Hebrew Treasures: Racham

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Shalom everyone! Here is our latest installment in the Hebrew Treasures series. In this segment we discuss the word Racham meaning Mercy or Compassion. Hope you are blessed. Approximately 13 minutes.

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In this segment we discuss the word Racham meaning Mercy or Compassion Download Note: We appreciate your support and hope you get enjoyment from this teaching. We respectively request that you please refrain from posting this teaching on other websites and social media including Facebook and YouTube. We also request that you do not reproduce these teachings on DVD or CD for unauthorized distribution. You may reproduce these teachings for the following exceptions:
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3 Responses to Hebrew Treasures: Racham

  1. Jean Locurto says:

    The least of these my BRETHREN….. Is this merely fellow man or Brethren, those who do the will of Yah?

    • Bill says:

      The argument could be made that “brethren” refers to the family. Who are the family? “Whoever does the will of My father in Heaven is my brother and sister and mother” (Mt. 12:50). However, there is the issue of the Samaritan who showed compassion and tended to the needs of the man who fell among thieves while those who should have simply passed by. Also we are told that if we treat only those we like with kindness we haven’t done any more than what the nations do. “For if you love those who love you, what reward have you? Do not even the tax collectors do the same? And if you greet your brethren only, what do you do more than others? Do not even the tax collectors do so? Therefore you shall be perfect, just as your Father in heaven is perfect.” – Matthew 5:46-48 I believe this: if we want to reap compassion we need to sow compassion because did He not show us compassion when we were still in rebellion? Shalom.

  2. JAIME says:

    Shalom…

    When expounding on “racham” as depicting a “womb”, it immediately brings me to the understanding that throughout our lives the Lord has kept ALL in a ‘womb of mercy” until one of the following occurs….. (keep in mind the Scriptural understanding of first the physical, then the spiritual)

    A: the child grows in the womb/mercy to term and is birthed at the appropriate time.
    The sons of God are brought forth.

    B: the child is cast out of the womb/mercy because of “complications” that have developed,
    such as the child becoming unable to take in nutrients/WORD.

    Although the “C” option would be a genetically defective state, I would have to say that “since His mercy endures forever” as Scriptural Truth; even the wicked are given their “mercy” as well (the wicked are allowed to prosper) because Torah teaches that they were created for the Day of Judgement…

    Scripture also teaches that both vessels of honor and dishonor are created; each to their own purpose.

    I understand that this may be difficult to understand for some, but the Truth is that just as the Lord created Light and Darkness; so did He create the Righteous and the Wicked.. each have a specific role in life…

    Does not Scripture teach that the Lord “creates” evil as well ? (Psalms)

    This does not mean the Lord moves a person’s heart to do evil; it just means that evil is in the world for righteousness sake, just as the Darkness was created to accentuate the Light…

    To sum it all up; if the Lord is Lord, then He is LORD OF ALL….

    Shalom, shalom…

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