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If we map time, can we tell where it is taking us? The results are just too uncanny to be written off as coincidence.

The Sixth Millennium

The Sixth Millennium

The Last Day of Time

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The Sixth Millennium: The Last Day of Time

If we map time, can we tell where it is taking us? The results are just too uncanny to be written off as coincidence.
Science & Technology, Moshiach and the Future Redemption, History, Jewish History
Rabbi Tzvi Freeman, a senior editor at Chabad.org, also heads our Ask The Rabbi team. He is the author of Bringing Heaven Down to Earth. To subscribe to regular updates of Rabbi Freeman's writing, visit Freeman Files subscription. FaceBook @RabbiTzviFreeman Periscope @Tzvi_Freeman .
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Shira Washer El Paso, TX May 29, 2015

What a gem of a teaching! Everyone in the world should watch it! - yesterday! Reply

Harold Green Florida February 23, 2015

Moshiach cannot come The Moshiach cannot come in our life time. There are Jews who feel they are holier than other Jews. Hashem created all people equal. As our constitution states in the USA, we are all equal, under G-d, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. Yet, there are some sects that believe a person can be "more holy" by doing "more special rituals". An example is Kapporot. The Moshiach will arrive when, the human race starts to act like one group of people, living together, under G-d....... with justice for all. When the Jew and the Gentile and the Moslem and the Christian are all one, the Moshiach will come. Until then, we suffer. The chosen people are "the human race". Reply

gedalya cohen 31 fessler dr February 23, 2015

butifull clip Reply

rhonda February 23, 2015

how do u know Moshiach is coming Reply

Sue England February 22, 2015

Thank you so much Rabbi Freeman for a wonderful and totally inspiring lecture. Reply

Shira Washer EL PASO February 22, 2015

How wonderful. Thank you. Reply

Craig Hamilton Sandwich, MA February 20, 2015

Sad Judaism vs. Happy Judaism – Let us not erase our knowledge of the way things once were. In order to serve G-d properly, a Jew must know where he came from! Therefore, because history is relevant to the modern Jew, let us not discard the bitter memories of the weeping and wailing of the Judaism of night, and let us be grateful for the brighter side of Judaism started by the Baal Shem Tov. Reply

Rhonda Wainshilbaum Ma. usa February 19, 2015

Brilliant
Man. Thanks. Proud to be a yid Reply

Catherine Upper Brookville February 19, 2015

history and God As a teacher...I always loved history...american ..european...asian...african...ancient...modern..my own family tree.....on and on. However this view of history..is God's viewpoint. He had a plan..we are the players in it. With a look back we can see the connections to God's plan. It's so wonderful..so enlightening....and yet the schools never teach it. It's too bad..because with this understanding we all are connected, we all play a role that is important. Thank you for the enlightened understanding as to what is really happening. It gives one hope that light will come out of the current darkness of this world. God bless us all and God bless you Rabbi for this wonderful presentation. Reply

Julie USA February 18, 2015

ISIS I think it is unprecedented that Islam is "suddenly" appearing in such an invasive and horrific wave. Twenty years ago they were not on the news everyday beheading and terrorizing Jews and Christians, even other muslims. I pray please come Moshiach!!!!! It seems the whole world is against Israel. How long before Jerusalem will be returned to the Jews? Reply

Eduardo São Paulo/Brazil February 17, 2015

We are reaching the end of times. Moshiach is coming. May we really be prepared to be before Him. Reply