Zekeniam Y’sra’al
Sherut haRitztzuy
(the ministry of reconciliation)
by whom we have now received the
( Atonement)
Reconci...
My Memorial for generation after generation.”
Shemot 3:13-16
This is MY NAME forever,

Yâ-hwuah, Aluahiym of your father’s...
Who hath ears to hear, let him hear?
“Sola Scriptura”
(the Scriptures alone is authoritative for faith)

(in His Name)

[Y...
Ruwach (Spirit) is the Ibry (Hebrew) name for His
"Presence", pictured as the Counselor, Helper, and
Advocate, the One Who...
relationship. You need not have an advanced degree in any
subject, need not have memorized Scripture from beginning
to end...
Lu 11:33
“No one, when he has lit a Lamp, puts it in a cellar or under
a basket, but on a stand, that those who come in ma...
And now brothers and sisters
Come out of the secret place bearing light!
who see it from afar. The Secret Place, here, shi...
He said, “Your name will no longer be called Ya'aqob, but
Ysra'al; for you have wrestled with Aluahiym and with men,
and h...
There was now an entity called "Y’sra’al", the one big
exception to the rule that "under the sun, all is vanity". He
allow...
Shophetim 13:15
But when the children of Ysra'al cried to Ya-hwuah, Yahwuah raised them up a savior, Ehuwd the son of Gera...
Gomed: half a cubit, 9 to 10 inches in length. The double
edge would come to a point, ideal for stabbing. Right thigh:
Nor...
the same word used here for “present”). In his ruse, it is as if
Ehud is acting as the “priest” in the worship of Eglon--t...
Kanaan. Now he has seen them again (vv. 1-2), but this
time they are not at the House of Aluahiym, so he reasons
that this...
but even Moshe argued with Ya-hwuah and He changed His
mind, so the blessing that comes with this prevailing
outweighs the...
what is greater than you. Wrestle with who you really are,
and at least you will have some input in who you turn out
to be...
And hostility I sat down between you and the woman and
between your seed and her seed, he will fall upon you a head
and yo...
( HaYaH (He was), Howeh (He is), and Yihyeh (He will be).
AV translations:
[idiom] are, it, this.
will crush your head whi...
issues we have to answer for- Moshe also argued with Yahwuah and made Him change His mind, with positive
results, but we s...
Ya'aqob is a cunning Kena'aniy; misleading balances are in
his hand. He loves to oppress by extortion.
Misleading balances...
Aluahiym has spoken once; twice I have heard this that
Power belongs to Aluahiym.
Also to You,

Ties trusting in oppressio...
For I will come and save you; and kings shall bring Me when
in the flesh, gold, incense and myrrh; gold as a token of My
k...
The myth of Achilles' heel probably originated from a
memory of this promise. Ya'aqob’s name is also based on
this word fo...
resurrection of the dead. Miqveh: ritual immersion site.
Who warned you: i.e., This is a Sacred act; were you invited?
Wra...
Yshá`Yâhuw 42: 8-9
I am Yâ-hwuah, that is My name, and My Honor I shall not
give to another, nor My praise to the carved i...
How befitting on the mountains are the feet [of Tsiyyówn
Yshá`Yâhuw 40: 9
Climb up on the high mountain, O herald of the g...
their authorities mock, ”Declares Yâ-hwuah, “and
continually all day long My name is being reviled!Therefore
My people sha...
The serpent's seed almost crowded out the human, but
Aluahiym preserved it
Bareshiyth. 6:4,
The Nephilim [giants/tyrants/b...
apparently given jurisdiction over those who will not deal
directly with the "Aluahiym of Aluahiym" (cf. Daniel 10:13,
20)...
accept all of these levels of interpretation as possible,
because they would all teach us the same lesson—that
YaHuWaH doe...
those outside of His covenant. Even King Shlomo, who Yahwuah loved, was corrupted by pagan wives, and this
influence conti...
"generation" is "cycle" or "revolution", and this suggests
that Noah was in tune with YaHuWaH's calendar, in which
lies th...
Mashiyach’s obedience can set us back on the road to
recovery.
1 Yahuwchanan 3:9;
Everyone having been procreated from Yâ-...
by the weight of the prospect of being forsaken by his
Father. (Luk. 22:44) See posterity: have descendants.
Lengthen days...
Yshá`Yâhuw 53:11;
Due to the toil of His [physical] life, He shall see it [Seed
(v.10)], of Light He shall be completely f...
Honor, to make the Leader of their deliverance
accomplished through sufferings.

Understanding his name

A "formed" point:...
"surface" (dalet). These three stages correspond in Kabbalah
to: "point" (nekudah), "spectrum" (sefirah), "figure"
(partzu...
for the revelation of Yâ-hwuah's Infinite Light in finite
reality.

"It [the land of Y’sra’al] is the land which Yâ-hwuah ...
the superconscious sensitivity directing the motivation of
Will. The Hebrew word for "the land," eretz, derives from
the w...
phenomenon is understood to mean that the eye possesses
five Divine powers. The right eye possesses five states of
kindnes...
secret of "all right," as "there is no left in the Ancient One,
all is right.

In the Divine service of the soul these thr...
Infinite Love for all ("all is right"). This is the secret of
sweetening.

Two letters, a reish and a zayin, combine to fo...
the kuf, to which the tzadi connects to form the full,
rectified name - tzadik.
The tzadik is the eighteenth letter of the...
two letters, the reish (the hovering vapor) and
the zayin (the hidden spark), which compose the letter kuf.
For this reaso...
The letter beyt, from the word "house," refers to Yâhwuah's house:

The Midrash states that the Divine motivation for crea...
linked to that of the land of Y’sra’al, causes the Sacred Land
to expand and eventually encompass all the earth (lower
rea...
The "souls of the tzadikim" refers to all Y’sra’alite souls, as is
said: "All your people are tzadikim." Yâ-hwuah's
connot...
letters rosh is osher, "happiness." When the tzadik draws Yâhwuah, the "Head," into His House, it becomes a house of
true ...
The power to draw down the blessing to the smallest detail
of reality is that of hei.
This service of Abraham, and all Y’s...
In His Name
Blessed be, in His name

'Yâ-hwuah be with you.'

and they answered him,
'Yâ-hwuah bless you.' "

Be not blind...
compassion [on them], and touched their eyes: and
immediately their eyes received sight, and they followed
him.
His servan...
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  1. 1. Zekeniam Y’sra’al Sherut haRitztzuy (the ministry of reconciliation) by whom we have now received the ( Atonement) Reconciliation of the Dvar HaRitztzuy Let this day be a day of reconciliation and regeneration [“EHYEH ASHER EHYEH”] ( HaYaH (He was), Howeh (He is), and Yihyeh (He will be). I AM
  2. 2. My Memorial for generation after generation.” Shemot 3:13-16 This is MY NAME forever, Yâ-hwuah, Aluahiym of your father’s Abraham, Yitzchak [Isaac], and Ya’aqob [Jacob], has sent me to you. This is my name forever, and this is my memorial for generation to generation." and I appeared to Abraham, to Yitzchak, and to Ya’aqob as hashadday [the almighty]. and my name, Yâhwuah, was not well known (famous) to them. The ministry of reconciliation Message of Reconciliation Torah sh’Bichtav (Written Torah)
  3. 3. Who hath ears to hear, let him hear? “Sola Scriptura” (the Scriptures alone is authoritative for faith) (in His Name) [Yah -hoo-Wah] is the Name of the Creator. (Yâhuwshúa`) is His Son [Al-u-heem - ALHYM] means "Mighty Ones“ or "Power" means Set-apart, Pure. (Qodesh) also means "Set-apart"
  4. 4. Ruwach (Spirit) is the Ibry (Hebrew) name for His "Presence", pictured as the Counselor, Helper, and Advocate, the One Who "proceeds from the Father" Tehillim 27:5 For in the day of trouble He will keep me secretly in His booth. In the covering of His Tent He will hide me. On a Rock He raises me up. is for you too! Scripture speaks of a secret place where we can simply go, be alone, be protected, pray, and hear from Yâhuwshúa`. Knowing there is such a place is a matter of faith. Going back time and again, that's a matter of building a
  5. 5. relationship. You need not have an advanced degree in any subject, need not have memorized Scripture from beginning to end, but instead be aware the Yâ-hwuah of Y’sra’al has a place for each Jew and Gentile who will open their minds and hearts to Him. Mt 6:5-8 When you pray, you shall not be as the role-fakers, for they love to stand and pray in the synagogues and in the corners of the streets, that they may be seen by men. Most certainly, I tell you, they have received their reward. But you, when you pray, enter into your inner chamber, and having shut your door, pray to your Father Who is in secret, and your Father Who sees in secret shall reward you openly. In praying, don’t use vain repetitions, as the Gentiles do; for they think that they shall be heard for their much speaking. Therefore don’t be like them, don't you see that your Father knows what things you need before you ask Him. The truth in reality is visited in this secret place AND must be shared by those who will live or else ... they will perish ... in darkness. It is written
  6. 6. Lu 11:33 “No one, when he has lit a Lamp, puts it in a cellar or under a basket, but on a stand, that those who come in may see the Light. Tehillim. 119:105 Your Word is a Lamp to my feet, and a Light (aur) for my path. The lamp of the body is the eye. Therefore when your eye is good, your whole body is also full of Light; but when it is evil, your body also is full of darkness. Therefore see whether the light that is in you isn’t darkness. If therefore your whole body is full of Light, having no part dark, it shall be wholly full of Light, as when the Lamp with its bright shining gives you Light.” With this in mind, heart soul and strength let us study together in the Ruwach
  7. 7. And now brothers and sisters Come out of the secret place bearing light! who see it from afar. The Secret Place, here, shines a bit of light so many can see from afar. The topics we have chosen are addressed to Jew and Gentile together. We do this because that is what the Bible does. This opens the window to make more sense of what Scripture tells us! In the secret place is plain language, something simple to read. This is a mere starting place for deeper consideration. He said, B'Rayshiyth 32:28
  8. 8. He said, “Your name will no longer be called Ya'aqob, but Ysra'al; for you have wrestled with Aluahiym and with men, and have prevailed.” No longer: when you live up to it, that is. Y’sra’al means "Striving (persistently exerting oneself) with Aluahiym" or "One who has overcome and become a prince with Aluahiym". Prevailed: conquered or become able (i.e., to be a prince of a new nation). The confession was the prevailing, just as Gid’on’s action, though done in fear, was recognized by Ya-hwuah as strength. Judg. 6:14 Ya-hwuah looked at him, and said, “Go in this your might, and save Ysra'al from the hand of Midyan. Haven’t I sent you?” He was no longer fooling himself as to who he was. ("If we judge ourselves rightly, we would not need to be judged. 1 Cor. 11:31 For if we withdrew ourselves, we would not be judged!
  9. 9. There was now an entity called "Y’sra’al", the one big exception to the rule that "under the sun, all is vanity". He allowed to be born in him a direction and goal for history. The undoing of the shattering of creation by Adam's sin took another major leap forward. The struggle was fruitful because he learned from it. What would have otherwise been bitter instead fed back into him as something that energized him, because he pressed on through it. Those who now recognize that they are Y’sra’äl have the responsibility to take up this struggle, and to keep pushing forward even when everything says to let go. He refuses to let go until he gets the clarification he needs. There is an element of struggling even with Aluahiym (and there is a price to pay for this, as B'Rayshiyth 32:29 Ya'aqob asked Him, “Now You divulge Your Name, please .But He said, “Why do you [still need to] ask about My Name?” He blessed him there. He needed answers, and he could not get them if he did not ask the right questions. Manowach, the father of Shimshon (Samson), also asked this question of Yâ-hwuah’s messenger, and received the same answer, with the added detail, "Because it is beyond your comprehension".
  10. 10. Shophetim 13:15 But when the children of Ysra'al cried to Ya-hwuah, Yahwuah raised them up a savior, Ehuwd the son of Gera, the Binyamite, a man left-handed. The children of Ysra'al sent tribute by him to Eglown the king of Mow'ab. Descendant of the Y’minite: an alternate way to say Benyamite. If so, he was one of the 700 select left-handers who could sling a stone at a hair and not miss. (20:16) How ironic that Y’minite means “right-handed”! It is by “his hand” that the tribute is sent. Pay attention to his hands! Restricted: possibly not dysfunctional. Their method was to bind the right hand (tie it behind their backs?) to force themselves to become ambidextrous, an advantage in a region where cities were so designed that only left-handed archers could fire upon the city from a chariot because of the angle of the approach to the city gate. The king would think he was weak, and therefore no threat. Shophetim 13:16 Ehud made him a sword which had two edges, a cubit in length (Gomed); and he girded it under his clothing on his right thigh.
  11. 11. Gomed: half a cubit, 9 to 10 inches in length. The double edge would come to a point, ideal for stabbing. Right thigh: Normally one would lift the left side of his outer garment to show he was carrying no concealed weapon, as it was assumed one would grasp it with the right hand; this way he could do so without revealing his weapon. No one would expect him to have a sword; conquerors controlled Y’sra’äl by disarming them, so he had to make one himself. Shophetim13:17 He offered the tribute to Eglown king of Mow'ab: now Eglown was a very fat man. Ya-hwuah had strengthened him (v. 12), but also formed him with a weak spot. The clue is in the word for “tribute”: it is minkhah, the same word used for one of the meat offerings in the Temple, on which Eli’s sons had made themselves fat (1 Shm.2:29). He had a “weakness” for meat; Ehud exploited it to get Y’sra’äl out from under his grip. Shophetim 13:18 When he had made an end of offering the tribute, he sent away the people who bore the tribute. As in the Temple, those who bring the offering are different from those who present it to Ya-hwuah (or, bring it near—
  12. 12. the same word used here for “present”). In his ruse, it is as if Ehud is acting as the “priest” in the worship of Eglon--this “great calf”. After all, Y’sra’al did have a penchant for worshipping calves! Even Ya-hwuah is a name for only that part of His infinitude that He can reveal to us. There is more to Him that we cannot know, and indeed, all that we know is "in part" (1 Cor. 13), that is, by partitioning and distinguishing things from one another. However, Ya-hwuah is "echad"-one, unified, indivisible, the "all in all", so how can His truest name be known? But He does reveal Himself by His attributes and in the fullest sense possible. Tehillim 139 ties several aspects of this together: When Yâ-hwuah’s hand was laid on him, David said that the way Ya-hwuah knew him was beyond his understanding--or too wonderful for him. Even if he descended into She'ol (the place of the dead), He was somehow there! But the word she'ol is based on the word "to ask". Yaaqov battled his evil inclination, but that too could have positive results if he, unlike Qayin, mastered it. It is there for us to inquire what it is there for, but not to participate in; to learn from, but not to serve. We should be glad it is within us to drive us toward being our best by the knowledge of what we could otherwise be. Thus the messenger from Ya-hwuah reveals to us who we really are-and that messenger could be anyone. The last time he encountered messengers of Ya-hwuah, he was leaving
  13. 13. Kanaan. Now he has seen them again (vv. 1-2), but this time they are not at the House of Aluahiym, so he reasons that this must be His camp. But he does not refer to the “Place” as Aluahiym’s home, but “this”--the very people who are traveling with him: his descendants and his servants. This camp is will lead to the much larger camp of his descendants in the wilderness under Moshe and Aharon— also messengers of Aluahiym. There is more to his vision than he realized. Without this camp there will be no messengers of Ya-hwuah at the House of Aluahiym. It is his responsibility to look at the seeds and see the trees, and see to it that the vision comes to fullness. What he does now will affect the unseen camp that is to come. Hoshea 12:2-4 Contend with your mother! Contend, for she is not My wife, neither am I her Husband (Man); and let her put away her prostitution from her face, and her adulteries from between her breasts; Lest I strip her naked, and make her bare as in the day that she was born, and make her like a wilderness, and set her like a dry land, and kill her with thirst. Indeed, on her children I will have no compassion; for they are children of harlotries;
  14. 14. but even Moshe argued with Ya-hwuah and He changed His mind, so the blessing that comes with this prevailing outweighs the costs). Being named Y’sra’al does not eradicate Yaaqov, but gives him a new dimension—an understanding that he is part of an entity larger than himself. When we look at him in light of his children, he is Y’sra’al. He no longer takes the pat answers. He is the grandson of Avraham, and is struggling with who he is. He has been told of this invisible Aluahiym and is trying to get back to Him. He is taking responsibility for this inheritance that Ya-hwuah said was for Avraham’s descendants. But he can only receive it if he is part of an “us”. And he has recognized that he even has to reckon with Esau to get there, because Esau is called his “twin”, which means “one that brings completion”. So somehow they complete each other. They are not so different after all. Yaaqov is more learned, so he has an advantage, but thinking we are better than others (like those who count on an afterlife over which we really have no control) gives us a false confidence. In Hebrew “face” is a plural word, not just because we can express many different emotions, but because everyone has many sides that come out only under certain circumstances. Sometimes we still need the Yaaqov and Esau in us as well as the Y’sra’al. The patriarchs were real people, not perfect legends. They went through great difficulties and sometimes failed, but ultimately overcame. Struggle with
  15. 15. what is greater than you. Wrestle with who you really are, and at least you will have some input in who you turn out to be. …. the yod carries the sound "ah" - then the ayin gives the next ah sound + the qob-bet = Ya’aqob = this name comes from the word B'Rayshiyth 3:15 I will create hatred between you and the woman, and between your seed and her Seed. He will bruise your head though you will you will bruise His heel.
  16. 16. And hostility I sat down between you and the woman and between your seed and her seed, he will fall upon you a head and you will fall upon him a heel. [And enmity I will put between you and between the woman and between your seed and between her seed, (s)he Ani huwe he, self, the same, this, that, as, are Strongs #1932: ; (Aramaic) or (feminine) [hiyo]; (Aramaic), corresponding to [huw' ] Meaning: he, she, it [“EHYEH ASHER EHYEH”]
  17. 17. ( HaYaH (He was), Howeh (He is), and Yihyeh (He will be). AV translations: [idiom] are, it, this. will crush your head while you will strike at the heel.] Huwshua 12:3 In the womb he took his brother by the heel; and in his manhood he contended with Aluah. Huwshua 12:4 Indeed, he struggled with the Messenger, and prevailed; he wept, and made supplication to Him. He found Him at Bayith 'Al, and there He spoke with Him, By treating his brother badly, as necessary as it may have been at that time to preserve the integrity of Yitzhak’s household, and by fighting the will of Ya-hwuah Himself, Yaaqov incurred consequences that Yahuwdah, by identifying with Yaaqov, is now responsible to deal with. (By taking on the name Y’sra’al again, we also need to know what we are getting into. The deceptiveness and arrogance that we share with Yaaqov must eventually be dealt with. The blessing that came from all of this far outweighs the
  18. 18. issues we have to answer for- Moshe also argued with Yahwuah and made Him change His mind, with positive results, but we still have his limp, which reminds us that our walk is not perfect.) Us: Aluahiym as both the messenger and the One who sent Him: Huwshua 12:5 Even Yâ-hwuah, the Aluah Master of Armies; Yâ-hwuah is His Remembrance! Huwshua 12:6 Therefore turn to your Aluah. Keep kindness and justice, and wait continually for your Aluah. Right legal rulings: or justice/judgment, i.e., not getting away with what we should not. As with Zakkai (Luke 19), our salvation must include a return to these. Eager expectation: at root, the term means “binding together”— of ourselves as members of His one body, and of justice and mercy, the opposite sides that work together when in true balance: Huwshua 12:7
  19. 19. Ya'aqob is a cunning Kena'aniy; misleading balances are in his hand. He loves to oppress by extortion. Misleading balances: false scales or deceitful measures. The justice of v. 6 is diametrically opposed to the condition Yaaqov was in. Only unto Aluahiym is my being silent, from Him is my deliverance. He alone is my Rock and my deliverance my fortress I will never be greatly shaken. How long will you assail a man, would all of you throw him down, Like a leaning wall, like a tottering fence? They fully intend to throw him down from his lofty place. They delight in lies. They bless with their mouth, but they curse inwardly .Selah. My being, wait in silence for Aluahiym alone, for my expectation is from Him. He alone is my Rock and my deliverance, my fortress. I will not be shaken. With Aluahiym is my deliverance and my splendor. The Rock of my strength, and my refuge, is in Aluahiym. Trust in Him at all times, you people. Pour out your heart before Him. Aluahiym is a refuge for us. Selah. Surely men of low degree are just a breath, and men of high degree are a lie. In the balances they will go up. They are together lighter than a breath. Don’t trust in oppression. Don’t become vain in robbery. If riches increase, don’t set your heart on them.
  20. 20. Aluahiym has spoken once; twice I have heard this that Power belongs to Aluahiym. Also to You, Ties trusting in oppression to get us our wealth with going up on the scales—that is, being outweighed even by worthless things. In our day we must look at the church as well as rabbinic Judaism to see what this means. Weigh things by the wrong measures, defining wrongly what the true wealth is Rev. 3:17-20, Because you say: ‘I am wealthy, so I have grown rich and I have no need of anything!’ Yet you do not discern that you are the one enduring trial, and pitiable, and poor and blind and naked; I advise you to buy from Me gold (1 ’Âthâ´m and Chauwâ´h 31: 2)]
  21. 21. For I will come and save you; and kings shall bring Me when in the flesh, gold, incense and myrrh; gold as a token of My kingdom; incense as a token of My mighty Power; and myrrh as a token of My suffering and of My death. purified by fire in order that you may be rich, and white garments [righteousness (19: 8)] in order that you might be clothed so the shame of your nakedness might not be displayed, and to anoint your eyes with eye-salve that you may see! If I, as many as I brotherly love, I rebuke and discipline, then you be fervent and repent!’ I stand at the door and knock; if anyone might heed Me [lit. hear My voice] and might open the door, then I will enter and I will dine with him, and he with Me. and thus deceiving themselves into being able to claim what is not really true: Heel: aqeb, which can also mean "rear guard of the troops", reminding us of Amaleq, who attacked those in the rear who were weak or slack. Shemot 17:8 Then Amalek came and fought with Ysra'al in Rephidim.
  22. 22. The myth of Achilles' heel probably originated from a memory of this promise. Ya'aqob’s name is also based on this word for “heel”. In crucifixion, one's heel was literally worn away as he pushed himself up to breathe. The theme of the serpent's seed is picked up again in MattithYahuw 3:7 But having seen many of the Phrushíym and Tsthuwqíym coming to his immersion, he said to them, „Offspring of vipers, who forewarned you to flee from the heat of the coming wrath? Phrushíym or Pharisees, the most influential religious sect of the day. They were the lay successors of the Hasidim, or "loyal ones", who rigorously applied the Torah to all of life. They accepted the Oral Torah as Yâ-hwuah’s Word, and so added many fences to the written Torah, but tried to keep them practicable. Their name means "separated ones", as they would not eat with someone who did not tithe. Their rival sects ceased to be viable after the Temple's destruction, so their interpretation of the Torah prevailed and developed, via the Talmud, into the Judaism of today. Tz'duqim [or Sadducees]: arch-rivals of the Phrushíym, who recognized only the five books of Moshe as scripture, and did not believe in anything supernatural unless they found a direct reference to it in the Torah. Some discounted even the
  23. 23. resurrection of the dead. Miqveh: ritual immersion site. Who warned you: i.e., This is a Sacred act; were you invited? Wrath: Heb, heat of anger. (v. and Yahuwchanan 8:44. You-all are of your father, the Accuser, and you want to do the desires of your father. He was a murderer from the beginning, and doesn’t stand in the Truth, because there is no Truth in him. When he speaks the Lie, he speaks from his own kind; for he is a liar, and its father. Yâhuwchânâ´n 13:18. I do not speak about all of you. I know those whom I did choose. Nevertheless in order that the scripture might be fulfilled, “the one eating My bread, he lifted his heel against Me.’” Tehillim 41: 9 From this time I tell it to you, before it comes to pass, in order that when it may come to pass, ye may believe that ’É-hyéh (I shall always continue being).
  24. 24. Yshá`Yâhuw 42: 8-9 I am Yâ-hwuah, that is My name, and My Honor I shall not give to another, nor My praise to the carved images! Look! The first things have come to pass; yet I am reporting the new things before they spring up, I proclaim them to you:” ’Âmë´n, ’âmë´n, (certainly) I say to you, the one who accepts whomever I shall send, receives Me; and he who accepts Me, receives Him Who sent Me.” To the Romans 10: 14-15 How then will those who have not trusted it [the name] call on Him? And how shall they have trusted it when they did not listen? And how shall they have heard it without a preacher? And how shall they proclaim it unless they were sent? According as it has been written, “… [And continually My name is being reviled all day long! Therefore, My people shall know My name, for it is on that Day (you shall be redeemed), Because I am He that is dictating it Here I am!]
  25. 25. How befitting on the mountains are the feet [of Tsiyyówn Yshá`Yâhuw 40: 9 Climb up on the high mountain, O herald of the glad tidings of Tsiyyówn! Raise your voice in the shout, O herald of the glad tidings of Yruwshâláim! Lift it up – have no fear! Say to the towns of Yâhuwthâ´h: of the bearers of glad tidings: the one proclaiming shâlówm (peace, reconciliation, completeness); the one bringing Glad Tidings of goodness: [the one proclaiming deliverance, who says to Tsiyyówn, “Your Mighty Ones reigns !”” Yshá`Yâhuw 52: 5-7, So now, who is for Me here?” Declares Yâ-hwuah, “Because My people have been taken into captivity for nothing, and
  26. 26. their authorities mock, ”Declares Yâ-hwuah, “and continually all day long My name is being reviled!Therefore My people shall know My name, for it is on that Day [that you shall be redeemed (v.3)] because I am He that is dictating it, here I am!”How befitting on the mountains are the feet of the bearer of good news, the One proclaiming shâlówm (peace, reconciliation, completeness): the bearer of good news is Goodness, the One proclaiming deliverance, saying to Tsiyyówn, 1 Këph 1: 24-25 Which is why: All, of the flesh, are herbage; and all of its beauty like a flower of the field! Herbs wither, flowers fall, [because the spirit of Yâ-hwuah, it blows on it – definitely the people are herbage. Herbs wither, flowers fall,]But the Word of our mighty Ones is established forever!” But this is the message the glad tidings announced unto you: [Yshá`Yâhuw 40: 6-8] A voice is saying, ‘Proclaim! ’So I said, “What shall I proclaim?” “All, of the flesh are herbage; and all of its beauty like a flower of the field! Herbs wither, flowers fall, because the spirit of Yâ-hwuah, it blows on it – evidently the people are herbage. Herbs wither, flowers fall, but the Word of our mighty Ones is established forever!”
  27. 27. The serpent's seed almost crowded out the human, but Aluahiym preserved it Bareshiyth. 6:4, The Nephilim [giants/tyrants/bullies] were in the earth in those days, and also after that, when Aluahiym’s sons came in to men’s daughters. They bore children to them. Those were the mighty men which are from a distant time, men of title. Nefilim: fallen ones; LXX, "earth-born", which is similar to the word for “giants” and thus some have interpreted it this way. Were they the unnatural hybrid offspring of the unions in v. 2, to which multiple ancient cultures seem to refer in their stories of the demi-gods? Champions: these may have been the "people" capable of building such colossal monuments as Stonehenge, the Great Pyramid, and the Easter Island statues. Their sires may be those to which Yahuwdah 6 refers as the messengers who "left their proper estate and went after strange flesh". This is probably why Aluahiym considered the whole earth corrupt. (6:11; compare Lev. 18:25) Yâhuwshúa` spoke of fugitive spirits seeking embodiment until "the time" set for their judgment. (Mat. 8:29; 12:43) Worship of "the gods" is forbidden not because they do not exist, but because they are not our creators, though some demonic overlords are
  28. 28. apparently given jurisdiction over those who will not deal directly with the "Aluahiym of Aluahiym" (cf. Daniel 10:13, 20). If this is at all what Yâhuwshúa` was referring to when he said “As it was in the days of Noah”, it would be just before he returns (Luk. 17:26), it should make us sober to hear reports of humans being contacted by "alien" creatures who claim to hold the key to "the next step in our evolution", when they are sexually probed by these “space brothers”. Afterwards: The Nefilim show up again in Num. 13:32 and Deut. 3:11 in the Land of Kana'an, unless the fearful spies were exaggerating. If they were indeed very large, how could this have resulted from two human lines being mixed? Science actually shows that when a gene pool is closed, there is a negative effect on those born from it, contrary to Hitler’s philosophy. We have seen examples of inbreeding, and the children that result are less intelligent and less well-formed. So introducing a different strand into the genetic mix does tend to produce stronger and smarter people. But if they were earth-born, from what had they fallen? It is not necessary to interpret the Nefilim as themselves being these great heroes, for the text only says they were present at the same time. Could they have been messengers that fell with Heylel (Lucifer) prior to this creation, and who came with the same intent as the serpent—to encourage the corruption of this new creation So which is being talked about here? A Hebraic outlook can
  29. 29. accept all of these levels of interpretation as possible, because they would all teach us the same lesson—that YaHuWaH does not want us unequally yoked. All of the ways to interpret should be in our toolbox in case we need them later. All of the options have to do with seed. What it all comes down to is that Ya-hwuah does not want His people partaking of those who worship other Aluahiym. He wants His people separated from the other lines. (Ex. 34:14ff) This does not mean “racially” as we think of it today (which is really an erroneous concept since all people now alive stem from Noah, as seen in the coming chapters. There have always been people of other nations who married into Ysra'al and became part of Ysra'al. The intermarriage Ya-hwuah does not want is with those who do not give up their pagan ways. This confuses the children. NekhemYahuw got so angry when some Jews had children who were speaking the languages of their other parents and no longer knew Hebrew that he pulled out their hair, hit them, and cursed them! (Nkh. 13:23ff) It does not protect the seed, but results in their turning away from Yâ-hwuah. (Deut. 7:2-4) We cannot be part of the peoples around us if we are to be people of Torah. That is what we are separated unto. In a previous return to Torah, those who had taken pagan wives had to divorce them as well as sending their children away. (Ezra 9; Nekhemyah 10:28ff) This should show us how seriously Ya-hwuah takes the sin of marrying
  30. 30. those outside of His covenant. Even King Shlomo, who Yahwuah loved, was corrupted by pagan wives, and this influence continued throughout the history of both Houses of Ysra'al. We need to reverse this tide as we return this time. Men of renown: Everyone knows of their fame, but because they are not completely for Ya-hwuah, they are not counted as being for Him at all. Today, much of Ysra'al is in the same situation. Because we have mixed paganism into our worship, or made compromises in other areas, there are power and politics involved in the motivations of the leaders everyone looks up to, Ya-hwuah counts the resulting religious climate as evil. Bareshiyth. 6: 9 This is the genealogy of Noah. Noah was a righteous man, had remained without blemish in his generation. Noah walked with Aluahiym. , Without blemish: But in the context of the possible attempt by evil spirits to pollute the human gene pool and so prevent a truly human Mashiyach from being born to break the curse Adam had brought on his race, this being “without blemish” may mean Noah was one of only a few left who were completely human in pedigree, explaining why Aluahiym had to go to such an extreme measure to preserve the pure human stock. The root word for
  31. 31. "generation" is "cycle" or "revolution", and this suggests that Noah was in tune with YaHuWaH's calendar, in which lies the story of Yâhuwshúa` and a proper understanding of Who He is. Having walked in these cycles for 600 years, he would have come to a high degree of maturity. Walked with the Aluahiym: Just what Adam had done before he sinned, and what Hanokh had done. In the account of Noah, we see the repetition of many aspects of creation. The seed normally comes from the male, but if the Gospel accounts as we now have them are still correct, Mashiyach did not have the seed of man in him. Geneticists have found that the reproductive cells carried by women are actually immortal until they are "poisoned" at fertilization by something carried by the sperm. Arthur Custance suggested that this may be due to a mutation acquired from the forbidden fruit itself which affects both genders but is carried only by the male. By being the "seed of woman" apart from a man, the Mashiyach could be free from this, and thereby be back on the same footing as Adam had until he became righteous instead of merely innocent by passing the same tests Adam failed. When haSatan the usurper was allowed to kill this Second Man, he lost his legal rights to earth, for he had become a murderer by killing one who had no sentence of death on him, since he had not sinned. Thus the legal deed to the earth could be given back to a Man. Thus, as Adam’s sin put us all on the wrong footing,
  32. 32. Mashiyach’s obedience can set us back on the road to recovery. 1 Yahuwchanan 3:9; Everyone having been procreated from Yâ-hwuah does not perform sin, because His Seed [Yâhuwshúa`, the Word of Yâ-hwuah - Luwqá’ 8: 11] stays within him; and he is not willing to sin, because he has been procreated from Yâhwuah. Yshá`Yâhuw 53:10, Yet Yâ-hwuah, He was pleased to crush Him, He caused Him to grieve! Although You did appoint His [physical] life an offering for sin, He shall see Seed; He shall continue long days, and the pleasure of Yâ-hwuah He shall advance by His Hand. Pleased to: or "was inclined to", as in a difficult choice in which the scales were tilted by one factor--the results this pain would have for others. Crush: as there are shouts of joy when crushing grapes. Though there is no record of Yâhuwshúa`'s being physically crushed, in the place known indeed as Gat Shmaney (wine press for oils), Yâhuwshúa`'s soul was crushed to the point of his blood vessels bursting
  33. 33. by the weight of the prospect of being forsaken by his Father. (Luk. 22:44) See posterity: have descendants. Lengthen days: not just his own, but through his influence he would keep the world from having to be destroyed again as soon. Advance: be brought successfully, prosper, progress. Yshá`Yâhuw 55: 11 Thus has always been and continues to be My Word that goes forth from My mouth – He shall not turn back towards Me emptily, because if He achieves what I am pleased to do , yet shall He will achieve the purpose for which I dispatched Him. Will not return: Aramaic, "it is not possible for it to return". To Miykhâ’Ë´l likewise Yâ-hwuah said: “Go and announce to Shemiychâzâ´h and to the others who are with him who have been associated with women and who polluted themselves with them in their impurity, (12) that their sons shall be slain and they shall see the perdition of their beloved. Bind them for seventy generations [14007000 (80 years per generation)] underneath the earth, even to the great Day of their [their beloved’s ] Judgment [7th trumpet (89: 29-32)],
  34. 34. Yshá`Yâhuw 53:11; Due to the toil of His [physical] life, He shall see it [Seed (v.10)], of Light He shall be completely filled! By the acknowledgment of Him, My Servant shall justify the righteous; for the Many Ones and their perversities, it is He Who shall bear it. Struggle: wearisome labor, trouble, grief. Fully satisfied: or fulfilled. For the many: the same term refers to the people of Israel in Daniel 9:27, and indeed Yahshua would "justify" or "bring righteous-ness" for the many, setting them straight again and making them what they were meant to be. Romans 8:29; Because those whom He knew from the First, He also preappointed to be conformed to the image of His Son, for Him to be Firstborn among many brothers. Heb. 2:10 For it was appropriate for Him by Whose hand all things exist, Who is leading many sons through all things unto
  35. 35. Honor, to make the Leader of their deliverance accomplished through sufferings. Understanding his name A "formed" point: a crown above and a "pathway" below. The smallest of the letters; The only letter suspended in midair. The letter yud, a small suspended point, reveals the spark of essential good hidden within the letter tet. Subsequent to the initial tzimtzum, the contraction of Yâ-hwuah's Infinite light in order to make "place" for Creation, there remained within the empty void a single, potential point or "impression." The secret of this point is the power of the Infinite to contain finite phenomena within Himself and express them to apparent external reality. Finite manifestation begins from a zero-dimensional point, thereafter developing into a one-dimensional line and twodimensional surface. This is alluded to in the full spelling of the letter yud ( ): "point" (yud), "line" (vav),
  36. 36. "surface" (dalet). These three stages correspond in Kabbalah to: "point" (nekudah), "spectrum" (sefirah), "figure" (partzuf). The initial point, the essential power of the yud, is the "little that holds much." The "much" refers to the simple Infinity of Yâ-hwuah hidden within the initial point of revelation, which reflects itself as the Infinite potential of the point to develop and express itself in all the manifold finite phenomena of time and space. Before the tzimtzum, the power of limitation was hidden, latent within Yâ-hwuah's Infinite Essence. Following the tzimtzum, this power of limitation became revealed, and paradoxically the Infinite Essence of Yâ-hwuah that originally "hid" the power of limitation now Itself became hidden (not in truth, but only from our limited human perspective) within the point of contracted light. From within this point of limitation is revealed the secret of the ten sefirot, the Divine channels of light through which Yâ-hwuah continually brings His world into being. Ten, the numerical value of the yud, is also the number of commandments (literally "statements") revealed by Yâhwuah to His People Y’sra’al at Sinai. All the commandments, and in fact every letter of Torah, possess the power of the "little that holds much"; each is a channel
  37. 37. for the revelation of Yâ-hwuah's Infinite Light in finite reality. "It [the land of Y’sra’al] is the land which Yâ-hwuah your Yâ-hwuah seeks; the eyes of Yâ-hwuah your Yâ-hwuah are always [looking] at it, from the beginning of the year to the end of the year." The yearly cycle, from beginning to end ("end enwedged in beginning"), alludes to "the endless cycle," the secret of the letter samech, as explained above. Divine Providence, the "eyes" of Yâ-hwuah in control of the cycle, is the secret of the following letter, ayin which means "eye." Though the primary revelation of supernatural Providence is in the Land of Y’sra’al, the Jew-in-exile is commanded to create something of its sanctity in each of his Diaspora stations by recognizing Divine Providence wherever he is. Upon entering the Land of Y’sra’al, the second city to be conquered by Yahuwshua was Ai, spelled ayin-yud, an abbreviated form of ayin (ayin-yud-nun, the nun falls) "the Eye." Yericho , the first city to be conquered, comes from the Hebrew word reiach, the sense of smell. In Chassidut we are taught that the origin of the sense of smell is in keter,
  38. 38. the superconscious sensitivity directing the motivation of Will. The Hebrew word for "the land," eretz, derives from the word ratzon, "will," as our Sages teach: "Why is it called eretz? Because it wills to do the Will of its Creator." Sight is the first conscious sense, corresponding to the sefirah of chochmah, "wisdom." In the conquest of Yericho, Achan - related to the word ayin [the kaf of Achan equals in gematria the full spelling of the yud (yud-vav-dalet) of ayin, 20] - coveted forbidden booty. The tragic result was the initial defeat of Y’sra’al in the battle of "the Eye." Coveting is the spiritual blemish of the sight of the eye. Only when the sin of coveting was rectified was "the Eye" given to the Y’sra’ali People. Upon the initial defeat, Yahuwshua fell on his face in despair but was commanded by Yâ-hwuah: "Rise, sanctify the people.... There is an accursed thing in your midst, Y’sra’al; you shall not be able to rise before your enemies until you remove it from your midst." Yahuwshua was told to "rise" though the people were unable to "rise." This alludes to the secret of the two concentric circles of the letter samech: the outer, static circle supporting the fall of the nun, and the inner, dynamic circle directed, ultimately, by the Divine Providence of the ayin. The full spelling of the letter ayin equals 130 or 5 times 26, 26 being the value of the Name Havayah. In Kabbalah this
  39. 39. phenomenon is understood to mean that the eye possesses five Divine powers. The right eye possesses five states of kindness, whereas the left eye possesses five states of severity or might. In Tehillim we find two verses in relation to Yâhwuah's Providence over man. One verse states: " The other states: " The attribute of fear of Yâhwuah refers to the consciousness of the sefirah of malchut, "kingdom," likened to the woman of valor, Malchut is constructed and directed by the five "mights," the secret of the left eye of Yâ-hwuah. For this reason, in the verse "the Eye of Yâ-hwuah is on those who fear Him," "Eye" is in the singular, referring to the left eye alone. In the "male figure," corresponding to the six emotive attributes of the heart, Providence reflects the balance of both the five kindness together with the five might’s of Yâ-hwuah. So, in the verse Eyes" appear in the plural form, referring to both the right and left Eyes of Yâ-hwuah. We are further taught in Chassidut that the singular eye of the first verse possesses a hidden reference to the "ever-open eye" of keter, the superconscious. Here the singular is the
  40. 40. secret of "all right," as "there is no left in the Ancient One, all is right. In the Divine service of the soul these three levels of Providence correspond to the three stages of service: submission, separation, and sweetening, as taught by the Ba'al Shem Tov. All relate to his most fundamental and all inclusive teaching in regard to "particular Divine Providence." The initial experience that even the minutest of one's deeds is observed and recorded Above brings one to a state of submission and fear of the Kingdom of Heaven, whose Law and Order control the universe. One then experiences the Eyes of Yâ-hwuah lovingly watching over and guarding each one of his children Y’sra’al. This brings one to sense the existential separation of the Sacred from the profane, the righteous from the unrighteous, and to identify with the good. Finally one experiences the Infinite Eye of Yâ-hwuah directing every created being to its ultimate fulfillment of purpose in Creation, thereby bringing all Creation to realize its Divine Purpose. Here, one's awe itself is in the face of the revelation of Yâ-hwuah's
  41. 41. Infinite Love for all ("all is right"). This is the secret of sweetening. Two letters, a reish and a zayin, combine to form the letter kuf. The zayin, to the left, descends below the line, while the reish, to the right, hovers above it. The paradoxical union symbolized by the two components of the kuf is the secret of "There is none Sacred as Yâ-hwuah." In general, the kuf stands for kedushah, "Sacredness." The unique level of Sacredness inherent to Yâ-hwuah is expressed, in the words of the Zohar, as: "He is grasped within all worlds, yet none grasps Him." The descending zayin of the kuf symbolizes His being grasped in all worlds, permeating even realms of reality "below the line," i.e., worlds antithetical to those in whom Yâ-hwuah's Presence is revealed. The reish, Yâ-hwuah's ever-present transcendence, remains "separate" and Sacred (in Hebrew, "Sacred" means separate) in relation to His descending immanence. In the name of the letter tzadik, its initial reading, tzadi, "hunts" for fallen sparks. The Sacred spark, captured "below the line" in physical matter ("anti-matter," relative to that of spiritual realms) is the secret of the following letter,
  42. 42. the kuf, to which the tzadi connects to form the full, rectified name - tzadik. The tzadik is the eighteenth letter of the alef-beyt, the gematria of chai, "life," thus symbolizing the power to enliven the fallen sparks, as represented by the kuf. The kuf, the nineteenth letter, is the secret of "Eve" (Chavah = 19; in ordinal numbering, Adam equals 1 plus 4 plus 13 = 18 = chai), whose name also derives from the root meaning "life," as is said: ."..and Adam called the name of his wife Eve (Chavah) for she was the mother of all life." Nonetheless, of her is said: "her feet descend into death," for in the primordial sin of eating (the "sense" of the letter tzadik, as explained above) from the Tree of Knowledge, she was ultimately responsible for bringing death to the world. Even within the "broken" (dead) corpse, a spark of life remains hidden, awaiting the power of the tzadik, (chai, life) to reinforce its dormant potential of life and to resurrect the body to whom it belongs. As well as the hidden inner spark of life, a hovering, relatively transcendent "vapor" is present above every corpse or fallen, "dead," physical object. (The word for "vapor," hevel, is also the name Abel, the second son of Adam and Eve, who was killed by his older brother Cain. Hevel = 37 = 18 plus 19.) These two components of life present within the seeming state of death, correspond to the
  43. 43. two letters, the reish (the hovering vapor) and the zayin (the hidden spark), which compose the letter kuf. For this reason the kuf symbolizes in particular the reality of fallen sparks, as well as the paradox of the simultaneous omnipresence of Yâ-hwuah's transcendence and immanence. The innate Sacredness of each spark insures its ultimate redemption and elevation by the tzadik (i.e., souls of Ysra’al). The most fundamental significance in Torah of the number nineteen, the ordinal value of the kuf, is the nineteen-year cycle of the moon in relation to the sun, the basis of our Hebrew calendar. The moon represents the female figure, the secret of the sefirah ofmalchut ("kingdom"), personified by Eve (Chavah = 19, as above). The sun represents the male figure (the bestower of light, whereas the moon is the receiver of light), and in particular the sefirah of yesod ("foundation"; yesod = 80 = 8 · 10, chet times yud =chai), as personified by Adam. Just as explained in the secret of the form of the letter zayin, "the woman of valor" who is "the crown of her husband," when the letter kuf precedes the letter tzadik, the word keitz, the "end" of time, is formed. These hints at the verse: "...He has set an end [keitz] to darkness." The "end," the coming of Mâshíyach and the subsequent era of resurrection, is the ultimate revelation of the great light and energy latently present within the secret of the letter kuf.
  44. 44. The letter beyt, from the word "house," refers to Yâhwuah's house: The Midrash states that the Divine motivation for creation was that the Sacred One, Blessed Be He, desired a dwelling place in lower reality. The fulfillment of this desire begins with the creation of man, a Divine soul enclothed in a physical body, and proceeds with the multiplication of man, to "conquer" the whole world and make it the kingdom of Yâ-hwuah. The Torah precedes the detailed description of the Tabernacle and its vessels with the statement of its ultimate purpose: Not "in it," the Sages explain, but "in them"--in each and every Y’sra’alite. "Dwelling in them" is, in essence, the revelation of Divinity in the people of Y’sra’al, ever present but often "shadowed," as in the time of exile and destruction of the Temple. The innate sanctity of the people of Y’sra’al, the "sanctuary of Yâ-hwuah," when revealed and
  45. 45. linked to that of the land of Y’sra’al, causes the Sacred Land to expand and eventually encompass all the earth (lower reality): Beyt is numerically equal to the word "ta'avah," which means "desire" or "passion" (412). In general, "ta'avah" connotes a negative human property. However, in several places "ta'avah" denotes the positive passion of the tzadik, the righteous man. One passage in Proverbs states: "He will fulfill the passion of the tzadik," and a second says: "the passions of tzadikim are only good." The "ta'avah" of Yâ-hwuah, the "Tzadik of the world," is altogether above reason and logic. At this level one cannot ask "why." As expressed by Shneur Zalman of Liadi: "About passion, there can be no question." As Yâ-hwuah is the essence of good so His passion is "only good." "With whom did the Sacred One, Blessed be He, take counsel whether or not to create the world?
  46. 46. The "souls of the tzadikim" refers to all Y’sra’alite souls, as is said: "All your people are tzadikim." Yâ-hwuah's connotation as the "Tzadik of the world" refers to the absolute origin and unity of the Y’sra’alite soul in His very Essence. When the soul descends to be enclothed in the finite consciousness and experience of a seemingly mundane body, its task is to become the tzadik below in true emulation of its Source, the "Tzadik Above." This is accomplished through the refinement and purification of passion, ta'avah, to become "only good." The "Tzadik Above" dwells in the House built for Him by the tzadik below. Here, the deepest passion of the Creator reaches fulfillment. The large beyt, the first letter of the Torah and the beginning of Creation, expresses this ultimate purpose, as is said: The root of "bereishit," rosh, means "head." Thus the most "natural" permutation of bereishit reads: rosh bayit, "the head of the house." One permutation of the
  47. 47. letters rosh is osher, "happiness." When the tzadik draws Yâhwuah, the "Head," into His House, it becomes a house of true and eternal happiness. The drawing down of the "Head" to dwell in His "House" below, in true happiness, is the secret of bracha, "blessing," which begins with the letter beyt. Our Sages teach that the "big beyt" begins the Creation, and the Torah as a whole, with the power of blessing. Yâ-hwuah blesses His creation, which He creates with the attribute of lovingkindness, the attribute of Abraham, as will be explained in the letter hei. Abraham, the first Y’sra’alite soul, is subsequently entrusted with the Divine power of blessing, the "big beyt" of Creation, as is said: "And you shall be [the one who bestows] blessing." Afterwards, at the time of his circumcision, he was given the "small hei" of Creation, the power to draw down and manifest the Divine blessing of happiness in the smallest detail of reality. The Priestly Blessing is composed of three verses. The number of words progress in the order 3, 5, 7, with equal differences of two, beyt. The number of letters progress in the order: 15, 20, 25, with equal differences of five, hei. Words represent full, or large consciousness, whereas letters represent particular, or small consciousness. The power to bless "fullness" is the power of the beyt, as is said:
  48. 48. The power to draw down the blessing to the smallest detail of reality is that of hei. This service of Abraham, and all Y’sra’alite after him, leads to the fulfillment of the ultimate intention of Creation, the realization of Y’sra’al power of blessing, that the domain of the King (the "Head of the House") extend to encompass all reality and, thereby, bestow true happiness to all. TO BE Continued Y’sra’al
  49. 49. In His Name Blessed be, in His name 'Yâ-hwuah be with you.' and they answered him, 'Yâ-hwuah bless you.' " Be not blind to the truth And, hinnei, two blind men sitting by the way side, when they heard that Yâhuwshúa` passed by, cried out, saying, Have mercy on us, O Yâ-hwuah, [thou] Ben David. An Yâhuwshúa` stood still, and called them, and said, what will ye that I shall do unto you they say unto Him, Yâ-hwuah, that our eyes may be opened. So Yâhuwshúa` had
  50. 50. compassion [on them], and touched their eyes: and immediately their eyes received sight, and they followed him. His servant and yours Shalowm in Righteousness by the GRACE of Yâ-hwuah keiYAH nätzräya Remember me and pray for me that Yâ-hwuah will be gracious unto me and be merciful unto my sins which I have sinned against him. Peace be to them that read and that hear these things and to their servants: Amein and Amein Freely ye have received, freely give A rule necessary, and of great extent. A servant in the Gospel Vineyard, though worthy of his Comfortable support while in the work. Should never preach for hire, or make a secular traffic of the Raukh (spiritual work): what a scandal is it for a man to traffic with gifts which he pretends, at least, to have received from the Raukh HaQodesh, of which he is not the master, but the dispenser. He who preaches to get a living, or make a fortune, is guilty of the most infamous sacrilege

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