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Shadow of the Almighty

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The author says that this sermon will surely go this way and that way and to bear the measure of the teaching of the shadows that are mentioned in the Scripture in order to make the days as shadow for the sake of Heaven and in order to establish in reason that one is like the shadow engraved and inscribed by Divine envisioning. Anyway, the shadow of doubt does not go back. For its hand is stretched out still to raise doubts and to say: Why did [the Midrash] not become roused to treat Job's statement, He cometh forth like a flower, and withereth; he fleeth also as a shadow, and continueth not? Qohelet intends to say that the truly good for man is righteousness of his soul which is the core of the essence indicated by his name.

Keywords: Almighty; divine envision; Midrash; righteousness; Scripture; shadow



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