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torsdag 27 juli 2017

Rukouksen olemuksesta.

Rukous ei ole rukouskirja, rukous ei ole voimisteluliike,
rukous ei ole näkyvä teko,
rukous on kuin hengitys, johon Jumalan Henki yhtyy ja jonka kautta Jumala hengittää ihmiskunanssa.
Rukous ei voi syntyä sellaisessa ajatusmiljöössä joka on kirousta  ja vihaa ja Jumalan olemusken ulkopuolella.
Rukous on  vahva voima, joka  linkkii  yhteen Jumalan seurakunnan kautta maailman Jumalaan joka on seurakunnan Paimen.  Rukous muodstaa Mind Palace - tilavuuden  joka myös on sitä Jumalan Temppeliä. UT sanoo että Jumalan Henki auttaa meitä meidän heikkoudessamme ja Henki meissä huokaa sanattomin sanoin Jumalan puoleen, silloinkin kun on asioita, joita emme osaa emmekä voi pukea sanamuotoon.

Toinen asia on että rukousvastaus, jonka Jumala antaa ei aina ole näkymätön.

SITAATTI Aruz7 lehdestä  
 A Guide to The Kotel and Temple Mount is cross-posted on Israel Blogger.

Bibi's latest, of a very long, long list, capitulation to dangerous and ridiculous Leftist pro-Arab terrorist demands was the removal of the recently set up metal detectors to the Temple Mount for Arabs. As Paula Stern aka A Soldier's Mother has complained on facebook, not only do Jews, Christians and whatevers have to undergo demeaning "inspections" to get to the Temple Mount, where we're forbidden prayers, but just to go to the Kotel we go through metal detectors and our possessions are xrayed.

For those unfamiliar with the Old City of Jerusalem, the Kotel and Temple Mount, I'll explain a bit of the "geography." The Temple Mount is in the old walled City of Jerusalem. It's an "outer section." The "outer wall" of the Temple Mount is a section of the Old City Walls. The Kotel is a "support wall" of the Temple Mount, not the ancient Jewish Holy Temple, and an inner wall in the Old City. If you look at pre-1967 Six Days War photos you won't see anything like today's large impressive plaza. It was more like a narrow street where Jews gathered to pray by that wall.

In recent decades, since the 1967 war, not only has the State of Israel removed buildings to allow for massive Jewish Prayer at the Kotel, but it installed security inspection machinery at all entrances to the plaza. Everyone goes through a personal metal detector and puts his/her bags through a special x-ray conveyor belt. That is just to get to the Kotel.

 Now, if you want to ascend the Temple Mount, you go through an additional, much more extensive security inspection. Your bags will be opened, checked and frequently held by the special security staff. Tourists, Jews, Christians and anyone else who doesn't seem to be an Arab Muslim can only enter through that gate.

Muslim Arabs have other entrances to the Temple Mount which aren't from the Kotel area. That means that not only aren't they inspected before entering the Temple Mount, but they haven't gone passed through the metal detectors at the entrances to the Kotel.

 Simple Arithmetic:
1 + 1 = 2 versus 0
Yes, the Arabs can bring anything they want up to the Temple Mount, whether something as safe or innocuous as food or prayer books, but also guns, knives and explosives. The Israeli soldiers/police stationed at the Arab entrances have nothing to do other than being "window dressing" to make it look like there's some security. Their only real job is to keep the non-Muslims from entering.

Back to Rules for Non-Muslims:

Non-Muslims may be able to bring food, though saying a prayer/blessing before eating may get you carted out. Prayers are forbidden, so we aren't allowed to have any prayer books with us on the Temple Mount. And of course, anything considered to be a weapon is forbidden. Remember that the bags are inspected besides personal metal detectors, rather reminiscent of airport security.

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