You make an effort, and then G-d will help you.
For hundreds of thousands, if not millions of Jews living in the exile, every Monday and Thursday, they ask G-d, “Our father, merciful father, show us your goodness and gather our dispersed from the four corners of the earth.” What’s going on here? Have they not noticed He did it! Yet, for all this chest-beating, the vast majority of those Jews remain in the Diaspora. Their belief is unsupported by action, becoming more sterile by the day.
We learn in Devarim 14:29 (Deuteronomy), “That the LORD your G-d may bless you in all the work of your hands which you do”. If a person takes action to achieve his desired goal, he is blessed in that undertaking. He will not be blessed if a person doesn’t act (Tanna Debbey Eliahu 14).
Unfortunately, the Diaspora Jew suffers from a Messianic belief without positive action, which is a pretext to evade the purpose of the messianic era and its mission. They prefer passivity and “sit and do nothing”.
Meanwhile, hundreds of thousands of our Peoples lives hang in the balance because of this inactivity. They ignore the mitzvah of return to Israel, even though the Jewish soul depends on it.
To do nothing is contrary to Jewish law (halacha). The purpose of the exile is to motivate Jews to repent and return to Israel, turning their backs on the culture of vanity and seduction.
“It’s time to make a change!”