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An online search says that besora (בשורה) is the Old Testament (Hebrew) equivalent of the New Testament (Greek) word euangelion, which is translated as "gospel", meaning "good news". My question is this: Is "besora" or an equivalent word found in the Tanakh?
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Hi Rabbi, I read that there are 36 righteous people in every generation whose identities are hidden from the world. My question is: Why do they stay hidden? Shouldn't they be in the thick of society as renowned Torah leaders? I wonder if it’s possible that I might be one of these 36?! Thanks for this terrific Ask the Rabbi service which Gateways provides!  
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Deuteronomy 25:17-19 Remember what Amalek did to you on your way out of Egypt... you shall blot out the remembrance of Amalek from under the heavens; do not forget. Remember and do not forget are synonyms. They mean the same thing. Blot out means to forget. That is the opposite of remember. What does blot out the remembrance (but do not forget) mean? I find it confusing. Please clarify. Thanks.