The future can very well be worse than a combination of the Holocaust, Inquisition and Crusader times.
Jewish People must all make aliyah, because in the long run, Israel will be the only place we can thrive and be safe.
Here we are Rosh Chodesh Nisan, less than two weeks before Passover Holiday is to begin. We're not supposed to think of Passover as cleaning and feasting, because it's a much more important Holiday than just that.
|Israeli Independence Day Prayers in Shiloh Tabernacle Synagogue|
Historically, according to the Bible, it begins when ten brothers gang up against their younger, favored brother and sell/banish him. He ends up in a foreign country where he reaches a position of authority and leadership.
Later Gd orchestrates a situation in which his entire family voluntarily exiles itself and joins him. They enter that foreign land as honored guests/immigrants being given the best land to cultivate and settle, but then everything changes. They find themselves dependent, enslaved by the ruler who has rewritten history to wipe out the good deeds of the brother. And for quite a while, just like the joke with the punchline, "we have three days to learn how to live underwater*," the Jewish People tried keeping quiet and cooperating. Yes, that sounds like Jews in Germany during the early stages of the Nazi regime.
Gd waited until the Jewish People finally cried out to Him, and that's when He sent a leader to help them escape.
- Now, how much must happen until World Jewry admits that it's in trouble?
- How bad must it get until World Jewry cries out in pain to Gd for help?
* (#1781) The three advisors [My thanks to John T for the following] As a result of global warming, a new flood is being predicted by all the world’s top scientists. They predict that it will be horrendous, wiping out maybe 70% of the world’s population. Not only that, but the Flood could be here in 3 to 4 days time. Oy vay iz meer! Many famous people start to appear on television giving advice. One such program has the Pope, the Dalai Lama and the Chief Rabbi appearing together. The Pope says, "It’s still not too late to accept Jesus as your Saviour." The Dalai Lama says something similar, "I appeal to all of humanity to follow Buddhist teachings. If you do, you can find nirvana in the wake of the disaster." But the Chief Rabbi has a totally different kind of message. He looks straight at the camera and says, "My people, we have just two or three days to learn how to live under water!"