NJPS calls them “chieftains,” which is more anthropological but otherwise pretty much the same thing.Othniel was the first of these chieftains, and his story is followed in Judges 3 by that of Ehud, who because he was left-handed was able to surprise King Eglon of Moab, the oppressor of Israel in those days, and kill him. Judges 4 and 5 tell at great length of Deborah, who was both a prophet and also a chieftain of Israel.Even though we just were named "TOP" our place in line at Fashion World was at the bottom.The industry many times didn't care about our name, but did turn a snobby cheek to the name ANTM."Caridee did admit that she chose to be on the show and was "thankful" she followed through with her decision.
It took Weidmann just five years to achieve certified mastery of his craft, and as he explains during the episode filmed in his Denver studio, he took it a step further by learning to carve the pens used for his work, which he describes as “works of art that create works of art.” Weidmann also shares the charming story of how his craft played a central role in the courtship of his wife in today’s dating world of texts.
Do not think of someone wearing a wig or holding a gavel.
The word might better be translated as “magistrates” — that is, people who were not in any sense “royal” but who ruled whatever area of the country they could control and who issued “rulings” (משפטים, mishpatim) as a way of governing.
Traveling across the country including stops in North Carolina, Colorado, Ohio, Michigan, Nebraska and New York, Gorges visits with men and women who are carrying the tools, trade and traditions of fine craftsmanship into the 21st century.
Jake Weidmann is one of an elite group in his craft – in 2011 he became only the 11th certified master penman in the world, the youngest at the time (and still one of only 12).All they saw was a personality good for television.