Both Psalm 68 and the Song of Deborah include an enumeration of, or reference to, certain of the twelve tribes.
What does TT stand for?
TT stands for Twelve Tribes (Twelve Tribes of Israel)
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In numerology, the number twelve is considered the number of completeness, as reflected in the twelve months of the year, twelve signs of the zodiac, twelve hours of the clock, twelve tribes of Israel, twelve Apostles of Jesus, twelve gods of Olympus, etc.
He too said that the European Zionists are descendants of the Khazars, which is why he added the latter to the twelve tribes of Israel mentioned in the Hebrew Bible.
In Matthew's gospel, Jesus tells the Twelve that they will "sit on twelve thrones, judging the twelve tribes of Israel".
Compare its first verse to other translations: PBCT: Iakobos, a slave of the god and the Master Iesous Khristos, to the twelve tribes of the diaspora, greetings.
Salvador Dali print series comes to UO art museum "The Twelve Tribes of Israel," an exhibit of prints by Salvador Dali, is on view at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the University of Oregon.
Levi / 1962 Jerusalem Windows Series, color lithograph, 11 3/4" x 8 1/2" For the Synagogue of the Hadassah University Hospital in Jerusalem, Chagall created pigmented windows representing the twelve sons of the Patriarch Jacob, from whom came the Twelve Tribes of Israel.
I later learned the proprietors belong to the Twelve Tribes of Israel, a worldwide network of Christians embracing community, organic farming and home schooling, and holding an eclectic set of views on the world.