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The Temple Mount Bereshit and Noach Creation
Bereshit Summary

G-d creates the world in six days. On the first day He makes darkness and light. On the second day He forms the heavens, dividing the "upper waters" from the "lower waters." On the third day He sets the boundaries of land and sea and calls forth trees and greenery from the earth. On the fourth day He fixes the position of the sun, moon and stars as timekeepers and illuminators of the earth. Fish, birds and reptiles are created on the fifth day; land-animals, and then the human being, on the sixth. G-d ceases work on the seventh day, and sanctifies it as a day of rest. G-d forms the human body from the dust of the earth and blows into his nostrils a "living soul." Originally Man is a single person, but deciding that "it is not good that man be alone," G-d takes a "side" from the man, forms it into a woman, and marries them to each other. Adam and Eve are placed in the Garden of Eden and commanded not to eat from the "Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil." The serpent persuades Eve to violate the command, and she shares the forbidden fruit with her husband. Because of their sin, it is decreed that man will experience death, returning to the soil from which he was formed, and that all gain will come only through struggle and hardship. Man is banished from the Garden. Eve gives birth to two sons, Cain and Abel. Cain quarrels with Abel and murders him, and becomes a rootless wanderer. A third son is born to Adam, Seth, whose tenthgeneration descendant, Noah, is the only righteous man in a corrupt world.

The Temple Mount Bereshit and Noach Creation
Noach Summary

G-d instructs Noah -- the only righteous man in a world consumed by violence and corruption -- to build a large wooden teivah ("ark"), coated within and without with pitch. A great deluge, says Gd, will wipe out all life from the face of the earth; but the ark will float upon the water, sheltering Noah and his family, and two members (male and female) of each animal species. Rain falls for 40 days and nights, and the waters churn for 150 days more before calming and beginning to recede. The ark settles on Mount Ararat, and from its window Noah dispatches a raven, and then a series of doves, "to see if the waters were abated from the face of the earth." When the ground dries completely -- exactly one solar year (365 days) after the onset of the Flood -- G-d commands Noah to exit the teivah and repopulate the earth. Noah builds an altar and offers sacrifices to G-d. G-d swears never again to destroy all of mankind because of their deeds, and sets the rainbow as a testimony of His new covenant with man. G-d also commands Noah regarding the sacredness of life: murder is deemed a capital offense, and while man is permitted to eat the meat of animals, he is forbidden to eat flesh or blood taken from a living animal. Noah plants a vineyard and becomes drunk on its produce. Two of Noah's sons, Shem and Japheth, are blessed for covering up their father's nakedness, while his third son, Ham, is cursed for taking advantage of his debasement. The descendents of Noah remain a single people, with a single language and culture, for ten generations. Then they defy their Creator by building a great tower to symbolize their own invincibility; G-d confuses their language so that "one does not comprehend the tongue of the other," causing them to abandon their project and disperse across the face of the earth, splitting into seventy nations. The Parshah of Noach concludes with a chronology of the ten generations from Noah to Abram (later Abraham), and the latter's journey from his birthplace of Ur Casdim to Charan, on the way to the Land of Canaan.

The Temple Mount Bereshit and Noach Creation

And G-d created Man in His own image, in the image of G-d He created him; male and female He created them. G-d created the first man as a two-sided creature--one face male, and one face female. He then hewed him in two and made a back for each half. (Midrash Rabbah) If G-d desired mankind to be comprised of both male and female, why did He not create them that way in the first place--as He did with the other animals? Because if they were to be originally and intrinsically two, each would be trapped in the exclusivity of his or her identity. Their encounter would be a relationship at best, a war at worst. Neither would have it in them to transcend the individuality into which they were born. The two would remain two, however integrated. But neither did G-d desire man to be a singular being. As a single individual, man was without match, without challenge, and thus without potential for growth and creation. "It is not good that man be alone," said the Creator; he requires a "helpmeet" and an "opposite." So G-d created them one, and then split them into two. Thus man searches for woman and woman yearns for man. Thus each has it within their power to reach within their splintered self and uncover their primordial oneness. Thus man and woman cleave to each other and become one. (The Lubavitcher Rebbe)

The Temple Mount Bereshit and Noach Creation

And the Lord God created man in two formations; and took dust from the place of the house of the sanctuary, and from the four winds of the world, and mixed from all the waters of the world, and created him red, black, and white; and breathed into his nostils the inspiration of life, and there was in the body of Adam the inspiration of a speaking spirit, unto the illumination of the eyes and the hearing of the ears. [JERUSALEM. And Adam became a soul of life.] …….. And a garden from the Eden of the just was planted by the Word of the Lord God before the creation of the world, and He made there to dwell the man when He had created him. And the Lord God made to grow from the ground every tree that was desirable to behold and good to eat, and the tree of life in the midst of the garden, whose height was a journey of five hundred years, and the tree of whose fruit they who ate would distinguish between good and evil………….


and not again. and flesh of my flesh. Therefore a man shall leave. and shall consociate with his wife. and he slept. (she is) bone of my bone. it was the thirteenth rib of the right side. but they were not faithful (or truthful) in their glory…… 6 . because she is created from me. and both of them shall be one flesh. And Adam said. and closed it up with flesh.And the Lord God threw a deep slumber upon Adam. because from man she was taken. This it is fit to call Woman. And He took one of his ribs. And both of them were wise.The Temple Mount Bereshit and Noach Creation Summary ………. Adam and his wife. And the Lord God builded the rib which he had taken from Adam into a woman. Thus. is woman created from man. and be separate from the house of the bed of his father and of his mother. This time. and He brought her to Adam.

to cultivate the ground from which he had been created. He prepared the garden of Eden for the righteous. He created the law. in the midst of it He hath prepared flakes of fire and burning coals for the judgment of the wicked who rebelled in their life against the doctrine of the law. To serve the law is better than (to eat of) the fruit of the tree of life. 7 .The Temple Mount Bereshit and Noach Creation Summary Lord God removed him from the garden of Eden. and he went and dwelt on Mount Moriah. and have maintained the commandments: (but) he prepared Gehinnam for the wicked. that man in keeping it might continue. because they would have practised in their lives the doctrine of the law in this world. And He drave out the man from thence where He had made to dwell the glory of His Shekina at the first between the two Kerubaia. consuming sword of two edges. (the law) which the Word of the Lord prepared. which is like the sharp. that they might eat and delight themselves with the fruit of the tree. and walk in the paths of the way of life in the world to come. Before He had created the world.

The Temple Mount Adam and Eve’s Offering 8 .

And it was at the end of days. that thou mayest have authority over it to become righteous. an oblation of first things before the Lord. and of their fat. And Habel was a shepherd of the flock.The Temple Mount Bereshit and Noach Creation Summary ………. and He gave (His) countenance to Habel and to his oblation. And into thy hand have I delivered the power over evil passion. but Kain was a man working in the earth. that Kain brought of the produce of the earth. and at the doors of thy heart lieth thy sin. the seed of cotton (or line). 9 . and it was pleasing before the Lord. and unto thee shall be the inclination thereof. And Kain was angered greatly. on the fourteenth of Nisan. and the features of his face were downcast. Why hast thou anger. or to sin. and why are the features of thy face downcast? If thou doest thy work well. but to Kain and to his oblation He gave no countenance. will not thy guilt be forgiven thee? But if thou doest not thy work well in this world. thy sin is retained unto the day of the great judgment. and Habel brought of the firstlings of the flock. And the Lord said to Kain.

The Temple Mount Cain and Abel’s Offering 10 .

and of all clean fowl. And the Lord accepted his oblation with favour: and the Lord said in His Word. I will not add again to curse the earth on account of the sin of the children of men. 11 . and harvest in the season of Nisan. And Noah builded the altar before the Lord. and days and nights shall not fail. and had offered an oblation upon it. Until all the days of the earth. But when the waters of the deluge descended. and upon it had Kain and Habel offered their oblations. that altar which Adam had builded in the time when he was cast forth from the garden of Eden. and warmth in the season of Tammuz. it was destroyed.The Temple Mount Bereshit and Noach Creation Summary ………. and sacrificed four upon that altar. sowing in the season of Tishri. and he took of all clean cattle. and Noah rebuilded it. for the imagination of the heart of man is evil from his youth. and summer and winter. neither will I add to destroy whatever liveth as I have done. and coldness in the season of Tebeth.

The Temple Mount Noach’s Offering 12 .

saying. saying. if the Lord should say unto my father. 43. Ishmael his brother was going about with him in the tent. the God of my father Abraham. And Ishmael boasted of himself to Isaac. Take now thy son Isaac and bring him up an offering before me. As the Lord liveth. I would not refrain but I would joyfully accede to it. Why dost thou boast to me about this. and I did according to the word of the Lord which he spoke to my father.The Temple Mount The Akeida 41. And Isaac answered Ishmael. concerning which the Lord commanded thee? 44. and I gave my soul unto the Lord. about a little bit of thy flesh which thou didst take from thy body. 42. 13 . I was thirteen years old when the Lord spoke to my father to circumcise us. and I did not transgress his word which he commanded my father. And when Isaac was thirty-seven years old.

even Isaac. and he said unto him. My son Isaac is grown up and he has not for some time studied the service of his God. he will answer him. 5. and he spoke these words to her. for there wilt thou see a cloud and the glory of the Lord.The Temple Mount The Akeida 1. And he said to him. 14 . How shall I separate my son Isaac from Sarah his mother. At that time the word of the Lord came to Abraham. 2. now tomorrow I will go and bring him to Shem. 3. and he sat before Sarah his wife. Abraham. Take now thy son. thine only son whom thou lovest. in order to bring him up for a burnt offering before the Lord? 4. and go to the land of Moriah. and Eber his son. Here I am. and offer him there for a burnt offering upon one of the mountains which shall be shown to thee. and he said. therefore there he will know the way of serving the Lord his God. for they will teach him to know the Lord as well as to know that when he prayeth continually before the Lord. And Abraham said within himself. and there he will learn the ways of the Lord. And Abraham came into the tent.

but remove him not at a great distance from me. And Sarah said to Abraham. 10. and she kissed and embraced him. And Sarah said. and she gave him instructions till morning. and she gave Abraham instructions concerning him. neither force him from whatever he may desire.The Temple Mount The Akeida 6. And she said to him. neither let him sit in the sun. Thou hast spoken well. 7. go my lord and do unto him as thou hast said. I pray thee take heed of thy son. let us pray to the Lord our God that he may do good with us. And Abraham said unto Sarah. O forsake him not. 13. And Sarah wept bitterly the whole night on account of Isaac. O my lord. for my soul is bound within his soul. and gave him instructions till morning. O my son. and if he be thirsty give him water to drink. 15 . 11. 9. do not let him go on foot. And Sarah took her son Isaac and he abode all that night with her. 12. My daughter. for I have no other son nor daughter but him. how can my soul separate itself from thee? And she still kissed him and embraced him. and place thine eyes over him. neither let him remain there too long. but do unto him as he may say to thee. Neither let him go by himself in the road. If he be hungry give him bread. 8.

Who knoweth if after this day I shall ever see thee again? 19. and she put a turban upon his head. Return to the tent. also those who went with them wept greatly. and she accompanied them upon the road to see them off. And Sarah caught hold of her son Isaac. and Isaac went with his father Abraham. and they went forth. and she embraced him and continued to weep with him. And she dressed Isaac her son therewith. And they still wept together. And Sarah went out with them. and she held him in her arms. and Abraham her husband wept with her. Abraham. And in the morning Sarah selected a very fine and beautiful garment from those garments which she had in the house. 16 . and Sarah said. and she enclosed a precious stone in the top of the turban. that Abimelech had given to her. Sarah and Isaac. and they said to her. and all those that accompanied them on the road wept with them. and their son wept with them a great weeping. 17. And when Sarah heard the words of her son Isaac she wept bitterly. and all her men servants and maid servants returned with her to the tent. and some of their servants accompanied them to see them off the road. 16. and Sarah afterward turned away from her son. 15. 18. and she gave them provision for the road. weeping bitterly.The Temple Mount The Akeida 14.

21. 22. humble and of contrite spirit. that thou goest to do this thing this day to thine only son? 26. And Ishmael said to Eliezer. and wilt thou go and slaughter him this day because he committed no violence. and to whom will he give all that he has. Ishmael the son of Hagar and Eliezer his servant. who has been faithful in his house. with all his treasures. And whilst Abraham was proceeding with his son Isaac along the road. and he approached Abraham and said to him. Art thou silly or brutish. and they went together with them. to inherit after him. as He had commanded him. and wilt thou cause the soul of thine only son to perish from the earth? 17 . and whilst they were walking in the road the young men spoke these words to themselves. And Abraham took two of his young men with him. For God gave thee a son in thy latter days. as He commanded him. And Eliezer answered Ishmael and said. who has served him night and day. Satan came and appeared to Abraham in the figure of a very aged man. Surely Abraham did cast thee away with thy mother.The Temple Mount The Akeida 20. but unto me his servant. and swear that thou shouldst not inherit any thing of all he possesses. Now when he returneth he will give unto me all that he possesses. for I am his first born. And Abraham went with Isaac his son to bring him up as an offering before the Lord. 24. 23. 25. Now my father Abraham is going with Isaac to bring him up for a burnt offering to the Lord. in thy old age. and has done all that he desired me? to me will he bequeath at his death all that he possesses.

my son. 18 . 33. my father. And Abraham heard this and knew that it was the word of Satan who endeavored to draw him aside from the way of the Lord. 30. for he is a silly old man. 29.The Temple Mount The Akeida 27. 32. And he approached Isaac and said unto him. Dost thou not know and understand that thy old silly father bringeth thee to the slaughter this day for naught? 31. Go slaughter thy child. endeavoring to draw us aside this day from the commands of God. Hast thou heard. and said unto Abraham. and Abraham rebuked him so that he went away. that which this man has spoken? even thus has he spoken. and he appeared unto Isaac in the figure of a young man comely and well favored. nor attend to him. And Abraham answered his son Isaac and said to him. but Abraham would not hearken to the voice of Satan. for he is Satan. Dost thou not know and understand that this thing cannot be from the Lord? for the Lord cannot do unto man such evil upon earth to say to him. And Satan returned and came to Isaac. And Isaac heard this. 28. Take heed of him and do not listen to his words. Now therefore. do not listen nor attend to him. and let not thy precious soul and beautiful figure be lost from the earth.

and Satan went from them. 39. and they saw a brook large and powerful as the mighty waters. And they entered the brook and passed through it. and the waters at first reached their legs. to draw us aside this day from the commands of God. and whilst they were going over the brook Abraham recognized that place. And Abraham went with Isaac toward the place that God had told him. 36. and he went away from them. And Abraham still rebuked Satan. And Abraham rebuked him and said unto him. now therefore it is this Satan who does all this to us. 40. and Abraham and Isaac and his two young men reached that place. and he knew that there was no water there before. 38. And Satan was terrified at the voice of Abraham. The Lord rebuke thee. And they went deeper in the brook and the waters reached up to their necks. and seeing he could not prevail over them he hid himself from them. I know this place in which there was no brook nor water. begone from us for we go by the commands of God. and the place again became dry land as it was at first. and he went and passed before them in the road. 19 . 37. 41.The Temple Mount The Akeida 34. And Abraham said to his son Isaac. O Satan. 35. And on the third day Abraham lifted up his eyes and saw the place at a distance which God had told him of. and they were all terrified on account of the water. and he transformed himself to a large brook of water in the road.

and Abraham said to them. 20 .The Temple Mount The Akeida 42. We see nothing more than like the other mountains of the earth. And a pillar of fire appeared to him that reached from the earth to heaven. 45. And Abraham said unto Eliezer and unto Ishmael his son. and the glory of the Lord is seen upon the cloud. My son. And Isaac answered and said unto his father. Do you also see that which we see upon the mountain which is at a distance? 47. Abide ye here with the ass whilst I and Isaac my son will go to yonder mount and worship there before the Lord and then return to you. and the glory of the Lord was seen in the cloud. which we perceive at a distance. as Abraham had commanded. And Abraham knew that his son Isaac was accepted before the Lord for a burnt offering. And they answered and said. and a cloud of glory upon the mountain. And Abraham said to Isaac. 48. I see and lo a pillar of fire and a cloud. And Eliezer and Ishmael remained in that place. 43. 46. that which I see upon it? 44. dost thou see in that mountain. And Abraham knew that they were not accepted before the Lord to go with them.

But I am of joyful and cheerful heart in this matter. And Isaac said unto his father. Neither limb nor muscle has moved or stirred at this. 21 . 56. 53. And Abraham again said unto Isaac his son. I pray thee. saying. And Isaac answered his father Abraham and said unto him. The Lord has made choice of thee my son. which is not proper? tell me my son. 55. O my son conceal it not from me. there is nothing in my heart to cause me to deviate either to the right or to the left from the word that he has spoken to thee. And Abraham took wood for a burnt offering and placed it upon his son Isaac. O my father. and he took the fire and the knife. I see here the fire and wood. and where then is the lamb that is to be the burnt offering before the Lord? 51. 57. and they both went to that place. nor is there in my heart any thought or evil counsel concerning this. Blessed is the Lord who has this day chosen me to be a burnt offering before Him. 50. as the Lord liveth and as thy soul liveth. I will do all that the Lord spoke to thee with joy and cheerfulness of heart. to be a perfect burnt offering instead of the lamb. 52. and I say. And Abraham answered his son Isaac. Is there in thy heart any thought or counsel concerning this. And when they were going along Isaac said to his father.The Temple Mount The Akeida 49. and they went on and came together to that place that the Lord had spoken of. Behold. 54. And Abraham greatly rejoiced at the words of Isaac.

and he lifted up his voice and wept when Isaac spake these words. 62.The Temple Mount The Akeida 58. take with thee that which shall remain of my ashes to bring to Sarah my mother. And Isaac still said to his father. Bind me securely and then place me upon the altar lest I should turn and move. And Abraham heard the words of Isaac. and he said to his father. And Abraham approached to build the altar in that place. and break loose from the force of the knife upon my flesh and thereof profane the burnt offering. and Isaac wept bitterly. 60. but do not tell her this if she should sit near a well or upon any high place. 22 . 64. when thou shalt have slain me and burnt me for an offering. and do with me the will of the Lord our God as He has commanded thee. And he took his son Isaac and bound him in order to place him upon the wood which was upon the altar. 61. and Isaac took stones and mortar until they had finished building the altar. and say to her. This is the sweet smelling savor of Isaac. And Abraham took the wood and placed it in order upon the altar which he had built. and Abraham's tears gushed down upon Isaac his son. 59. And the hearts of Abraham and Isaac rejoiced at this thing which the Lord had commanded them. and Abraham did so. O my father. to slay him for a burnt offering before the Lord. and Abraham was weeping. Hasten thou. And Isaac said to his father. lest she should cast her soul after me and die. 63. but the eye wept bitterly whilst the heart rejoiced. O my father.

that was the ram which the Lord God had created in the earth in the day that he made earth and heaven. saying. 70. O Lord. 0 Lord. a ram was caught in a thicket by his horns. 68. 66. and Abraham stretched forth his hand to take the knife to slay his son as a burnt offering before the Lord. for now I know that thou fearest God in performing this act. and thou supportest them all. 71. and pity and have compassion upon Abraham and Isaac his son. give therefore ransom and redemption instead of thy servant Isaac. and behold. And Abraham lifted up his eyes and saw. who are this day performing thy commands. 67. neither do thou any thing unto him. and placed him on the altar upon the wood. to be a burnt offering instead of Isaac. 69.The Temple Mount The Akeida 65. At that time the Lord appeared unto Abraham. Hast thou seen. Lay not thine hand upon the lad. thou art a merciful and compassionate King over all that thou hast created in heaven and in earth. and called to him. For the Lord had prepared this ram from that day. and Isaac stretched forth his neck upon the altar before his father. And Abraham bound his son Isaac. from me. and said unto him. from heaven. thine only son. how Isaac the son of Abraham thy servant is bound down to the slaughter like an animal? now therefore let thy pity be roused for them. and in not withholding thy son. O Lord. At that time the angels of mercy came before the Lord and spake to him concerning Isaac. 23 .

and he exclaimed and said. and Abraham was yet engaged in the burnt offering before the Lord. and the Lord blessed Abraham and his seed on that day. fetched him and brought him before the altar. And Abraham. and Abraham finished the whole of the service by the altar. and may it this day be considered before the Lord in the place of my son. And Satan went to Sarah. and he put the ram in his stead. and he appeared to her in the figure of an old man very humble and meek. and was accounted as if it had been Isaac. in order that Abraham might slay his son. and the service was accepted before the Lord.The Temple Mount The Akeida 72. 73. and Abraham killed the ram upon the altar. and he loosened his son Isaac from his binding. and brought it up as an offering in the place of his son Isaac. And Abraham sprinkled some of the blood of the ram upon the altar. 74. 76. 24 . seeing the ram advancing to him and Satan withholding him. and may this be considered this day as the blood of my son before the Lord. 75. And this ram was advancing to Abraham when Satan caught hold of him and entangled his horns in the thicket. he would exclaim and say. This is in the place of my son. This is in the room of my son. And all that Abraham did on this occasion by the altar. that he might not advance to Abraham.

for all thy works are good and righteous. and he went away from her. and Sarah heard all the words of Satan. 80. And she still continued to weep.The Temple Mount The Akeida 77. O that I had this day died instead of thee. And Sarah laid her head upon the bosom of one of her handmaids. my son. 81. and she said. in its being the word of the Lord. and now hast thou served this day for the knife and the fire. neither did he have compassion over him. my son Isaac. 83. and said. I that had a longing for thee. 79. for I also am rejoiced with thy word which thou didst command. for thou didst perform the command of thy God. and brought him up as a sacrifice upon the altar. in whose hands is the soul of every living creature? 82. for who can transgress the word of our God. and Isaac cried and wept before his father. It grieves me for thee. and whilst mine eye weepeth bitterly my heart rejoiceth. and killed him. and she threw herself upon the ground and she cast dust upon her head. 78. And Satan repeated these words. and she imagined him to be an old man from amongst the sons of men who had been with her son. Thou art just. now my joy is turned into mourning over thee. Dost thou not know all the work that Abraham has made with thine only son this day? for he took Isaac and built an altar. It grieves me for thee after that I have reared thee and have brought thee up. O that I had died this day in thy stead. and cried and prayed to God till I bare thee at ninety years old. O Lord our God. Isaac my son. and she became as still as a stone. to be made an offering. O my son. O my son. but he looked not at him. But I console myself with thee. And Sarah lifted up her voice and wept and cried out bitterly on account of her son. And he said unto her. and had come and told her these things. And she continued to weep and said. 25 .

85. and they could not find him. I spoke falsely unto thee. and they sought throughout the land and he was not there. and when she heard the word her joy was so exceedingly violent on account of her son. and she asked concerning her Son. for Abraham did not kill his son and he is not dead. And behold. She afterward rose up and went about making inquiries till she came to Hebron.The Temple Mount The Akeida 84. and he said unto her. which is Hebron. Satan came to Sarah in the shape of an old man. and she inquired of all those whom she met walking in the road. she died and was gathered to her people. and she remained there while she sent some of her servants to seek where Abraham had gone with Isaac. that her soul went out through joy. and he came and stood before her. And she came with her maid servants and men servants to Kireatharba. they went to seek him in the house of Shem and Eber. 26 . 86. and no one could tell her what had happened to her son.

how hast thou left me! 90. O my mother. and he made inquiries concerning her. my mother.The Temple Mount The Akeida 87. how hast thou left me. 89. She went as far as Hebron to seek you both where you had gone. 88. and when they found that she was dead they lifted up their voices and wept bitterly over her. and they mourned over her a great and heavy mourning. and where hast thou gone? O how. And Abraham and Isaac went to her to Hebron. for thus was she informed. 27 . And Abraham sought for Sarah. And Abraham and Isaac wept greatly and all their servants wept with them on account of Sarah. And when Abraham had finished his service he returned with his son Isaac to his young men. and they came home. and could not find her. and they said unto him. and Isaac fell upon his mother's face and wept over her. and they rose up and went together to Beersheba. and he said.

The Temple Mount Jacob’s Dream 28 .

The Mount The Kotel at Dawn 29 .

Birds Eye View Temple Hulda Gates Kidron Valley The City of David 30 .

Birds Eye View Kings David and Solomon Temple Mishkan Kidron Valley The City of David 31 .

The Mount Contour Map Temple Mt of Olives Hulda Gates Kidron Valley The City of David 32 .

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The Temple Mount Eastern Side of Hulda Gates Left Column Issac Central Column Jacob Right Column Abraham 37 .

The Temple Mount Western Side Hulda Gates Abba Imma 38 .

The Temple Mount Light at the End of the Tunnel Hulda Gates 39 .

The Temple Mount 2nd Temple Period 40 .

The Temples The Mishkan The First Temple 41 .

The Temples The Second Temple 42 .

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The Temples The Temple The Table for Showbread 52 .

Jerusalem 53 .The Foundation Stone Mt Sinai .

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” Shabbat Shalom 55 . is the Work of HaShem This we celebrate fifty-two times a Year on Shabbat.A Few Final Thoughts All of what we are. we did and will do. HaShem. that the Holy Temple be rebuilt speedily in our days and grant us our share in Your Torah…. we see. “May it be Your Will.

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