A Jerusalem resident familiar with the Kotel was surprised to find water flowing from the stones in a decidedly pre-Messianic manner. Though the source was mundane, it is cause for retrospection into what the signs preceding Messiah will look like when they actually do appear.
The State of Israel is currently celebrating 50 years since the liberation of Jerusalem, as well as Judea, Samaria and the Golan Heights in 1967. While these miraculous events took most Israelis by surprise, there was one Jew who precisely foretold of their occurrence, as well as that of other significant events, some 200 years in advance.
On Thursday, the day after the holiday of Shavuot, hundreds of people gathered in the Old CIty of Jerusalem for a reenactment of the Temple service known as bikurim, or the “bringing of the first fruits.” The ceremony included a special thanksgiving offering that sealed the recent Sanhedrin ruling establishing the boundaries of Jerusalem for the Third Temple.
A massive lightning storm that hit southern England last Sunday could be a sign that the end-of-days is imminent, a prominent rabbi claimed in Jerusalem on Wednesday, pointing to a hint in the Bible that may specify the British Isle as the target of this pre-Messianic wake-up call.
BISHOP GOES UNHINGED AND TELLS IT LIKE IT IS! Bishop William Scoggins LOSES IT over the public’s lack of awareness and concern of the fulfillment of Great Sign in Revelation 12. This is a Major PROPHECY ALERT!!!
Do you hear the alarm sounding?
On Thursday, the Jerusalem Covenant, a document affirming the eternal unity of Jerusalem as the chosen heart of Israel and the Jewish people, was presented to Deputy Minister Michael Oren at a multifaith gathering celebrating Jerusalem’s Jubilee. The document was signed by over 152,000 Israel supporters from around the world.
To mark Jerusalem Day and the 50th anniversary of the reunification of the city, the Israel Antiquities Authority and the Nature and Parks Authority unveiled Thursday 2,000-year-old evidence of the battle for Jerusalem on the eve of the destruction of the Second Temple.
Christians around the world will be celebrating their respective holidays, the 42 families of Amona will watch as police and soldiers come pouring into their town to remove them from their homes. Ironically, some rabbis are seeing great, even Messianic beginnings in what appears at first glance to be an onslaught of unnecessary destruction.
One of the basic tenets of Judaism is the belief that the messiah (Mashiach-מְשִׁ֥יחַ in Hebrew) can arrive at any moment. Three times a day, orthodox Jews pray that everything required for Mashiach’s arrival will happen imminently.
Five years from now, the light from the ancient collision of two stars will reveal a brand-new star in the night sky. According to Jewish esoteric sources, this is precisely the celestial phenomenon which will accompany the arrival of the Messiah.