Blessed Be the Lord Out of Zion

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132) “Blessed be the Lord out of Zion, who dwells in Jerusalem. Hallelujah.” But is ZAHaVaYaH [the Lord] blessed out of Zion, from Malchut? He is blessed from the high, deep river, from Bina. So why did he say, “Blessed be the Lord out of Zion”? Indeed, “Blessed be the Lord” relates to Malchut when the moon, Malchut, shines from the light of the sun, ZA, and they draw near to each other and do not remove their lights from one another.

When he says, “Blessed is the Lord,” it is because sometimes the moon, Malchut, is called by the name of the King, ZA. As He is called HaVaYaH, she is called HaVaYaH, as it is written, “Then the Lord rained on Sodom and Gomorrah brimstone and fire from the Lord out of heaven.” The first HaVaYaH [the Lord] is the Malchut, and the second HaVaYaH is ZA. Moreover, even an emissary, an angel, is called by the name of the King, HaVaYaH.

133) From where is it known that the Creator is blessed? It is known that He is blessed from a place called “Zion,” Yesod de Malchut. This is because it is written, “For there the Lord commanded the blessing.” And since He imparts the blessing in Zion, it is known from there that He is blessed, for a blessed one imparts blessing. Happy are those who engage in Torah, for all who engage in Torah, it is as though they are gripped to the Creator, as it is written, “But you who adhere to the Lord your God are alive everyone of you this day.”

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