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Tuesday, April 18, 2017


Shalom, Shalom. We continue our focus upon the Festival CHAG MATZAH by placing our ATTENTION on the INSTRUCTIONS given to the NAVI Moshe concerning the COMMEMORATION of the EVENT, it is written, “And on the fifteenth day of this month is the Festival of Matzos to HASHEM; you shall eat matzos for a seven day period. On the first day there shall be a holy convocation for you, you shall do no laborious work. You shall bring a fire-offering to HaShem for a seven-day period; on the seventh day shall be a holy convocation; you shall do no laborious work… You shall not eat bread or roasted kernels or plump kernels until this very day, until you bring the offering of your God; it is an eternal decree for your generations in all your dwelling places.” (Leviticus 23:6-8,14) These instructions disclose what is to be the demeanor of the Jewish People after the commemoration of PESACH which commences on the 14th day in the Jewish month NISAN. Yea, the 15th day of the month of NISAN is the commencement of the unfoldment of CHAG MATZAH

The CHAG is celebrated over a seven day period beginning with the observance of a holy convocation, no laborious work, the giving of an offering and the eating of MATZOT. This is to occur on the first day. The days following, laborious work is permitted and offerings are to be given each day. On the seventh day of the CELEBRATION, there is to be a holy convocation, no laborious work and after giving an offering, we may consume LEAVEN. This is the 8th day after PESACH.

The number eight SIGNIFIES a NEW BEGINNING. The importance of comprehending this has to do with putting ourselves in concert with the TIMING of ECHAD, yea, one can put a lot of energy in planting a GARDEN, but the SUCCESS thereof is dependent on TIMING. Planting out of SEASON will give rise to failure, although much energy is expended. The revelation of TIMING in these CHAGIM aids in both MOVEMENT and PROPHETIC INSIGHT into what ECHAD is doing.

PESACH marks the TIME of LIBERATION, CHAG MATZAH marks the TIME SUGGESTING that after LIBERATION, we are destined to endure the CRUCIBLE of HARDSHIP. The last day of CHAG MATZAH which is the 8th day from PESACH marks the END of the CRUCIBLE and the BEGINNING of the UNFOLDMENT of GREATNESS promised by ECHAD to the Jewish People.

Time is ECHAD’S MOVEMENT through SPACE in the UNIVERSE of BECOMING. The MOVEMENT of TIME THROUGH SPACE is UNDENIABLE. In other words, what ECHAD has decreed will come to pass. Thus the ESSENTIALITY of entering into ECHAD’S MOVEMENT THROUGH SPACE is directly connected to the UNFOLDMENT and INFOLDMENT occurring in the Universe of BECOMING. This suggests that SUCCESS in the Jewish People’s manifestation of GREATNESS is effected by the observance of the Festivals. In this season, AFFLICTION is predetermined to come to an END and the NEW BEGINNING of GREATNESS is commencing its INFOLDMENT.  

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