“Mercy and peace…the love of him who created us, who loved us from of old, and never hated us, but above all educated us.”

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Mercy and peace. I bear in mind, my brethren, the love of him who created us, who loved us from of old, and never hated us, but above all educated us. And truly I know that behold all we the twelve tribes are bound by one bond, inasmuch as we are born from one father.  BARUK SHENIY (2 BARUK) 78:3-4 את Cepher Publishing Group.

Sometimes prophecy has a greater fulfillment the second time around!

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“Again, moreover, EL ELYON also is longsuffering towards us here, and he has shown to us that which is to be and has not concealed from us what will befall in the end.” BARUK SHENIY (2 BARUK) 85:8 את Cepher Publishing Group.

For lo! when EL ELYON will bring to pass all these things, there shall not there be again a place of repentance, nor a limit to the times, nor a duration for the hours, nor a change of ways, nor place for prayer, nor sending of petitions, nor receiving of knowledge, nor giving of love, nor place of repentance for the soul, nor supplication for offences, nor intercession of the fathers, nor prayer of the prophets, nor help of the righteous. For there is the sentence of corruption, the way of fire, and the path which brings to She’ol. On this account there is one Torah by one, one age and an end for all who are in it. Then he will guard those whom he can forgive, and at the same time destroy those who are polluted with sins.”  BARUK SHENIY (2 BARUK) 85:12-15 את Cepher Publishing Group.

Wherefore I have been the more careful to leave you the words of this cepher before I die, that ye may be comforted regarding the evils which have come upon you, and that ye may be grieved also regarding the evil that has befallen your brethren; and again, also, that ye may justify his judgment which he has decreed against you that ye should be carried away captives for what ye have suffered is disproportioned to what ye have done in order that, at the last times, ye may be found worthy of your fathers. Therefore, if ye consider that ye have now suffered those things for your good, that ye may not finally be condemned and tormented, then ye will receive eternal hope; if above all ye destroy from your heart vain error, on account of which ye departed hence. For if ye so do these things, he will continually remember you, he who always promised on our behalf to those who were more excellent than we, that he will never forget or forsake us, but with much mercy will gather together again those who were dispersed.”  BARUK SHENIY (2 BARUK) 78:5-7 את Cepher Publishing Group.

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