Dr. Rivkah Lambert Adler is a Bible and Prophecy Watch reporter on Breaking Israel News. She made aliyah in 2010 from Baltimore, where her husband served as a synagogue rabbi. Rivkah and her husband currently live in Gush Etzion, just south of Jerusalem. On September 11, 2001, she became passionate about the Land of Israel and the Final Redemption, about which she has been writing, speaking and teaching ever since. Rivkah is the editor of Ten From The Nations: Torah Awakening Among Non-Jews, available on Amazon and the coordinator of Torah School for the Nations which meets in Jerusalem. She has a Ph.D. from the University of Maryland.
Hours before the wedding, despite all the last minute arrangements, Mendlowitz was expecting, “At least the same level of simcha (joy), if not greater. Perhaps people will be more inclined to make us feel good,” he said laughingly.
“If I forget you, O Yerushalayim, let my right hand wither; let my tongue stick to my palate if I cease to think of you, if I do not keep Yerushalayim in memory even at my happiest hour.” (Psalm 137:5-6)
Acknowledging that the coronavirus has brought much darkness into the world, international Torah teacher and messianic expert Rabbi Mendel Kessin gave a Torah class last week that reveals, on a mystical level, how the appearance of the coronavirus is actually accelerating the process of redemption.
The Rabbis teach that, “In the generation when the son of David will come, the number of Torah scholars will decrease.” Ben Yaakov pointed out that a shockingly high number of Orthodox rabbis have lost their lives to the coronavirus.