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Yemot HaMashiach Who, What, When, How, and Why (More or less in that order)

(Not the Messiah, But a Very Naughty Boy)

Presented By Tzevet Beit Midrash For Paradise Chavruta est !"##$"%$!& Moshevet Chevlei Mashiach

How do we understand Mashiach'


Perha(s you understand Mashiach as somethin) similar to this* +You wa,e u( on a -ri)ht, sunny, .unday mornin) to your trusty radio
alarm cloc, )oin) o at / o cloc,, wa,in) u( to the mornin) news as you usually do0 Today thou)h, is di erent0 The news announcer seems (articularly e1cited0 +Fol,s,2 he says, +We have an old man in a don,ey )oin) throu)h the streets o the city, ma,in) some sort o stran)e announcement0 .tay tuned or more details0 You rush out o -ed, )et dressed 3uic,ly, and )o to your local syna)o)ue or shacharit0 When you arrive, the con)re)ants are all a-uzz a-out that mornin)4s news0 Could it -e' Could it -e, at lon) last, the messiah has arrived' 5ll o a sudden, in the middle o (esu,ei d4zimra, the doors -urst o(en, and lo and -ehold, a old man with a lowin) white -eard ridin) on what is clearly a don,ey, races into the sanctuary0 +6a-otai7 8 am 9li:ah The Pro(het, who you have so an1iously awaited, and -ecause o the act you have -ecome united;sto((ed s(ea,in) <ashon Hara;all made (lans to ma,e aliyah;dressed very modestly;recycled all your (lastic;(insert your own (et cause here), 8 have come to redeem you72 5 cheer )oes u( amon) the con)re)ants0 +Hooray72, they shout, +We are redeemed72 Much dancin) ensues0 5 ter lettin) everyone )et out !,""" years o misery out o their system, 9li:ah clears his throat to )et everyone4s attention0 +Please )o to the (ar,in) lot or your com(limentary ride to The Holy <and2 9veryone rushes outside to ind a whole loc, o )iant ea)les sittin) in the (ar,in) lot0 +Come, my riends72 9li:ah says, +Board these ea)les7 They are made s(ecially to carry you to 9retz Yisrael7 5nd they tal, too72 You clim- onto one o the ea)les, leavin) your li e amon)st your )entile nei)h-ors -ehind0 You wonder or a second what will ha((en to them, -ut you decide you don4t care very much0 5nd it turns out, your 9a)le He tells you his name is 6ain-ow0 8n no time, you are lyin) over 9retz Yisrael0 5nd it loo,s -eauti ul0 But somethin) loo,s sli)htly di erent a-out the (lace0 6ain-ow notices your con usion0 +5ll the mountains and valleys o 8srael have turned to Candy7 5nd it4s all ree7 5nd it4s ma)ic candy7 .o you4ll never )et a tummy ache72

Much cheerin) ensues rom all0 You loo, u(, and you see an amazin) si)ht0 The Beit Hami,dash, the one you4ve seen illustrations o all your li e, it4s lyin), ri)ht -eside you7 You ollow the lyin) Tem(le, until it comes to a s(ectacular landin) on to( o what was ormerly the =ome > The 6oc,0 9veryone is ha((y0 Yay72

8n the ollowin) (a)es, ,ee( this story in mind, and thin, o how accurate this (erce(tion, or your (erce(tion, o Mashiach is0
(?ote* The to(ics o techiyas hameisim and >lam Ha-a, while e1tremely im(ortant, are -eyond the sco(e o this shiur0 .ources on those are to -e scattered around this -eit midrash)

TH9 WH5T What is Mashiach'


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Who is Mashiach, and what will he do'

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them0 HT bK b@ c f ,FC c dH _E fP _ eAF ^ CL dO _C fP cVK _H c _C ` PL b[ c _C f ,FN bCQ ^H _M ` KL c gP b FH bI bP c 7 5nd the cow and the -ear shall eede their 0AK ^M ^ $O@ c f EC g youn) ones shall lie down to)ethere and the lion shall eat straw li,e the o10 OP cBY b ,CN c `P gQI _V ` MH fP cEB _ OQ fP _ eAM ^I b H[ c l $OQ f ,TN dP gC QG fQ a iG `P a _ 8 5nd the suc,in) child shall (lay on the 0FL bF bP gLC b hole o the as(, and the weaned child shall (ut his hand on the -asilis,Xs den0 FE bO _B b $C@ ` *CG c `L a _T b HF f $O@ bK _ ,P c cMC[ `G _C a f$EO gP _P cQH dC b$EO g 9 They shall not hurt nor destroy in all My mDn 0JCD `f c @B _ JC bO c f ,JC `B f@ c f ,FP c bFC _$ME ^ FQ bL d ,]H c ^E bF b holy mountaine or the earth shall -e ull o the ,nowled)e o the <>6=, as the waters cover the sea0 {S} ,JCB `Q c f DN dO _ LB dQ g HG ^E a i CG fC a `G aH ^G g ,EP a cFF f JP gC cK f ,FC c bF bP _ 10 5nd it shall come to (ass in that day, that mIn 0LP gK@ b ,P c gM[ bN lB _ FM bC _F bP _ eP cG aH gL _C ` JC `P gY c PCO bE d the root o hesse, that standeth or an ensi)n o the (eo(les, unto him shall the nations see,e and his restin)$(lace shall -e )lorious0 {P} $ME ^ ,MP gNT _O ` ,P gLC b MCN `G d CN a bL gE i UCD `P gC ,EP cFF f JP gC cK f FC c bF bP _ 11 5nd it shall come to (ass in that day, that DP gHM _I fB c `P c JC `H fV _B `B c `P c HP cG aE c fB d HE dG bC c a ` HG ^E a i $$P gB cQ f HE bG _ the <ord will set His hand a)ain the second a 0JC bF c f ,CC dE c `B dP c ,MB b[ iB dP c HQ bN _G `B c a `P c JO b CQ dB dP c ,G aP c@ cB `P c time to recover the remnant o His (eo(le, that shall remain rom 5ssyria, and rom 9)y(t, and rom Pathros, and rom Cush, and rom 9lam, and rom .hinar, and rom Hamath, and rom the islands o the sea0 FL bP cFC _ MP gVI lN _P c eOE dH bG _C j ` C[ dL _N ` UD fE bP _ ,JC `P gY cO f DN d EG bN j bP _ 12 5nd He will set u( an ensi)n or the 0]H ^E bF b MP gIN _@ f QK c fH c _E fB d ,]K dT c fC _ nations, and will assem-le the dis(ersed o 8srael, and )ather to)ether the scattered o hudah rom the our corners o the earth0

Who is Mashiach' Where does he come rom' What does he do' What are his (ersonal 3ualities' What does a world in which Mashiach has come loo, li,e' What are the di erences -etween this vision o Mashiach, and the one (resented in the story on the irst (a)e'

6am-am, Hilchos Melachim Pere, ##, Halacha &


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Halacha 4
8 a ,in) will arise rom the House o =avid who dili)ently contem(lates the Torah and o-serves its mitzvot as (rescri-ed -y the Written <aw and the >ral <aw as =avid, his ancestor, will com(el all o 8srael to wal, in (the way o the Torah) and recti y the -reaches in its o-servance, and i)ht the wars o ood, we may, with assurance, consider him Mashiach0 8 he succeeds in the a-ove, -uilds the Tem(le in its (lace, and )athers the dis(ersed o 8srael, he is de initely the Mashiach0 He will then im(rove the entire world, motivatin) all the nations to serve ood to)ether, as Tze(haniah p*q states* X8 will trans orm the (eo(les to a (urer lan)ua)e that they all will call u(on the name o ood and serve Him with one (ur(ose0X 8 he did not succeed to this de)ree or was ,illed, he surely is not the redeemer (romised -y the Torah0 6ather, he should -e considered as all the other (ro(er and com(lete ,in)s o the =avidic dynasty who died0 ood caused him to arise only to test the many, as =aniel ##*pr states* X5nd some o the wise men will stum-le, to try them, to re ine, and to clari y until the a((ointed time, -ecause the set time is in the uture0X What 3uali ications does the 6am-am ma,e or the Mashiach' How does the 6am-am view Mashiach' 5s a .u(erman, or a re)ular human -ein)'

TH9 WH9? When should we -e e1(ectin) Mashiach'


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He then as,ed him, XWhen will the Messiah come'X s Xoo and as, him himsel ,X was his re(ly0 XWhere is he sittin)'X s X5t the entrance0X &# 5nd -y what si)n may 8 reco)nise him'X s XHe is sittin) amon) the (oor le(ers* all o them untie tthemu&! all at once, and re-anda)e them to)ether, &p whereas he unties and re-anda)es each se(arately, t-e ore treatin) the ne1tu, thin,in), should 8 -e wanted, tit -ein) time or my a((earance as the Messiahu 8 must not -e delayed tthrou)h havin) to -anda)e a num-er o soresu0X .o he went to him and )reeted him, sayin), X(eace u(on thee, Master and Teacher0X X(eace u(on thee, > son o <evi,X he re(lied0 XWhen wilt thou come Master'X as,ed he, XTo$ dayX, was his answer0 >n his returnin) to 9li:ah, the latter en3uired, XWhat did he say to thee'X s X(eace v(on thee, > son o <evi,X he answered0 Thereu(on he t9li:ahu o-served, XHe there-y assured thee and thy ather o ta (ortion inu the world to come0X XHe s(o,e alsely to me,X he re:oined, Xstatin) that he would come to$day, -ut has not0X He t9li:ahu answered him, XThis is what he said to thee, To$day, i ye will hear his voice0X && May-e ?ot'
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limits is a((lica-le, it is 3uite intelli)i-le why the man is (ermitted tto drin, wineu on .a--aths and estival dayse -ut i it -e contended that the law o .a--ath limits is ina((lica-le why tit may -e as,edu is it (ermitted t or the man to drin, wineu on .a--aths and estival days' s There the case is di erent since .cri(ture said* Behold 8 will send you 9li:ah the (ro(het etc0and 9li:ah, surely, did not come on the (revious day0 8 so, even in the case o wee,days, tthe drin,in) o wineu should -e (ermitted on any day since 9li:ah did not come on the (revious day' But the act is that we assume that he a((eared -e ore the hi)h court, then why should we not here also assume that he a((eared -e ore the hi)h court' s Isr !" # s "$%& &$ '!!% ss(r!) *# * +",- # .$(") %$* /$0! !,*#!r $% S '' *# !1!s $r $% 2!s*,1 " !1!s $.,%& *$ *#! 3!$3"!4s 3r!$//(3 *,$%5 When can Mashiach not come, accordin) to this oemara' Based on that assum(tion, i a (erson were to say he would -e a nazir the day Mashiach comes, what would -e the halacha' (hust to hel( you understand what4s )oin) on in this oemara) Based on the a-ove two sources, is Mashiach comin) a lon), slow, (rocess, or somethin) that could ha((en anytime, in an instant'

x0>r is it a lon), slow, (rocess'


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TH9 H>W How will the world -e in the times o Mashiach'


Will nature continue to wor, in the same way'
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How does the 6am-an understand how the world will unction in the times o Mashiach'
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How does the 6am-am understand those times' How is this di icult' 6am-am, 8ntroduction To Pere, Chele,
However, e1ce(t or he act that soverei)nty will revert to 8srael, nothin) will -e essentially di erent rom what it is now0 This is what the sa)es tau)ht* +The only di erence -etween this world and the days o the Messiah is that o((ression -y other ,in)doms will -e a-olished2 (Bera,hot p&-e .ha--at ypa, #r#-e Pesahim y/ae .anhedrin q#-, qqa)0 8n the days o the Messiah there will still -e rich and (oor, stron) and wea,0 However in those days it will -e very easy or men to ma,e a livin)0 5 minimum o la-or will (roduce )reat -ene its0 This is what the sa)es meant when they said* +8n the uture, the land o 8srael will -rin) orth ready -a,ed rolls and ine woolen )arments2 (.ha--at p"-)0 This is rather li,e what (eo(le say when someone inds somethin) ready or use0 They say, +.o$and$.o has ound his -read already -a,ed and his meal already coo,ed02 The .cri(tural su((ort or all o this in the e1(ression, +and aliens shall -e your (lowmen and your vinedressers2 (8s0 y#*r)0 This verse su))ests that there will -e sowin) and rea(in) even in the Messianic time0

How does the 6am-am understand (assu,im that tal, a-out nature -ein) chan)ed'

TH9 WHY Why is Mashiach such a undamental -elie ' Why does it matter so much'
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