"Originally a biblical place name (meaning ‘stone of help’ in Hebrew). This was the site of the battle where the Israelites were defeated by the Philistines (1 Samuel 4:1). After they took their revenge, Samuel set up a memorial stone bearing this name (1 Samuel 7:12) (encyclopedia.com, emphasis mine)."I have a memorial stone that I wear on my left hand, reminding me of the covenant I made with God and my husband six months ago today. And today we remembered and celebrated. I am thankful for who Nathan is, who God is making him, and that he is in my life. All glory to God for our marriage!
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P.S. Isn't he handsome? And the smooch... I just had to put it up... it makes me smile.