"Egypt" Loses Its Power Over Israel on the 15th of Nissan

"...and on the 15th of Nisan they will in the future be redeemed from subjugation to exile.” (Tanhuma, Bo 9)

05 November 2009

A Timeless Message

Terrible things are coming to the Jews who disobey Hashem. They take advice and instruction from questionable teachers who misrepresent the teachings of the Torah and set them up as leaders of their communities, causing yet other Jews to disobey, but they don't inquire of Hashem.

Those who put their trust in America's economic and military might without asking themselves whether Hashem approves or if it isn't a chillul Hashem; who participate in elections and trust the goyische politicians to provide for them and protect them and never ask themselves how Hashem feels about it. They will suffer shame and disgrace when American "might" collapses.

Those Jews who take pride in being Americans and in the "American way", are a disgrace and all for nothing because America can not and will not provide for them.

All of this applies also to the Israeli Jews who have this American mindset; who think that America is Israel's protector and who seek to create in Eretz Yisrael the "American model" of pluralism and democracy.

American "aid" helps neither the American Jew nor the Israeli Jew. What chutzpah for America to think that they can play G-d with Eretz Yisrael!

These words could be written down and preserved for two and a half thousand years and still retain their power and their truth, because we just keep making the same mistakes over and over again.

Because the "American" Jews, whether they be physically in America or sitting on holy soil, are rebels and liars, who refuse to heed Hashem's actual instructions, choosing instead to adhere to a twisted corruption of it. Who, like their ancestors before them, say to the messengers, "Tell us inspiring stories, keep it politically correct, don't tell us hard things, difficult things, because it's surely lashon hara. Stroke our petty egos and be careful not to insult. Our pride can't bear injury. We'd rather embrace the beautiful lie than face the ugly truth."

Hashem says that because you despised this issue and willfully misplaced your trust and relied upon it without any question, the "wall" you thought would stand forever for your protection, will crumble to dust and leave you completely exposed. Hashem will break it with no more pity than we have for a paper cup that we toss in the trash. And nothing useful or of value will be left of it.

Got a complaint about this post? Leave an "anonymous" comment by Hashem. It's a paraphrase of Yeshayahu 30:1-14.

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