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Conception and Birth

Yaakov, Béla Orbán

"Man that is born of a woman is of few days, and full of trouble.  He cometh forth like a flower, and is cut down: he fleeth also as a shadow, and continueth not. And dost thou open thine eyes upon such an one, and bringest me into judgment with thee? Who can bring a clean thing out of an unclean? not one. Seeing his days are determined, the number of his months are with thee, thou hast appointed his bounds that he cannot pass." /Job 14:1-5/

Does Job deny resurrection by saying those things?  
Yes, according to the Talmud, although for us, these sentences testify the need of bearing again!

We have reached a very delicate question since the majority of the Jewish Community denies the existence of the original sin.   
The Aramean translation reports the word offense and transgression.
- Then we can also understand what David was talking about when he said:  
"in sin did my mother conceive me" (Psalm 51,5), where he refers to the fact that his parents and family did not want him to be born. He was an unwanted and a rejected child.  
As we can read about him in the Holy Scriptures, he was the eighth from the seven children of his family, a banished son.  
"When my father and my mother forsake me, then the LORD will take me up"; as it is confirmed in Psalm 27, verse 10.  

- According to other interpretations such as the ones of Rashi, Ralbag, Abraham ben Ezra and many other famous Jewish wise men, the original sin indeed exists!
Children coming from impure sperm are consequently also impure themselves.
This is no other than the inheritance, the curse passed on from generation to generation…
The famous Nahmanides goes even further by saying that the Tzadikim (true men) are also conceived and born in sin and are all bearing iniquity…

Following this hypothesis, even the great and the true men are all born in this Adamic state under the weight of this parental inheritance which is the death.   
For this reason, the death of our old man implies the birth of Life in us, the spiritual birth of our new man, the one who is led and conducted by the Spirit of the Messiah (Yeshua HaMashiach) since then.

God is the God of Life. He does sanctify the man in the woman at the very moment of procreation when a new life bears…
Although there is the problem well known by the geneticists called inheritance.  
It concerns all those feelings and other linking inherited by our forefathers that cannot reinforce and develop in children who are welcomed in love from the first moment and who bears and grows next to parents living under the sovereignty of Yeshua HaMashiach...

The « orphans » in the other hand are directly catered by God who cares about them according to His promise of being their Father.

Although children born in "good families" are not free from their inheritance. As soon as they become independent, when they reach the adult age, all their restrained bad instincts rise to the surface and start to grow such as sheaf.   
Anyhow sheaf cannot take any root in those children because the example of the parents experienced during childhood, the testimony of their surroundings together with the feeling of Yeshua HaMashiach’s presence does not fade away in the teenagers’ life but remains as a constant desire all along their life.   

This feeling can bring them back in that family which is not the earthly one anymore, but indeed the one who’s Head is Yeshua HaMashiach…   

But this path is optional and results from a personal decision and choice in the life of each of us.   
From the moment of the conversion to the one of the bearing again.

Although children coming from such families usually convert rather early in their life, they must born again all the same to be free from this heavy inheritance…


Translated from hungarian by Richard (Zeev Shlomo)

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