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Friday
May062011

Issue #786 (EMOR)

Friday
Apr152011

NOT A TRUE EXILE BUT A PAPER TIGER  

The fact that Pharaoh can force him into backbreaking labor – it is not Pharaoh King of Egypt who truly forces him! Rather, when G-d wants to test a Jew, He wields an axe, rod, or stick. But this is only “the axe in the hand of the woodchopper.” G-d checks whether he will stand up to the challenge and be strong in his Judaism. It is then that the exile is not real! * Part 2 of 2 (continued from last issue)

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Friday
Apr082011

THE PROMISE OF REDEMPTION: SURE, AS IF IT HAD ALREADY OCCURRED  

How is it possible to say that, prior to the exodus, when the Jewish people were still entrenched in exile, from the time of Rosh Chodesh Nissan (“This month shall be for you”), Nissan is referred to as the Month of Redemption? Security was so controlled at the Egyptian border, throughout the entire country, that the Torah testifies, “Not a single slave was able to escape Egypt.” So how is it possible to say that from the time of Rosh Chodesh it was the Month of Redemption?

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Friday
Apr012011

SKY HIGH PRICES ON THE THRESHOLD OF GEULA

Chazal have given a number of signs by which we can recognize the period before Moshiach comes. Among other things, they say that there will be inflation. • In recent times, those living in Eretz Yisroel are seeing this come true as the Ministry of the Treasury has started drastically raising prices on many products including basic food items and gasoline. • Beis Moshiach spoke with those involved in chesed organizations and heard how this is affecting their work.

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Friday
Apr012011

DON’T EVEN BLINK: MOSHIACH IS 
COMING NOW!

If G-d had caused the Jewish people to remain exiled in Egypt a little while longer, they would have completed the ultimate purpose for which the world was created. Nevertheless, “Once the time of redemption had arrived, G-d did not delay even the blink of an eye.”

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Friday
Apr012011

MOSHIACH NOW:
 MAKING IT REAL

This column will focus on how to incorporate Moshiach into our daily activities, which is primarily achieved through Mivtzaim. Through the mivtzaim, we make our entire world a Moshiach’dike world and automatically bring Moshiach to all mankind. 

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Friday
Mar252011

ONE WHO HAS NO REBBE HAS NO CONNECTION WITH G-D  

There are those who question why it is necessary to have an intermediary interceding on our behalf before G-d. The person with this question is a learned man, a Torah scholar, etc. He is great enough – he claims – to negotiate his relationship with G-d without an intermediary. He doesn’t need a Rebbe! * Nadav and Avihu, of course, were extremely great, having attained the loftiest spiritual heights, but since “they taught Torah law in the presence of Moshe, their master,” they were severely punished –on account of their lack of proper deference to their master.

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Friday
Mar182011

TAKE AARON, PLEASE…

We are living presently in the transitional period—on the bridge—between galut/exile and geula/redemption. We are about to enter into a new relationship with the world. We are like the chattan in his transitional period. We too must learn the lesson of communicating with love. And while in earlier generations we could have afforded the luxury of being more stern in the way we tried to affect others, today, the method we must use is the method of Aaron.

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Friday
Mar182011

EDUCATED IN THE HOUSE OF MORDECHAI

Mordechai was a chassid. Indeed, it was he who established the “obligation to celebrate on Purim ad d’lo yada.” Who would come up with the idea of “ad d’lo yada,” for all future generations, if not a chassid?!

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Friday
Mar112011

BRING A KORBAN, NOT A SACRIFICE!

The ultimate manifestation of the korban ideal will be realized in the Messianic Age. First, the Temple offerings will be reinstated as the Torah states, and we make reference to it countless times in our liturgy. Second, all of existence will undergo the process of korban-elevation, not sacrifice.

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Friday
Mar112011

NO CHOICE BUT 
TO BE A CHASSID

Since he has a connection with the Rebbe, he is compelled to behave as a chassid. * There is no alternative. One must fulfill the directives of the leader of the generation!

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Friday
Mar042011

THE GIFTED GIVING THEMSELVES OVER TO G-D

At first glance it is difficult to understand how the narrative of the production of the covers of the Sanctuary, which were spun from goat hair, is relevant to us. This was strictly a onetime activity necessary for the construction of the Sanctuary in the desert. It is something that is not even applicable to the Third Holy Temple (which won’t need to be fashioned on our part at all, for “it is built and stands ready, etc.”). * These wise women devoted their talents to making G-d’s Sanctuary notwithstanding the fact that it was within their capacity to utilize their special talents for their personal concerns instead…

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Friday
Mar042011

THE PURIM STORY 

Beis Moshiach presents a translation of a poignant and electrifying sicha delivered by the Rebbe Rayatz in the year 1941. Beginning with a detailed account of the story of Purim, the Rebbe addressed the crisis facing the Jewish nation in his time. * Originally said and published 70 years ago, the sicha is uncannily relevant to our times.

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