16 Tishrei 5780
1st Day Chol HaMoed Sukkot
A week before Rosh Hashanah I wrote the following: "You can't view those videos and not shake in your boots at what God must be about to bring upon us." (HERE)
On Shabbat Shuvah, out-of-season rain and hail fell on Israel unexpectedly and without warning.
The first day of Sukkot was as hot as a usual day in July and by nightfall, there was an electrical storm the likes of which I have never seen in my 24 years living in Israel. Only two or three times did we ever even get a passing rain shower to wet the sukkah decorations. And I thought that was an expression of Hashem's displeasure.
The Avodah Zarah in Eretz Yisrael increases to intolerable levels during the week of Sukkot as Christians from around the world invade our Holy Land and Holy City with their tumah.
On Yom Chamishi, 3rd Day of Chol HaMoed Sukkot (Thursday, Oct. 17), they will be parading it through the streets.
THESE ARE STILL WARNINGS - THERE IS STILL TIME TO DO TESHUVAH UNTIL HOSHANAH RABBAH!!