Gerlinda (25 Jan 2012)
"Michael  Colunga's information and my questions"


 
Michael,  You are a very deep thinker and I always glean something from your contributions...not that I understand all of them.....because I don't.  The below message was "Deep".  I love the wit and ability of the Israeli Rabbis/Teachers to present a lesson.  The below one, I have to ask, "Are you referring to the paragraph I've copied and pasted here atop of yours to mean that God has adjusted to man's calculations?  Or should I say, "He, being omnipotent, knows his creation and therefore His time-line for this End Time prophecy is adjusted to what man understands or has manuevered?  And another question, is this Blessing of the Moon which is best right in the middle of the 7th and 14th day, meaning that the Catching Away of the Bride could, possibly happen 3 1/2 days after the New Moon?
 
Thank you much....hope you understand my attempt at putting together what I meant.
gerlinda 
  
The Kabbalah teaches that our consciousness is very important in the actions of the Mitzvoth that we do. When the new moon is declared by witness and a Bet Din (a court), the Kabbalah explains that in the spiritual worlds the cycle of the month adjusts to what man says. That means the physical moon will eventually adjust to the cycle that man is saying and effecting in the spiritual world. Does this truly matter? The answer is Yes
 
Three the Blesssing of the New moon which takes place anytime from the 7th day to the 14th day of the month.
 
 
Michael Colunga (24 Jan 2012)
"Parasha of Bo--don't be informed if you don't want to."

 
The 28th of January is Shevat 4. This Shabbat is when Israel celebrates the Parasha of Bo.
Here is some interesting reading. http://www.yeshshem.com/kabbalah-newsletter-shabbat-bo-5772.htm. This is timely because this year is 5772.
Don't be informed if you don't want to.
Maybe the Bride will have to wait forever, until she's fully awake!
Then again, maybe those who aren't awake are not part of the wedding party after all.
Then again, maybe we have a choice....
Baruch HaShem Yeshua,
Mike C.