I Samuel 20:18
Print Friendly, PDF & Email

18  Yehonatan said to him, “Tomorrow will be the new moon; and you will be missed when your seat remains vacant.

va-yo-mer LO y’-ho-na-TAN ma-KHAR KHO-desh v’-NIF-kad-TA KEE yi-pa-KAYD mo-sha-VE-kha

יח  וַיֹּאמֶר־לוֹ יְהוֹנָתָן מָחָר חֹדֶשׁ וְנִפְקַדְתָּ כִּי יִפָּקֵד מוֹשָׁבֶךָ׃

 20:18   Tomorrow will be the new moon

Full moon over the walls of Jerusalem

The Sages teach that the moon is a symbol of the People of Israel. Just as the moon waxes and wanes, appearing tiny when it is new but large by the middle of the month, the Children of Israel follow a similar cycle. Though at times they are a small and downtrodden nation, they will again become great in the eyes of all. In our era, with the establishment of the State of Israel, we are beginning to see the truth of this statement. When the world is ultimately blessed with the Mashiach, from the house of David, the light from the People of Israel will shine its brightest, originating in the Land of Israel and illuminating the entire world.

Please login to get access to the quiz
I Samuel 20
I Samuel 21

No Comments

The comments below do not necessarily reflect the beliefs and opinions of The Israel Bible™.

Comments are closed.


I Samuel 20:18

Skip to toolbar