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Satellite photo reveals Hebrew words written by the shadows of Bethel,
Israel mountain formations - as if calling out the Ultimate Plea from God.

What is the Ultimate Plea of HaShem?

This week’s Parashah (Bible Reading Program section) brings a timely and very enlightening response – if we will simply take heed.

Jacob, on his trip in the Bethel mountains, meets with … hold on tightly! … the Hebrew Scriptures clearly state “HaShem”, but we will settle for the common interpretation of ‘an Angel so as not to overturn the boat before we even consider the awesome Message of this portion.’

Gen. 28
The same Blessing as to his grandfather Avraham, defining his descendants to become spread across the Earth, innumerable as the dust of the Earth!

Gen. 28
This Blessing is also several times repeated to the other Patriarchs of His Nation. Some of these Scriptures define the recipients of this Blessing to include ‘the Goyim’ (other nations) - as our research of the Hebrew Scriptures and 50 English translation versions confirm in our article “The Blessing of Abraham”.

Now to our Parashat Vayeitzei overview for an astounding link-up of all what we have mentioned here, and explanations of the Message conveyed by the Mountains in the photo above where this encounter of Jacob with HaShem took place:

This week’s Parashah commentary

Parashat Va’yetzey (And he left) CLICK to read - expressing HaShem’s Ultimate Plan for Humanity and our share therein – as reflected in the Shadows casted by the Mountains of Bethel where Jacob had this Meeting with HaShem.

May these messages assist in promoting the Unity to advance and proceed the Final Redemption (Geulah} – the Time Period of which it seems that we are now entering towards the end of this 6th Millennium – the Time of Trouble, birth pangs of the Shabbat Millennium with all its Blessings …
Wishing you HaShem’s richest Blessings!

Co-founder, KOL HATOR Vision for the Restoration of the re-united 12-Tribed Kingdom of Israel

This Week’s Parashah in the Scvriptures:

Parashat Vayeitzei Genesis 28,10-32,3
Haftarah Vayeitzei Hosea 12,13-14,10
(Hosea 11,7-12,12)
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This week’s Parashat commentaries from the KOL HATOR library archive:
Parashat Vayeitzei commentary

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