Sunday, April 10, 2016

Time of Redemption which was Missed in Bible Code – Rav Glazerson

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One of my dear readers sent me a message that came about from a Rav Glazerson video. Here is the message:
According to Rabbi Glazerson we really blew it during Purim. Had we done teshuva, observed the laws, stopped bickering and showed more loving-kindness towards our fellow Jew, it is possible Moshiach would have been introduced. We may have another chance soon...Amazing video.
Just wanted to share with fellow bloggers, if you think it is appropriate.
Watch the Rav Glazerson video and take it to heart:

https://youtu.be/pAX2ryz9mtA

My response:

It is extremely appropriate, and a well written message. I have received messages from readers saying “More predictions that didn’t happen.” I have been saying for years that Judaism is not a spectator sport. We are the team on the field and whether we win or lose is up to us. It is so discouraging when we see Jews say: “we’ll see,” as opposed to “Do First, Understand Later.”

The Jews accepted the Torah with the statement “na’aseh v'nishmah” – “we will do, and we will hear.” If we want something to happen such as the worldwide redemption, world peace, Moshiach, health, prosperity, no conflict, no war, no terrorism, no Yetzer Harah, etc, etc, etc, we have to do Hashem’s will, His instructions and it is all ours. We are least of all in “a wait and see” time in history. Before you complain about what is happening or what is not happening, look in the mirror and ask: Did I do first, and then try to understand later?”

For four years I have said: what we get is measure for measure based on what we give. If we follow Hashem, we get goodness in return. If we wait for everyone else to follow Hashem, you know the answer to that one. I have said it many, many times: All Jews and righteous non-Jews will be saved, but how difficult a trip to salvation is completely up to the individual.

Get to work!!!! Pesach is coming and is a very, very good opportunity to bring the extremely happy ending – it is up to us.


There is another video from Rav Glazerson that repeats another message that I have been saying for years:  We are not waiting for Moshiach, he is waiting for us.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVuFqRWymgo&nohtml5=False 

8 comments:

  1. So depressing....
    Wish I could do something more

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    1. Pesach is closer than we think. Let's make it happen.

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  2. Thank you Rav.. for this new post...

    Noahide i be.. but will try my best to do this too.. fall i do.. many times.. but manage with Hashem's help and help from you blog.. to stand and try again..
    Hashem bless you and yours.

    Hashem bless all who come here.. Amen.

    sc

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    1. Since I feel so strongly that Noachides are very likely members of the lost tribes, your Teshuvah is as important, if not more so, than any Jew.

      Remember that the prophet told us 1/3 of the world population will survive. That is about 2.5 billion people. There is an estimated 13 to 15 million Jews in the world. That means over 2 billion righteous non-Jews are in Hashem's favor. You sc are right up there with the best. The world needs all the help you can give us. You are important.

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    2. Shalom Rav..
      Wonder if this makes any sense or relates anyway to Niburu?
      http://mytoba.ca/featured/kepler-spacecraft-goes-emergency-mode/
      curious...

      sc

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    3. Kepler is interesting, but not used for close space surveillance. It has found many planets beyond our solar system.

      If it had been used to detect Nibiru, its results would be Top Secret like Hubble and SOHO. The government is still in a silence mode with NASA sightings. Of course, Kepler running into an emergency could be part of another cover-up.

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  3. Naysayers don't do anything and then claim these predictions are bogus. You claim that these predictions only work if you do something. The truth is that doing is all that matters. So why bother with predictions? Rambam was right.

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    1. Good question. See today's post, when it's done.

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