Sunday, August 26, 2007

Writers / Yazarlar:


Carlos Motta, Ditte Lyngkaer Pedersen, Lize Mogel, Jeuno J.E.Kim


Zevi Sabbatai

"A common rabbinic interpretation is that there is a potential messiah in every generation. The Talmud which often uses stories to make a moral point (aggadah) tells the tale of a highly respected rabbi who found the Messiah at the gates of Rome and asked him "When will you finally come?" He was quite surprised when he was told, "Today." Overjoyed and full of anticipation, the man waited all day. The next day he returned, disappointed and puzzled, and asked, "You said messiah would come 'today' but he didn't come! What happened?" The Messiah replied, 'Scripture says, "Today, if you will but hearken to His voice . . ."

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