Dreaming of Moshiach

Friday, July 18, 2014

Protecting Edge to Redemption

It's been a loooooong time since I last blogged but I saw something over at Yeranen Yaakov in the article Rav Fish's latest  and couldn't ignore it without publicly commenting on it. The article says Rav Fish Shlita heard in the name of a great Tzaddik of the Gedolei Yisrael Shlit"a:
The battle that began during these days in Gaza will not cease before World War 3 will develop from it.  World War 3 is the terrifying Gog Umagog War that all the prophets prophesied about, through which in the process, the King Mashiah will be revealed and he will redeem us as an eternal redemption.

Anyone I spoke with feels the same that the war צוק איתן Protective Edge is not just another passing thing and afterwards life will return to regular - our prayers are that from this war the redemption process will sprout.

In connection to the war, redemption, and Moshiach, I remembered seeing a video of the Lubavitch Rebbe zsk'l telling Bibi in 1990 (today Israel's Prime Minister) many things have progressed but what hasn't changed, however, is that Moshiach hasn't come. The Rebbe tells Bibi "there are still a few hours left in the day, so try to bring him today!".  The Rebbe told Bibi Netanyahu 24 years ago who at the time was a mere Knesset member that he has power to hasten the Moshiach's arrival and today we see that this prophecy is coming to fruition.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

I believe you meant 24 years, not 14...;)

So good to hear from you again.

CDG, Yerushalayim

Blogger nava said...

Oooops, time flies... u right it was 24 years ago...
Nice to be back :-)

Anonymous Dov Bar-Leib said...

More Exciting Tidbits


I heard that a Rav went to Rav Chaim Kanievsky, shlita, recently to ask for a haskamah (approval) letter for his soon to be published book. The book is about Eicha, lamentations that we read on Tisha B’Av. Rav Chaim said it won't be needed this year. Rav Chaim, who recently told us that Moshiach is at the door, is hinting to the fact that the mourning and fasting of Tisha B’Av will revert to a feast day. Tradition has it that when Moshiach is announced, Tisha B’Av will change from a fast day of lamentations to a feast day of celebration. Does that mean that Moshiach will be announced within the next three weeks? With all that is happening in the world, especially in Israel, I think it is looking very good, B”H

Posted by The Absolute Truth at 7:31 AM

Anonymous Mark said...

Messiah has indeed come, but ironically what you seek from Him will be accomplished upon His return. However, if we have rejected His work for us at His first coming, that is His atonement, then His reuturn will not be for us the joyfull event hoped for. We need to stop resisting Yeshua lest we find ourselves fighting against G-d. Shalom


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