Jews and Christians Unite in the Battle Against Anarchy

  • Dr. Fauci has given America bad news about the spread of Corona.
  • Demonstrations in America are a sign that people have lost hope.
  • There is always hope until the last day and a share in the afterlife as a reward.

Christianity has brought freedom in the world through Jesus. From life experience and current events is clear that freedom without law and order doesn’t work. The Lubavitcher Rebbe located in New York recognized the problem of the abuse of freedom. Representing the Torah the Law of Moses he solved the spiritual problem of one Messiah, the Messiah of freedom and accepted to be for the world the Messiah of justice which includes freedom. The world now is in a more spiritual balance ruled by God and the two Messiahs. There remains only to receive the message of the two Messiahs to make the world a better place. This is also the message of President Trump to America and the world. America the land of freedom needs law and order.

The Lubavitcher Rebbe was revealed in the previous generation as the Messiah of the Law of Moses. The world now has two Messiahs the Messiah of the Universal Faith, and the Messiah of Religion.

It is good to fear death for the sake of extending a good life to serve God and to do good deeds. The Bible encourages to love work and to love life. The accomplishments of a human being who is a soul in a physical body are much greater even than the reward for these accomplishments which are received in the afterlife. A soul is a spiritual light energy which descends down from heaven when a baby takes its first breath. A soul is the light of an angel.

The challenges of life are great. There is no life without suffering. In life there is joy and sadness. Rabbi Nachman of Breslov a Chassidic master said, “The life in this world is like crossing a narrow bridge, the most important thing to remember is not to fear.”  The first part of education is to know and believe that God is the creator of the universe. Accepting God as the creator of the universe may be difficult in dark times like today but when in doubt leave the issue of true belief on the side and approach life with a positive attitude, that the challenges and sufferings in life are important to reach a higher goal of self-satisfaction which means “give it your best.”  A song like “Give it all you got” sung by the group Eighth Day sums it all up in a nut shell.

Eighth Day refers to the eternal day, the eternal world which is above nature, the world of God. The world we live in was created by God in seven days, like it says in Genesis, “In six days God created the heavens and earth, and in the seventh day he rested.”  Also it says, “in six days do all your work, and the seventh day is for rest.”  Everyone in this world needs a purpose which is accomplished through finding a worthwhile profession. The reward for the work in the six days of the week is received on the Sabbath the seventh day. The seventh day in this world is a day for vacation, to spend with your family and to do the things which you enjoy most. The afterlife is hidden in this world called the “eighth day.”  Believing in God includes believing in the eighth eternal day.

Jews have brought into the world the recognition of God the creator of the universe who created the world in seven days. Jews have brought into the world the idea of Sabbath. Christians expanded on the recognition of the seven days of creation, by adding onto these seven days which are in the world of man repeated from week to week the belief in the eighth day an eternal day.  Judaism emphasizes the importance of the challenges of life building a share in the afterlife through the doing of good deeds which includes in it religious observance, Jewish daily prayer and customs, holiday observance, and Sabbath observance.

Christianity more emphasizes the eighth eternal day connected to resurrection of Jesus the Messiah.  There are two sides of truth. The two sides are work and rest. There is no permanent rest in this world. This world is called by the sages a corridor to the next world. The six days of the week enter the seventh day which is called the Sabbath. Then is again repeated the cycle until the last day of life.

Just like there are two sides of truth has been revealed in Judaism in the last generation the Messiah of work in this world for the sake of building the kingship of God on earth. The work always continues and even becomes more difficult in hard times like today when the world is suffering the Corona Pandemic. Sitting in quarantine is also work.  Medical doctors and Health Workers are doing the work of God trying to save lives. Political leaders and religious leaders are working together to solve the problems of life. Everyone is working together for one purpose, the purpose of life and World Unity and Peace.

The Lubavitcher Rebbe of blessed memory before he left the world gave the message for all of humanity to find the Messiah.  To find the Messiah means also to find the purpose of life connected to the seven days of creation and the eighth day. The fervent followers of the Rebbe declared the Rebbe to be the Messiah of the work of the seven days of creation which Judaism represents.  The Rebbe was the first one in Jewish history to accept this title. The Rebbe is the Messiah of the Jewish Sabbath to unite the seventh day called the Sabbath with the eighth day.

Jews and Christians have finally united together in the battle for World faith against faithlessness which tells humanity to give up hope. Rabbi Nachman of Breslov taught, “There is no such thing as hopeless.” Live a full life to include in it the seven days of creation and the eight day. Receive the Messiah of the seven day of creation and the Messiah of the eight day.

Moses brought into the world the Bible on Mount Sinai to be the foundation of faith for all of mankind. He made the Jewish people a nation with the Law of Moses as their religion. Through the Bible he has brought faith to all the nations of the world through other prophets. Today all the prophets are united together in resurrection with Moses and the Universal faith.

Each person has the choice to unite with God through connecting with the resurrection of the prophets or through the learning of the Bible.  When you connect with the prophets you become included in the seventy elders of Israel who were also prophets. About Moses it says in Deuteronomy, “there won’t be in Israel a prophet as great as Moses who knew God face to face.”  Moses encouraged everyone to unite with him to receive prophesy. In Jerimiah 31, he writes, “In the end of time all people will know God young and old not only through scripture but also through prophesy.”  The Lubavitcher Rebbe told the world that this time has arrived.

Learn the Bible and connect to God through prayer. Prayer can be read from books of prayer like Psalms or can be prayed in your own language from your own heart requesting from God the most important requests and giving to God your deepest feelings.

“God bring to the world a successful vaccine and medicines for healing Corona and other diseases. Let everyman know the teachings of the Bible and connect to God through connecting to the resurrection of the prophets. May God and your name be one in the whole earth.” The name of God is Shalom a perfect peace including the seven days of creation and the eighth day.

Dr. Fauci and WHO have given America and the world bad news about the spread of Corona. Demonstrations in America are a sign that people have lost hope. There is always hope until the last day and a share in the afterlife as a reward.

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David Wexelman

Rabbi David Wexelman is the  author of five books on the topics of World Unity and Peace, and Progressive Jewish Spirituality. Rabbi Wexelman is a member of the American Friends of Maccabee, a charitable organization helping the poor in the United States and in Israel.  Donations are tax deductible in the USA.

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