Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Mashiach's Arrival: Now, Later or When?

Rabbi David Pinto Shlita



אורנה ניצבת. דוד מלך ישראל חי וקיים said...

A lot of wise words.
I have to add some from someone here in Israel, where the Shechina is hovering above and wait till we are all here:

Hashem put an idea in my head. If everyone reading this post would pass it on to everyone we know, and have them pass it on to everyone they know, the worldwide redemption would occur immediately. Let us start a campaign to prevent the need for the world getting scarier. Since Hashem wants all the Jews, and let me include all righteous non-Jews (that should include the lost tribes of Israel), to come together in unity, Achdus, let us use this miracle called the internet and talk to as many people as possible.

This is not speculation, but guaranteed to work. Hashem wants to give us His goodness, not force us to happy times by scaring us. The threat of war, weather problems, earthquakes, volcanoes, tornadoes, world hunger, disease, evil leaders, evil governments, etc, etc, etc DO NOT HAVE TO HAPPEN – WE CAN STOP IT.

A very huge concern of the Jews around the world is the desire to make Aliyah. All Jews outside of Israel are asking: "how can I just give up my life and run?" The simple answer is: Moshiach is announced and brings you and your loved ones here. All scary events are curtailed and you are on your way. We know that all negative prophecies do not have to happen -- it is up to us. Simple solution.
(from rav Menachem, absolutetruth613, wise man in practice).
Please all you real rabbis outside, your job NOW IS TO BRING US BACK HOME. Please be part of Mashiah too!

Avi said...

Mashiach po! We know that from the unfolding of events according to Hebrew prophecies. His revealing now isn't necessary, as it was in the case of Moshe from the very beginning. The process of Geulah, that has begun already, proves also that Mashiach is active doing his mission.
Do we have to discover who that man is? Not really! Better look at yourself and do what is right, thus qualifying for a portion in olam haba.