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13. , p. 34. , p. , p. 55. Page 29 day of joy and feasting. In other words the opposites will be united. 15 So the old law will be abrogated and there will be a new law. The Messianic Banquet To me one of the most interesting aspects of Messianic symbolism is the image of the Messianic Banquet. We find that described in chapter 25 of Isaiah, which reads: On this mountain, Yahweh Sabaoth will prepare for all peoples a banquet of rich food, a banquet of fine wines, of food rich and juicy, of fine strained wines.

P. 237. Page 31 Israel. Patai tells us that Herzl grew up in Budapest in an assimilated Jewish family. The Jewish education he received was rudimentary. However, he did have a Bar Mitzvah. And one of the presents he received on the occasion of his Bar Mitzvah, at the age of thirteen, was a book of Jewish legends. In it he read about the coming of the Messiah, whose arrival is awaited daily by many Jews. And many years later he described the reaction he had to reading about that, for it really had captured his imagination.

There is a picture of it on the title page of Le Songe de Poliphile (1600)a great stump with a new sprout growing up from it (next page). 8 It is a death and rebirth image, and Isaiah uses that very same archetypal image in describing the Day of Yahweh and its consequences: the nation will be stripped like a tree with only a stump remaining. The righteous remnant will be like a new sprout, because the stock is holy seed. The image of a tree being cut down and new life sprouting up from it also shows up in dreams.

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