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In a recent presentation, Bible code expert Rabbi Matityahu Glazerson revealed the years that the Messiah could have theoretically arrived but didn’t. He also revealed when the Messiah will arrive.

Rabbi Glazerson begins the presentation by explaining that there are times when the Messiah is supposed to come “naturally” but was delayed due to the sins of the nation of Israel.

For example, the Rabbi demonstrates how the Torah Codes show that in the Jewish calendar year of 5775 (2014-2015), the Messiah was supposed to arrive however he didn’t due to sinful behavior. The codes even reveal the words “will not be redeemed” highlighting the fact that the Messiah would not arrive that year, even though he could have. The same goes for the following year: 5776 (2015-2016)

Another year that the Jewish people were denied the Messiah according to Rabbi Glazerson was 5778 (2017-2018). He credits lack of faith in God, (sexual) impurity and the desecration of the Sabbath as reasons why the Messiah didn’t arrive in those years.

Rabbi Glazerson then reveals that the Messiah will arrive in the Jewish calendar year of 5781 which can be anytime from the night of Rosh Hashanah on September 18, 2020 until the end of 5781 during the day on September 6, 2021.

Rabbi Glazerson adds that when that happens, the people of Israel will take possession of the land as written in Numbers 33:

And you shall take possession of the land and settle in it, for I have assigned the land to you to possess. (Numbers 33:53)

However the rabbi adds that this can only happen if the Jewish people repent. Towards the end of his presentation, Rabbi Glazerson again points out how 5781 is what is revealed in the Bible as “the time of God.” On the same table, the words “Messiah” is highlighted twice as well as the word “end”. Although he didn’t explain why “end” was highlighted, it likely points to the End of Days.


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