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NOTE FROM EDDIE:
     Yair Davidi is an ORTHODOX JEW who lives in Jerusalem, Israel 
and has a ministry (Brit-Am) devoted and dedicated to doing research 
and spreading awareness of the Ten Lost Tribes and their 
reunification with the house of Judah in the end of days.
END OF NOTE
From: Yair Davidi [mailto:britam@netvision.net.il]
To:   heb_roots_chr@hebroots.org
Subject: Isaiah 49 no.2
Isaiah 49 no.2
[Isaiah 49:6] AND HE SAID, IT IS A LIGHT THING THAT THOU SHOULDEST BE
MY SERVANT TO RAISE UP THE TRIBES  OF JACOB, AND TO RESTORE THE
PRESERVED OF ISRAEL: I WILL ALSO GIVE THEE FOR A LIGHT TO THE
GENTILES,  THAT THOU MAYEST BE MY SALVATION UNTO THE END OF THE EARTH.
Adapted from "Ephraim" chapter four: The prophet Isaiah addressed
himself frequently to the Lost Ten Tribes of Israel. One of his
several addresses to the Ten Tribes is found in chapter 49:
         "Isles" and "isles of the sea" meaning (as shown1) mainly
Isles in the Atlantic Ocean (Isles of Britain and coastlines of northwest
Europe and North America) are several times mentioned in Scripture in
a context recalling the Lost Tribes of Israel.
         "The Tribes of Jacob" (recalled above in ISAIAH 49) remind one 
that the flag of Britain is called the UNION JACK (i.e. union or
covenant of Jacob) and the nickname "YANKEE" for North American is
derivable from a Hebrew form of Jacob*d.
         "A light to the Gentiles" is what the British descended peoples 
and northwest European peoples comparatively speaking have been
despite frequent moral mistakes. On the whole these nations have been
the best civilizing influence the world has ever known and they still
are  despite everything!
         "End of the earth", or "ends of the earth" is a frequent
expression in the Prophets concerning the Lost Ten Tribes and nearly
all of these peoples dwell at the geographical extremities of
Continental masses when the Biblical view of the Holy Land of Israel
as the center is taken into account. The next verse in ISAIAH (49;7)
has the nature of an aside and refers to Judah:
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From: Yair Davidi [mailto:britam@netvision.net.il]
To:    heb_roots_chr@hebroots.org
Subject: Isaiah 49 no.5
Isaiah 49 no.5
         It follows that in Biblical and Rabbinical tradition the Lost Ten 
Tribes or at least a portion of them were associated with Darkness, Clouds, 
and Concealment in general. Both linguistically and conceptually these same 
attributes were attached to the Cimmerians and to those who emerged from 
them. Proofs from other fields confirm that these same entities were 
descended largely from Israel.
         ISAIAH 46;28 "FEAR YOU NOT, JACOB MY SERVANT....FOR I AM WITH YOU; 
FOR I WILL MAKE A FULL END OF ALL THE NATIONS WHITHER I HAVE DRIVEN YOU: 
BUT I WILL NOT MAKE A FULL END OF YOU, BUT CORRECT YOU IN MEASURE: YET I 
WILL NOT LEAVE YOU WHOLLY UNPUNISHED.
         One of the places to which the Ten Tribes were exiled was Habor 
(2-Kings 17;6) which lay by a River (modern Khabor in Iraq) of the same 
name. For the ancient Sumerians of Mesopotamia, the "Hubur" (i.e. Habor) 
had been a mythical river in the west over which the dead had to cross33. 
Procopious (in the 500s CE) reported that fishermen on the North Gaulish 
coast were traditionally exempt from taxation since they had the task of 
rowing the souls of the dead across the Channel to Britain34. In Classical 
Literature Britain was known as the "Isle of the Dead" and Saturn (Dis 
Pater, the god of the dead) was said to rule there. On the Metaphysical 
level these notions fit Britain being the Place of the Lost Ten Tribes who 
in some late Jewish traditions had been taken away to an inaccesible place 
and their whereabouts was a mystery.
         The Celts believed in two worlds: This world and the "otherworld",
         "A constant exchange of souls took place between the two worlds: 
death in this world took a soul to the Otherworld; death in that world 
brought a soul to this world"35.
         These notions were appropriate for Israelites who had been 
uprooted from one sphere of existence and artificially transplanted into 
another, stranger, one.
         Jewish and Biblical sources indicate that it will be difficult for 
all of the Jews to accept the Lost Israelite Identity of their brothers 
from the Ten Tribes who were exiled by the Assyrians. Even so, it is these 
very sources that provide some of the most telling evidence. Despite 
everything it will be Jews who will bring the Lost Ten tribes back. To some 
extent Jewish notions complement those held by the Israelite Celts who were 
associated with dolmens and other Megalithic monuments and these too reveal 
a linkage between ancient Israel and the extremities of northwest Europe. 
Much of the population of Britain is of Celtic origin. Even most of those 
who are considered Anglo-Saxon are probably more Celtic than anything else.
THE RED AND WHITE ROSE OF ISRAELITE ENGLAND.
         The Zohar makes additional remarks of significance concerning the 
Northwest European identity with Israel and amongst other matters speaks of 
a rose of alternate red and white petals which symbolizes Israel:
In the beginning of the "Zohar" it says:
         "`As the rose*g among the thorns, so is my love among the maidens' 
(Song of Solomon 2;2): What is the rose:  It is the Assemblage of Israel, 
the Community of Israel. For there is a rose (above) and a rose (below). 
Just as the rose which is among the thorns has red and white, so does the 
Assemblage of Israel have justice and mercy. Just as a rose has thirteen 
petals, so does the Assemblage [Hebrew: "Knesset"] of Israel have thirteen 
measures of compassion encompassing it on all sides.
         "...Five strong leaves surround the rose..."
         In ENGLAND BETWEEN THE YEARS 1450-1485 there occurred a series of 
civil wars, known as "Wars of the Roses" between the rival Houses of York 
and Lancaster. Each side was represented by a rose, York by a white rose, 
and Lancaster by a red one. At the end of the struggle a partly Welsh 
adventurer named Henry Tudor became king. Henry claimed to unify in his 
person the two rival sides. He chose as his symbol a rose with both red and 
white petals (i.e. a large white rose with a smaller red rose overlayed on 
it) and with five green leaves around it. Paintings from Elizabethan times 
show that there then existed in England a real breed of rose that looked 
like this. This rose, unbeknown to Henry, was (says the above-quoted Zohar) 
the symbol of Israel. Henceforth the red and white petalled "Tudor Rose" 
became the symbol of the English monarchs and therefore of England itself. 
It still is an official symbol of Britain. The Tudor Rose admittedly has 
only ten petals whereas the "Rose of Israel" described in the Zohar has 
thirteen but then England being dominated by the tribe of Ephraim 
represents only ten out of the original thirteen Israelite Tribes*h.
         Henry Tudor was a great man: He came from a Ruling House 
legendarily connected with King Arthur and he may have been descended (as 
some believe) from King David. "He has been called the Solomon of England" 
(MC p.5). He asserted the independence of England from Europe. The history 
of modern England as an outwardly looking independently minded great nation 
begins with him. His reign marks the beginning of that period in which the 
blessings promised to the seed of Israel would be realized in the British 
and British descended peoples! Under the Tudor monarchs, Newfoundland (in 
Canada) was first settled laying the basis for the "Anglo-Saxon" (i.e. of 
British-descent) colonization of North America and of the British Empire. 
The Tudor monarchs broke away from the Roman Church causing a 
re-orientation of British thought towards the Bible. They also defeated the 
Spaniards who at that time were the Pre-eminent world power. The Spaniards 
had sent a vast fleet of immense manned boats to invade England but were 
beaten due to the English seamens' courage and inspiration and several 
miraculous changes of the wind and weather. The very elements seemed to 
fight on the English side. It may be said that Divine Providence became 
more evident in the Tudor Period.
         The U.S.A. Congress in 1986 chose the rose as the national flower 
of the USA.
         In the precincts of the HOLY TEMPLE in Jerusalem before its 
destruction there was a special rose garden situated between the present 
Western ("Wailing") Wall and the actual Temple (i.e. Holy of Holies, Mishna 
Middot ch.1). The Presence of God never left the Western Wall. This wall is 
only a remnant of the wall that surrounded the whole Temple complex. The 
Temple complex is on the Temple Mount, which must be re-sanctified.
The Temple should be re-built.
         Some sources of Jewish Rabbinical thought say that in order for 
the Third Temple to be rebuilt the participation of the Lost Ten Tribes is 
necessary.
The rose garden will have to be re-planted.
We have seen how the Midrash relates this section of ISAIAH to the Lost Ten 
Tribes. Our brief sketch of ISAIAH 49 and its Ten Tribes' message is to be 
resumed.
         "THEY SHALL NOT HUNGER NOR THIRST; NEITHER SHALL THE HEAT NOR THE 
SUN SMITE THEM: FOR HE THAT HATH MERCY UPON THEM SHALL LEAD THEM, EVEN BY 
THE SPRINGS OF WATER SHALL HE GUIDE THEM.
         "AND I WILL MAKE ALL MY MOUNTAINS A WAY, AND MY HIGHWAYS SHALL BE 
EXALTED (ISAIAH 49;1011)..
         The above two verses could be understood to suggest that the 
exiled Israelites would be led to an area not lacking in food supply nor in 
water, moderately cold and wet, a place of rivers and springs, and that 
possibly their migratory path would follow the heights of a mountain range. 
To some degree this was true of part of the Celts who via the Carpathian 
and Alpine Mountain Ranges penetrated Europe. The climate and described 
conditions fit those of north and northwest Europe. The bulk of the Lost 
Ten Tribes were resettled north of Assyria a good portion of them in the 
Caucasus area and the above verses are also applicable to that region. From 
the Caucasus they were destined to advance into Europe.
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From: Yair Davidi [mailto:britam@netvision.net.il]
To: heb_roots_chr@hebroots.org
Subject: Isaiah 49 no.6: Australia in the Bible 
Isaiah 49 no.6
Australia in the Bible
The Lost Ten Tribes in Australia
AUSTRALIA:
         "BEHOLD THESE SHALL COME FROM FAR: AND, LO, THESE FROM THE
NORTH  AND FROM THE WEST; AND THESE FROM THE LAND OF SINIM" 
(ISAIAH 49; 12).
         Regarding the above verse the following points are of interest:
One Midrashic source (Tanchuma, Genesis, VaYatzay b: cf. Lev.Rabah
29;2) implies that those exiled "AFAR" or in a "faraway land" means
those who were exiled to Gaul (i.e. France) (Gallia) and its
neighbours. "FROM FAR: AND, LO, THESE FROM THE NORTH AND FROM THE
WEST" : "from distant places such as Spain" (Pesikta rabati 32;10). In
"Lost Israelite Identity" we proved how part of the Israelite Exiles
were taken overseas in ships by Phoenicians acting as agents for the
Assyrians. They were settled in Spain and probably also in Gaul and
Britain. At all events those in Those in Spain later moved to Ireland,
Britain, and Gaul (France). The Israelites will return "FROM THE NORTH
AND FROM THE WEST", i.e. from areas to the northwest of the land of
Israel. They will also return "FROM THE LAND OF SINIM". This means
(says Rashi and the Aramaic transliteration of Yehonathan) "From the
Land of the South". According to the Latin Vulgate translation the
intention is that they will return "From Australia" (or "Australis"):
"Australia" is a Latin translation for "the land of the south". Sinim
is an an Ancient Hebrew and Phoenician term for Australia. The
Phoenicians sailed to every corner of the globe. They circumnavigated
Africa and Britain. They also reached Scandinavia and the Americas.
The Phoenician script was introduced to Indonesia from before 600 BCE.
The Ancient Egyptians, Phoenicians, and Hebrews had knowledge of
Australia.
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From: Yair Davidi [mailto:britam@NETVISION.NET.IL]
To: heb_roots_chr@hebroots.org
Subject: Isaiah 49 no.8
Isaiah 49 no.8
ISAIAH AND THE RETURN OF THE LOST TEN TRIBES
The Lost Ten Tribes will also return. The Jews of Judah will meet the
return of the Lost Ten Tribes with mixed reactions:
  [Isaiah 49:21] THEN SHALT THOU SAY IN THINE HEART, WHO HATH BEGOTTEN
ME  THESE, SEEING I HAVE LOST MY CHILDREN, AND AM DESOLATE, A CAPTIVE, AND
REMOVING TO AND FRO? AND WHO HATH BROUGHT UP THESE? BEHOLD, I WAS LEFT
ALONE; THESE, WHERE HAD THEY BEEN?
ISAIAH (49;21) DESCRIBES HOW THE JEWISH PEOPLE UPON SEEING  MASSES OF
LOST ISRAELITES RETURNING TO THE HOLY LAND WILL HAVE A SERIOUS
QUESTION:
"THEN SHALT THOU SAY IN THY HEART, WHO HATH BEGOTTEN ME THESE, 
SEEING I HAVE LOST MY CHILDREN, AND AM DESOLATE, A CAPTIVE, AND
REMOVING TO AND FRO? AND WHO HATH BROUGHT UP THESE? BEHOLD, I WAS LEFT
ALONE; THESE WHERE HAD THEY BEEN?" (ISAIAH 49;21)
In other words, the Jews will ask where were all those now identified
as Israel when the Jews needed help and were alone? According to the
Midrash (Pesikta Rabati 32;10) this reaction of the Jews will take
place WHEN THEY SEE THE THREE EXILES OF THE LOST TEN TRIBES RETURNING!
         On the one hand those few people among the Gentiles who have
helped the Jews have more often than not belonged to the Lost Ten
Tribes. On the other hand these nations were powerful and rich ones
and they could have done much more to help than they did. There were
times even when the Lost Ten Tribes had acted as the adversaries of
Judah.
         A reflection on this future conundrum is provided by a passage in 
the Zohar. "The Zohar" is a collection of writings mainly purporting to
transcribe the ethical and mystical teachings of certain Talmudic
sages of the 2nd century CE. Some modern scholars now claim it was
written in Spain in the 1270s CE when it was first revealed. This
claim is either mistaken or a some re-writing of much older material
did take place. Previously "The Zohar" was thought by savants to be
the culmination over many decades, even centuries, of a continuous
editing process of mystical works. The present general orthodox view
is that it was written close to the events it purports to describe,
i.e. around the 100s CE. The Zohar certainly does reflect ancient
traditions and insights of a primordial nature.
         Most Orthodox Jews who study "The Zohar" consider it to be
inspired. It contains observations of value for the understanding of
Scripture and also concerning the LOST TEN TRIBES. The Zohar
(Breishit, VaYechi, 88m, Sulam edition) comments on the expression
"WHO HATH BEGOTTEN ME THESE" in the verse we are here concerned with
(ISAIAH 49;21). The Zohar notes an emphasis in the question on the
Hebrew word "EYLEH" i.e. "these"':
         The verse says: "THEN SHALT THOU SAY IN THY HEART, WHO HATH
BEGOTTEN ME THESE, SEEING I HAVE LOST MY CHILDREN, AND AM DESOLATE, A
CAPTIVE, AND REMOVING TO AND FRO? AND WHO HATH BROUGHT UP THESE?
BEHOLD, I WAS LEFT ALONE; THESE WHERE HAD THEY BEEN?" (ISAIAH 49;21)
         The Zohar emphasizes the emphasis on the expression these: "WHO 
HATH BEGOTTEN ME THESE.....? AND WHO HATH BROUGHT UP THESE...THESE,
WHERE HAD THEY BEEN?"
         The Zohar then refers back to the time when the Patriarch Israel 
was about to die and his son Joseph had brought his grandsons, Ephraim
and Menasseh, to him to receive a final blessing.
         "WHEN ISRAEL SAW JOSEPH'S SONS, HE SAID, WHO ARE THESE?"
(Genesis  48;8).
         [Said Rabbi Yehudah bar Shalom, "And why did he did he 
not   recognize them?" Had he not been familiar with them?... "And now
he asks, Who are these?"..."But rather he must have foreseen [through
Divine Inspiration] Jeroboam son of Nebat and Ahab son of Omri [both
future kings of the northern separated Ten-Tribes of Israel] who would
arise from Ephraim and worship idolatry" Midrash Tanchuma, VaYichi,6.]
   The Zohar relates:
         "Rabbi Abba began to explain [the above question of the Patriarch 
Israel, "Who are these?"] by relating it to [the verse in ISAIAH
49;21] "then shalt thou  say in thy heart: `Who hath begotten me
these?': What does this verse imply?
         -That the Heavenly Patriarch Israel foresaw the Children of Israel 
assembling before him in the future: `In that day the LORD shall set
his hand again the second time to recover the remnant of his people
which shall be left [FROM ASSYRIA, AND FROM MITSRAYIM, AND FROM
PATHROS, AND FROM CUSH, AND] FROM ELAM, AND FROM HAMATH, AND FROM THE
ISLES OF THE SEA" (ISAIAH 11;11).
         The above place names are those to where the Lost Ten Tribes 
were taken or went shortly after their Exile. Isaiah continues to speak of
the ingathering of the Lost Tribes as well as that of Judah and of
reconciliation between the Lost Tribes and Judah: [ISAIAH 11:12] HE
WILL RAISE AN ENSIGN FOR THE NATIONS, AND WILL ASSEMBLE THE OUTCASTS
OF ISRAEL, AND GATHER THE DISPERSED OF JUDAH FROM THE FOUR CORNERS OF
THE EARTH.
[ISAIAH 11:13] THE JEALOUSY OF EPHRAIM SHALL DEPART, AND THOSE WHO
HARASS JUDAH SHALL BE CUT OFF; EPHRAIM SHALL NOT BE JEALOUS OF JUDAH,
AND JUDAH SHALL NOT HARASS EPHRAIM.
         The question concerning "these" therefore refers to the Lost 
Ten  Tribes (Ephraim) in the End Times.
         The Zohar goes on to explain Isaiah 49;21, the question `WHO 
HATH  BEGOTTEN ME THESE?'
         "And they shall assemble together and be mutitudinous; the
Divine  Presence [i.e. Heavenly Israel] will wonder and ask, `Where did you
all come from?'                           
`And is it not possible that there exists amongst you someone 
blemished, of foreign seed?' "They will answer, `We are all your 
sons. There is no foreigner amongst us'.
         "And they will divide off from each other. The foreign 
nonIsraelite element will voluntarily separate from them, and they
[i.e. the returning Israelites] will be circumcised, and convert, and
these converts will return with [and to] Israel, and they shall be
one."
         In other words the Zohar says that the returning Israelites will 
be renew the Covenant and be re-united with Israel meaning (in terms
of the Zohar) with the Jewish people. In Biblical terms Israel can
mean all of the 12 tribes together or it can mean the Lost Tribes
("Israel") as distinct from "Judah" or it can stand for the Jews and
Judah alone. In religious terms "Israel" can mean those of Israel who
did not lose their identity meaning Judah. In this case members of the
Lost Ten Tribes will be rejoined to the spiritual reality of Israel
represented by the Jews of Judah.
         The Zohar states above that the nonIsraelites will have to be
separated out from the real returning descendants of Israelites. The
non-Israelites referred to in this case are of a specific type that
never really wanted to belong to Israel anyway. They belong to the
"mixed multitude". The real and proper attitude that will hold towards
the nonIsraelite stranger (who previously of his own volition had
joined himself to Israel) will be to accept him as a full-fledged
citizen as stated in the Book of Ezekiel:
         Ezekiel (ch.47) spoke of the future apportionment of the Promised 
Land amongst the Twelve Tribes of Israel in the Messianic era. The
area spoken of includes modernday Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, and Israel,
and additional parts of neighboring lands. This final redivision of
the land takes place after certain physicalgeographical and climatic
changes occur. Ezekiel also speaks of apportioning The Land to "The
strangers [i.e. nonIsraelites] that sojourn amongst you": The
strangers who identify with you will be counted as the same as you.
"So shall ye divide this land among you according to the tribes of
Israel" (Ezekiel 47;21)
.
"AND IT SHALL COME TO PASS, THAT YE SHALL DIVIDE IT BY LOT FOR AN 
INHERITANCE UNTO YOU, AND TO THE STRANGERS THAT SOJOURN AMONG YOU,
WHICH SHALL BEGET CHILDREN AMONG YOU; AND THEY SHALL BE UNTO YOU AS
BORN IN THE COUNTRY AMONG THE CHILDREN OF ISRAEL.
         "AND IT SHALL COME TO PASS, THAT IN WHAT TRIBE THE STRANGER
SOJOURNETH, THERE SHALL YE GIVE HIM HIS INHERITANCE.." (Ezekiel 47;22-23).
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From: Yair Davidi [mailto:britam@netvision.net.il]
To:     heb_roots_chr@hebroots.org
Subject: Isaiah 50 -addenda: The Return
Isaiah 50 - The Return
[Isaiah 50:1] THUS SAITH THE LORD, WHERE IS THE BILL OF YOUR MOTHER'S
DIVORCEMENT, WHOM I HAVE  PUT AWAY? OR WHICH OF MY CREDITORS IS IT TO
WHOM I HAVE SOLD YOU? BEHOLD, FOR YOUR INIQUITIES  HAVE YE SOLD
YOURSELVES, AND FOR YOUR TRANSGRESSIONS IS YOUR MOTHER PUT AWAY. 
This message can be applied to both Houses of Israel but from the context
(end of PREVIOUS CHAPTER AND NEXT CHAPTER) it would appear to be
expressly directed in this case to Judah. Judah has not been disowned.
 Judah was not divorced and is still obligated by the Law. Jeremiah
spoke of the Lost Ten Tribes being divorced: [Jeremiah 3:8] SHE SAW
THAT FOR ALL THE ADULTERIES OF THAT FAITHLESS ONE, ISRAEL, I HAD SENT
HER AWAY WITH A DECREE OF DIVORCE; The Lost Ten Tribes were not
obligated by the Law for the period of their "divorce". They did
however have a task of their own in world history to fulfill. On the
whole they will haver fulfilled this task and then God will be
reconciled to them.
[Jeremiah 3:8] SHE SAW THAT FOR ALL THE ADULTERIES
OF THAT FAITHLESS ONE, ISRAEL, I HAD SENT HER AWAY WITH A DECREE OF
DIVORCE; YET HER FALSE SISTER JUDAH DID NOT FEAR, BUT SHE TOO WENT AND
PLAYED THE HARLOT.
[Jeremiah 3:9] AND IT CAME TO PASS THROUGH THE LIGHTNESS OF HER
WHOREDOM, THAT SHE DEFILED  THE LAND, AND COMMITTED ADULTERY WITH
STONES AND WITH STOCKS.
[Jeremiah 3:10] AND YET FOR ALL THIS HER TREACHEROUS SISTER JUDAH HATH
NOT TURNED UNTO ME    WITH HER WHOLE HEART, BUT FEIGNEDLY, SAITH THE
LORD.
[Jeremiah 3:11] AND THE LORD SAID UNTO ME, THE BACKSLIDING ISRAEL HATH
JUSTIFIED HERSELF  MORE THAN TREACHEROUS JUDAH.
[Jeremiah 3:12] GO AND PROCLAIM THESE WORDS TOWARD THE NORTH, AND SAY,
RETURN, THOU  BACKSLIDING ISRAEL, SAITH THE LORD; AND I WILL NOT CAUSE
MINE ANGER TO FALL UPON YOU: FOR I AM MERCIFUL, SAITH THE LORD, AND I
WILL NOT KEEP ANGER FOR EVER. 
This did not happen in history according
to the simple sense of the passage. The passage implies that the
northern kingdom of Israel sinned and was divorded. Judah was not
divorced but Judah sinned. A messenger was sent to the north to
reconcile them. What actually happened was that the north became
steeped in idolatry and in many respects were complete pagans long
before their exile. They were then exiled and their identity lost. The
passage is referring to the Latter days and in effect that the
northern kingdom had its own historical mission to fulfill and in
effect will have done so. It will have fulfilled its own mission in
its own way better than Judah has fulfilled his.  The northern tribes
IN THEIR PLACES OF EXILE will be sent unto to come back. The
emissaries will be from Judah:
  Yalkut Shimeoni on Shir HaShirim (Song of Solomon)
These are the "Ten Tribes."  .... The exiles of Judah and Benyamin
[i.e. the present-day "Jews"] are destined to go unto them and bring them back
in order to merit with them the Messianic Era and life in the
World-To-Come. This is as it says, "In those days the house of Judah
shall go unto the house of Israel and they shall come together out of
the land of the north unto the land that I have given for an
inheritance unto your fathers" (Jeremiah 3;18). -Yalkut Shimeoni, Song
of Solomon 905.
The task of Judah was primarily to keep the Law and Torah. Towards the
latter days (our time?) there will be a stage when Judah will fall
down somewhat in this task. This will enable an opening up to be made
to the northern kingdom. The temporary laxity of Judah in some way
will actually assist the process of reconciling the Ten Tribes. Even
so Judah will be punished for their sins and rewarded nevertheless for
his persistence. Judah will be compensated for having to suffer
throughout history due to his keeping the Torah and remaining separate
from others.
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From: Yair Davidi [mailto:britam@netvision.net.il]
To:     heb_roots_chr@hebroots.org
Subject: The Task of Joseph
>
>From:  Erik Davis 
>Subject: Re: Isaiah 50 -addenda: The Return
>
>At 11:30 09/10/01 -0500, you wrote:
>>Yair,
>>
>>Hi, I have one question about the "Isaiah 50 return" email.  Please
>>pardon me if I have missed this but I didn't see where or what the
>>mission of the Lost Tribes was ever stated in your email.  You
>>stated that Judah's mission
>>was to keep Torah.  You stated that as far as fulfilling a mission
>>goes that
>>the Lost Tribes would actually fulfill theirs better than Judah. 
>>But what is the mission of the Lost Tribes???
>>
>>Thanks very much,
>>
>>Erik
>
  YAIR REPLIES:
   The mission of the Lost Tribes was to evolve to greatness and in the
process to cause the advancement of mankind in general, to be a
civilizing element, a "light to the nations".
   Amongst themselves they were also required to maintain a modicum of
social justice. In the period before the last days they (especially
Joseph) were to assist Judah to regain the Land and to assist in regather the
exiles of Judah and rebuilding the Land. IN the Latter Times they will
defeat and destroy the powers of Esau meaning the non-Israelite
nations especially those linked with Germany and Rome and probably
also Russia.
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