylacteries they carried on their heads and arms
je'Sus Christ - At five he was to learn the law, at first by extracts written on scrolls of the more important passages, the Shema or creed of (2:4) the Hallel or festival psalms, Psal 114,118, 136, and by catechetical teaching in school
Slave, Slavery (2) - They shared the family worship, and in regard to obligations were classed with the women and children as bound to observe all religious ritual in the home, except the repetition of the Shema‘ and the wearing of phylacteries
Deuteronomy, Theology of - They are adumbrated in the Shema of 6:4-5, the confessional fulcrum of Old Testament faith that defines Yahweh as the unique Sovereign and reduces Israel's obligation to him to one of exclusive love, that is, obedience. The whole purpose of the collection of stipulations is, in fact, to set forth application of the principles of the Ten Words and the Shema (6:6; cf
Synagogue - So also did the worship; with the addition of the new doctrines, the gifts of the Spirit, and the supper of the Lord; fixed liturgical forms, creeds, as the Shema , "Hear O Israel," etc
Education - Already the boy had learned to repeat the Shema (‘Hear, O Israel,’ etc
Trinity - See Shema
Pharisees - The oral law defined the time before which in the evening a Jew must repeat the Shema, i
James, Epistle of - The Rabbis could teach that ‘they cool the flames of Gehinnom for him who reads the Shema [ Deuteronomy 6:4 ],’ and Justin ( Dial
Old Testament in the New Testament, the - In connection with these he discerns a tension at the heart of Old Testament theology, between the exclusivism of the covenant and the central covenant confession, the Shema: "Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one" (Deuteronomy 6:4 )
Demon, Demoniacal Possession, Demoniacs - 2 Peter 2:4-5); two angels, Assael and Shemachsai, loved the daughters of men, and, forsaking their allegiance to God, descended from heaven to earth; one of these angels returned to heaven and did not sin, but the other accomplished his desire, and his offspring became demons. First among these is the saying of the Shema‘ (i
Pronunciation of Proper Names - In the middle of words, especially in words containing the Divine name Jah, the matter has already been settled for us, as it in most cases appears as iah , Ahaziah, Isaiah, Shemaiah. Professor Cheyne, in order to bring out more prominently the Divine name, would treat the iah = jah always as a separate word Ahaz′iah, Isa′iah, Shema′iah. Except for this consideration the rule would probably be, that where it follows a consonant the i is not only treated as a vowel but also accented Jeremi′ah; when it follows a vowel it is assimilated with that vowel as in the two examples given above, which also illustrate the way in which one or other vowel may give place, Isaiah (Isâ-ah), Shemaiah (Shemî-ah), though some would render the former also Isî′ah
Synagogue - 2), by the recital of the Shema‛ (Deuteronomy 6:4-9; Deuteronomy 11:13; Deuteronomy 11:21, Numbers 15:37-41), was preceded by two benedictions, one containing the praise of the Lord as the Giver of light in view of the rising sun each morning, and of the Withdrawer of the light of day each evening, and another containing the praise of the Lord as Giver of the Law to Israel, His chosen people, and followed by one benediction beginning with a solemn attestation of the monotheistic truth proclaimed in the Shemâ‛, and ending with the praise of God as the Redeemer of Israel with reference to the deliverance from Egypt mentioned in the closing verse of the Shemâ‛ chapters (Numbers 15:41)
Childhood - Among other things He would probably learn from her the Shema‘ (Deuteronomy 6:4)—that sacred formula which attends the devout Jew from his earliest years to his latest moment
Work - When Israel is on the verge of entering the promised land, she is reminded through the Shema (Deuteronomy 6:4-9 ) to keep God at the center of her existence in all that she does
Possession - _ Among the Hebrews the chief prophylactics were amulets,_ charms,_ knotted cords,_ the repetition of the Shema’ (Deuteronomy 6:4) and other formulae, fixing of the mezûzâh, wearing the tephillîn, eating salt;_ and, as we may infer from the practice of other races, the intervention of guardian angels