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Sunday, April 16, 2017

Tikkun Leil Shevi'i Shel Pesah - All About Mashiah

Reposted from last year:


As can be found in Keri'ei Mo'ed and copied into text form by Hashem1.net 10 11 years ago, the Tikkun Leil Shevi'i Shel Pesah contains a great compilation of Mashiah-related sources that are to be read before halachic midnight on the 7th night of Pesah.  It was compiled by the Kabbalist Dayan R' Binyamin Halevi (5330-5436) from Tzefat in his book Hemdat Yamim.

However, as Hashem1.net points out, reading it is really beneficial any day of the year.

4 Comments:

At Sun Apr 16, 12:26:00 PM 2017, Anonymous angela said...

Are there any English translations of this Hebrew Text available?

 
At Sun Apr 16, 01:59:00 PM 2017, Blogger yaak said...

Not that I'm aware of.

 
At Sun Apr 16, 05:48:00 PM 2017, Anonymous angela said...

Thank you...

 
At Mon Apr 17, 05:09:00 AM 2017, Anonymous Dror said...

We may attempt to visualize the events between Pesach 5777 and Pesach 5778. Relevant scholars of Geulah have identified this time period as the most troublesome in the human history.
Never before powerful state entities are on the collision tracks, notably the use of nuclear weapons, the use of chemical weapons, and potential of biological weapons. The holy texts give hints to such outcomes.
The scenario appears to be like that when US did strike Syria and Afghanistan, unannounced, unexpected.
At the end of this time period, on the last day of Pesach 5778, Mashiach may appear in the open. Eliyahu haNavi will discover the Mashiach, and anoint him.
By witnessing what is happening on the world arena and correlate the events with Mashiach-related sources we are able to better understand and have some certainties, although nothing is really a must. As Judaism is rational, we use our deductive reasoning to understand such issues.
There isn't escape from the time of troubles of Yaakov. Goim and Yehudim alike. No acts of teshuva to Hashem will sweetened the painful outcome, it's too late to spare Am Yisrael. The Geulah texts point to it.

 

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