Dreaming of Moshiach

Monday, June 26, 2006

Gates of Tshuva

Pesach 2006

Sarah Imenu appeared to me while sleeping and told me the following. The last stages of Gogumagog will start very soon. It will seem as a regular day of the week and then the skies will darken, without prior warning. There will be many and very loud thunders and this is the sign that the gates of Tshuva is almost shutting down. The judgement of Bnei Israel will begin at this time and Sarah Imenu said to tell the Jews, as many as possible, that once the process will begin by Hakadosh Baruch Hu, it will be very quick and sudden.[+/-] show/hide text


Sarah Imenu, a'h, said to warn the Yehudim and she said that when it's time, I'll know what to do. She spoke of Esther Hamalka being married to Achshverosh Harasha. She was married to him for years before Haman (Imach Shmo) had the agreement from King Achashverosh to destroy the Jews. She did not have a plan, except to fast and tell Am Israel to do the same. When she appeared before Melech Achshverosh after fasting 3 days, she invited her "husband" and Haman to her party. It would seem like Esther Hamalka is making parties instead of davening to HaShem to annull the decree and at the time, the Jews also thought that. HaShem planned it this way so the Jews will not rely on Esther Hamalka. HaShem waited for the Jews to cry, beg, and daven to Him to reverse the decree.

The root of the word Shushan is Shesh (six) a reference to the Purim miracle's hidden face of G-d.

I remembered this dream while davening today during "Alenu Leshabe'ach" and I realized that the dream of Sara Imenu is connected to this blog - to tell the Yehudim to do Tshuva and warn all Jews that this needs to be done before the gates of Tshuva are closing completely. Do not rely on anyone except yourself - you still have the choice to be delivered safely from Galut to Geula. It is our responsibility to tell every Jew that this is time of Midat HaDin and nothing is hidden from HaShem, Ishtabach Shmo La'ad.

Having all these dreams does not mean that I am "safe" from Midat HaDin. I feel that I need to do Tshuva and all these dreams are warning me that HaShem is waiting p-a-t-i-e-n-t-l-y but there is not much time left and I'm not sure how to do Tshuva.

Rav Elchanan concluded that one must suffer the pangs of Moshiach, but the wise man will quietly prepare himself during that time—perhaps he will be worthy of seeing the comforting of Tzion and Yerushalyim. (Lev Eliyahu, Shemos, p.172)

Parashas Bechukosai and Parashas Ki Savo tell us that even God’s patience has a limit — not for His good, but for our good. What is that limit? How do we know we haven’t yet reached it? Given all the events of current times, the messages of the Torah, the hints of the midrashim, one must conclude that it is unsafe any longer to “drift” aimlessly on the meandering current of history, and deny a sense of urgency.

It's time to turn off the TV or the computer and open a Gemorra or Tehillim (Psalms). A soldier can't prepare himself for battle by playing Monopoly. But, don't take my word for it; listen to the giants of this generation, from Rabbi Ovadiah Yossef to Rabbi Chaim Kanyevski, with the Kabbalist and Chassidic Rebbes concurring, may they all have long and healthy days.

Our esteemed brothers in Chabad coined the term, "Moshiach Now!", but really, every human on earth should be yelling it. All "Moshiach Now" means is "Tshuva, now!!" Tshuva means "returning to Hashem" - for a Jew, it's the big 613 commandments and for a non-Jew, it's the Seven Noahide Mitzvas

We all must return to Hashem this very second. If a person hasn't made Tshuva - then it's too late.

Reb Chaim Kanievsky said, 'This is chevlei Moshiach. And the Gemora says, Harotzeh l'hinotzel mi'chevlei Moshiach ya'asok b'Torah u'b'gemillas chassadim. If one wants to be spared suffering in the days before the advent of Moshiach, become involved in Torah and gemillas chassadim

אמרו חז"ל: "אמר הקב"ה לישראל על הר סיני, אם זכיתם להצפין ולקבל תורתי ולעשותה, אני מציל אתכם משלש פורעניות, ממלחמת גוג ומגוג, מחבלו של משיח ומדינה של גיהנם" .

Chazal says: "HKB'H said to the Jews in Har Sinai, if you keep My Torah and Mitzvot, I will save you from 3 divine punishment: The war of Gog UMagog, Chevlei Moshiach and Hell"

בזכריה הנביא פרק י"ג י"ד שם כתוב את מה שאני אומר לגבי שני שלישי העולם. ואתה אומר במוסף: "הן גאלתי אתכם אחרית כראשית" מה בראשית שמונים אחוז מתו במצרים ועשרים אחוז נצלו, אף באחרית כך יהיה: שני שליש ושליש.
ועל השליש עוד נאמר: "וצרפתים כצרוף את הכסף ובחנתים כבחון את הזהב..", זה מה שנאמר: "והבאתי את השלישית באש". גם השלישית עוד יעברו צרוף אחר צרוף, לכן מי שחכם הרוצה להנצל ממלחמת גוג ומגוג יעסוק בתורה ובגמילות חסדים, אם הוא מחזיק בתורה וגומל חסדים עם אחרים הקב"ה גומל מידה כנגד מידה. אם עשית לפנים משורת הדין, אעשה עמך גם לפנים משורת הדין.
Navi Zacharia says 2/3 of the world will perish. Whomever wants to survive the War of Gog U Magog, occupy with Torah and charity. If he does this, HaShem will recompense measurement for measurement

שנזכה כולנו לחזור בתשובה שלמה ונזכה לביאת המשיח במהרה בימינו. א מ ן

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is right.
"We all must return to Hashem this very second. If a person hasn't made Tshuva - then it's too late."

The Gates are closing and people did not recive the Light....
Time is up.
No more time and words and tolerance for the blind who dont want to see the Light, the Moshiach...

6/27/2006  
Blogger AharonBenjamin said...

The Lubavitcher Rebbe said that we have already done teshuvah and i still believe that the message from the "Sandlar" is true, G-d willing every Jew (including the Chassidei Umos HaOlam and Bnai Noah) will go out of exile into the geulah shleimah b'chessed u'brachaimim - amen.

6/27/2006  
Blogger Yaakov Nathan said...

Eli also said (and is still saying) that every Jew will greet Moshiach. Lo yidach mimenu nidach!

6/27/2006  
Blogger AharonBenjamin said...

B"H

I was thinking about the comparison with Esther (HaMalkah) this evening during Maariv (especially since I am learning the tractate Megillah in the Talmud right now as well) and the following thought occurred to me. Esther was the wife of Mordechai yet she married the rasha Achashverosh and slept with him many times, (which is normally one of the 3 cardinal sins! "yaharog ve al yaavor") yet she did it, because she was in the category of being compelled, and she must have realized that this was going to (through Divine Providence) help her to make a vessel for HaShem's salvation, as later came about.

Perhaps we can say the same thing about the Jews in our days! In other words, we may look and see R'L many Jews not keeping the Shabbos, kashrus, tefillin etc. etc., and then we hear that the Rebbe had said in 5752 that 'we have already done teshuvah'?! How could it be?! But maybe, just as Esther the Malkah was in her heart 100% with HaShem and with Mordechai and wanting to fulfill His will, (even though externally she was forced to act in a way that was very different and even opposite R'L) so too, perhaps we can say that every Yid really wants to do all of HaShem's Mitzvos in their (even physical) heart of hearts, but only due to the "forcing" circumstances of the last moments of the exile, they are not yet able to bring this into actual expression, b'poel mamash, in several areas of observance.

HaShem will give 'Oz'/strength/Torah to His Nation, H' will bless His Nation with Shalom.

6/27/2006  

והיה השם למלך על כל הארץ, ביום ההוא יהיה השם אחד - ושמו אחד ישתבח שמו לעד לנצח נצחים בכל העולמות Blessed is His name for eternity in all worlds אין עוד מלבדו