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耶特羅不是以色列人,但是確實和摩西有著密切的家庭聯繫。耶特羅雖然不是以色列人,但他認同以色列。當律法被賜與以色列的時候,他渴望能在現場。或許律法書要告訴我們的隱意是:假如缺乏夥伴關係,律法就還不能交付以色列人民,至少 世上他國的某些人必須要在現場見證。



613指的是十誡的展開和細節,這是交付給以色列人民的律法;7指的是諾亞律法的總綱,這是交付給諾亞後裔的律法。交付給諾亞後裔的律法,是律法書不可或缺的重要組成部分!律法的數值<Gematria>是620,對應於皇冠<KETER>,皇冠指的是至聖者 神的榮耀冠冕,感謝讚美歸於我們的神,神聖榮耀的冠冕向世人顯明,不僅交付以色列,也交付給全人類。假如沒有耶特羅,就沒有律法的給出。



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