You Stretched Out Your Right Hand, the Earth Swallowed Them

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327) “You stretched out Your right hand, the earth swallowed them.” But is the work of the right not Hesed? It means You have raised Your hand, and the left remained by itself and inflicted Din. But the friends have commented on it that when the Creator brought out the Egyptians dead from under the water, He said to the earth, “Gather them within you.” And it did not wish to until the Creator stretched His right hand before it and adjured it. Then the earth swallowed them, as it is written, “The earth swallowed them.” “You stretched out Your right hand” means separating it from the left, and then Din is done with the left.

328) “In Your grace You have led the people whom You have redeemed, In Your strength You have guided them to Your holy habitation.” It is written, “But Your right hand and Your arm and the light of Your presence, for You favored them.” “But Your right hand” is greatness, Hesed.” “In Your strength You have guided them” and “Your arm” are Gevura. “To Your holy habitation,” are “The light of Your presence, for You favored them” are righteous, Yesod. Also, all six Sefirot are in the text, since HG include Tifferet, and Yesod includes NH.

329) “Terror and dread will fall upon them.” Terror means the fear of Divinity, as in “The fear of God,” which is Divinity.

330) “You will bring them and plant them in the mountain of Your inheritance.” “You will bring them” refers to the spirit of holiness speaking about the last generation that Joshua circumcised, and the revelation of the holy Reshimo of the name of the Creator appeared in them. And they cling to it, meaning that ZA and they are worthy of inheriting the land, as it is written, “And your people shall all be righteous; they shall inherit the land forever.” This is so because anyone who was circumcised and in whom this holy Reshimo appeared—and he keeps it—is called righteous. For this reason, “They shall inherit the land forever.”

331) Hence, “You will bring them” is with an extra Vav [in Hebrew], which means bring them to those who grip to the VavZA, and to those last ones in the days of Joshua. And there is not a single word or a small letter in the Torah that does not have sublime secrets and holy flavors in it. Happy are those who know them.

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