however, a stranger in the land, a citizen of his own country and he does not circumcise himself. The Ger Toshav therefore cannot partake of the Passover.
THE GOY TZADDIK
The ring outermost to the two inner rings just described, is what is referred to the Ger Tzaddik or the "righteous Gentile."
This person, or persons who may make up a whole nation, serve as an outer skin for protection, shelter, defence and support of the inner ring against the profane world which continually seeks the destruction of God's people, His witnesses (Isaiah 43:10). The righteous Gentile normally remains among his own people, and sees himself as a watchman standing in the breach (Corrie Ten Boom is the most glorious example, but there are many others).
The work of the Goy Tzaddik can be compared to the defence system in the human body that is designed to attack and neutralize cancerous cells. Cancer cells try to imitate healthy cells thus they are a counterfeit of the true cell, profane to the core. Their job is to attempt to enter the true cell and destroy it from within.
The Goy Tzaddik therefore acts as defenders of the true cell (God's people, Israel). Because the Goy Tzaddik are scattered among their own nations they become the first line of defense from attack by the profane, counterfeit, spiritually cancerous cells which seek to destroy the true holy cells.
Since the change in times and laws are words against the most High (Daniel 7:25) the enlightened Goy Tzaddik, even in his own country, will keep God's