The Days of Mashiach and Beyond

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The Days of Mashiach and Beyond

An Anthology from Biblical, Midrashic, Talmudic & Rabbinic Writings

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SKU
47315
Dimensions

6" x 9"

Format

Hardcover

Language

English

Pages

284

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Explore the depths of prophecy, resurrection, and the eagerly awaited arrival of the Mashiach in “The Days of Mashiach and Beyond.” This comprehensive and enlightening work delves into profound questions that have intrigued humanity for generations.

Within the pages of this book, you’ll embark on a journey through the rich tapestry of Jewish tradition and prophecy. It tackles intriguing topics such as the dual occurrences of the Resurrection of the Dead, the enigmatic appearance of false messiahs throughout history, and the compelling question of whether we can actively hasten the arrival of the Mashiach.

One of the fascinating aspects explored is the concept of two King Mashiachs, shedding light on the intricate layers of this divine plan. The age-old debate of whether the Third Temple will descend from Heaven fully constructed or be built by human hands is examined, providing a glimpse into the profound spiritual significance of this event.

The book offers detailed insights into the mechanics of the Resurrection of the Dead, a concept deeply rooted in Jewish theology. It addresses intricate questions, such as the status of a spouse who remarried after their first partner’s death, and to whom they will be married after both return from the Resurrection of the Dead.

As the narrative unfolds, you’ll be transported through time, tracing the history of the Mashiach’s spirit from before the world’s creation to our present day, just before the Mashiach’s anticipated arrival. The book documents what will transpire before the Mashiach’s coming and what transformations will unfold afterward, including the prophesied War of Gog and Magog, the monumental task of rebuilding the Third Temple, and the awe-inspiring Resurrection of the Dead.

Drawing extensively from the Talmud, Midrash, Biblical sources, and the wisdom of the Sages of Israel across generations, this work is meticulously researched and annotated, providing a valuable resource for those seeking a deeper understanding of these profound subjects.

The book concludes with practical steps that readers can take to contribute to the hastening of the Mashiach’s arrival, making it a call to action for all who long for the fulfillment of this ancient prophecy.