Sunday, July 8, 2012

The Absolute Truth that I Have Been Avoiding


There are some very touchy subjects that I have not discussed for reasons that will become obvious shortly.  Mostly I have avoided these topics because they may appear to be very offensive to some of my readers.  Since I have gotten Emails questioning various topics that I have been avoiding, I thought it was high time to stop being a coward and tell the absolute truth.

The sensitive topic that I have been avoiding is who is the Messiah and even more sensitive is who is not the Messiah?  I received a very good incentive from a blog post by Yeranen Yaakov this past Friday: http://yeranenyaakov.blogspot.co.il/2012/07/and-do-you-know-what-else-rav-kaduri.html .  This excellent blog gave some very good evidence that the Messiah is not the deity that the Christians have been waiting for.  There is so much evidence in Scriptures and from the commentary of our sages and many great rabbis throughout history that the Christian Messiah is a false Messiah, a false prophet and definitely not Hashem posing as a human being on earth.


First let me explain why this is important.  In my effort to save the world and prevent people from an eternity of suffering, I know it is time to tell the absolute truth.  Since there have been missionaries for thousands of years trying to get Jews to stray from the ways of Hashem, it is time to let the missionaries know that their eternity is one of suffering and anguish, but also, how thoroughly evil it is for them to perpetuate their lies and ruin the eternity of others.  Since there is extensive proof that the Messiah is already here, lives in Jerusalem and is not their false Messiah, it is time to right the wrongs of history.  Additionally, a ploy that was started in the 1980s, funded by the Lutheran Church, was Messianic Judaism also known as Jews for J.  Knowing that the only path of salvation for Jews and non-Jews alike is Hashem, much effort must be done and must be done quickly.

Let me assure you that the most profound message that we get from Scriptures is that Hashem is One.  Any thought of talking to Hashem through a human being or any graven image is called idolatry.  Idolatry is one of the most abominable concepts to Hashem according to His Scriptures.  When we go to the cemetery to memorialize our departed loved ones, we are not supposed to talk to the departed but to tell Hashem our desires for our loved ones. We don't talk to dead people and we definitely don't talk to headstones – that is idolatry.  Praying to someone who died over 2000 years ago is idolatry.  Giving him a title as the son of Hashem is also ludicrous considering we are all children of our father in heaven.  That we see throughout Scriptures and we even say it daily in our prayers.

So much could be said about how dangerous the customs of Christianity and other religions are to the Jewish soul but the more important message I wish to relay is that it is all a mute point.  There is no longer a debate.  The real Messiah is here.  He lives in Jerusalem and will be introduced to the world, I believe with all the evidence, by the end of the year 5772 which is imminent.

Many years ago I saw that there are two places in the Torah that talk about the abomination of wood and stone (Deuteronomy 4:28 and 28:36).  The sin of following deities of wood and stone is a strong message from Hashem about Christianity and Islam.  In one place where it talks about wood and stone we find in code with skipped letters the names “Yeshu and Mohamed.”   The other place the words “cross and crescent” are encoded.  The message of how dangerous it is to follow false gods is clear.

A very important prophecy to take note of is that of Obadiah.  This one page prophecy tells of the end of Edom.  There is no doubt that Edom, the descendents of Esau, were the Romans that became Christians.  In other words the end of Christianity is clearly spelled out in Scriptures and the introduction of the real Messiah is imminent.  The Arizal, who knew the reincarnation of people, stated that Yeshu was Esau returned.  Since we are talking a dastardly end for all Christians, it is advisable that all Jews and non-Jews alike turn to the true ways of Hashem as taught to us in Scriptures.  Read Obadiah and see for yourself what Hashem has planned.

We all must internalize that the Bible is the word of Hashem and is the only path to a successful and happy eternity. The so-called New Testament, as admitted by the church, was written by man.  It has many errors in it which verifies that it could not have come from or been inspired by Hashem.  The only truth that exists in the New Testament is that which has been repeated from Jewish Scriptures.  The best way I've heard it described is "anything true is not new; and, anything new is not true."  The only prophecy that has come true is that which was plagiarized from Jewish Scriptures.  Even the prophecy that their Messiah will return is tainted.  It says he will return “soon” – if 2000 years can be called soon, then the credibility throughout the book is nonexistent.

I could write a book supporting all the arguments against the false religions of the world.  I seem to have been writing a book with this blog about the validity of Judaism and following the ways of Hashem.  This is not just the End of Days, this is the end of the End of Days.  All concerns about Hashem’s chosen people and the Jew hatred that has existed for thousands of years are at an end.  All the prophecies about what will happen just before the coming of the Messiah have happened or are happening every day.  We now know beyond a shadow of a doubt that any Jew that strays from Torah Judaism will suffer.  Believing in Yeshu or any false deity is total nonsense even for the gentile; the evidence is clear and unshakable.  What is at stake?  Your eternal life forever and ever (and the lives of your loved ones that you will either guide to tremendous joy or eternal suffering).  I wouldn't gamble based on false prophesy.  It's your eternity.

I apologize if I have offended anyone, but after the "too late date," all will become clear including my noble intentions.  Your welcome (in advance).

24 comments:

  1. You said: The real Messiah is here. He lives in Jerusalem and will be introduced to the world, I believe with all the evidence, by the end of the year 5772 which is imminent.

    You're that confident that you can write those words?? What if you're wrong?

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    1. My sources are many and extremely reliable. I am not disclosing my information since I believe I know who it is (I believe I have shaken his hand). But I have a question for you. If he is not there, should people be following a false Messiah against Hashem's will? The evidence against the false Messiah is overwhelming and would take me hours to exhaust. Also, read my post of 6 Apr entitled: "So, When is Moshiach Going to be Announced?" Start with the two questions at the beginning. Ask 10 people those questions and then determine if Moshiach is here or not even without all the evidence.

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    2. Chalom Ben SimhaJuly 9, 2012 at 1:17 AM

      oh, so you've shaken his hand ... Do you know who you are talking about ? I mean, seriously, we're talking about The future King of this entire world !

      So , i won't ask you what did the mashiah look like, but please, could you describe the man that you 've shaken his hand ? And don't tell me long beard and black hat please ... be precise

      Thank you

      Chalom

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  2. I believe Messiah in the United States. So, what is the absolute truth for 1 concept and different believes.

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  3. You cannot claim to know mashiach. This discredit your blog

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    1. I said I believe I know (not for sure). There are four names from Gemorah that are possible for Moshiach. The individual I am referring to meets all the requirements of Moshiach according to Tenach, Talmud, Zohar, etc. I am speculating the possibility (which there is nothing wrong with).

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  4. Tell us how God annointed him. Then we will know if you shook his hand or not.

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    1. There is a potential Moshiach in every generation. The one who will become Moshiach who is alive now only has his own neshamah and will not been given the neshamah of Moshiach until the time designated. That includes his anointment. Dovid Hamelech was a regular person before he was anointed King. Same for Moshiach.

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  5. He shook your hand? But if your name is Devorah, how is that possible? Or is that a pseudonym and you are really a guy?

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    1. My name is Menachem and my beard is long enough that many Gedolim have shaken my hand. Where did you get Devorah?

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    2. Sorry, I got to your blog via PalmTreeofDevora and did not realize that she had not written this...my apologies...

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  6. Maybe they r confusing u with Shirat Devorah blog or tomer Devorah

    You must have worked on your Neshama really hard and focused for what and who you know....
    For those of us who are not "in the loop", how does one stay strong?  I used to be a great cheerleader...still am sometimes...so much further to go.....if Machiach comes now what if you are still struggling with so much negativity?

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  7. I have a question Rav Menachem. I had a house guest on Shabbos- a very G-d centered Jew who goes to Chabad. We had a wonderful meal (him and our family) but when the wine went in the truth came out that he truly believes that the Rebbe, Menachem Scneerson z"l is mashiach. He stated that he, the Rebbe, could get up out of his grave at any time as the sages teach us that a tzadik never dies. He also stated that xtianity and Judaism aren't so different though they stole lots of concepts from us. (resurrection for one) Could you talk about that a little bit? I so appreciate this blog and the Truth.

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    1. It has been 20 years since the Rebbe had his debilitating stroke, and it has been 18 years since he passed on, zt"l. There are about 30,000 of these Meshichists who believe to varying degrees that the Rebbe has to be Mashiach. There were about 30,000 Bnai Ephraim who left Egypt about 30 years too early, thinking that the Redemption from Egypt had arrived. I would venture to say that these 30,000 wayward Jews are one and the same.

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  8. It is said that in every generation there is one who can become the Moshiach when and if the time is right for his coming. As an observant and very active Noahide, I look forward to the coming of the Mosiach. As one who was raised in a very fundamental x-tian background, I know that x-tians want nothing more than to get the entire world to believe what they believe. Living in the heart of the Bible Belt, my life as a Noahide is difficult, but thanks to Hashem, I have access to several Orthodox Rabbis who have made it their mission to teach Noahides in the ways of Torah. My the Mosiach be revealed in our time (before I finish this message would not be too soon).

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  9. What's the diffrence between the guy who thinks the Rebbe will rise up, and thinking that you have shaken Moshiach's hand in Jerusalem? Is everyone into wishful thinking here??

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  10. Why can't you say who you think Moshiach is? Did someone swear you to secrecy?

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  11. questions to ask when looking for a messiah

    1.how old is he
    (moshe rabeinu was around 80 when he led Israel out of Egypt . king David was annointed in his 30's and led the people at a later date.

    2 . what has he experienced in life ( wife , kids , family , parents , friends.
    how would u connect to such a leader .

    has he experienced war . can a man who has never fought a battle lead others on a path for survival. if he is to young of a man than he would not have experienced the sweetness of life nor its hardships.

    can a man without a family lead those who fear losing theirs.

    3. how does he live .
    he must be well versed in torah , and observe the mitzvot.he must have a clean means of parnasa not dependent on anyone. not a salesman, nor a merchant of anykind. not a healer . nor a rabi. as moses he did not even take a single donkey from the people. maybe a soldier of some sort

    4 . he cannot be openly known for anyone who has met him and embarsed him for not knowing of who he is for any means would be shamed
    5. he must be able to connect to all types of jews and their diffrence observance levels not just a leader of one type of group but a person who is groupless.

    what does that leave u with
    a man born in the states who moved to israel and joined the army.fought in some battles . is observant in the mitzvot is married and has children. has a clean means of living and is 100% incorruptible.

    the search is reasonable . access records of American jews who moved to israel in the last max 40 to 50 yrs joined the army have children . are still keeping mitvot , and have a clean method of living

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  12. "has he experienced war ."

    King David started out as a shepherd.

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  13. I think most people are afraid that Mashiach is just around the corner. In most cases, not all, people don't want to change or aren't ready to change. They're still sitting in their favorite comfortable chair watching the world go by as if they have all the time in the world.

    We need to remember that our sages teach that the final redemption will occur as the did the redemption from Mitzrayim. This includes the cultureal assimilation, attitudes, complacency, etc. that exists today among jews. And becausee of this we know that 4/5ths of Am Yisrael died during the 9th plague--the plague of darkness, which was a spiritual darkness, a lack of "sight", a lack of "vision" of the current events.

    We also know from Likutei Moem Loez that Ephrayim left Mitzrayim before Moshe Rabbeinu because they "though" the slavery had ended. Here we learn that the slavery in Egypt was not a physical slavery. It was one, as I mentioned above, of cultural assimilation...

    I also think you need to disable the anonymity option of the blog. It allows people to hide behind a wall and throw stones, just like the arabim.

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  15. Menachem,

    Thank you for the link and the compliment.

    I will reciprocate by letting you know that you by far have the best new blog of the year.

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  16. You said: "We don't talk to dead people and we definitely don't talk to headstones – that is idolatry. Praying to someone who died over 2000 years ago is idolatry. "

    Yes, Praying to the dead is idolatry.

    But the gomorrah and halacha talk about praying to Hashem in the merit of the tzaddik; and also it is possible to talk to the tzaddik.

    All the best,
    Ben

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