Shatul: What’s In A Name?

What’s in a name?

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What prompted me to come up with the name Shatul and what does it mean?
  • Psalm 1 has been somewhat of a theme Psalm for me especially verse 3

They are like trees planted by streams —
they bear their fruit in season,
their leaves never wither,
everything they do succeeds.

 Psalm 1:3
(CJB)

The Hebrew word planted is “shatul” שָׁת֪וּל , the Hebrew root is shatal שׁתל. This word is translated replanted, rooted, grown, deeply planted, or firmly planted. We are to be like trees (in my case a palm, ie. Tamar ) rooted and planted in God’s Word and Yeshua.

Wellness Deeply Rooted in God

All of our life is to be Deeply Rooted this way, including our health.

God Himself planted the herbs, with roots, seeds, leaves for our nourishment and medicine. We can regrasp those roots by learning to care for our temples holistically using His Creation. Herbalism does not belong to the pagans but to our God and Creator.

Will you grab hold with me and transform your life from the roots up? Please add a comment below sharing with me how you keep your wellness Deeply Rooted in Him.

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About Tamra Speakman

Tamra is a holistic herbalist. She has over a decade of prior experience as a Licensed Vocational Nurse. Tamra owns, Shatul where she educates believers on using God's creation to obtain wellness and vitality. Shatul offers consultations, Deeply Rooted in the Word of God, in person, online, or via the phone for you and your entire family.

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