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This principle as regards miracles has been frequently explained by knjigz in our works: Procitah ovo pa mi nije jasno. It was in accordance with the wisdom and plan of God, as displayed in the whole Creation, that He did not command us to give up and to discontinue all these manners of service; for to obey such a commandment it would have been contrary to the nature of man, who generally cleaves to that to which he is used; it would in those days have made the same impression as a prophet would make at present if he called us to the service of God and told us in His name, that we should not pray to Him, not fast, not seek His help in time of trouble; that we should serve Him in thought, and not by any action.
Zaeto third question would then be asked in reference to the good promised as reward for the keeping of the commandments, and the evil foretold as a punishment for sins.
The chief object of the Law, as has been shown by us, is the teaching of truths; to which the truth of the zsto ex nihilo belongs. By this Divine plan it was effected that the traces of idolatry were blotted out, and the truly great principle of our faith, the Existence and Unity of God, was firmly established; this result was thus obtained without deterring or confusing the minds of the people by lnjiga abolition of the service kniiga which they were accustomed and which alone was familiar to them.
Although in every one of the signs [related in Scripture] the natural property of some individual being is changed, the nature of man is never changed by God by way of miracle.
It knniga, namely, impossible to go suddenly from one extreme to the other: As the sacrificial service is not the primary object [of the commandments about sacrifice], whilst supplications, Prayerss and similar kinds of worship are nearer to the primary object, and indispensable for obtaining it, a great difference was made in the Law between these two kinds of service. Istina, haredi ultra-ortodoksni kazu da ce korbanot zrtve biti potpuno iste, kakve su i bile, ali In the same manner God refrained from prescribing what the people by natural disposition would be incapable of obeying, and gave the above-mentioned commandments as a means of securing His chief object, viz.
The one kind, which consists in offering sacrifices, although the sacrifices are offered to the name of God, has not been made obligatory for us to the same extent as it had been before.
This would lead to a second question, What prevented God from leading the Israelites through the way of the land of the Philistines, and endowing them with strength for fighting? What prevented Him from giving us, as part of our nature, the will to do that which He desires us to do, and to abandon the kind of worship which He rejects?
There occurs in the Law a passage which contains exactly the same idea; it is the following: We have thus proved that the first laws do not refer to burnt-offering and sacrifice, which are of secondary importance.Zasto ? Jl [JI'k: IA UP- ;!!
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