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As more and more pieces are found in Scripture of the Great Puzzle of the End Time Events which are now in
process and which are leading to the Final Redemption, the Ultimate Truth now revealing itself seems to protrude faster and faster. Such revealing knowledge has been promised by the Prophet Daniel:
Daniel 12:4 “But as for you, Daniel, keep these words secret and seal the book until the time of the End. Many will go back and forth and search anxiously [through the scroll], and knowledge [of the purpose of God as revealed by His prophets] will increase.”
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What is this ‘Primary Goal’ which the Tabernacle (the topic of the next 15 weekly Parashiyot) refer to? According to our Rabbinic Sages: “The Divine Directive on the Tabernacle is not merely another Commandment from G-d, but it is the goal of everything that has preceded it; it was the purpose of the exodus from Egypt; it was foreseen by the Patriarchs. Indeed, we are even taught, that as a main, divine idea, the concept of the Mikdash precedes Creation. It can be said to be the very Goal of Creation.” What is all this hinting at?…
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Mercy, compassion, clemency, forgiveness, sympathy, empathy, leniency, concern
(Parashat Mishpatim: Exodus 21:1 – 24:18 – Haftarah Mishpatim: Jeremiah 33:25-26, 34:8-22)
Chen, Chesed v’Rachamim (pronounce ‘ch’ as in ‘Bach’) is the Mirror reflecting HaShem’s Love for ALL His Creation, in which we should judge ourselves daily. Let us paste it on our mirrors. It is the characteristics without which no one would be able to become citizens of His Eternal Kingdom. It is the essentials underlying the entire Geulah (Final Redemption) scenario which we are now facing before the approaching Geulah. It is …
Parashat Yitro Exodus 18:1 – 20:23
Haftarah Yitro Isaiah 6;1 – 7:6; 9;5 – 6 (Isaiah 6,1-13)
The Shechinah (visible Presence of G-d) left His Nation when the 1st Temple was destroyed – and has never yet returned. The 2nd Temple was devoid of this Shechinah. Much is written by the Jewish Sages about the Return of the Shechinah but generally it points forward to the Time when the two divided Houses of Israel will reconcile and re-unite into ONE Nation. Sadly, this Reconciliation process is passed over by the Nation by laying it in the hands of a future ‘Messiah’ to achieve.
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Parashat Beshalach: Exodus 13:17 – 17:16
Haftarah Beshalach: Judges 4:4 – 5:31 (Judges 5:1 – 31)
In his video commentary on Parashat Beshalach, Rabbi Riskin reveals the Golden Guideline for preparing ourselves for the Final Redemption. He recalls Rashi’s commentary on the event in this Parashah when Moses starts praying to G-d for help as they reach the barrier of the Sea, with Farao’s troops drawing up from behind. What was G-d’s response to him ….?
The context of all Scripture, as interpreted by Jewish Sages throughout the Ages, determines the vital necessity for the reconciliation and re-unification of all 12 Tribes of Israel, gathered back to the Land from exile, in order for the Shechinah of G-d to return to His People. In this way G-d intends to dwell amongst His People in His Universal Kingdom which will serve as a Light unto the Nations. This entails a Process of Redemption in a series of four stages – of which we now seem to have reached the final 3rd and 4th.
Parashat Va’erah’ – and He appeared … (unto Moses).
The Creator created all by Himself – including man and woman. Now He needs His People to UNITE, to become His Servant, His Witness who will bring His Light and Glory to the Nations. This places a great responsibility on those who wish to be His elect. READ MORE >>>
We have recently commented repeatedly how that some of our most common phrases used to determine main concepts of our Faith, do NOT appear in the Scriptures at all. We will be featuring yet another one of these, Shechinah – sprouting from our Parashat commentaries this week.
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With this week’s Parashat Va’yechi we reach the end of the most significant Prophetic metaphor for the Times that we are living in: that of Yoseph, the Family Restorer. Yoseph devoted all of his ingenuity as an illustrious World Ruler in the Egyptian Empire in order to restore and reconcile his family of which his own brothers sold him into slavery after almost murdering him. This final…
The Haftarah this week, most emphatically and magnificently confirms our Kol Hator (KHT) Vision …
This week’s Parashat Miketz falls in the week of Chanukah, the Feast of Light. The Rabbinic commentaries that we link to (at the foot of this article) places great accent on this factor of Light. They seek the deep connection between Parashat Miketz and Chanukah. It is all about the interceding by ‘Yosef’ – the present day metaphorical fulfilment…
Who is Yoseph today?