After we have established by various, different sources that the time of the ultimate redemption is very near, comes the clear question – what shall be done now. As it is well known, the final redemption also means the final judgement of the world by HaShem. Those who are not worthy will be severely punished, rather than delivered, as the Tanach notes several times (Isiah 66,24; Malachi 3,19-21; Amos 5,18 and more)

And the simple question is – how will we become worthy of HaShem’s deliverance. The answer divides to 2 parts. An answer for non-Jews, and an answer for Jews.


Whether you are Christian or Moslem, Hindu or Buddhist, whether you have a religion or not: You have just seven commandments (not related to the ten commandments) to keep.

Keep them – and HaShem will gladly grant you the reward of the days of the Messiah, which is indescribable. Although the reward is less than the one that Jews are supposed to get – one should bare in mind that Jews have 613 commandments to keep, not just seven, so it is a fair deal (BTW: After the Messiah arrives, no one will be allowed to convert to Judaism, so if you have plans, do it quickly, and be rest assured, that HaShem loves the ones who convert to Judaism more than the Jews themselves)

The commandments that non-Jews should keep are those given to Adam, and then to Noah after the flood, and they are simple:

1. Not to eat an organ from a living creature

Simple, and no one in his right mind (except for Satanists) does this. You should not cut an organ from a living creature and eat it. You should not eat any organ of a creature if the creature is still alive.

If you did so, address HaShem and repent.


2. Not to “bless” HaShem (“bless” means here: curse
Also simple. You must not do that, under any circumstance.

If you did so, address HaShem and repent.


3. Not to be involved in bloodshed
The simple commandment of “Thou shall not kill”. To simplify things, you should not kill anyone, unless you are in a clear and present danger from someone who is going to murder you in a moment if you won’t inflict wounds on him. Killing innocent people is of- course forbidden, even if you think that this will be done for HaShem. HaShem does not need your assistance if He wants to kill someone. Put it for him, and you – keep his seven commandments.

The commandments is also valid for not killing fetus in his mother’s womb.

If you did so, address HaShem and repent.


4. Incest
You should not have any sexual contact with the followings: your mother, your father’s wife, any married woman, your sister (from your mother), male with male, anyone with an animal. You should also not have any sexual contact with anyone that your father had sexual contact – even if he raped here or seduced her in an unacceptable manner. Also – sexual relation between a non-Jewish male to Jewish female are forbidden according to the Bible, unless the male converted to Judaism.


5. Law system with judges
This is a commandment for the non-Jewish nations, to keep a law system with judges that will enforce these commandments and other laws that it makes for the public’s benefit.


6. Stealing, Robbery etc. is forbade
Simply – You should never take what’s not yours without permission, even if it is of low value.


7. Worshiping not to HaShem (G-d) is strictly forbade
You should never worship to anyone or anything but the Creator who created the earth and the heavens. Your prayers should be addressed exclusively to Him. You should never bow to anything or anyone. Not a statue, not a creature, not a human, in any form, as it is explicitly written in the Bible in the Ten Commandments (on Exodus 20,3-4 and Deuteronomy 5,7-8)

Bowing before a cross, or before a statue of a human figure, in churches or in other places, is strictly forbidden, and is an act that enrages HaShem the most. This is a matter that was never allowed by HaShem. Even the first generations of Christians did not do that (but rather kept all Jewish commandments). Only later a Roman emperor said that is ok, based on nothing. If you bow or worship for anyone, or anything besides the Creator of the earth and the heavens, which is HaShem – you will be punished severely at the judgement day that is very near.

Also, worshiping for HaShem while believing He is a trinity, which means divided to three rather than one (“Hear-o-Israel, HaShem is G-d, HaShem is ONE”) that cannot be divided, might be even more angering than a Hindu who worships hundreds of statues. Because the Hindu doesn’t know or believes in the Bible, but those who talks about trinity have the whole Old Testament before their eyes, and they believe it is true – so their sin is greater.

Now about Moslems – Those of you who say that Islam believes in the one G-d, but Jews worship another, are (besides making your own Quran false) in fact worshiping another G_d, since you claim that HaShem is one to be worshiped, and Al-ah is in another, which establishes that there is more than one, and you are not worshiping THE one.


Anyone who does keep all these seven commandments, is safe, and will be granted the reward in the days of the Messiah. Those who do not keep them, are destined for indescribable punishments real soon. If you did not keep them in the past, know that HaShem still loves you: Repent, and stop doing so in the future, and trust in HaShem’s mercy.



If you are Jewish, whether you are religious or not – you should repent. Repentance is not done at a single time. It is a process. But you have to make the decision, that “from now on, I am going to get closer to HaShem”.

Those who are religious Jews, should repent in the “internal” matters of Judaism (TIKUN MIDOTH), such as “You shall love your neighbor as yourself”(Leviticus 19,18) or not to say bad things about your fellows (Lashon Ha-Ra) or “go in HaShem’s ways”(Deuteronomy 11,22) which means to try to be as merciful as HaShem, as forgiving as HaShem, as loving as HaShem etc. In short, take a good book of Jewish Mussar, read it – and act by it. Also, the great rabbis have instructions Jews allover the world to read everyday Psalms 83, 130 and 142. Read it. And repent for anything you did which was against HaShem’s commandments.

We should remind that the Talmud talks strongly against he who does not work to change his bad character.

Those who are not religious Jews, should get closer to HaShem by any way they can:


  • Go to Kol Shofar site for understanding more about Judaism
  • Don’t violate the Shabath in public (as a first stage), which means do not drive in Shabath and do not talk in public in cellular phone. Know that the Shabath has the weight of all the commandments as both Talmud and Zohar states. So as fast as you can – try not to violate the Shabath even at your own residence.
  • Put on your Tefilin once a day (not on Shabbath).
  • Buy a Jewish Law book, such as Kitzur Shulhan Aruch, and try to do anything possible to you from what’s written there.
  • Read “Shema Israel” verses, twice a day: morning and evening.
  • Begin to pray “Tefilath 18” as printed in the Jewish prayer books.
  • If you’re a married woman, go to the MIKVE after 7 days after the monthly period is over (the time may vary, ask a rabbi or buy a Jewish law book).
  • Read at least one Psalms chapter at a day. It can be any chapter, or one of the three: 83, 130 or 142.
  • Read in the original text of the book of Zohar, which cleans the soul from its sins. You can download the Zohar for free from Bnei Baruch organization.
  • Read the parasha of the incense (KTORET), as printed in Jewish prayer books (The prayer of Mincha, starting at “ATA HU HASHEM” and ending at “SHANIM KADMONYOTH”)
In short – just do anything to get close to HaShem, and repent for what you did wrong in the past. HaShem is merciful. He loves any human being, and has a special care for the people of Israel. If HaShem sees that you try good enough – you will be rewarded.