Friday, September 16, 2011

Rabbi Nir Ben Artzi's Message - Parshat Ki Tavo 5

Rabbi Nir ben Artzi Parshat Ki Tavo 5771
A Message to Am Yisrael, in the Land and in the world:

The King of Kings, the Holy One Blessed be He, continues and will continue to shake the entire world. Each day He raises the bar, until he dismantles the evil in the world - the hatred and jealousy. The Creator has already begun to direct the world in a new direction.

In is incumbent on all Jews to adhere to the Ten Commandments, and thus to be prepared to welcome the Mashiach!

This period is similar to that of Noach’s time. The difference is that in the time of Noach, humans behaved like animals, but today, they are dressed in suits.
The Holy One expects Am Yisrael to be a holy and pure nation, worthy and prepared to greet Mashiach. The Creator affects and diminishes powers in the world, every second, every minute, each hour and day. We feel the leadership of the Holy One , he will not ignore  any nation in the world. He will purify and cleanse all of them, until there is a world of peace, love and unity. Whoever cannot handle this, will not merit a place in this world.

The challenges are: to turn the bitter into sweet, hatred into love, theft and robbery into kindness, and jealousy into being satisfied with just a little. This is the aim of the Holy One and this will absolutely happen!

The Rabbis and Jewish leaders here and throughout the world, must work toward unity within Am Yisrael and love among fellow Jews. The strength of Am Yisrael is in their unity, love and kindness - even without expecting anything in return. The Rabbis must initiate prayers in all synagogues and all places in the Land, in order to serve as a protection from Arab leaders, whose aim is to destroy the Jewish nation.

Leaders of Israel, be strong and do not listen to any other nation. There is no nation in the world that desires the good of Israel. If we don’t help ourselves - no one else in the world will help us. We need to take advantage of this time, all of Am Yisrael - religious and not religious, those observant of the mitzvot and those not observant - all need to come together and unify as a protection for Am Yisrael.

The Creator is showing Am Yisrael that we cannot trust any Arab leader. See how even Turkey, which has no shared border with Israel - for many years peace reigned and commerce between our nations was good - even so, because of one word- their leader changed his colors from friend to enemy! Clearly, there is no trustworthy Arab leader!

Members of the Israeli government, do not believe any Arab leader - they have evil intentions! The Creator is creating an entirely new world. Eretz Yisrael is the most protected, strong, pure and holy place in the entire world. In her merit the entire world exists.

To Jews the world over, stop “playing” with Hashem; everything has its limits. The Holy One desires every Jew to come to Eretz Yisrael! Notwithstanding the disturbances around us, the Holy One is telling Jews to come immediately to Eretz Yisrael. The Holy One is telling Jews: the challenges throughout the world are your challenges as well! Leave the world of materialism, sell everything and come to live in the Holy Eretz Yisrael! Blessing and success for the world’s Jews has come to an end.

In Eretz Yisrael there are plenty of ways for a Jew to earn a living, and this will always be so. Real estate will continue to expand and the Creator is preparing the infrastructure for every Jew to come to the Holy Land. The Holy One gives up on no one - He will bring everyone on aliyah!

Regarding all the nations that surround us, their own swords will stab their hearts. Every nation that rebels against Eretz Yisrael will be hit hard - economically, socially and nationally.

The leader of Turkey said what he said - and will receive a mighty blow from the Creator! All forces of nature will continue to affect the world, except for the Holy Eretz Yisrael, as a preparation to reveal King Mashiach mercifully.

Translation provided by Rabbi Elan Adler.

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