“At that time, the great prince, Michael, who stands beside the sons of your people, will appear. It will be a time of trouble, the like of which has never been since the nation came into being. At that time, your people will be rescued, all who are found inscribed in the book. Daniel 12:1 (The Israel Bible™)
In a recent interview, Defense Minister Naftali Bennett said that there’s “no reason” for Iran to set up military installations in Syria noting that the Islamic Republic doesn’t even share a border with them.
But there is an obvious reason for Iran to be in Syria. And that is to better position their multi-pronged attack against Israel. Iran’s economy is collapsing. The people are upset at Tehran’s poor handling of the country’s coronavirus crisis which is reported to boast the most Covid-19 related deaths after China. The only way that the mullah’s can dig their way out of the hole they created is to gain sympathy and support throughout the Mulslim world by attacking Israel.
This is also why the Iran-backed Hamas organization in the Gaza Strip has also stepped up their efforts against the Jewish State.
And although we all know that according to the Scriptures, Iran will not prevail, the amount of Israeli casualties Israel suffers in the process could depend on how many Israeli soldiers repent before God.
Unfortunately, many IDF troops don’t have the means to repent. Many army bases simply don’t have a Torah scroll that they can read the word of God from.
But thankfully, there is one organization that is changing all that.
The Israel Soldier Fund (ISF), works to provide every IDF base with a Torah Scroll to protect Israel’s warriors against modern-day Philistines. The organization has over a decade of experience bringing Torah scrolls to IDF bases.
That’s because many people don’t realize that “many IDF bases don’t have Torah Scrolls, even those with over 5,000 soldiers” explains the organization’s founder, Yosef Bar-David. “And most bases that do have a Torah Scroll, have one that is extremely old and dilapidated making it non-kosher” he adds.
Therefore, Bar-David seeks to supply a kosher Torah Scroll to every IDF base in Israel. But the cost of a Torah Scroll isn’t free. Each one costs him $50,000.
And although he doesn’t expect most people to be able to afford $50,000, he is offering people the opportunity to donate and purchase a letter of the Torah Scroll at the very low price of just $10 per letter.
But anyone who does donate a full Torah scroll will be allowed exclusive access into the IDF base where the Torah scroll was delivered for a tour with their family as well as a certificate of recognition from the IDF. Additionally, donating a Torah scroll is a segulah (a heavenly protection) for the donator and their family for years to come.
And since we’re in the era of the coronavirus plague, you might find it interesting to know that Jewish legend teaches that to end a plague, one should ‘purchase’ the amount of letters in a Torah Scroll that corresponds to their name.
This actually protected the people in the book of Daniel when they were struck with a plague but anyone whose name was inscribed in the Torah scroll was protected.