- Frank Thomas Smith wrote:
"And we couldn't guess what a puzzle that white shawl would pose for
those who were with us later on the Mount of Olives. A white form of
light, an angel with a chalice full of consolation. Too much."
- Stephen H:
And the consolation would be one of soothing, loving
> words about how great thou art. I know. I experienced it!And what would your experience be, Stephen?
All good things,
- Hey Everyone,
Continuing on in my Exodus reading I came to a part of
the scripture where God wanted to kill Moses, but his
wife made a covenant with God with her sons flesh. I
am wondering if anyone has any thoughts on that? And
to note, wow, to note that it was God who originated
the idea of killing the first born amongst the non
jews, yet during Christ's time it was the Jews who
were so threatened. And if one looks at all the
supposed killings by God from the signs of horror he
brought upon the people it would seem there wouldn't
be any people to be so afflicted from what is being
said. I find it is in the number of inflictions we can
find the mystery.
Then I am coming to a part wherein we find that Moses
needed miracle after miracle sign to get people to
believe in God. Yet, Jesus needed none but the woman
at the well. I wonder if that is really what is so
appalling to the Jews: Jesus invited them all to the
table irregardless of birthrite amongst the physical
blood ties or that of being a Jew.
Funny how it is noted that Miryam is not only the
sister but also the mother according to some of the
jewish womens understandings. But I shall have to ask
my Rabbi. And how is it that the Pharoah would not
recognize his daughters son?
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