“And The Land Had Rest From War”

294.4Question: What does it mean “And the land had rest from war”?

Answer: There are periods when the Creator does not awaken heavy desires in the heart of a person and gives him peace. But this peace is twofold. Or it can be a respite in the war, this is what we have on Hanukkah, as Rabash explains.

Or is it a punishment for the fact that we did not attract our forces, which we could have attracted, and did not ask the Creator for advancement? Then He as if forgets about us.

In other words, He either helps us and gives us, as they say, “Hanu-Ko,” a break in the war, in order for us to gain strength and move on, or He forgets about us for a while.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 9/27/21

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