Vessels, or Meatsuits, are humans who serve as the physical body or embodiment of spiritual, non-physical beings.
At least some of these beings can be forcefully driven out through an exorcism while others can be driven out by the vessel.
Jehu was anointed king at Ramoth-Gilead by an emissary of the prophet Elisha ( Kings 9:1–10), who stood at the head of the prophetic movement that opposed the House of Omri (see *Ahab), and strove both to avenge the blood of those prophets and God-fearing men who had been persecuted and killed by Jezebel (9:7–10), and to stop the Baal worship in Israel.
Accordingly, Jehu, upon ascending the throne, acted with great zeal to destroy the Tyrian cult.
Angels have multiple people that can be vessels for them, but only one person is their "true" vessel.
Although, the Angel's true vessels can withstand their respective Angel's form and voices.
The 1870s saw the first Hebrew translations of complete plays with Isaac Salkinson’s ground-breaking versions of , which paved the way for the eventual emergence of a more extensive body of Hebrew translations in early twentieth-century Palestine and New York.
These in turn led to the proliferation of later Hebrew translations ranging from the mid-twentieth century work of prominent poets such as Natan Alterman, Leah Goldberg, and Avraham Shlonsky to more recent versions by e.g.
Archaeology tells us that ancient Israel first became a monarchy in the 10th or perhaps even the ninth century B. The views that the text expresses are also telling.
Importantly, Deborah’s song agrees on several major issues not only with the rest of Judges but also with the Former Prophets (the books of Joshua through Kings) as a whole.