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"The Silver Cord" could seem somewhat dated, particularly in an age when cell phones have replaced the needs for landlines attached to the wall. But the relationships and sparkling dialogue make this a breathtaking drama. Bravo! Read more. 7 people found this helpful. Helpful.5/5(2). What does the Bible say about the Silver Cord in Ecclesiastes ? Bible Answer: Ecclesiastes is a very unusual book of the Bible. The phrase “under the sun” (life on this earth) occurs 27 times in this book. It occurs more times in this book than in any other book of the Bible. The Silver Cord is a full-length novel at 63, words. It can be read as a standalone. WARNING: The Silver Cord is intended for mature readers 18+. It contains graphic descriptions of sex and a mild trigger warning for rape and self-harm. ___ PRAISE FOR THE SILVER CAGE/5(31). A lot of people report seeing the silver cord attached to the head, but perhaps they are confusing this with the consciousness thread that is attached to the crown chakra. The function of the silver cord. The sole purpose of the silver cord, or life thread, is to provide the subtle and physical bodies with vital energy.
The silver cord is the nervous system breaking; the golden bowl breaking representing the brain and loss of memory; the pitcher broken at the fountain and the wheel broken at the cistern is the heart slowing and failing to pump; which then results in the death of the body. See full commentary here. E.W. Bullinger's Companion Bible Notes on Eccl. The "silver cord" is the spine, the nerves generally, the tongue; the "golden bowl" is the head, the membrane of the brain, the stomach. But these anatomical details are not to be adopted; they have little to recommend them, and are incongruous with the rest of the parable. Ecclesiastes Or ever the silver cord be loosed, or the golden bowl be broken, or the pitcher be broken at the fountain, or the wheel broken at the cistern. Quote from "Light Through An Eastern Window" by Bishop K. C. Pillai ECCLESIASTES - Bis. Ecclesiastes Or ever the silver cord be loosed As the above are the symptoms and infirmities of old age; these in this verse are the immediate symptoms of death, or what attend it, or certainly issue in it. Some by "the silver cord" understand the string of the tongue; and to this purpose is the Targum, ``before thy tongue is dumb from.
The Paperback of the The Silver Cord: The Lily Lockwood Series: Book Two by Alison Caiola at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on Author: Alison Caiola. Ecclesiastes Or ever the silver cord be loosed, or the golden bowl be broken, or the pitcher be broken at the fountain, or the wheel broken at the cistern. Ecclesiastes Then shall the dust return to the earth as it was: and the spirit shall return unto God who gave it. The Silver Cord Award, developed by JHS Student Council in , is a distinguished volunteer service award available to Johnston High School students. The award is given to students who complete a minimum of 50 hours of community service/volunteering during their sophomore, junior, and senior years of high school, for a total of at least silver cord/golden bowl. The word for bowl here also is found in Zechariah –3, where it is a bowl that holds the wicks of candles. Some have assumed that the silver cord holds the expensive golden bowl, which, if severed, would cause the bowl to be smashed. This symbolizes the aging process and death.