Unformatted text preview: e Seder service, as we do after every other meal, we fulfill the
commandment in the Torah (Deut. Ch. 8.V. 10.) to thank and bless God for providing us with food to eat.
Man in his conceit may think that it is by his efforts alone that he has amassed wealth, been successful
and provided food for his table. But we believe that it is God's providence that has provided us with
the brains, energy and with all the other things necessary for us to reach the position that we occupy
There is an amazingly prophetic warning about the conceit that we have in thinking that
every thing is due to our own efforts, in Deut. Ch. 8 Vs 12-14, Moses in his final speech before his
death on the eve of the Children of Israel’s entry into the Promised Land, admonishes the people "Lest when you have eaten and been satisfied and have built goodly homes, and when your herds
and flocks have multiplied, and your silver and gold has multiplied, and all that you have is
multiplied. Then your heart be lifted up and you forget the Lord who brought you out of...
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