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GMIRA - The 7,000 Year Week (b.San. 97a-97b)
October 15, 2011 07:45 PM PDT
R. Kattina said: Six thousand years shall the world exist, and one [thousand, the seventh], it shall be desolate, as it is written, And the Lord alone shall be exalted in that day. (Is. 2:11) Abaye said: it will be desolate two [thousand], as it is said, After two days will he revive us: in the third day, he will raise us up, and we shall live in his sight.(Hosea 6:2)
It has been taught in accordance with R. Kattina: Just as the seventh year is one year of release in seven, so is the world: one thousand years out of seven shall be fallow, as it is written, And the Lord alone shall be exalted in that day,’ and it is further said, A Psalm and song for the Sabbath day,(Ps. 92:1) meaning the day that is altogether Sabbath — and it is also said, For a thousand years in thy sight are but as yesterday when it is past.(Ps. 90:4)
The Tanna debe Eliyyahu teaches: The world is to exist six thousand years. In the first two thousand there was desolation;37 two thousand years the Torah flourished;38 and the next two thousand years is the Messianic era, but through our many iniquities all these years have been lost.
September 08, 2011 02:57 PM PDT
Continuing the Gemara to San. 10:1 in b.San. 96b - The murder of Zechariah, how it ties to that of Cain and how this Gemara ties in with Yeshua's words in Matthew 23:35.Why Bar Kokhba Wasn't the Messiah (b.San. 92-93)
August 23, 2011 11:23 PM PDTEpisode 2 The Resurrection (b.San. 90a-90b)
August 10, 2011 11:46 PM PDT
The arguments given against the Sadducees by Pharisees and Yeshua in b.San. 90a-90b and Matt. 22:23-46 = Mk. 12:18-37 as well as discussion of the greatest commandment as given by Yeshua and Hillel and the meaning of "The Lord said to my Lord" as given in Matt. 22 and the Zohar.Sanhedrin 10:1 and its Gemara
August 05, 2011 02:26 AM PDT
The Gemara to Sanhedrin 10:1 (b.San. 90a-99a) has an interesting transition from a discussion of the Resurrection to a discussion of the Messiah. Understanding that transition point (b.San. 97a) reveals an understanding that Amos 9:11 that may surprise you.
G'MIRA - perfect, full-grown, mature or complete.
And be diligent that you present your nefesh mature (gmir'it) before Eloah--a worker
The Talmud is made up of the MISHNA and the GEMARA. The GEMARA is the component of the Talmud comprising rabbinical analysis of and commentary on the Mishnah. The Gemara, which when combined with the Mishnah constitutes the Talmud.
Both terms come from a root G'MIR meaning "to perfect, to complete, to finish, to know well".
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