Dreaming of Moshiach

Friday, November 17, 2006

Who To HaShem?

יום חשך ואפלה יום ענן וערפל כשחר פרש על ההרים עם רב ועצום כמהו לא נהיה מן העולם ואחריו לא יוסף עד שני דור ודור
For a day of dark and deep shade is near, a day of cloud and black night: like a black cloud a great and strong people is covering the mountains; there has never been any like them and will not be after them again, from generation to generation. (Joel 2:2)

In the dream of 25-26 Cheshvan, I saw Jews running in fear and absolute confusion. The Jews didn't know which way to run and turn. The fear and despair was overwhelming, the air was thick with panic and anxiety. We all knew that the day arrived.

The God-fearing Jews were repeatedly saying, "כי בא יום יהוה כי קרוב The day of HaShem has arrived and is near".

I was yelling "עורו ישנים משנתכם ונרדמים הקיצו מתרדמתכם - Wake up sleepers from your sleep, awaken from your hibernation.

DO TESHUVA!!! THE GATES OF TESHUVA ARE SHUTTING FOREVER. The black clouds are signals of warning. The loud thunders you are hearing are the gates of teshuva creaking as they are being shut close.

WAKE UP AND DO TESHUVA RIGHT NOW. Let your hearts be broken, come back to HaShem, your God: for He is full of grace and pity, slow to be angry and great in mercy, REPENT NOW".

Many Jews were crying, asking HaShem for forgiveness and begging to be saved. I knew this was my destiny and needed to save as many Jews as possible. I said "מי לה' אלי WHO TO HASHEM? Come to me" and miracously, its echo reverberated for all to hear.

Upon hearing it, my brothers and sisters ran towards me and I opened "the door" for them to enter. The "door" miracously expanded, permitting plenty of room for all to enter the "safe zone".

Some Jews who did not yet repent, although they were trapped between life and death, were arguing that there is not enough room for them to enter, despite watching many repenting Jews entering the "safe door". I answered that there is plenty of room for everyone and they should enter the door, before it's too late.

HaShem decides who will ultimately survive or not. I understood that our Merciful Father, even at the last minute, was giving them the "free will" to choose.




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