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The Divine Will that created the Laws of Nature and that continues to direct natural law often becomes obscured by natural processes.This is why Torah numerologists have pointed out that Elokim shares an equal numerical value with hateva-the Nature (86) and why Torah etymologists teach that the root of the word olam-cosmos, world, is he’elam-concealment.-Shemos 7:5 At the end of parshas Bo, in validating the centrality of the mitzvos that serve as reminder to the exodus from Egypt, the Ramban that the makkos– the 10 plagues, were meant to pierce the veil that conceals G-d.The strands of which that veil is woven are the Laws of Nature.The river responded “you go to do the Will of your Creator and I go (flow) to do the Will of my Creator.There is only a chance that you will fulfill the Creator’s Will but, so long as I flow, I’m most definitely fulfilling the Creator’s Will.

He commanded the river waters to interrupt their flow so that he could cross through the riverbed and proceed on his mission of mercy.Thus understood, one could jump to the erroneous conclusion that the G-d-concealing, illusion-of-independence-projecting, natural order is constantly at odds with G-d.In fact, nature is the regular and consistent expression of the Divine Will.A world that does not perceive god as the Creator is unready to accept G-d as the Divine Legislator.By laying bare the existence of a Force that superseded Nature, that could utterly manipulate Nature and that could bend Nature to It’s supernatural Will, the makkos removed any the lingering doubts about the existence of G-d the Creator and proved the truth of numerous principles of our faith.

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