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Eikev - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Deuteronomy Chapter 7
... a consequence” and “the end.” Israel asked God when God would grant reward for the observance of commandments ... God replied that when people observe commandments, they enjoy some fruits now, but God will give them their full reward in the end, after death ... upon Edom I cast my shoe” in Psalms 6010 and 10810 to mean that God says that when Israel repents, then God will tread with God’s heel, so to ...
Holy Qurbana Of Addai And Mari - Structure of The Anaphora
... the Pre-Sanctus Thy majesty, o my Lord, thousand thousands of those on high bow down and worship and ten thousand times ten thousand holy angels and hosts of spiritual beings, ministers of fire and spirit, praise ... heavenly hosts we give thanks to thee, o my Lord, even we thy servants weak and frail and miserable, for that thou hast given us great grace past recompense ... which makes direct reference to the Body and Blood of Christ Do thou, o my Lord, in thy many and unspeakable mercies make a good and acceptable memorial for all the just and righteous fathers ...
Lech-Lecha - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Genesis Chapter 17
... Rabbi Judah contrasted the words “Noah walked with God” in Genesis 69 with God’s words to Abraham, “walk before Me,” in Genesis 171 ... Similarly, to Abraham, whose moral strength was great, God said, “Walk before Me.” But of Noah, whose strength was feeble, Genesis 69 says, “Noah walked with God.” Rabbi ... between me and you,” and in Genesis 1710, God explained that God’s covenant required that every male be circumcised ...
Thorn In The Flesh
... For this thing I besought the Lord thrice, that it might depart from me ... Three times I appealed to the Lord about this, that it would leave me, but he said to me, "My grace is sufficient for you, for power is made perfect in weakness." So ... of all round about them, that despised them and they shall know that I the Lord GOD ...
Bereishit (parsha) - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Genesis Chapter 3
... Hezekiah noted that in Genesis 33, Eve added to God’s words by telling the serpent that she was not even permitted to touch the tree ... Hezekiah deduced from this that one who adds to God’s words in fact subtracts from them ... was the first to speak slander in Genesis 34–5, God punished the Israelites by means of serpents in Numbers 216 when they spoke slander ...

Famous quotes containing the words god and/or lord:

    the heart
    slips backward,
    remembering, remembering,
    where the god had been
    as he beat his furious wings.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)

    But at the coming of the King of Heaven
    All’s set at six and seven:
    We wallow in our sin;
    Christ cannot finde a chamber in the inn.
    —Unknown. Yet if His Majesty, Our Sovereign Lord (l. 25–28)