“Each time that God spoke to, or said something to Moshe, He began by calling to him, in a loving manner, just as the angels are described by Isaiah as calling to each other before singing their praises of God.” “They heard the Kol – the Kol – sound of God, the Lord, manifesting itself in the garden toward evening; and the man and his wife hid from God among the trees of the Garden.” “He said, ‘I heard the Your Kol – sound in the garden, and I was afraid.” “Moshe stretched out his staff toward heaven, and God sent Kolot – Sounds, and hail and fire went earthward.” “Moshe would speak and God would respond to him with a voice.” “The entire people saw the Kolot – the sounds…and the people saw and trembled and stood from afar.” The Talmud refers to a Heavenly Voice as a Bat Kol – The Daughter of a Kol, or voice. From Eden to Egypt to Sinai to the Mishkan to the Talmud we have heard God’s Kol – Voice – calling to us. Some heard and were frightened. Some heard only echoes. Bat Kol – Daughter of the Voice. Moshe heard God’s love for them. What do we hear when God calls to us through God’s Torah, through tests or through life experiences? What do we hear? How do we receive it: fear – echo – or, love? There’s more. Author Info: Learn & discover the Divine prophecies with Rabbi Simcha Weinberg from the holy Torah, Jewish Law, Mysticism, Kabbalah and Jewish Prophecies. The Foundation Stone™ is the ultimate resource for Jews, Judaism, Jewish Education, Jewish Spirituality & the holy Torah.