On that day the Eternal will strike, as the spike strikes ...
Could this be the fulfillment of another prophecy?
We have witnessed several cases in which one or two members of a family approach the Torah and consequently the Blessed Creator, later they travel to Israel even thanks to them, the whole family maintains some contact with the values of the Torah (the Creator) Judaism and the promised land.
It is written "In the future Yaacob's roots will sprout, Israel will flourish and fill the face of the earth with understanding" (Isaiah 27, 6)
Our sages explain that in the future, that is, at the end of time: "I will cause the root of Israel to spread, it will sprout and flourish" (mezudot David).
This verse compares the people of Israel with a vine that was destroyed and only its roots remained intact, however, this root will sprout and flourish so much, to the point that the whole land will be benefited by its wisdom.
And the Prophet Isaiah continues recounting another phenomenon that will occur:
"At the end of the days, before the Great Celestial Revelation: 'On that day the Eternal will strike (shake) how the spike is struck and you children of Israel will be gathered one by one" (27, 12)
The sages explain that here the Jewish people are compared to a production of grain. The same process used to separate them from the chaff will be used to separate the People of Israel from the other peoples (from the customs alien to Israel), after separating them, they must be joined one by one of their members.
We will find out how this happens, in certain cases one person per city, in others up to two per family, and thus from them, all families will be able to understand and return to finally participate in the Great Revelation that will occur at the end of the times.
"Even if there are few who return to Me, I will gather you and they will not sink you with those who remain rebellious. After the selection you will be collected one by one and whoever finds one of you will take him to Jerusalem" (Metzudat David)
(We clarify that "The end of days" does not mean that the world will end, simply that the objective for which the world was created will be close, before starting the new stage, later a period of hard events will begin )
* Metzudot David, also known as Baal Ha Metzudot, is a
great sage commentator on the Torah, 17th century.
The Garden of Breslev.