The Impossible Story Of The Jews

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“Depart and go up from here, you and the people
whom you have brought out of the land of Egypt,
to the land of which I swore to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob,
saying ‘To your descendants I will give it.’
And I will send my Angel before you,
and I WILL DRIVE OUT the Canaanite and the Amorite
and the Hittite and the Perizzite and the Hivite and the Jebusite.”
Exodus 33:1-2

At this point God had brought the Israelites out of Egypt and they were travelling in the wilderness, on their journey to the promised land. God told Moses that HE would drive out the inhabitants of that land, because he was giving that land to the Israelites.

That was more than 3,000 years ago. Consider the fact that of all those peoples, only the Israelites, (the Jews) remain to this day.

If I had no other reason to believe, the story of Israel alone would be enough to establish my faith.

God took a people thousands of years ago, choosing this people for two reasons:

1. Through their story, God teaches us about himself and about his dealings with mankind.

“For whatever things were written before were written for our learning…”
Romans 15:4

2. It is through this people Israel, that God would sent the Messiah, Jesus Christ, to make an atonement for man’s sins.

That this people alone has survived all these thousands of years is truly miraculous. When was the last time you saw an Amorite or a Perizzite? You haven’t – because they no longer exist. They either died off through wars, or they were assimilated into nations that conquered them. Either way, they disappeared from history. They no longer exist as a people.

The Jews on the other hand, who were contemporary with them, are still with us and the Israel story goes on. Throughout the years of history, Satan has done all in his power to destroy them, because he knows very well their story. Satan knows that the Messiah comes through the Jewish people, and Satan knows that in the last days, that same Messiah will return and that will be the end of Satan’s story. Satan’s fate is the Lake of Fire, therefore he struggles to destroy the Jews so that that day can’t come.

The plots of the destruction of the Jews have continued throughout history. When Moses was born, Satan caused the Pharoah to command that all Jewish babies be murdered, and there was a great slaughter throughout the land of Egypt. Moses was spared because he was found in a basket by Pharoah’s daughter, and he was such a beautiful child that she took him and raised him herself. Had Moses not been spared, the Israel story would have ended.

Later, when the day came for the Messiah to be born, Satan caused Herod to kill all the male children two years old and under. Jesus was not murdered because God spoke to Joseph to take Mary and the child and flee to Egypt until Herod’s death.

The Jews have been the object of Satan’s wrath throughout history. In the 7th century, Satan raised up a man called Mohammed, who would forever try to destroy the Jews. Later, the church of Rome would persecute the Jews through the Inquisitions and the Crusades. In more recent times, Satan raised up a man named Hitler, who was determined to destroy all the Jews from the face of the earth. He succeeded in slaughtering six million of them, but he didn’t get them all. And currently -the Muslims have proclaimed very publicly, very loudly, and very clearly that they intend to finish the job, in the horrific rise of Al Qaeda, the Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, Fatah, and Hezbollah, all Muslim peoples who are determined to destroy them. In fact, right now they have tiny Israel surrounded. And currently, Israel’s greatest enemy is Iran, who is behind many of the terrorist groups, and who will be destroyed, along with Russia in the Exekiel 38 war which God himself will settle.

Well …the Jebusites are gone, the Hittites are gone, Pharoah, Herod, and Hitler are gone.

The Jews remain.

There has never been a people so continuously persecuted and hunted down as the Jewish people. Outside of God preserving them, they would have been destroyed a long time ago. Yet the Jew remains. And not only remains, but the Israelites have been returned to the homeland of their fathers from which they had been scattered for over 2,000 years. The same Jerusalem is their capital. And Hebrew, the language lost throughout those years is once again the language they speak. The land that went barren while they were gone, is once again flowing with milk and honey.

How is this possible?

Outside of God preserving them, it ISN’T.

When you understand the Israel story, all that’s happening in today’s news makes sense. It explains it all. We know where it comes from and where it’s going. We know that the generation seeing Israel back in the land of her fathers is the one trigger that tells us we’re in “the last days.”

What’s next? The great Tribulation through which Israel will be prepared to recognize her Messiah, the one they rejected so long ago.

When the Messiah comes, they will ask:

“What are those wounds in your hands?”
Zechariah 13:6

“…then they will look on me whom they pierced. Yes, they will
mourn for him as one mourns for his only son, and grieve for
him as one grieves for a firstborn.
Zechariah 12:10

Right now we’re poised for the rest of the story. All the signs say we’re almost there. This is not a good time to be out of favor with the Lord. The end of the ages is upon us.

 

Multiple Jewish Sources Point to Israel’s Election Impasse as the Gateway to Messiah

by Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz September 23, 2019

After a source close to Rabbi Kaduri cited a 40-year-old prediction by the now-deceased Rabbi predicting Israel’s current political impasse, several other prophetic sources, some more credible than others, were discovered confirming this prediction. One indicates that the election stalemate will lead to a heavenly battle that will decide the fate of all mankind.

Rabbi Kaduri’s Prediction

In June, Breaking Israel News published an article citing a 40-year-old prediction by Rabbi Yitzchak Kaduri, the most famous Kabbalist (mystic) in Israel until his death in 2006. According to an eyewitness, Rabbi Kaduri predicted that the Messiah will be revealed following an election stalemate in Israel. At a small gathering, Rabbi Kaduri was asked when the Moshiach (Messiah) will come. He answered, ‘When there will be elections but there will not be a government’.”

That prediction is even more powerful after the second round of elections held last week leave both major parties struggling to form a coalition government.

An article in Yisrael Hayom, a Hebrew language news service, confirmed Rabbi Kaduri’s prediction and added even more details. Yisrael Hayom reported on Monday that a book was found in the yeshiva Nahalat Yitzhak, founded in Jerusalem by Rabbi Kaduri’s son, Rabbi David Kaduri, with a focus on the study of Kabbalah (mysticism). The book, titled “O’Shvuato L’Yischak” (‘and an oath to Yitzchak’ from Psalms 105:9), was written by Rabbi Yitzchak Kadouri when he was quite young and hidden away.

In the book there is a startling section which reads:

“On the eve of the fifth cycle of a thousand years, the year 5780 (this new year) is a year of fixing. There will be no government in Israel for an extended period and the different camps will fight and argue a great deal without any conclusion in this way or the other. Then, on Rosh Hashanah, (the Jewish New Year) the side of holiness will battle the side of darkness in heaven until God himself and his Hosts will decide the issue.”

“And this is all I can say about this issue,” Rabbi Kaduri wrote.” I have been sworn to not reveal any more secrets.”

The article quoted an interview with an anonymous Moshe N., the assistant to Yossi Kaduri, Rabbi Yitzchak Kaduri’s grandson.

“The handwritten manuscripts that we received directly from Rabbi [Yitzchak] Kaduri that speak about the redemption and the failure to form a government prior to the coming of the Moshiach are very similar to what has been published but the wording in the publications is imprecise. Similar predictions were written by Rabbi Kaduri’s learning partner, Rabbi Menachem Menashe who wrote the book ‘Ahavat Chayim’ (love of life) in his commentary on the section of the Torah Ki Tavo, which we read last week, which describes what will be in the end-of-days, and the war against the Mixed Multitude and how they will be in the majority.

“The predictions in Rabbi Kaduri’s handwritten manuscripts are similar, except that they are more detailed and he names this year specifically as a year that can be a year of redemption. While he did not write the words ‘election campaign.’ This is an interpretation of his words, but he did write about the struggle between the various groups in the people of Israel, and that this is a stage on the road to salvation and one of its signs. In any case, in the end, salvation depends only on us, the people of Israel, and it may or may not be fulfilled. “

A Questionable Source for the Same Prophecy

This prediction is also reported to have been brought in an ancient book “Brit Afarsimon” written by Rabbi Sasson Hai Shoshani who was called” the Prophet from Egypt”:

“There will come the day when two ministers from the kingdom of Israel will be victorious. Both of them will be named ‘Benjamin’ and neither will succeed in establishing his government and kingdom. On that day, you will know and understand that the king of Moshiach (Messiah) is already standing at the door and on the Shabbat following this, he will be revealed. Realize it and remember it.”

It should be noted that neither Yisrael Hayom nor this reporter could find any reference or information regarding Rabbi Sasson Hai Shoshani or his book mentioned in the article in the article.

Other Reputable Sources for the Same Prophecy of Political Precursor to Messiah

Hadrei Haredim, an ultra-Orthodox Hebrew language news source, contested the report of any such prediction by Rabbi Kaduri but noted that other Jewish sources did hint that such a political situation as the one facing Israel today could be a precursor to Moshiach. Hadrei Haredim cited Rabbi Meir Leibush ben Yechiel Michel Wisser, a 19th-century Biblical commentator known as the Malbim. In his commentary on the 12th chapter of the Book of Daniel, the Malbim wrote:

“When the rule of the minister’s who stood on the banks of the Nile ends, then the rule of heaven will begin.”

The article suggests that the word for ‘bank’ (שפת) hints at the year that is about to begin, 5780, which is written with the Hebrew letters שפת.

The article in Hadrei Haredim cites another source from the book “Maaseh Ish” (the deeds of man) written by Rabbi Chaim Brim, who passed away in 2002. Rabbi Brim cited his teacher, Rabbi Avraham Yeshaya Karelitz, the leader of Haredi Judaism in Israel in the first half of the twentieth century, known as the Chazon Ish.

“I heard from my teacher,” Rabbi Brim wrote. “It does not seem that the holy Messiah will redeem us from them, that is to say, that we will not pass into the kingdom of the Messiah from ‘their’ [secular] government.”

This is explicitly stated by the Chazon Ish who wrote, “The Messiah will not receive the state from Zionism.”