Enough excuses. The next source to be disclosed is the remainder of Jewish scriptures. This includes but is not limited to the remainder of the Bible, the Oral Torah (commonly called the Talmud), the Zohar and others. Scriptures are replete with prophecy. In the Torah, for instance, every word, every letter, even the numerical value of each letter (another subject to be discussed) has profound prophetic significance. We have a long list of prophecies that we are told will happen in the time preceding the end (meaning the redemption, Messiah, 3rd
For now, let me tell you some prophecies that demonstrate how Hashem talks to us and guides us. What makes these examples chilling is the detail, not generalities. One example can be found in Isaiah 21 which talks of the prophecy of the downfall of
We get miraculous prophecies even from Rabbis down through the ages. Rabbi Shlomo Yitzhaki, who lived in the years 1040 to 1105, is known to us as Rashi (all the great sages throughout history are referred to by abbreviated names). Rashi did miraculous commentary on the entire Bible and the Oral Torah. In Ezekiel 47 we get a prophecy of waters flowing from the
One last miraculous bit of information (since today’s post is getting a little long). In the Torah Hashem tells Moses that the redemption will not happen until the two giants, Sichon and Og, are destroyed. Sichon and Og were two kings who were a hindrance to the Israelites entering the
Enough for today. This subject can go on for thousand of pages but, once again, it would have more of an impact if you discovered the information yourself. I will, however, be bringing up more exiting and mysterious findings as I go along. Many subjects to talk about, not enough time to do it.