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When is the Messiah finally going to arrive?

by Rabbi Naftali Silberberg


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The Torah says,1 "[When] you will return unto the Lord, your G-d, and listen to His voice, according to everything that I command you today . . with all your heart and all your soul. Then the Lord, your G-d, will bring back your captivity and have mercy upon you. And He will gather you in from all the nations..."

It is our obligation to increase our acts of goodness and kindness to hasten moshiach's revelation
The Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneersohn, has prophetically informed us that we are currently living in the generation of the messianic redemption. It is our obligation to increase our acts of goodness and kindness to hasten his revelation.


  • 1. Deut. 30:2.


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Posted by: Yudayajin, Kobe, Japan on Feb 06, 2006

Everyone says how the Moshiach is near and we should increase our good deads, but why? If in the Messianic age all Jews will do Teshuvah and receive the opportunity to connect to Hashem why do people need to act good now? Yes it might bring the Moshiach sooner, but this can't motivate people.

Editor's Comment

The more you study about the Messianic Age, the more you will be motivated to do whatever is in your power to hasten the onset of this Era.


Philosophy » Messiah

Torah is G–d’s teaching to man. In general terms, we refer to the Five Books of Moses as “The Torah.” But in truth, all Jewish beliefs and laws are part of the Torah.
A Chassidic master. A saintly person who inspires followers to increase their spiritual awareness.
One who follows the teachings of the Chassidic group which was formerly based in the Belarus village of Lubavitch. Today, the movement is based in Brooklyn, New York with branches worldwide. The Lubavitch movement is also widely known as "Chabad."
It is forbidden to erase or deface the name of G-d. It is therefore customary to insert a dash in middle of G-d's name, allowing us to erase or discard the paper it is written on if necessary.