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Omer Week 6 - Yesod


by Adam Millson

Week 6 of the Omer (May 25th-May 31st): Yesod

“Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us, fixing our eyes on Yeshua, the pioneer and perfecter of faith. For the joy set before him he endured the cross, scorning its shame, and sat down at the right hand of the throne of God. Consider him who endured such opposition from sinners, so that you will not grow weary and lose heart.” -- Heb 12:1-3

Yesod means foundation but it is understood mystically to indicate bonding. As the penultimate sefirah, Yesod draws together the previous five in order to have them work to their fullest. It is the sefirah on which the other five can be built into a great structure.


Omer Week 5 - Hod


by Adam Millson

Week 5 of the Omer (May 19th-May 26th): Hod

“But somewhere someone has testified, saying,
'What is man, that You are mindful of him,
or the son of man, that You care for him?
For a little while, You made him
lower than the angels.
You crowned him with glory and honor.
You put all things in subjection
underneath his feet.'
For when He put all things in subjection to him, He left nothing outside his control. But for now we do not yet see all things subjected to him. But we see One who was made for a little while lower than the angels—namely, Yeshua. He is now crowned with glory and honor, because of the death He suffered so that, by the grace of God, He might taste death for everyone. For it was fitting for God—for whom and through whom all things exist—in leading many sons to glory, to perfect through sufferings the initiator of their salvation.” -- Heb 2:6-10

Hod means splendor, but it is also the root of yodeh and modeh, which are related to thankfulness. Consequently, hod is understood to refer to the splendor of gratefulness and humility. It not splendor that derives from ostentatious wealth or arrogant deeds, but the gentle splendor that results from humility.


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