A rabbi in Israel has analyzed the results of the US election and found a startling connection between the Democratic candidate and a pathway to the Final Redemption. Of course, this requires a bit of explanation as some paths are rockier than others.
A prayer to hasten the Messiah is circling the globe, with millions of copies transferred from hand to hand, one copy at a time. For the first time, Breaking Israel News reveals the story of the remarkable prayer, how the prayer’s roots were almost lost 200 years ago and recently rediscovered, and provides an English translation of the prayer.
Rabbi Yosef Berger cites a 1,000-year-old collection of teachings from Elijah the Prophet as well as proclamations from hidden righteous men in Jerusalem to reveal how the redemption was brought in Egypt and how that can be replayed next week during the Passover holiday.
Unable to work while in the army and making only meager army wages, Yaakov was uncertain how he would manage with the extra expenses that come with the winter months.
For some IDF soldiers, the daily struggle doesn’t stop with the call to arms in order to protect their beloved homeland.
A recent study found that 9.6 percent of Jewish residents in Jerusalem who directly experienced terrorism and 6.7 percent of those indirectly exposed to terrorism suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
With 1.7 million people in the Holy Land living below the poverty line there is no loss of opportunity for God’s constant mercy.
For many, their lives have never recovered from the pain, shock and trials of being removed from their homes, jobs and communities.
In 2013, against all odds, 16-year-old Elior Babian, a student from an impoverished family with medical issues, was crowned Israel’s high school Bible Quiz champion.
Smadar’s quick actions prevented a much larger loss of life. Without him, his disabled wife and five children are drowning in debt.