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BREAKING NEWS¦ The Russian Invasion of Ukraine - the next event prophetically?

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The Gemara in Masechet Sanhedrin has this same question. What's going to happen when Mashiach (Moshiach) is going to come? When Mashiach comes, he’s going to save all of the people that used to be criminals against Hashem, but did Teshuva. So what’s going to happen to the rest? They will be destroyed. The Mechalel Shabbat, the one that goes and touches a woman that's not his wife, and the one that's eating pork…gone! Scary Gemara. Scary Torah. There's going to be two things that destroy people. The first is Gog and Magog. It’s like what the goyim call armageddon: the end of the world. The War called Gog and Magog. At the time this Gemara was written, almost two thousand years ago, it was unimaginable how the world can end in a few moments. The weapons we had back then were spears. So even if you had 10 million people throw their spear against the next army that's also 10 million people, and everybody hits, worst case scenario: 20 million people died. How’s the rest of the world going to die? Meaning, it was unimaginable for end of the world scenario to happen in such end moments. Today, every average person that has used technology one day in their life understands how the world can end in a second. All somebody needs to do is press the button and atomic bombs go. Once one country sends atomic bombs, the enemy country sends atomic bombs in return. Within moments the world is destroyed. Hashem Yerachem. This we know from the prophet Zechariah, who wrote in chapter 14 of Zechariah that at the end of the world certain things are going to happen, and he describes exactly what's going to happen The way he describes it is literally the definition of what happens during an atomic war. Melting skin, eyes becoming fluid, and all types of hideous, hideous descriptions of what happens as a result of atomic or biochemical warfare. So the Chachamim were asking their Rabbi, “Kavod HaRav, so how do we get protected from this?” He says: “Mashiach”. Mashiach will save people that did Teshuva However, this is the second second way people will be destroyed. Mashiach is going to be able to smell the sins on people. Whoever did Teshuva isn’t going to have to say anything. Mashiach is going to be able to smell whether he or she has yirat shamayim (fear of heaven) or not. Meaning: Mashiach will know if you’re a Mechalel Shabbat or not. If you’re touching women that you’re not allowed to. If you’re protecting his eyes. Moshiach is going to know all this just by simply seeing you. A person who did not do Teshuva, unfortunately, joins the rest of the people that go with Gog and Magog. But David HaMelech tells us in Tehillim that the people who did Teshuva, will be saved by Mashiach. Despite the war and despite the pain. How to be Saved at the Time of Mashiach – The 2 Ways What do we have to do in order to be saved? In the Gemara, Eliezer ben Horkanos answers and he says: “Torah and Gemilut Hasadim”. What does that mean, Torah and Gemilut Hasadim? 1) Torah will Save You – Learn it and do it. Go learn the Torah, see what it says and do it. No excuses. Torah says, keep shabbat…keep shabbat. Torah says, keep kosher… keep kosher. Torah says, you have to be modest as a man or a woman… be modest as a man or a woman. Torah says you have to do certain things, do it. As soon as you learn it, start doing it. It's hard for you? Try again. Try and try and try until you pass. Just like anything else that's worthwhile in life. You want something, you go after it. That's what a winner does. So, Hakodesh Baruch Hu (the Holy One, blessed be He) told us: you have a Torah, you have Mitzvot. Some of them in the beginning are going to be hard for you. Why? You have a lot of peer pressure. Your friends are going to the movies. You…want to go to Shiur Torah but your friends say: “why are you going to go to shiur Torah? Come to the movies, nu? The new x-men is out. The new spider-man is out. The new Hashem Yerachem is out. The new something is out. The new Geheniom is out. Why do you go to a shiur Torah, why?
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