Messiah in Simchat Torah Chapter 3

  1. The Greatest Simchat Torah Ever
  2. Let the Joyousness begin…
  3. Multiplied blessings of never-ending Joy!

The Greatest Simchat Torah Ever:

A New Generation of the restored people of Israel will celebrate their first Jubilee and first Sukkot during the messianic age. Faith in the Messiah will be universal:

We will all be Messianic Jews one day soon.

Miraculously, those attending the first Jubileee and Sukkot of the messianic age will be greeted by the then resurrected and glorified patriarchs (אָבוֹת). Father Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Aaron, Moses, David and all the other Hebrew fathers, prophets, and tzaddakim (righteous ones) will have resurrected and will be dwelling in the Holy Land. The resurrected Prophet Daniel, whose prophecies reveal to us so much about the last day events will be in Eretz Israel to greet his beloved (mortal) relations who will have all assembled in the only home on earth for Jews, Eretz Israel.

The First Jubilee ever!

The glorified-righteous and holy Servants of the Adonai Eloheinu will be assembled by the Him in Israel to meet and greet their mortal descendants. This is possible because the holy ones (קדושים-kedoshim) will have been resurrected in Eretz Israel on the day of Messiah’s return (the Day of Atonement, the first Jubilee). After the enemies of Israel (the Rule of G-d) are completely defeated in a single day, preparations will immediately begin for the people of Israel to celebrate their first messianic Great Sukkot. The Great Sukkot will be observed five days ‘after’ Messiah’s glorious triumphant return to His Homeland on earth (Israel). This return of Messiah was promised to our fathers (Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Aaron, Moses, David, etc.), the prophets, the shlichim (sent ones), and the zaddakim (righteous ones). At this wondrous time our people and land of Israel will be fully restored up to the fulfillment of all of the promises of Adonai our Father!

Let the Joyousness begin…

The national (new beginning) marriage celebration of the atseret-extension of Sukkot will go on for a thousand years. Yom Kippur will be put on ‘pause’ on the day the Messiah returns to earth. Then one thousand years later Yom Kippur will be restarted and continued right up to the completion of the “closing of the Gate ceremony;” which will, again, be accomplished in a single day. Then the final judgment of humankind will be sealed for all of human history. Human history as we now know it will end and eternity will begin. These two days of Yom Kippur that serve as bookends to the entire one thousand year period of the rule of Messiah on earth are called the Yom Kippurim (י֤וֹם כִּפֻּרִים֙)

The fast approaching time of the Messianic Era.

The time of the messianic age will lead to the greatest number of people to ever be adopted into the heavenly Father’s family and to the time when the highest population of humans to ever live on planet earth will occur. We believe during the messianic era that over ninety percent of the entire world’s population will embrace faith in Adonai and His Son who is our Messiah. Over a thousand year period of peace and wellness, during a span of time where incredible, unimaginable advancements in science and medicine will occur, could result in over one hundred to two hundred billion people being added to the family of Abba Avinu.

At present the population estimates of “all of the humans who have ever lived” is at around forty billion on the low side and one hundred billion on the high side. We believe over two-thirds of all of the humans who have ever lived will belong to the family of Abba Avinu! Therefore, at the end of the thousand year messianic era (and of mortal human history from Adam on) we believe two-thirds of all of all of the human beings who have ever lived will belong to the family of Abba Avinu. Therefore, this means that one-third of all the human populace that has ever lived will not belong to our heavenly Father’s family.

This percentage of one-third is the same as the percentage of the “stars that fell from heaven;” one-third is the exact percentage of the angels who rebelled against the Holy One. So then, in this near-future time of great spiritual procreativity—this time where over ninety per cent of the global populace will be Indwelt by the Presence of the Spirit of the Holy One—the ancient prophecy to father Abraham and of Isaiah will finally be fulfilled (Genesis 12:1-3; Isaiah 54:1-3):

“Go forth from your country,
And from your relatives
And from your father’s house,
To the land which I will show you;
And I will make you a great nation,
And I will bless you,
And make your name great;
And so you shall be a blessing;
And I will bless those who bless you…
And in you all the families of the earth will be blessed.”

“Shout for joy, O barren one, you who have borne no child; break forth into joyful shouting and cry aloud, you who have not travailed. For the sons of the desolate one will be more numerous than the sons of the married woman,” says Adonai. “Enlarge the place of your tent. Stretch out the curtains of your dwellings. Spare not. Lengthen your cords and strengthen your pegs. “For you will spread abroad to the right and to the left and your descendants will possess nations. And you will resettle the desolate cities.”

Multiplied blessings of never-ending Joy:

Then will the end to human misery finally come to an end and the beginning of the true spiritual rainfall of heaven will be abundantly poured out upon us all (Jew and Gentile), as multiplied blessings of unlimited, eternal joy. The atseret-extended Sukkot (and paused Yom Kippur) will end with the final service of Sealing that will occur on the last day of the Millennium. Then all the unrighteous dead who lived and died throughout human history, including the minority of persons who will have rebelled against the Rule of G-d during the Garden of Eden-like thousand year world-reign of Messiah, will be raised and judged at the Great White Throne Judgment. The unrighteous will then tragically go to their place. And then the tzaddikim (righteous ones) of the heavenly Father will joyously go to our place, the new heavens and the new earth.

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