24 December 2017

Salvation Of Egypt Vs. Messiah: Kosher Judaism *AND* Fasting for Rain

Salvation Of Egypt Vs. Messiah 
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"You all have to fast,”

Rabbi Meir Mazuz, a top Sephardi-haredi authority who heads Yeshivat Kisei Rachamim, has called for announcing the traditional day of fasting and prayer to atone for sins which the Torah says can be the factor preventing Israel's direly missing rainfall.

In his weekly class, Rabbi Mazuz instructed his students to fast and atone for their sins, pointing out that according to the Talmud, a series of fast days are to be instituted after a period at the beginning of winter when rain fails to fall properly.

"There is one thing that God controls totally-it is rain,” 
"You'll never know how much you will get. When there is no rain, it's because God is angry at the Jewish people,"


"You all have to fast,”"We all have a lot of sins. 
Whoever can fast on Monday, should.”

“[…] the Talmud adds that the "key" to three things are in G-d's, not man's, possession: 

"Rain, childbirth and resurrection (Tractate Taanit)."

2 comments:

Devorah Chayah said...

Thanks for publicizing this.

Anonymous said...

This was the best Rabbi Mizrachi video I saw. Especially, towards the end of the video, made me laugh. Great shiur!