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Iyowb 38:33 Know thou the ordinances of heaven? can thou set {Shin Vav Mem suwn verb ordain establish fix constitute appoint} the dominion {Mem Shin Tet Resh mishtar jurisdiction rule authority} in earth? Secretly tucked in dominion Mem Shin Tet Resh are these words Shin Tet Mem satam verb to hate , oppose, bear a grudge , cherish animosity Shin Tet set departure from right deeds that swerve , rebellion, revolter , that turn aside Resh Tet Shin ratash verb dash down, dash in pieces Shin Resh Tet sarat verb cut,to incise, to gash, to scratch, to tattoo Shin Tet Resh shoter scribe, official, overseer ,ruler,magistrate Shin Mem Resh shimmur night watch vigil observance Shin Mem Resh shemer something preserved , lees, dregs Shin Mem Resh verb shaman to hedge about, guard, protect,treasure, keep in memory Resh Mem Shin ramas verb creep,crawl, move lightly, glide swiftly,swarm, glide of water animals All these words connect and reveal something greater is at play. Hatred {satam Shin Tet Mem} and sin {set Shin Tet } are prevailing principalities in people of earth. Clearly earth isn't meant to be a permanent habitat. So what is the process to prepare us for our eternal home?

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I noticed that within the Tanach that the term אלהים (Elohim) always seems to follow the Tetragrammaton of the four-letter Hebrew word יהוה. It never seems to appear the other way around (except Psalm 68:27 and when it reads אל אלהים יהוה, see Psalm 50:1 or Joshua 22:22). Yet when we look at the word אדני it is often followed by the Tentragammon (with the exception of Psalm 109:21, 140:8, 141:8 and Habakkuk 3:19). So when these words follow each other directly in a sentence, why is the order always as I described? I.e. why יי אלהים and not אלהים יי, and why אדני יי and not יי אדני? There is probably a very simple grammatical explanation for it, but I was hoping you could share your insight on why it is written this way; in these orders.

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Dear Rabbi, the recent attack (January 14, 2022) on a Texas synagogue got me thinking: What was the first incident of an anti-Semitic act? And when will it end? Thank you and may God bless and protect us all from anti-Semitism and all forms of hatred!

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Dear Rabbi, A relative is showing interest in Jewish observance and has questions and issues (such as family) to work through. I would like to help but I do not know how. What advice do you have for me? Thank you so much!