#TieBlog #Shemot

20 Dec
"And the bush was not consumed"  (3: 2).

“And the bush was not consumed” (Exodus 3:2)

In Parashat Shemot , Moses bursts onto the scene as the man appointed by God to go before Pharaoh to demand freedom for the Israelites. He hears the call from a humble bush–indicating that God’s presence can be found in places both majestic and modest. Moses was astute enough and open enough to experience God’s presence in the burning bush. As inscribed on the tie, “V’hasneh einenu ukal,” “And the bush was not consumed.”

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One Response to “#TieBlog #Shemot”

  1. rabbiedbernstein January 9, 2015 at 11:45 am #

    Reblogged this on Rabbi Ed Bernstein.

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