08 September 2015

"HaShem Has to Wake Up Am Yisrael"

"HaShem Has to Wake Up Am Yisrael"

This is an update to a previous post A Warning From Shomayim, in which Rabbi Vaknin Warns of Imminent War and Danger. Now Rabbi Vaknin is giving Am Yisrael precise advice. The following is what appears on BreakingIsrael News. I am assuming that the quoted text is verbatim otherwise why quote; however, the source in Hebrew which I do not have would be more accurate.

This does not mean that the message is any different.

“When Hashem (G-d) doesn’t see that people are waking up, He has to wake them up,” Nachman explained to Breaking Israel News. “The rabbi is here to ensure that the message comes in rachamim (mercy), not din (strict judgement). Rabbi Vaknin is the messenger. He’s the message of rachamim on Am Yisrael (the Jewish people).”

According to Nachman, the importance of repentance cannot be overstated. Rabbi Vaknin is urging the Jewish people to repent for four things in particular.

The most urgent things to repent for are the inner sins that you hide away from people and the sins that people see. And kibud av v’eim (honoring your father and mother) is one of the most important things. And always say the truth of what’s in your heart. Be real. It’s all about emet (truth).”

In light of the divine message of war, Rabbi Nachman called on his followers to attend a special prayer gathering, scheduled for Thursday, Sept 17, which falls during the spiritually significant period between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, known as the Ten Days of Repentance.

“Any decree can be changed. It depends on Am Yisrael’s teshuva (the repentance of the Jewish People). The people in Israel are really scared of what’s coming, Hashem (God) wants us to do a prayer gathering of everyone who’s really in fear,” Nachman explained.

The Book of Proverbs (14:28) states, Barav am hadrat melech – The King’s glory is in a multitude of people.” According to Nachman, If there are at least 100 men, we can change the decree. We will ask Hashem for rachamim (mercy) and ask Hashem to bring Moshiach (Messiah).”