19 Adar Alef 5784
It cannot be said enough...
SEPARATION IS THE KEY TO REDEMPTION
Separation from the nations, separation from the Erev Rav, separation from avodah zarah, separation from the depraved Western ("Judeo-Xian") culture, etc. I'll remind you of what the holy Chafetz Chaim said on this subject. From the book The End of Days by Shmuel Raber:
...After this war [WWI] there will be a pause and then there will be another war and then another pause. Then, there will be another war and with that war the Mashiach will come…the last war will be the beginning of the redemption, and a Torah-true Jew who is completely separated from the non-Jews will not be subjugated, as we find that in Egypt when two people drank from the same cup, one (an Egyptian) drank blood and the other (an Israelite) drank water. This shows that in fact there is no rule whatsoever over a Jew who is separated entirely from the non-Jews” (Rabbi Aharon Kotler, in the name of the Chafetz Chaim, Leket Reshimot Channukah by Rabbi Noson Wachtofogel, p. 40).I have a tradition passed down from one to another in the name of Maran HaGaon Rabbi Yehoshua Leib Diskin, z”l, that in the final war before the arrival of Mashiach all of the righteous Jews will be saved. Who are ‘righteous Jews’? Those who are separated from the non-Jews! It does not mean that they must be one of the 36 righteous individuals, rather they must be separated from the ways of the non-Jews and have no contact with their culture! Not with their newspapers, their music and books; [and I would add their politics!] to be entirely separated from them. Then Hashem will say: You are Mine and you are under a different authority, so no one else will rule over you” (Ibid., p.41)
Rabbi Kahane, ztz"l, Hy"d, wrote a book called They Must Go in reference to the Arabs in Eretz Yisrael. Today, someone has to stand up and shout "THEY MUST GO!" in reference to the Christian missionaries, starting with Hayovel on Har Brachah!!!
I don't know if the readers are viewing the videos I post here, but I want you to know that when I include a video, it's because it contains critical information for Klal Yisrael. I clip out the most offending or irrelevant parts and keep only the most revealing, most important bits which I feel is crucial information to be shared. I encourage everyone reading here to take the time to watch the videos to their very end where sometimes the most damning quotes are found.
The following are two such videos, but first, a few introductions will be necessary. This is Joshua Waller, son of Tommy Waller the founder of Hayovel Ministries located in Har Brachah, Israel. He is also half of The Israel Guys media team. He is speaking from Eagle Mountain International Church in the US and in his opening, he names the pastors, husband and wife team George Pearsons and Terri Copeland-Pearsons. [You'll be seeing them again.] "Pastor Terri" is the daughter of long-time, wealthy, powerful, Dominionist televangelist Kenneth Copeland who has now thrown his vast support behind Hayovel because of how successful they have been in gaining access to the Jewish communities in Israel.
[You can read more about relationship evangelism in a blog post I wrote in 5777 called "Christian "Friendship" and "Service" On the Mountains of Israel."]
This second video begins with the Pastors Pearsons (Terri and George) reporting on their Jewish connections at the annual National Religious Broadcasters Conference held recently.
Please do not just consume the information you gain here but please share it, pass it along and educate our people for the benefit of our entire nation. And pray that HKB"H will raise up heroes to fight this scourge where it is entrenched!! Thank you!!
Now, on a related subject...
...I’ve never seen so many Jewish reporters attending a Christian event, all of them speaking positively about their experiences, and all surprised at how genuine, caring, loving, accepting, and affirming followers of Jesus (Yeshua) are to them as Jewish people and toward Israel as a people and nation of Jewish people.To illustrate this, I’d like to share with you the following article written by one of those Orthodox Jewish reporters I overheard. I passed him several times last week, and regret not stopping to shake his hand.Since he and I are Facebook friends, I called him out with, “Jonathan Feldstein, you outline the most incredible, radical, and most effectively correct solution to the Israel-Gaza situation I've ever seen written by an Orthodox Jewish reporter and commentator:"I have a solution that’s as radical coming from an Orthodox Jew as it is one, perhaps the only one, that can bring genuine peace.The solution for long-term peace in Gaza is Jesus."
We need a Christian Gaza for Middle East peaceBy Jonathan Feldstein Monday, February 26, 2024
The following mitzvot are quoted from The Concise Sefer HaChinuch by Rabbi Asher Wasserman with haskamot from HaRav Avraham Pinchas Berkowitz, shlita; HaGaon HaGadol R. Chaim Kanievsky, shlita; HaGaon HaGadol R. Dov Yaffe, shlita; HaGaon HaGadol R. Nissim Karelitz, shlita; HaGaon HaGadol R. Moshe Shaul Klein, shlita; and HaGaon HaGadol R. Yitzchok Zilberstein, shlita.
Mitzvah 426: Do not show favor or mercy towards those who worship idols.
And you shall not show them any favor. (Devarim 7.2)
Explanation: Do not show any favor or mercy towards those who worship idols, and do not regard as admirable or correct even one thing that they do. Distance from your mind the slightest assumption, and never suggest verbally that one can learn or benefit from such people. Do not look upon idol-worshippers as serving any useful purpose or as possessing any positive trait or quality, In fact, our Sages taught that one is even forbidden to say about an idol worshiper that he is a nice or pleasant person.
Mitzvah 457: Do not show love or regard for anyone who entices others to worship false deities.
(לא תאבה לו)
Do not show any regard for him. (Devarim 13.9)
Explanation: Do not pay attention to the words of anyone who entices people to worship a false god. Do not show him any affection or regard.
Someone is considered to have enticed to idol worship not only if he advocates the actual worship, but even if he simply praises the deity’s so called “deeds”. If his intent is to cause people to serve the deity and go out from under the wings of the Shechinah, he is considered as having enticed others to idol worship.
Mitzvah 458: Do not stop hating someone who entices others to worship false deities.
(ולא תשמע אליו)
And do not hearken to him. (Devarim 13.9)
Explanation: Do not refrain from taking full vengeance on anyone who entices people to worship false gods. In return for the evil that he sought to commit, do not stop hating him and show no mercy on him.
Mitzvah 459: Do not rescue from danger anyone who entices others to worship false deities.
(ולא תחוס עינך עליו)
And do not let your eyes have any pity on him. (Devarim 13.9)
Explanation: If someone who was enticed to worship false gods sees the enticer in any sort of danger, he is forbidden to take pity on him and save him.
Mitzvah 460: Do not defend or say anything on behalf of someone who entices others to worship false deities.
And do not show mercy. (Devarim 13.9)
Explanation: If someone was enticed to worship false gods, he is forbidden to say anything positive about the one who enticed him, or defend him in any way.
Mitzvah 461: If enticed to idol worship do not refrain from publicizing any negative thing you know about the one who enticed you.
(ולא תכסה עליו)
And do not cover up for him. (Devarim 13.9)
Explanation: If someone was enticed to worship false gods, he is forbidden to remain silent about anything negative that he knows about one who enticed him. He must come forward and publicize all of the offender’s guilt and shortcomings.
From the many admonishments about someone who entices to idol worship, we can infer that we have a mitzvah to hate wanton violators of other commands, too. That is, it is sometimes clear that there is no hope for a person, for his actions are exceedingly corrupt and abominable. He refuses to listen to any teacher or authority, and prefers instead to scorn their words. His goal is only to do damage. It is a mitzvah to hate such people. One should never defend them or say anything positive about them.
As a final word, allow me to emphasize that it's not just a sin for practitioners of avodah zarah to entice (proselytize) Jews, but gentiles as well! The worship of any god except The ONE GOD - HKB"H - is forbidden to all humanity!!
And anyone who denies this Torah and thinks his way is better is already an idolater who has deified himself!