Hebrew Newspapers in Israel: “There can be no Israel without Yosef”
Israel Government Investigation – News from Jerusalem Post
Yehudah is awakening to the awareness that Yosef (the Lost Tribes) are ALIVE!
The Good news that Yosef is still alive, the Torah relates, “Vayagidu Lo Leimor Od Yosef Chai … Vayipag LeboKi Lo Heemin Lahem. Vayidabru Eilav Et Kol Divrei Yosef … Vayar et Ha’agalot … Vatichi Ruach Yaakov Avihem.”
After Yaakov Avinu discovered Yosef’s existence and salvation the Torah states, “And their father, Yaakov’s spirit was restored to life.” (Breishis 45:27)
All need to come under this Spirit of Reconciliation for the sake of Peace and forming the ONE Body that Most High has in Mind, as a True Light unto the nations.
In response to their total unification Hashem will return His Divine Presence and rest amongst His people us and “The spirit of Israel will be restored to life”.
The brothers came to Yaakov and announced, “Od Yosef Chai” – “Yosef is still alive.” They were not referring to physical life; as we have seen, Yaakov had long suspected that Yosef had not died. Rather, they were referring to spiritual life, to a life of meaning and substance. They informed Yaakov that Yosef had achieved the impossible: he remained a committed spiritual one for twenty-two years in a spiritually hostile environment. This Yaakov could not believe.
The Rabbis teach that the “Agalot” – the wagons – that Yosef had sent Yaakov reminded him of the law of “Egla Arufa” that he and Yaakov had studied together right before Yosef took leave of his father for the final time. Only then did Yaakov believe that Yosef indeed remained faithful to the Torah. When he saw that Yosef retained his Torah knowledge that has still remembered all that he had learned with his father, Yaakov could then acknowledge, “Od Yosef Beni Chai” – “My son is still alive,” he is still firmly devoted to his spiritual heritage.
When Israel believes that the Mashiach ben Yosef is alive, the ‘Spirit revives’, the Resurrection of the Dead will occur. There is a famous Jewish song about King David that says,
דוד מלך ישראל, חי, חי וקיים
David Melech, Melech Yisrael,
David Melech, Melech Yisrael,
Melech Yisrael, chai v’kayam!
(David, King of Israel, lives and endures!)
YEHUDAH APPROACHES YOSEPH – A FORESHADOWING OF REDEMPTION
Is Yehudah willing to approach Yosef? And Then Yehudah came near unto him(Yosef) … …
And said, “O my master, please let your servant speak a word in my master’s hearing, and do not let your displeasure burn against your servant, for you are like Pharaoh. – Gen 44 :18
On the verse: “FOR THOU ART EVEN AS PHARAOH”: Rabbi Schneerson quotes the source saying that Judah meant to say that Joseph is as powerful as Pharaoh and that Judah acknowledges his authority. Judah acknowledged the authority of Joseph. Because of this Judah merited the Promise in Ezekiel 37, “MY SERVANT DAVID SHALL BE THEIR PRINCE FOR EVER”. The Rabbi says that in order for Judah to bring on the Messiah, to help the Messiah come, and realize the promise given to his seed (“MY SERVANT DAVID SHALL BE THEIR PRINCE FOR EVER”) Judah must first do as the Patriarch Judah did when he CAME NEAR UNTO Joseph and he acknowledged the authority of Joseph and initially was influenced from Joseph.
Malbim Notes:Ezekiel 37;15] “He [the Prophet] was commanded to take one stick and to write upon it, these words, FOR JUDAH AND FOR THE HOUSE OF ISRAEL, HIS COMPANIONS~, [this stick] represented Judah and those [others] joined unto him from the Children of Israel, such as the Tribe of Benjamin, and the Sons of Levi, and the rest of the people who had attached themselves to Judah.
Ezekiel says: ~AND ALL THE HOUSE OF ISRAEL~, for unto him [unto Joseph] were joined all of Israel which belong to the Ten Tribes…
In the original Hebrew the verse could be understood either way. At all events, The MALBIM understands the Hebrew as saying that Judah will be put on (attached to) Joseph (and therefore will be at first of secondary “attach” status importance to Joseph.
Amos 9:13 Behold the days are coming says HaShem when the plower shall approach the harvester … The plower is Judah. The harvester is Joseph (Bereishis Rabbah) 93:5
And Ephraim is a trained heifer, that loveth to tread out [the corn]; I have passed over upon her fair neck: I will make Ephraim to draw; Judah shall plough, Jacob shall break his clods. Sow to yourselves in righteousness, reap according to mercy; break up your fallow ground: because it is time to seek Adonai, till he comes and rains down righteousness upon you – Hosea 10 : 10 -12;
the Haftarah of Vayigash — Ephraim shall not envy Judah and Judah shall not oppress Ephraim (Isaiah 11:13). When the plower and the harvester approach one another with good will and understanding, when they recognize that Israel at peace with itself has much to learn from each of its members then redemption will be upon us.
Joseph and Judah are destined to RE-UNITE : The TWO Nations Back together into ONE nation / ONE people With ONE Shepherd.
Yosef (the Lost Tribes) are ALIVE: Have Mercy, our Most High in Heaven, on the remnant of Yosef /Efrayim(Lost tribes of Israel)
Bereshit Rabbah 85:2 The tribes were involved with the sale of Yosef; Yosef was immersed in mournful thoughts about his separation from his father; Reuven was involved with mourning over his sin Ya’akov was mourning for Yosef: Yehuda was busy taking a wife for himself (Tamar). And the Holy One, Blessed is He, was busy creating the light of Mashiach.
Indeed, the Midrash states: [ All that happened to Yosef happened to Tzion ]
Abarbanel and Malbim, in their commentaries to the Prophets, treat the existence of Mashiach ben Yosef as a “kabbala” (tradition) known to Chazal from the prophets themselves. (See Abarbanel to Ezekiel 32 and Malbim to Ezekiel 37:19) In their opinion, he will be (as indicated by his name) from the tribe of Yosef, or at least from one of the ten “lost tribes”, who were exiled by Sancheriv. He will be instrumental in uniting the ten tribes with the rest of the Jews in exile, as well as uniting the Jews in exile themselves, and leading them in the final war leading to the Redemption, thereupon…….
Yosef is still alive. A righteous person lives by his faith. Together with all our activities connected with the mission of Mashiach ben Yosef, we are commanded and it is incumbent upon us to pray a great deal for the life and success of Mashiach ben Yosef. Our entire existence is revealed by the words “remnant of Yosef, ” through whom the in-gathering of exiles will be accomplished. This refers to the Mashiach ben Yosef from below who is present in every generation. We must pray that he not be killed by the wicked Armilus, that he should not die before he carries out completely his holy mission, that he should be able to stand up against Armilus who seeks to cause him to fail in all his ways; that he should maintain his faith in his great and holy mission until his last day. This is what is meant by, “a righteous person lives by his faith, ” referring to Mashiach ben Yosef from above–that his light should not go out, the light that connects the middle column of the [the Shechina] with our Father in Heaven which is the center bolt that connects Yesod and Malchut as well as Yesod to Tiferet in the middle line, the line of Compassion. King David, of blessed memory, prayed many prayers on behalf of Mashiach ben Yosef, that he should not die, but Israel’s poverty should help annul the decree against Mashiach ben Yosef, as revealed by the words, “I was brought low, and He saved me” which is one of the prayers that King David, of blessed memory, prayed on behalf of Mashiach ben Yosef, as explained by the Gaon. We are especially obligated to pray as follows (the English translation follows the Hebrew paragraph): The prayer “Yosef is still alive” (which begins: “Have mercy, our Father in Heaven, on the remnant of Yosef, ” etc.), the prayer of Amidah “On the throne of David your servant, ” in the blessing “Build Jerusalem, ” the prayer, “The descendant of David, “A prayer of the afflicted, when he faints” (Ps. 102:1), and there also, “Have mercy on Zion, for it is the time to favor her, etc., for your servants have cherished her stones etc., so nations will fear the name of the lord, ” etc. “I love [Him] for the Lord hears” (Ps. 116:1). There, too, “I was brought low, and He saved me.”“From the straits” (Ps. 118), and also there, “I will not die, for I will live” etc. “The earth is the Lord’s, and the fullness thereof” (Ps 24), and also there, “Who will ascend the mountain of the Lord” [Ps. 24:3] etc. “Wait at my right hand” (Ps. 110), “The Lord will answer you in the day of trouble” (Ps. 20:1). “For the waters have penetrated unto the soul” (Ps. 69:2), and also there, “Save me, O God, for the waters have penetrated unto the soul.” Also there, “”For God will give salvation to Zion and build the cities of Judah; they shall dwell there and shall take possession of it once more.”“The wilderness and the parched land shall be glad, ” etc. (Isa. 35: 1). Also there, “Then the ransomed of the Lord will return, and come to Zion with glad song” (Isa 35:10) etc. “I was jealous for Zion with great jealousy” (Zach. 8:2); and also there, “For as the seed of peace, ” (Zach. 8:12) etc. “Even mount Zion, the uttermost parts of the north” (Ps. 48:3). “Lord, in Thy strength” (Ps. 21:2), and also there, “He asked life of you; you gave it to him. You gave him length of days” (Ps. 21:5). Also according to the Holy Ari regarding the Mashiach ben Yosef in the prayer: “The throne of David” and according to the Gaon in ! Tikunei Zohar Chadash. “When G-d returns, etc., we will be like dreamers” (Ps. 126:1). “O Lord, do not rebuke me in Your anger” (Ps. 6:2). “Stir up jubilation to G-d of our strength” (Ps. 81:2) “He placed it as testimony in Yosef” (Ps. 87:6), “In distress you called out, and I rescued you” (Ps. 81:8). “His tabernacle in Shalem” (Ps. 76:3), also there: “He broke the flames of the bow” (Ps. 87:4), etc. “In you, O Lord, have I put my trust” (Ps. 31:2). “Because of all my oppressors, I have become a disgrace” (Ps: 31: 12). “I will exalt You, O Lord, for You have drawn me up from the depths” (Ps. 30:2). “Those redeemed by the Lord will say it” (Ps. 107:2). “That He might send them His word and heal them” (Ps. 107:20). “The Lord is my light and my salvation” (Ps. 27:1). “Though a camp should encamp round about me (Ps. 27:3) etc., to look upon the goodness of the Lord” (Ps. 27:13), etc.
As it is written: “I will strengthen the house of Yehudah, and I will save the house of Yosef…” – Zechariah 10 : 6
[ Deut 30 : 1 – 10 : Divine Mandate of Mashiach ben Yosef ]
……………….Then you and your children will return to the Lord your G-d, and you will ·obey him [listen to his voice] with ·your whole being[L all your heart/mind and all your soul] in everything I am commanding you today. At that point, Adonai your G-d will reverse your exile and show you mercy; he will return and gather you from all the peoples to which Adonai your G-d scattered you. He may ·send [drive] you to the ends of the ·earth [ heavens], but he will gather you and bring you back from there, back to the land that belonged to your ·ancestors [fathers] –
Ha-Berit ha-Hadashah: But rather go to ***the lost sheep of the house of Yisra’ĕl.*** – Mat 10:6
…And not for the nation alone, but so that he might gather into one the scattered children of Most High – John 11 : 52
Yaʽaqoḇ, a servant of Elohim and of the Master יהושע Messiah, to the twelve tribes who are in the dispersion: Shalom – Ya’aqob 1:1
And, behold, one came and said unto him, Good Master, what good thing shall I do, that I may have eternal life? And he said unto him, Why callest thou me good? there is none good but one, that is, G-d: but if thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandments. [Torah] – Matthew 19:16-17
The promise our Twelve Tribes are hoping to realize as they earnestly serve Most High day and night. It is because of this hope ….. – Acts 26 : 7
so there is hope for your future,” says Adonai. Your children will return to their own territory. I hear Efrayim bemoaning himself: ‘You disciplined me, and I took your discipline, like a young ox not used to a yoke. Let me return, and I will return,for you are Adonai, my Most High. – Jeremiah 31 : 16 – 17
For Messiah is the goal of the Torah to everyone who believes- Romans 10:4-11
………The words I have spoken to you are Spirit and life – John 6 : 63
Beit Ya’aqov International, Created with the goal of uniting all of the Lost Tribes of Israel who are mixed with gentiles and together build as a Spiritual Holy Nation in the Diaspora under the divine mandate of Mashiach – Yeshua Melech HaMashiach
Beit Yaaqov is an international organisation working on a heavenly holy mission of the Torah. Beit Yaaqov welcome souls of all tribes across the globe to experience true repentance and join hands in this holy mission. Being dedicated to unite all the houses (Efrayim/ Manasseh/ 10 Tribes) from the house of Israel, reconciled with the house of Yehudah to bring love, peace (shalom) and harmony to the mankind in the merit of Yeshua our Mashiach.
Started Behind the rivers of “KUSH” and blowing a SHOFAR about the World union of the Lost Tribes from Israel – (dispersed) Yehudah and (outcast)Ephraim and their Friends(Gentiles) in the reconciliation with the Jews/House of Yehudah under the Divine Mandate of Mashiach ben Yosef – [ Deut 30 : 1 – 10 ]
As it is Written:
“From beyond the rivers of KUSH my worshipers, the daughter of My dispersed ones (Ephraim/Manasseh), shall bring My offering” – Zep_3:10
“From India even unto Ethiopia, over a hundred and twenty – seven provinces” –Esther 1:1
As it is written in Zephaniah and Esther, xerxes who ruled over 127 provinces stretching from india to cush. A note from rabbi Avraham Greenbaum on Zep. 3:‘V 12: The commentators indicate that the KOOSHIM mentioned in this verse (and in Tzephaniah 3:10) as a people who come not from Africa, as many believe, but rather from beyond the rivers of India (the Indus??? see Rashi on this verse and Targum Yonasan on Tzeph. 3:10). This would conform to the opinion in the Talmud that KUSH mentioned in Esther 1:1 was adjacent to India and not in far off Africa (Megillah 11a). It was to Kush that the Ten Tribes were exiled.
Ariel, The Watchmen from Israel notes: ‘from behind the rivers of India’ where many of the tribes are still settled. The navi also state: Zep_3: “From beyond the rivers of Kush my worshipers, the daughter of My dispersed ones (Ephraim), shall bring my offering. That is needed to liberate us from the dead sentence that we loaded on ourselves with our sins, the reason why our forefathers were exiled. The daughter of my dispersed ones (Efrayim) repented before the presence of Most High. Our Heavenly Father accepted this ‘Mincha’.
From the House of Judah
Ascending to the Temple Mount(Aliyah) in purity – Known in the Torah as Mount Moriah, is the holiest spot in the world for all mankind.
Expressions in the Torah such as “That place that I will choose” and
“The place that I will Show You”
According to Rabbi Yechiel Weitzma: “The reason for which Israel, its prophets, and its sage have longed for Moshaich (Messiah) – is neither material pleasure nor world domination. The objective is to be free to study the Torah undisturbed so as to be ultimately worthy of life in the World to Come.”
According to Jewish tradition, with the coming of the Messiah, the Temple will be rebuilt and there will be peace on earth.
“First and foremost, there is the mitzvah (commandment) of building the Temple for the entire nation,” Rabbi Richman
Rabbi Yehudah Glick: The Voice of the Temple Mount: The greatest praise of Most High is to have people praying on Temple Mount
“In the last days the mountain of the LORD’s temple will be established as the highest of the mountains; it will be exalted above the hills, and peoples will stream to it.” (Micah 4:1)
Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky (C) has issued a call for Jews to move to Israel in preparation for the imminent arrival of the Messiah –“Messiah Must come”
The Messiah is “standing at the doorway” and it is up to each one of us to usher in his arrival, a leading spiritual leader of the Jewish nation was quoted as saying.
Rabbi Chizkiyahu Mishkovsky, the spiritual adviser for several distinguished yeshivot (religious learning centers) in Israel, told a gathering at a Lev L’Achim event in Bnei Brak earlier this week that, speaking in the name of Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky, the arrival of the Messiah is close.
Although the twelve tribes of Israel are all unique, each with their different qualities — multiplicity — they all share a common destiny: to lead the world back to G-d — unity. Thus it says of Zevulun and Issachar, “They will call nations to the Mountain [= the Temple Mount], they will slaughter offerings of righteousness.” (v. 19). Of Joseph it says, “He will gore the nations, TOGETHER even the ends of the earth” (v. 18). Finally, all the scattered sparks will be gathered back together again. In the end, after all their struggles and suffering — “And Israel will dwell securely, the fountain of Jacob alone, in a land of corn and wine. Indeed, his heavens will drop down dew” (v. 28).
-Rabbai Avraham Yehoshua Greenbaum
When will it be that we hear the shofar of the Messiah
Statement: “Joyous is the nation who hears the shofar. Joyous is the nation who knows that this is their land. When will it be that we hear the shofar of the Messiah?”
Jewish tradition speaks of an additional Mashiach, one not as well known or as well-publicized: Mashiach ben Yosef (the Messiah, son of Yosef). And not only the story of Yosef and Yehuda, two dominant personalities; it is much more. Knowing that Yosef and Yehuda represent two elements of Redemption, we are forced to reread and reconsider this studies on the meta-level, examining both the personal stories and behavior of the two key characters as well as the implications these have on the Jewish view of Messianic Redemption.
Judaism regarding the characteristics and functions of the Messiah. (i.e., the “two messiah theory” of Messiah ben Joseph and Messiah ben David, being one branch of thought.) The reason for this wide variety of opinion is that the scripture does not give a simple, definitive explanation of who Messiah is. Midrash Rabbah does say that Messiah ben Yosef receives the kingdom before Messiah ben David does. Ultimately,one mashiach with two functions will usher in the final redemption, through each focusing on one of these two rectifications as their life mission. There are multiple facets to the Messiah, regarding sin, salvation, tikkun and unification.
The relationship Messiah ben Yosef has to the earthly and heavenly realms has to do with his parents and how they are seen as connected to the earthly and heavenly worlds:
Mashiach ben Yosef is the miraculous power who will assist every act done when the awakening starts from below, in a natural manner, because he comes from the earth. Mashiach ben David, however, will come from Heaven as revealed by the different aspects of Rachel and Leah, and as known regarding the footsteps of the Mashiach and the revealed end. Mashiach ben Yosef himself is a composite of two aspects: on the one hand, he is Yosef the son of Rachel of the land; on the other hand, he is Yosef son of Jacob from Heaven.
- Messiah ben Yosef would suffer, fight and die, for His people. (Kabbalistically, He also brings tikkun)
- Messiah ben David would arrive to usher in the Kingdom and (possibly) resurrect the dead, but would not Himself die
Like Yosef,Mashiach ben Yosef is a vulnerable Messiah. We don’t know how his mission will work out, for, like Yosef, his position is precarious, and at times it appears that he will fall into the traps set by others, and fail. There were times that Yaakov thought Yosef was dead – but the epic words uttered by Yaakov “Od Yosef Chai! Yosef lives on!” reverberate through history, and according to the great mystics, apply equally toMashiach ben Yosef. Just as the rumors of Yosef’s demise were greatly exaggerated, so, it is believed, Mashiach ben Yosef will ultimately succeed.”
– R’ Ari Kahn, Vayeshev, Ketz-Bavel-Zerubavel
The essential function of Mashiach ben Yossef is to prepare Israel for the final redemption, to put them into the proper condition in order to clear the way for Mashiach ben David to come. Of that ultimate redemption it is said, that if Israel repent (return to G‑d) they shall be redeemed immediately (even before the predetermined date for Mashiach’s coming). If they will not repent and thus become dependent on the final date, “the Holy One, blessed be He, will set up a ruler over them, whose decrees shall be as cruel as Haman’s, thus causing Israel to repent, and thereby bringing them back to the right path. In other words, if Israel shall return to G‑d on their own and make themselves worthy of the redemption, there is no need for the trials and tribulations associated with the above account of events related to Mashiach ben Yossef. Mashiach ben David will come directly and redeem us.
Thus it was prophesied of old, “The House of Jacob will be a fire and the House of Joseph a flame, and the House of Esau for stubble..” (Obadiah 1:18 ) : “the progeny of Esau shall be delivered only into the hands of the progeny of Joseph.
According to these, Messiah b. Joseph will appear prior to the coming of Messiah ben David; he will gather the children of Israel around him, march to Jerusalem, and there, after overcoming the hostile powers, re-establish the Temple-worship and set up his own dominion.
The statements of the Gaon of Vilna, one of the most explicit Jewish expounders of the nature of Messiah ben Yosef, when he claimed that: “The sole mandate of Mashiach ben Yosef is to bring the Exiles of Israel back to the Land.”
… That is Moshiach ben Yosef, someone from whom the unadulterated truth will flow like a stream of clear, refreshing, life-giving water. He will be a person so pure, so devoted to the will of G-d, that the Light of G-d will be drawn to him like metal filings to a magnet, and all that he does will be successful. His truth will be like fire that will burn up the straw – the lie – of Eisav. If so, why must he die in the process of bringing redemption (Succah 53a), only to be revived again by Moshiach ben Dovid, the final Moshiach?
Kol HaTor 2:39, translated by R’ Yechiel Bar Lev and K. Skaist, pg. 37
There is a tradition in a text called the Secrets of R’ Shimon bar Yochai, that Mashiach will be concealed and rejected,
The Messiah of the lineage of Ephraim shall die there, and Israel shall mourn for him. After this the Holy One blessed be He will reveal to them the Messiah of the lineage of David, but Israel will wish to stone him, and they will say to him: ‘You speak a lie, for the Messiah has already been slain, and there is no other Messiah destined to arise.’ They will scorn him, as Scripture says: ‘despised and abandoned (by) men’ (Isa 53:3). He shall withdraw and be hidden from them, as Scripture continues: ‘like one hiding faces from us’ (ibid.). But in Israel’s great distress, they will turn and cry out from (their) hunger and thirst, and the Holy One, blessed be He, will be revealed to them in His glory, as Scripture promises: ‘together all flesh will see’ (Isa 40:5). And the King Messiah will sprout up there, as Scripture says: ‘and behold with the clouds of heaven etc.’ (Dan 7:13), and it is written after it ‘and authority was given to him’ (Dan 7:14). He shall blow (his breath) at that wicked Armilos and kill him, as Scripture forecasts: ‘he will slay the wicked one with the breath of his lips’ (Isa 11:4).”
“…at the beginning of the Redemption, when the wood of Yosef and the wood of Judah are “pieces of wood in your hand, ” when they are still divided into two, on the level of the awakening from below. At the time of the complete redemption, however, when the two pieces of wood have become “one in My hand” (the hand of God), then the meshichim will be like two inseparable friends; they will have become one, they will have become the King Mashiach who is on the level of the trustworthy friend of the final redeemer, Moshe Rabbeinu, may he rest in peace.”
Kol HaTor, Chapter 2, Section 2, 1, translated by R’ Yechiel bar Lev and K. Skaist, pg.70
Writings about Yosef:
The Artscroll Commentary cites R’ Yaakov ben Asher (1269 CE – 1343 CE), known as the Baal HaTurim (the Master of the Rows/Lines), giving four reasons why the brothers did not recognize Yosef,
- When he left them, their beards were full, but his was not….2. It never entered their minds that he would rise to such eminence…3. They were introduced to him under his Egyptian name Zaphenath-paneah…4. He spoke Egyptian and they spoke the Holy Tongue [that is, they did not recognize his voice because he spoke in Egyptian to a translator who then relayed his words to them (see Rashbam).”
Baal HaTurim on Genesis, Mesorah Publishers, pg. 390
MY DEAR EPHRAIM AND MANASSEH WORLDWIDE!
Please if you are called by Messiah Ben Yosef and accept His Divine Mandate, Devarim 30: 1-10 come and unite with us, Bait Ya’acob, and let we together build that Mighty Nation from ***the lost sheep of the house of Yisra’ĕl.
Messiah Ben Yosef said:
Mat 10:6 but rather go to ***the lost sheep of the house of Yisra’ĕl.***
Mat 15:24 And He answering, said, “I was not sent except to ***the lost sheep of the house of Yisra’ĕl.”***
Mat 18:11 “For the Son of Aḏam has come ***to save what was lost.***
Luk 19:10 “For the Son of Aḏam has come to seek and ***to save what was lost.”
It is written about The Righteous One in the HaBerith HaChadashah Scriptures,
The Righteous One teach us: Joh 4:22 “You worship what you do not know. We worship what we know, because the deliverance is of the Yehuḏim.1 Footnote: 1Ps. 147:19, Isa. 2:3, Isa. 14:1, Isa. 56:6-8, Ezek. 47:22-23, Zech. 2:10-11, Zech. 8:23, Rom. 2:20, Rom. 3:2, Rom. 9:4, Rev. 21:12 & 24.
In the Talmud ((Yoma 38b) is written: Hiyya b. Abba said also in the name of R. Johanan: Even for the sake of a single righteous man does the world endure, as it is said: But the righteous is the foundation of the world. Hiyya himself infers this from here: He will keep the feet of His holy ones’ 27 ‘Holy ones’ means many? — R. Nahman b. Isaac said: It is written: His holy’ one.
Pro 10:25 As the whirlwind passes by, The wrong one is no more, But the righteous (in Hebrew וצדיק יסוד עולם׃ ‘and the Righteous’ –singular-) has an everlasting foundation.
1Sa 2:9 “He guards the feet of His kind ones (in Hebrew חסידו ‘His Righteous One’ –singular-) but the wrong are silent in darkness, for man does not become mighty by power.
A Righteous Man is the foundation of the World
The Righteousness One:
‘The Righteous One’ –singular-) has/is an everlasting foundation……. The Word that became flesh, The Righteous One: Messiah Ben Yoseph, and pitched His tent among us received the soul of the One who spoke the Word to us, ALL Israel……
Messiah Ben Yoseph received the soul of, The Messenger of His Presence – מלאך פניו……
In the HaBerith HaChadasha Scriptures it is written: Joh 1:1-5 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with Elohim, and the Word was Elohim.2 He was in the beginning with Elohim.3 All came to be through Him,1 and without Him not even one came to be that came to be. Footnote: 1Eph. 3:9, Col.1:16, Heb. 1:2, Heb. 11:3, 2 Peter 3:5, Ps. 33:6.
4 In Him was life, and the life was the light of men.5 And the light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.
Joh 1:9-14 He was the true Light, which enlightens every man, coming into the world.
10 He was in the world, and the world came to be through Him, and the world did not know Him.11 He came to His own, and His own did not receive Him.
12 But as many as received Him, to them He gave the authority to become children of Elohim, to those believing in His Name,13 who were born, not of blood nor of the desire of flesh nor of the desire of man, but of Elohim.14 And the Word became flesh and pitched His tent among us, and we saw His esteem, esteem as of an only brought-fourth of a father, complete in favor and truth.
Yohanan bore witness of The Righteous One – The Foundation of the world, Messiah Ben Yoseph who received the ‘soul’ of, The Messenger of His Presence – מלאך פניו.
Isa 63:7-9 Let me recount the kindnesses of יהוה and the praises of יהוה, according to all that יהוה has done for us, and the great goodness toward the house of Yisra’ĕl, which He has done for them according to His compassion, and according to His many kindnesses. 8 And He said, “They are My people, children who do not act falsely.” And He (HaShem) became their Savior – In Hebrew it is written: He became their מושׁיע – Mosiah.
Isa_63:9 In all their distress He was distressed, and the Messenger of His Presence – ומלאך פניו הושׁיעם באהבתו – saved them. In His love and in His compassion He redeemed them, and He lifted them up and carried them all the days of old.
Exo 25:8-9 “And they shall make Me a Set-apart Place, and I shall dwell in their midst. 9 “According to all that I show you – the pattern of the Dwelling Place and the pattern of all its furnishings – make it exactly so. Exo 25:20-22 “And the keruḇim shall be spreading out their wings above, covering the lid of atonement with their wings, with their faces toward each other, the faces of the keruḇim turned toward the lid of atonement.
21 “And you shall put the lid of atonement on top of the ark (Were ‘The Righteous One’, in the ‘heavenly one’ brought from His own blood), and put into the ark the Witness which I give you.
22 “And I shall meet with you there, and from above the lid of atonement, from between the two keruḇim which are on the ark of the Witness, I shall speak to you all that which I command you concerning the children of Yisra’ĕl.
The One who spoke ‘between the kerubim above the lid of atonement’ is He not, ‘the Messenger of His Presence’? The Word that became flesh……..!
Who did the Yom Kippur service ‘above’ as the high-priest after the ‘order’ of Melchizedek….. Heb 9:11-12 But Messiah, having become a High Priest of the coming good matters, through the greater and more perfect Tent not made with hands, that is, not of this creation,
12 entered into the Most Set-apart Place once for all, not with the blood of goats and calves, but with His own blood, having obtained everlasting redemption.
Not to ‘replace’ the ‘earthly’ service and the ‘rest’ of Torah!
Because He bears the Divine Mandate as described in Devarim 30: 1-10
He shall teach the Torah of Messiah if we let Him speak again from between the Cherubim above the ‘the lid of atonement‘…….. (The ‘appearance’ of Messiah Ben David)
It is written in Devarim 30: 6 : “And יהוה your Elohim shall circumcise your heart and the heart of your seed, to love יהוה your Elohim with all your heart and with all your being, so that you might live……” I believe most of the teachings in the HaBerit HaChadashah Scriptures are an ‘explanation’ of this verse. And that Jews and Christians were in great ‘error’ with their ‘explanations’ about the teachings from the HaBerit HaChadashah……
The ‘work’ of The Righteous One – The Foundation of the world, Messiah Ben Yoseph….. HaShem shall bring both parties together in His Love and…… in His Wisdom….
In our deeds and with our prayers we help Mashiach ben Yosef, and by acting with all our strength when the awakening comes from below, we will achieve the unity of Mashiach ben Yosef and Mashiach ben David who are “the tree of Yosef and the tree of Judah.” At first they will be in your hands individually, and afterwards “they will be united in My hand.” The unity of both are the foundation for the unity of the Holy One blessed be He and the Shechina, and thus the completion of the Redemption.
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We will see that the children of Israel return to Most High and Torah of Mashiach, And will hug in the Holy Land, and will bring offerings on the holy mountain and we will Welcome the son of David on Mount Zion,Jerusalem –
[Ha Khadosh Baruch Hu – Baruch HaBa B’Shem Adonai ]
THE RETURN OF THE TEN TRIBES: A PRINCIPLE OF JEWISH FAITH
According to Abarbanel, the return of the Ten Tribes at the time of redemption is one of the principles of Jewish faith (“Mashmia Yeshua,” Fourth Principle of Faith). A prayer for redemption and the coming of the Messiah are part of the daily “Amidah” prayer also known as the eighteen benedictions. The tenth prayer is as follows:
“Blow the Great Shofar for our freedom and lift up a banner to gather our exiles and gather us from the four corners of the earth. Blessed are thou, O HaShem, who gathers the banished of your people, Israel.”
In the future the Ten Tribes will return and will once again receive the yoke of the Torah. This is confirmed by the simple meaning of the scriptures. The Abarbanel (“Mashmia Yeshua” i.e springs of salvation) implies that whosoever does not accept the eventual return of the Ten Tribes in effect is guilty of denying the Truth of Scripture.”
In the Torah Anthology to the 12 Prophets, Volume 2, page 308 it is written:
“They [the Ten Tribes] will only return in the End of Days at the time of the Final Redemption.”
The halachah (Jewish law) is that the Ten Tribes will return from exile and unite with Judah in the end of days (Sanhedrin, Chapter 13).
Midrash Rabbah: Gather yourselves together from [exile of] the ten tribes and assemble yourselves(tribes of judah and benjamin) from the four corners of the earth,applying this as a type of their future renunion and redemption(Ezek 37) ]
Pirqe Mashiah, BhM 3:73-74 – In that hour, the Holy One blessed be He, will crown the Messiah and place a helmet of salvation on his head, and give him splendor and radiance, and adorn him with the clothes of honor, and stand him up on top of a high mountain in order to bring glad tidings to Israel. And he will let it hear with his voice: “Salvation is near!” And Israel will say: Who are you?” And he will say: “I am Ephraim.” And Israel will say: “Are you the one whom the Holy One blessed be He, called ‘Ephraim, My firstborn, Ephraim is a darling son to me’?” And he will say, “Yes.” And Israel will say to him: “Go and bring glad tidings to them that sleep in (the Cave of) Machpela, that they should rise first. In that hour he goes up and brings glad tidings to those who sleep in Machpela, and says to them: “Abrhama, Isaac, and Jacob, rise! Enough have you slept!” And they reply and say: Who is this that removes the dust from over us?” And he says to them: “I am the Messiah of the Lord. Salvation is near. The hour is near.” And they answer: “If it is really so, go and bring the tidings to Adam the first man, so that he should rise first.” In the hour he says to Adam the first man: “Enough have you slept.” And he says: “Who is this who drives the slumber from my eyes?” And he says: I am the Messiah of G-d from among the children of your children.”
Mashiach is the “Memra (word) of YHWH”, “Quickening Spirit of Torah”, “Resurrection of spirit”, “Voice and Speech of Avinu”, “Power of Most High”, “Wisdom of Holy One”.
……… Messiah is the power of G-d and the wisdom of G-d- 1 Corinthians 1:24
-He is dressed in a robe dipped in blood, and his name is the Word of Most High – Rev 19: 13
The universal force pulling everyone toward spiritual ascension, which will be revealed in all of mankind, is called “Messiah.” The Messiah is Word of YHWH, but the Light that will bring all of us out of spiritual exile (in Hebrew the word Mashiach originates from the word Moshech – to pull out). Mashiach will gather up the ten lost tribes that were scattered throughout the world and reunite them with the two tribes kingdom of yehudah.
If you then were raised with Messiah, desire those things which are above, where Messiah sits at the right hand of Most High – Col 3 : 1
Beit Yaaqov International is on the way for the preparation of Holy Nation of Efrayim among the nations, who had a heart desire to observe the Torah of Mashiach and to bring the offerings on the holy mountain along with Jews and also waiting for Yehuda’s ‘Invitation to unite..’ under the divine mandate of Mashiach ben Yosef…….And to stay together and to worship the Most Ancient Holy one of Israel in Holy Land of Israel.
OD YOSEF CHAI – After 22 years of concealment, Yosef reveals himself to his brothers,
“Joseph said to his brothers, Come near to me, please. They came near. He said, I am Joseph, your brother, whom you sold into Egypt. Now don’t be grieved, nor angry with yourselves, that you sold me here, for God sent me before you to preserve life.”-Genesis 45:4-5
After the revelation, the brothers run to Yaakov, to tell him that his long lost son is not only alive, he is the king of Egypt! “They (the brothers) went up out of Egypt, and came into the land of Canaan, to Yaakov their father. They told him, saying, ‘Joseph is still alive, and he is ruler over all the land of Egypt!’His heart fainted, for he did not believe them.” Genesis 45:25-26
“They told him all the words of Yosef, which he had said to them. When he saw the wagons which Yosef had sent to carry him, the spirit of Yaakov, their father, revived. Israel said, ‘It is enough. Joseph my son is still alive…’- Genesis 45:27-28
In the above passage, and incredible transformation takes place. Yaakov becomes Israel!
“…the Spirit of Yaakov, their father, revived (וַתְּחִי רוּחַ יַעֲקֹב). Israel said, “It is enough, Yosef my son is still alive.”
Although Moses was the greatest of prophets, we can look to Joseph as an example of one attaining this “spirit of prophecy” as related to messiah.
And Pharaoh said to his servants, “Can we find (someone) like this, a man in whom is the spirit of prophecy from before the Lord?” – Genesis 41:38
…………..For the testimony of Yeshua is the spirit of prophecy – Rev 19 : 10
When Israel believes that the Mashiach ben Yosef is alive, the ‘Spirit revives’, the Resurrection of the Dead will occur. There is a famous Jewish song about King David that says,
דוד מלך ישראל, חי, חי וקיים
David Melech, Melech Yisrael,
David Melech, Melech Yisrael,
Melech Yisrael, chai v’kayam!
(David, King of Israel, lives and endures!)
The concealment of Yosef happened because he was rejected by his brothers:
“His brothers said to him, ‘Will you indeed reign over us? Or will you indeed have dominion over us? They hated him all the more for his dreams and for his words.”
– Genesis 37:8
These words are echoed when Moshe himself first appeared to Israel, “Who made you a prince and a judge over us? Do you plan to kill me, as you killed the Egyptian? Moses was afraid, and said, Surely this thing is known.” – Exodus 2:14
Yeshua quotes this very passage: “One of the multitude said to him, ‘Rabbi, tell my brother to divide the inheritance with me.’ But he said to him,’Man (בן־אדם), who made me a judge or an arbitrator over you?”
R’ Yaakov Emden (1697 CE – 1776 CE), known as the Yaavetz, wrote about Yeshua,
“…the Nazarene brought about a double kindness in the world. On the one hand, he strengthened the Torah of Moses majestically, and not one of our Sages spoke out more emphatically concerning the immutability of the Torah.”
The book Kol HaTor connects this to to the phrase Od Yosef Chai,Yosef is still alive,“The two meshichim cooperate and help one another: Mashiach ben Yosef, as revealed in the words “Yosef still lives”; and Mashiach ben David, as revealed in the words “David, King of Israel is alive and exists.” They are alive and exist in every generation, carry out their missions, and affect one another with their powers and special attributes. Thus they need one another. Without the abundance of their strength, their might, and their endowments, Israel could not exist for even one moment, G-d forbid. However, they–their powers, images, and endowments–are hidden as long as our many sins cause Israel and the Shechina to remain in exile. We must know that these two great powers can operate and their strength can affect, even totally affect events, only when no one disturbs or separates them.”
Kol HaTor 2.1, translated by R’ Yechiel bar Lev and K. Skaist, pg. 27
Kol HaTor continues,“Yosef is still alive. Alive still is Yosef. The son of David is alive and exists. A righteous person lives by his faith. The the tree of Yosef and the tree of Judah will become one in the hand of the L-rd…”
The basic approach of the Gaon is encapsulated in the principle “Yosef is still alive, ” meaning that the Mashiach ben Yosef is still alive and will live, because, as it is written, every aspect of the beginning of the Redemption is dependent on him…”
Like Ephraim and Menashe, Gentile believers have a special connection to Israel through Yosef Isaiah 56 says:
“Neither let the foreigner, who has joined himself HaShem, speak, saying, ‘Hashem will surely separate me from his people; neither let the eunuch say, ‘Behold, I am a dry tree.’ For thus says HaShem, ‘To the eunuchs who keep my Sabbaths, and choose the things that please me, and hold fast my covenant: to them I will give in my house and within my walls a memorial and a name better than of sons and of daughters; I will give them an everlasting name, that shall not be cut off. Also the foreigners who join themselves to HaShem, to minister to him, and to love the name of HaShem, to be his servants, everyone who keeps the Sabbath from profaning it, and holds fast my covenant; even them will I bring to my holy mountain, and make them joyful in my house of prayer: their burnt offerings and their sacrifices shall be accepted on my altar, for my house shall be called a house of prayer for all peoples. Adonai HaShem, who gathers the outcasts of Israel, says, ‘Yet will I gather others to him, besides his own who are gathered.- Isaiah 56:3-8
Yeshua quotes this passage, “I am the good shepherd. I know my own, and Im known by my own; even as the Father knows me, and I know the Father. I lay down my life for the sheep. I have other sheep, which are not of this fold. I must bring them also, and they will hear my voice. They will become one flock with one shepherd.” – John 10:14-16
Paul explains this in Ephesians chapter 2. It appears that Ezekiel prophesied of this,
“It shall happen, that you shall divide it by lot for an inheritance to you and to the aliens who live among you, who shall father children among you; and they shall be to you as the native-born among the children of Israel; they shall have inheritance with you among the tribes of Israel. It shall happen, that in what tribe the stranger lives, there you shall give him his inheritance, says the Ad-nai HaShem.” –Ezekiel 47:22-23
Paul explains these ideas in Ephesians 2, “Therefore remember that once you, the Gentiles in the flesh, who are called uncircumcision by that which is called circumcision, (in the flesh, made by hands); that you were at that time separate from Messiah, alienated from the commonwealth of Israel, and strangers from the covenants of the promise, having no hope and without G-d in the world. But now in Messiah Yeshua you who once were far off are made near in the blood of Messiah. For he is our peace, who made both one, and broke down the middle wall of partition…” – -Ephesians 2:11-14
He also explains to the adopted children, the non-Jews, not to boast against the natural branches (Romans 11:8), but to support them.
Non-Jewish believers should support the Jewish people and have nothing but gratitude and honor for them, as they are brothers, but also as Yeshua said to the Samaritan woman,
“You worship that which you don’t know. We worship that which we know, for salvation is from the Jews.” – -John 4:22
The Jewish Sages Affirm That Ephraim Will Return
The biblical prophets predicted that all the tribes of Israel (including the ten tribes of the northern kingdom or Ephraim) would be scattered to other lands outside of Israel, and that YHVH would regather them in the last days and return them to the land of Israel. This has also been the dominant belief of the Jewish sages as recorded in their writings and in their oral traditions including the Talmud. For example, the Scriptures tells us about the scattering of the twelve tribes,
And YHVH rooted them out of their land in anger, and in wrath, and in great indignation, and cast them into another land [eretz acheret], as it is this day.” – Deut 29 : 28
The Babylonian Talmud, in Yevamot 17a (written ca. A.D. 500, The Soncino Talmud) confirms this when it states,
“[T]hey had declared them [i.e., the ten tribes of Israel,] to be perfect heathens [or gentiles]; as it is said in the Scriptures, ‘They have dealt treacherously against YHVH, for they have begotten strange children.’” A rabbinic footnote on this passage states, (19) ‘The ten tribes; (20) Hos 5:7 ’”
The ArtScroll Tanach Series Bereishis/Genesis (an Orthodox Jewish commentary on Genesis) states, regarding Genesis 48:19, quoting Orthodox Jewish sage of the Middle Ages, Ibn Ezra:
According to Radak’s (R. Dovid Kimchi, a Torah scholar in the Middle Ages) commentary on the same verse, This refers to the Exile when the lands of others will be filled with his scattered descendants. See also Hoshea 7:8; Ephraim shall be mingled among the nations (Ibid.).
Pertaining to the end-time regathering of the twelve tribes, the late well-known orthodox Jewish leader, Menachem Schneerson stated that the future King Messiah (Messiah Ben [Son of] David) will not only redeem the Jews from exile, but will restore the observance of the Torah-commandments to its complete state, which will only be possible when the Israelites are living in the land of Israel. At this same time, Schneerson who is quoting the notable rabbinic sage of the Middle Ages, Moses Maimonides also known as the Rambam, says,
[T]here will be an ingathering of the dispersed remnant of Israel. This will make it possible for the Davidic dynasty to be reinstated and for the observance of the Torah and its mitsvot to be restored in its totality.
Furthermore, The ArtScroll Bereishis, vol. 1(b) states in its commentary on Genesis 48:19 regarding Ephraim, R. Munk explains:
“[W]hile it is true that the dispersion [of the descendants of Ephraim and Manasseh] was caused by the unfaithfulness and sinfulness of Ephraim’s descendants (Hos 7:8) Jacob’s blessing was not in vain for ‘they will return to [Elohim]’ and will have their share in the world to come ([Talmud] Sanhedrin 110b).” And R. Eliezer adds: “Even the darkness in which the Ten Tribes were lost will one day become as radiant as the day’ (according to the version of Avos d’Rabbi Nosson 36). And in the perspective of history, did not these exiled children of the Patriarchs enlighten the nations among whom they were scattered? They did so by teaching their conquerors the fundamental ideas of the knowledge and love of [Elohim], ideals they had never forsaken. Hence they too have a messianic vocation and their Messiah the Mashiach ben Yosef, Messiah son of Joseph (Succah 52a), also called Messiah son of Ephraim (Targum Yonasan on Exodus 40:11), will play an essential role in humanity’s redemption, for he will be the precursor of the Mashiach ben David, Messiah Son of David. It is therefore not surprising to find that the prophet Jeremiah (3:12) speaks affectionately of Ephraim. In this light, Jacob’s words, ‘his offspring will fill the nations,’ assume the significance of blessing.”
Another confirmed belief was that the Messiah would effect the reunion of the tribes of Israel. While we find the teaching, ‘The ten tribes will have no share in the World to Come’ (Tosefta Sanh. 13.12), theTalmud usually takes the opposite view. By appealing to such texts as Isaiah 27:13 and Jeremiah 3:12, the [Jewish sages] enunciated the doctrine of the return of the lost ten tribes (Sanh. 110b). ‘Great will be the day when the exiles of Israel will be reassembled as the day when heaven and earth were created’ (Pes. 88a). A law of nature will even be miraculously suspended to assist this great reunion. ‘In the present world when the wind blows in the north it does not blow in the south, and vice versa; but in the Hereafter, with reference to the gathering together of the exiles of Israel, the Holy One, blessed be He, said, ‘I will bring a northwest wind into the world which will affect both directions; as it is written, ‘I will say to the north, Give up; and to the south, Keep not back; bring My sons from afar, and My daughters from the end of the earth’ (Isa 43:6)” (Midrash to Esther 1:8).
Hosea 1:10–11 : Yet the number of the children of Israel shall be as the sand of the sea, which cannot be measured nor numbered; and it shall come to pass, that in the place where it was said unto them, “You are not my people,” there it shall be said unto them, “You are the sons of the living El [God].” Then shall the children of Judah and the children of Israel be gathered together, and appoint [or make, set, ordain, establish] themselves one head, and they shall come up out of the land: for great shall be the day of Jezreel.
Again, the concept of the final redemption has its origin in the promises of Deuteronomy 30:1–10 where we read :
YHVH your Elohim [will] … gather you from all the nations, whither YHVH your Elohim has scattered you. If any of you be driven out unto the outmost parts of heaven, from thence will YHVH your Elohim gather you, and from thence will he fetch you, and YHVH your Elohim will bring you into the land which your fathers possessed, and you shall possess it…
–in association to the Ger and his source from Jethro and attachment with Ten Lost Tribes that come back with Moshiach.
-The children of Israel at the dawn of their redemption, bound together at the dawn of their redemption to the Almighty and His Torah” (Abarbanel, cf. Radak)
Daniel Prophet Humble Prayer
Dani’el 9,was reading the Scriptures and thinking about the number of years which Adonai had told Yirmeyah the prophet would be the period of Yerushalayim’s desolation, seventy years. 3 I turned to Adonai, Most High, to seek an answer, pleading with him in prayer, with fasting, sackcloth and ashes. 4 I prayed to Adonai my Most High and made this confession: Please, Adonai, great and fearsome G-d, who keeps his covenant and extends grace to those who love him and observe his mitzvot! 5 We have sinned, done wrong, acted wickedly, rebelled and turned away from your mitzvot and rulings. 6 We have not listened to your servants the prophets, who spoke in your name to our kings, our leaders, our ancestors and to all the people of the land.
7 “To you, Adonai, belongs righteousness; but to us today belongs shame — to us, the men of Y’hudah, the inhabitants of Yerushalayim and all Isra’el, including those nearby and those far away, throughout all the countries where you have driven them; because they broke faith with you. 8 Yes, Adonai, shame falls on us, our kings, our leaders and our ancestors; because we sinned against you. 9 It is for Adonai our G-d to show compassion and forgiveness, because we rebelled against him. 10 We didn’t listen to the voice of Adonai our God, so that we could live by his laws, which he presented to us through his servants the prophets. 11 Yes, all Isra’el flouted your Torah and turned away, unwilling to listen to your voice. Therefore the curse and oath written in theTorah of Moshe the servant of G-d was poured out on us, because we sinned against him. 12 He carried out the threats he spoke against us and against our judges who judged us, by bringing upon us disaster so great that under all of heaven, nothing has been done like what has been done to Yerushalayim. 13 As written in the Torah of Moshe, this whole disaster came upon us. Yet we did not appease Adonai our G-d by renouncing our wrongdoing and discerning your truth. 14 So Adonai watched for the right moment to bring this disaster upon us, for Adonai our G-d was just in everything he did, yet we didn’t listen when he spoke.
15 Now, Adonai our G-d, who brought your people out of the land of Egypt with a strong hand, thereby winning renown for yourself, as is the case today — we sinned, we acted wickedly. 16 Adonai, in keeping with all your justice, please allow your anger and fury to be turned away from your city Yerushalayim, your holy mountain; because it is due to our sins and the wrongdoings of our ancestors that Yerushalayim and your people have become objects of scorn among everyone around us. 17 Therefore, our G-d, listen to the prayer and pleadings of your servant; and cause your face to shine on your desolated sanctuary, for your own sake. 18 My Most High, turn your ear, and hear; open your eyes and see how desolated we are, as well as the city which bears your name. For we plead with you not because of our own righteousness, but because of your compassion.
19 Adonai, hear! Adonai, forgive! Adonai, pay attention, and don’t delay action — for your own sake, my Most High, because your city and your people bear your name!”
20 While I was speaking, praying, confessing my own sin and the sin of my people Isra’el, and pleading before Adonai my G-d for the holy mountain of my Most High
Nehemiah 1: On hearing this answer, I sat down and wept; I mourned for several days, fasting and praying before the G-d of heaven.
5 I said, “Please, Adonai! G-d of heaven! You great and fearsome G-d, who keeps his covenant and extends grace to those who love him and observe his mitzvot! 6 Let your ear now be attentive and your eyes be open, so that you will listen to the prayer of your servant, which I am praying before you these days, day and night, for the people of Isra’el your servants — even as I confess the sins of the people of Isra’el that we have committed against you. Yes, I and my father’s house have sinned. 7 We have deeply offended you. We haven’t observed the mitzvot, laws or rulings you ordered your servant Moshe.
8 Remember, please, the word you gave through your servant Moshe, ‘If you break faith, I will scatter you among the peoples; 9 but if you return to me, observe my mitzvot and obey them, then, even if your scattered ones are in the most distant part of heaven, nevertheless, I will collect them from there and bring them to the place I have chosen for bearing my name.’ 10 Now these are your servants, your people, whom you have redeemed by your great power and strong hand. 11 Adonai, please, let your ear now be attentive to the prayer of your servant and to the prayer of your servants who take joy in fearing your name:
True Teshuva Prayer Of Gaddi Efrayim – Yosef House
I, Efrayim sat down and cried. I mourned and continued to fast and pray to the Most High of heaven. I said, Almighty of Heaven, Great and awe-inspiring Abba Avinu, You faithfully keep your promise and show mercy to those who love you and obey your commandments. Open your eyes, and pay close attention with your ears to what I, your Efrayim son, praying. I am praying you day and night about your children of Israel and including myself, my ancestors and I, those who have sinned against you.
I confess all the sins that we israelites have committed against you as well as the sins that my father’s family and I have committed. We have done the wrong thing and haven’t obeyed the commandments, laws or regulations that you gave us through Moses Rabbienu, your servant and never kept the faith in Mashiach your faithful of “beloved son” / “chosen one” and couldn’t able to walk in his footsteps and didn’t obeyed your words.
Our Most High, listen to my prayer with requests. For your own sake, Most High, look favorably on your holy place, which is lying in ruins. Open your ears and listen, My Elohim. Open your eyes and look at our ruins and at the city called by your name.
Remember, please, the word you gave through your servant Moshe, ‘If you break faith, I will scatter you among the peoples; but if you return to me, observe my mitzvot and obey them, then, even if your scattered ones are in the most distant part of heaven, nevertheless, I will collect them from there and bring them to the place I have chosen for bearing my name.
We are requesting you not because of we are righteous, but because of your compassion.Let me return to you, my Most High Ancient one, Yes, I Turned away from you, but realized and repented later.
I have made Teshuva following Zion Torah, approaching Cohen Gadol and afflicted my soul for the atonement in the heavens above(Yerushalayim shel LeMala) and returned to Mashiach Torah. When I had been made to understand, I struck my thigh in shame and remorse, bearing the weight of the disgrace acquired when I was young. I am surrendering my soul along with Israel souls to your merciful hand and commit that I obey you and word (spirit of Torah) of your grace in the merit of Avraham, Yitzchak and Yaaqov and in the merit of Yeshua haMashiach. Amein.
And as many as order their lives by this rule, shalom upon them and mercy and upon the Israel of Most High – Gal 6 : 16
They said, ‘All that Most High has spoken, we will do and we will hear.‘ (Exodus 24:3-7)
(LISTEN and OBEY the “VOICE”/ “WORD” of Most Ancient Holy one of Israel)
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