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(Hebrew: "spread out"), in Jewish hermeneutics, the simple,obvious, literal meaning of a biblical text. In the interpretation of the Halakha (the "Proper Way"; i.e., the Oral Law that wasessentially an interpretation of the Written Law), peshat waspreferred. Other interpretive principles, however, could be usedsimultaneously in any given text: remez (meaning "hint," inreference to typological or allegorical interpretations), derash(meaning "search," in reference to biblical study according to themiddot, or rules), and sod (meaning "secret," or mystical interpretation). The first letters (PRDS) of these four words werefirst used in medieval Spain as an acronym forming the word PaRaDiSe to designate a theory of four basic interpretiveprinciples: literal, philosophical, inferred, and mystical 

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Comment by Tamra on July 17, 2012 at 10:40pm

YHWH-mein!  It is not about me, it is not about you, and it is not about everyone.  It is about Him, YHWH Everlasting Abba!  Keep up posts thunder very loud =D

Comment by Larry on July 17, 2012 at 9:41pm

Comment by Larry on July 17, 2012 at 9:41pm

Wow I love that! I also enjoy hearing of your relationship with Holy spirit!

Comment by Tamra on July 17, 2012 at 8:36pm

Shalom Akhi Jeremiah and Mishpocha,

Very excellent post!

Funny this morning I just studied all week on Refiner's Fire parasha giving me refreshing spiritual more joyful until Ruach told me time to check on this Netzari Faith it gave me jaw opening floored what I see your post brought very excellent.  Wow!  I concur with your post what I see:  Halakha - yes it is in Scripture verses!  Very beautiful hidden meanings.  Can't wait more studious & look forward Refiner's Fire Parashahs "M" (Matot/Massei) also Akhi Andrew Roth's Parashahs.  Enjoy studying and quiet spending alone with YHWH flow joyfully.  Amein?   HalleluYAH! 

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