“Wait on the LORD; be strong, and let thy heart take courage; yea, wait thou for the LORD.” Psalms 27:14 (The Israel Bible™)
An Israeli Kabbalist (mystical rabbi) has claimed that he was informed from Heaven that the process of redemption has already begun. A recent video, released by Bible Codes expert Rabbi Matityahu Glazerson, includes Bible Codes that appear to verify his statement.
Glazerson opens the video with a translation of a powerful quote by contemporary Kabbalist Rabbi Chaim Cohen. Cohen is popularly known as The Chalban (The Milkman) because he works during the day in an Israeli dairy, making cheese.
According to news reports in the Hebrew press, Cohen delivered a message in order to awaken the Jewish people to the imminent nature of the redemption. He said: “They told me from heaven that the process of salvation started today. You now have the opportunity to board the train of redemption. We don’t know how long it will take, but dear brothers, you have to know that the process of redemption started, and because of it, the troubles do not stop.”
In explaining the reference to troubles that “do not stop,” Glazerson connected redemption to birth. He said, “Before a birth, the labor pains are very, very often come one after the other. These are the troubles that we are going, unfortunately, through now in Israel.”
As the video continues, Glazerson shows a table in which he found the Hebrew words that mean “redemption started”. Interestingly, Glazerson said this is the only place this Bible Code appears. Even more interestingly, the place he found it is the Book of Genesis, chapter 49. This is the exact place where Jacob calls his sons together in order to prepare them for what they need to know about the End of Days.
And Jacob called unto his sons, and said: ‘Gather yourselves together, that I may tell you that which shall befall you in the end of days.’ (Genesis 49:1)
Near the phrase “redemption started”, Glazerson found the date 5775, which is the Hebrew year that corresponds to September 2014 – September 2015. The Hebrew year 5775 was a Shmittah (Sabbatical) year, which, according to Glazerson, is a year “destined for redemption.” In the same table, Glazerson also found the date 5776, which is the current Hebrew year. These Bible Codes hint that these two years are prime for the arrival of the Messiah.
Immediately after highlighting the promising dates, Glazerson points to the Bible Code for teshuva (repentance), which is a necessary condition for being ready to greet the Messiah. Nearby, Glazerson points out the Bible Code for Shabbat, the Jewish sabbath, indicating the importance of the Jewish people honoring the seventh day of the week and its relationship to redemption.
Other related Bible Codes found in this table include Moshiach (Messiah), keitz, a Hebrew word that means end and is often used to refer to the End of Days, and Eliyahu (Elijah), the Biblical prophet who is destined to announce the arrival of the Messiah.
The Hebrew story on which this video is based was published in August 2014, just before the beginning of the Shmittah year. Asked by Breaking Israel News why he looked for related codes over a year later, Glazerson said that he is currently working on and has found many tables “in which the dates 5775 and 5776 come together, so I realized that his words are true.”