“Caution about Rabbi Kaduri’s pronouncements” by Rowina (10 Aug 2012)
This is a very good article with very good advise. We must always use our discernment when reading or accepting things of a spiritual nature.
Rowina (10 Aug 2012)
“Caution about Rabbi Kaduri’s pronouncements“
I do not believe Rabbi Kaduri said that the Messiah would arrive in the month of Av of this year. Somehow this version of his pronouncements has emerged, and I myself have incorrectly stated this on Five Doves.
We as Christians should not believe all that Rabbi Kaduri stated, in any case. At one point, when he was yet alive and teaching, he said that he had received a revelation that the Spirit of Messiah had attached itself to a man living in Israel. This is a different view of Messiah than we as Christians have.
And he said that the Messiah would come after Ariel Sharon has died, which was is primary way of dating the coming. It is reported on some sites that he said that Sharon would be the last Prime Minister of Israel, which we know is not true. He did indeed write on a piece of paper, opened a year after his death, that the name of the Messiah would be Yehoshua (Yeshua). And because of this a lot of pronouncements have come forth which are confusing and cannot all be true.
He was a teacher of Kaballah, a mystical form of Judaism, of which we should be cautious. Stephen Yulish, a Jew converted to Christianity, has written about the dangers of Kaballah. One place Yulish has written about this is on the site Heed the Watchman for April 28, 2010. Yulish studied Kaballah and also was in the so-called New Age, and speaks with that background of experience. I hesitate to say who is right or wrong in this debate about Kaduri, but I hope we will not use his statements without careful checking, as I myself unfortunately did on one post to Five Doves.
May He come soon for all his people,