Just a few days before His death on the cross, Jesus made it very clear that He would not return until the Jews of Jerusalem welcome Him back with the Messianic phrase “Baruch Haba B’Shem Adonai” Blessed is He who comes in the Name of the Lord (Mt. 23:37-39).
Today, thanks to the double miracle of the regathering of the Jewish people to their ancient homeland and the restoration of the Hebrew language, this phrase itself is again in common use throughout the land of Israel. On any given day hearty cries of “Baruch Haba’ or ‘welcome’ can be heard echoing among the golden-hued building of Jerusalem’s prophetic streets.
But is Israel today ready to say Barauch Haba to Jesus? Are the Jewish people getting closer to reversing the historic rejection of Jesus and welcoming him back as the Jewish Messiah? The past year has seen significant stumbling blocks being removed, and I believe we are getting closer to that glorious day.
Orthodox Rabbis ‘Welcome Jesus for Christmas’
Although Jesus was popular among the people for His day, He was widely rejected by His contemporary religious leader. Today, in marked contrast, we can see a growing movement among Orthodox Jewish leaders which is breaking down barriers towards Christianity and the person of Jesus
Editors Note- At the end of the article I found some groups that work on ministering to the Jews. Please take a look at them. To me this is the number one sign that we are approaching the end times, the blindness being lifted. Praise God for this and it makes me very happy to see.