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talk:should_we_change_sabbath_saturday [2014/04/02 19:54]
unclejed613
talk:should_we_change_sabbath_saturday [2018/07/29 01:22] (current)
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 Gen 1:1 Bereshet bara Elohim et hasamayim vaet ha-aretz. Gen 1:1 Bereshet bara Elohim et hasamayim vaet ha-aretz.
-The verse forms a verse (some even think of it as a menorah.... or in the english translation of Revelation, a "​candlestick"​) of seven words, with "​et"​ in the center. The "​et"​ is untranslated,​ but consists of two letters Aleph-Tav, the "First and the Last". Since "​et"​ consists of the first and last letters of the hebrew alphabet, one interpretation is that within the first verse of Genesis is contained the whole Word of God. It is interesting that John begins his Gospel with this reference, and again refers to it in Revelation (which has 22 chapters, the same number as the number of letters in the hebrew alphabet).+The verse forms a statement ​(some even think of it as a menorah.... or in the english translation of Revelation, a "​candlestick"​) of seven words, with "​et"​ in the center. The "​et"​ is untranslated,​ but consists of two letters Aleph-Tav, the "First and the Last". Since "​et"​ consists of the first and last letters of the hebrew alphabet, one interpretation is that within the first verse of Genesis is contained the whole Word of God. It is interesting that John begins his Gospel with this reference, and again refers to it in Revelation (which has 22 chapters, the same number as the number of letters in the hebrew alphabet).
  
 There are some sources that say that the "​servant lamp" (the center one.... where the "​et"​ is in Gen 1:1) was difficult to keep lit (the "​servant lamp" had always been lit before this (except during the Greek occupation) and was used to light the rest of the lamps) after the Passover that came about 40 years before Rome destroyed Jerusalem.... There are some sources that say that the "​servant lamp" (the center one.... where the "​et"​ is in Gen 1:1) was difficult to keep lit (the "​servant lamp" had always been lit before this (except during the Greek occupation) and was used to light the rest of the lamps) after the Passover that came about 40 years before Rome destroyed Jerusalem....
  
 I hope this helps.... You are by far not alone in reaching this conclusion that God never changed the Sabbath. ​ I hope this helps.... You are by far not alone in reaching this conclusion that God never changed the Sabbath. ​

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