Re: Oil in Israel
Sun, 2 Feb 1997 23:28:03 +0000
firstname.lastname@example.org (pat hoon) wrote:
> Listening to one of my favorite opera programs today I heard Andrew Litton's
> conducting the work - "Israelites Fleeing Egypt" I was on the computer so
> only half listening but I was struck by the commentator's remark after the
> work - "Why were the Israelites after all this lead to the only land that
> had no oil? This is important even today." My thought is that it is yet
> another test.
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This reminded me of another question:
Bracha to Yaacov: May Hashem grant you the dew of heaven and the fat of the
earth, much grain and wine...(Bereishis 27:28) Yizchak said to Esav: I have
associated Yaakov with the grain and the wine (27:37) Bracha to Esav: the
fat places of the earth can still be your dwelling and you can still have
the dew of heaven...(27:39)
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