Torah! Torah! Torah!
I want to incorporate a picture of a Torah scroll, attached, which is a closeup of Leviticus 10.16, the central words of the Torah, in the bottom two lines. I envision the title of the book being three separate lines, one Torah! per line, dissolving into the top of the Hebrew paragraph in the picture . There is a natural border around the paragraph on three sides, not the top, so this would work well with a fade in to the top. Although I'm saying fade and dissolve, I don't want to lose the impact or readability of all three lines of "Torah!" I'm open to better ideas.
The picture has a warm tone and I would like a background color (brown?) that accentuates both the title and the picture of the scroll. I would like to preserve more of the text than just the bottom two lines, but it is not necessary to use all the upper lines of text on the picture. The picture has nice detail, like the crowns on the letters and the scoring of the parchment, which I don't want to lose. The picture can be lightened if appropriate.
The font for Torah! Torah! Torah! should be dramatic. A raised or engraved effect might be perfect. The book is very challenging to traditional Christian thought about Torah and the title and font design should prepare the reader for that.