“The Mystery of the New Covenant”

“The Mystery of the New Covenant”

The Great Kabblist Tzaddik, Rabbi Yitzach Kaduri,
who commemorated his 105th birthday this year, passed away
last weekend, January 29, 2005.
Students of the righteous rabbi say that the blessing of
the Ben Ish Chai (Chacham Yosef Chaim 1832 – 1904 considered
the leading rabbi of Sephardic Jewry) and the Lubavitcher High
Rabbi Menachem Schneerson (1902-1994) – both of whom
blessed him that he might live to see the Final Redeemer – came
true. The rabbi’s closest followers say that Rabbi Kaduri told
them that he met the Messiah on Cheshvan 9, 5764 (November 4,
2003) and He will soon come but first must come a time of great calamity.
Rabbi Kaduri was also quoted of late as saying that the imminent arrival of the Moshiach
(Messiah) will “save Jerusalem from Islam and Christianity that wish to take Jerusalem from the Jewish
Nation – but they will not succeed, and they will fight each other.”
This past Yom Kippur, shortly after Hurricane Katrina, Rabbi Kaduri said, “Jews must come to the
land of Israel to receive our righteous Moshiach, who has begun his influence and will reveal himself in the
future.”
Soon, at the right time we will return to the Land to await the Messiah, this is the revelation of the
New Covenant.
Most people, Messianics included, have no real idea what the New Covenant is. And a greater
mystery is that they have no idea what it is for. We must answer some very important questions: (1) What
did Rebbe YahShua understand the New Covenant to be; and (2) how did his death, burial and resurrection
affect the New Covenant? If we can answer these questions, then we can answer the critics that say
Messiah’s death abolished the Torah.
“Who is wise? Let him understand these things. Who is prudent? Let him know them. For the ways
of Yahweh are right; the righteous walk in them, but transgressors stumble in them. (Hosea 14:9)”
“For this is the love of Yahweh, that we keep His commandments. And His commandments are not
burdensome. (1 John 5:3)”
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