Monday, July 3, 2017

True Torah prophecy is organic to the Torah

I wanted to point out a very important fact that can help you identify the true prophecy.

Once a true prophecy has been fulfilled it becomes a redundant statement to the Torah. True prophecy does not and can't add or subtract anything from the Torah, therefore it needs to be a part of it.

For example, as in a case of my prophecy about Yom Kippur, once all Hebrews will start observing Yom Kippur on the correct day, my statement that Yom Kippur is on the 8th will become redundant to the Torah. My statement about correct day of Yom Kippur will become part of the Torah once it is fulfilled.

So make sure that prophecy is from the Torah and it is redundant to the Torah. Otherwise, it is not a valid prophecy.

For example, if someone would've predicted 9/11, it would not mean that it is a true Torah prophecy because 9/11 has nothing to do with the Torah or true Torah prophecy.

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