According to Torah, when a ruling of Torah Law is made, it establishes a true and permanent reality in the world. In 1992, 175 leading Rabbis from around the world signed a Torah ruling stating that the Lubavitcher Rebbe has satisfied the legal requirements to be Moshiach (Messiah), or in words the of Maimonides Code as "assumed to be Moshiach". This ruling was received enthusiastically by the Rebbe.
In October of 1998 Rabbis issued another joint ruling, which later was signed altogether by over 250 Rabbis worldwide, establishing the Rebbe in words of Maimonides Code as "definitely Moshiach"! This ruling was issued four years after Rebbe's "passing" or as many prefer to call it "concealment", which will be explained shortly.
Nevertheless this did not stop hundreds of world leading Rabbis to upgrade the Rebbe's status from "assumed Moshiach" to "definite Moshiach". In addition to this they publicly proclaimed as an example to follow "Long live our Master, our Teacher & our Rebbe King Moshiach for ever & ever!"
This historical event was put on video followed by English translation.
The Rabbinical Legislation affirming the Messianic sovereignty of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, the Lubavitcher Rebbe, may he live for ever.
In his public address on August 17, 1991, the Lubavitcher Rebbe asserts that according to Torah Law (Maimonides Code), there is a prophet in our generation, and we are required to heed his directives. The Rebbe said: "We must publicize to all the people of the generation that we have merited that God has chosen a person endowed with free choice, who is incomparably higher than the members of this generation, as the judge, counselor and prophet of the generation, to provide instruction and advice to all people... including the essential prophecy - "Immediate Redemption" and immediately in actuality "Behold! Here comes Moshiach."
In light of Maimonides Code, we the undersigned consider that according to Torah law the Rebbe King Moshiach is a prophet. Moreover, in his public addresses the Rebbe clearly alludes to the fact that he is a prophet. Indeed, time and again, before the eyes of the Jewish people and the rest of the world, the Rebbe has accurately predicted the future. The Rebbe foresaw with incredible precision the unfolding and outcome of such events as the Six Day War,the Gulf War, and numerous other events. As such, there is an obligation to heed the Rebbe's every instruction, and to believe his every word.
On October 26, 1991, the Rebbe said: "At the present time, all obstacles and hindrances have been nullified. As such, Moshiach not only exists, but in fact, is also already revealed. All we have to do now is welcome our Righteous Moshiach in actuality with tangible action."
On February 1, 1991, the Rebbe said the following: "...The ruling of the Rabbis and Torah Law authorities that the time of the Redemption has arrived - i.e. "A king will arise from the House of David... he is assumed to be Moshiach," and the Rebbe further added to this ruling that "until he is definitely Moshiach." In this public address, as well as numerous others, the Rebbe clearly hints at the fact that he is King Moshiach.
In light of these statements, and in light of the Rebbe's encouragement of the proclamation "Long live our Master, our Teacher and Rebbe King Moshiach for ever & ever!", we are obliged to heed the Rebbe's words and believe that he is indeed King Moshiach, who will be revealed immediately.
Long live our Master, our Teacher & our Rebbe King Moshiach for ever & ever!
In this video the Lubavitcher Rebbe King Moshiach is enthusiastically urges his followers to sing the above proclamation.
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Honk 4 Joy - The Real Messiah Please Stand Up! According to Torah, when a ruling of Torah Law is made, it establishes a true and permanent reality in the world. In 1992, 175 leading Rabbis around the world signed a Torah ruling stating that the Lubavitcher Rebbe has satisfied the legal requirements to be Moshiach (Messiah), or in words of Maimonides Code as 'assumed to be Moshiach'