The Rabbi Who Found Messiah [5:52]
OCTOBER 2005: Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri, a lifelong legend in the Jewish community, announced on Yom Kippur (Oct 12-13, 2005),
“I have met the Messiah. He has appeared to me in a vision. He has attached his soul to a particular person in Israel. I will spend this day teaching you how to recognize the Messiah, for He shall appear soon. You must be ready for His coming. Many events of awe will take place before His coming … but they will happen quickly. … I must tell you something disturbing. I have no specific information to give you on the following matter other than what I am about to share with you now,” he also said. “The Messiah has revealed to me that He will not present Himself until after the death of our prime minister, Ariel Sharon.”
JANUARY 2006: Twelve weeks later, Ariel Sharon suffered a stroke (Jan 4, 2006) and was left in a permanent vegetative state. Twenty-four days later, Rabbi Kaduri died (Jan 28, 2006).
JANUARY 2007: Rabbi Kaduri left a hand-written note to be opened a year after his death. It read, “ירים העם ויוכיח שדברו ותורתו עומדים” (translated as “he will raise the people and confirm that his word and law are standing”), which by acronym, suggested the name Yehoshua, which is the Hebrew name for Jesus.
JANUARY 2014: After eight years and eight days in a coma, Ariel Sharon died (Jan 11, 2014).
About the numbers I highlighted:
TWO: Difference, division or double portion. E.g., Old Testament (Jew) and New Testament (Gentile). For Christians, Jesus, the second person of the Trinity, plus his human and divine natures.
EIGHT: Salvation, resurrection, and new birth/regeneration.
TWELVE: Perfection of church and government.
TWENTY-FOUR: Twelve times Two = Perfection of God’s kingdom, the coming together of Jew and Gentile in Yeshua Messiah.
BOOK and DVD: “The Rabbi Who Found Messiah”