Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Provoking Divine Mercy

י"ט תמוז התשס"ח
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Dreaming Of Moshiach blogs in Provoking Divine Judgment:

Grand Rabbi Mayer Alter Horowitz Shilta, popularly known as the Bostoner Rebbe of Jerusalem, commented on the first despicable tractor terrorist attack in Yerushalayim and said that we are considered like "sheep to be slaughtered." The Rebbe Shlita hinted that the terrorist attack was a result of the abomination parade that caused desecration of Yerushalayim.

The shame parade took place in the Holy City Jerusalem June 26th. Six days after the abomination parade, we witnessed the first bulldozer terrorist act in the streets of Jerusalem, killing 3 people, HI'D and injuring dozens.

It's not always easy to see Divine Judgment, but this one can be very easily seen: TWENTY SIX (gematria YKV"K) days after the abomination parade inside the Holy City, the city of Dovid Hamelech [King David], on King David Street, the same street the abomination parade took place, the second horrific bulldozer terrorist driver attempted to murder Jews on King David St. wounding 23 people.

Indeed, I don't see Divine Judgment. I see Divine Mercy at work in this latest incident. Twenty-six days after the parade inside the Holy City, a second bulldozer attack failed to murder anyone like sheep at a slaughter. Instead, a bull was slaughtered by spear in my dream, twenty-six days after the Holy City parade.

Now, while the first bulldozer attack, as Dreaming of Moshiach points out, occurred six days after the parade and is therefore connected to the masculine letter vav (the bull and the channel from keter to FEMININE binah), the second bulldozer attack which occurred (YHVH) twenty-six days after the parade is connected to the feminine spear of my dream last night and the letter zayin (the spear and the channel from chochmah to FEMININE gevurah). Witness that. The feminine powers (binah and gevurah) defined and gave life to the two bulldozer events of opposite outcomes.

who can rescind it and who can return it

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