Daily Zohar # 3683 – Balak – At the end, you will be happy
Continued from previous DZ
Jeremiah 30:11 “ונקה לא אנקך” “by no means I will leave you unpunished.”
Before the end of the Tikun, Israel was judged separately from the other nations. The Holy One Blessed be He does not act severe punishments, and he forgives them. When all people are judged at the end of the Tikun, Israel is judged by the other nations. Sam-l, who is the minister of the other side, and rules the other nations, observe the judging process of the children of Israel. The Holy One Blessed be He knows that Sam-l would come in the Final Judgment Day with a list of all the sins of Israel. The remedy that was made beforehand was that every iniquity was cleansed with suffering little by little. Because of that, in the end, “I will leave you unpunished” because the pain and suffering already cleansed the sins.
Another explanation to “I will leave you unpunished” is that even though you are my children, I won’t ignore your iniquities, but I will make you pay your debts little by little so that you will be found not guilty at the great judgment day. When Sam-l comes to the trial with lists of accusations, the Holy One Blessed be He brings out lists of the sufferings that Israel went through on every sin and iniquity to show that nothing was ignored and that they had already been punished.
Then the strength and power of Sam-l is weakened, and he can’t do anything about that. He and all nations that are on the other side are removed from the world. To remove the fear of the Final Judgement, is written; Jeremiah 30:10
“וְאַתָּה אַל תִּירָא עַבְדִּי יַעֲקֹב,” “And you, O Jacob My servant, do not be afraid, declare YHVH.”