In memory of Rabbi Levi Yitzchok ben R' Zalman Yuda Deitsch OBM
When Moshiach comes there will be a trial to determine who is to arise at the Resurrection of the Dead. Presiding over this trial will be Moshiach. However, unlike an ordinary judge, "not according to the sight of his eyes will he judge, nor will he rebuke according to the hearing of his ears." Rather, he will see and feel the factors that caused the sinner to transgress. He will weigh and consider the bleak life that Jews have lived in exile. He will intercede on their behalf and seek out their merits, pointing out that they did not want to sin: they were unable to overcome their Evil Inclination.