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I Believe...
When will the Jew’s hopes and dreams be realized?
15 Shevat, 5741 • January 20, 1981
The Previous Rebbe was once approached with the following dilemma: You profess to expect Moshiach’s coming “immediately.” Yet, at the same time, you make long-term plans, as if expecting exile to continue for the foreseeable future?
Moshiach Facts, Lesson 1
Rabbi Raskin asks and answers five basic questions about the concept of Moshiach.
Pesach Sheni, 5744 · May 16, 1984
There are those who question: “Why do you speak so much about bringing Moshiach?” “Why don’t you rely on G-d – after all, He’s the one Who sent us into Exile in the first place!”
6th Night of Passover, 5748 · April 6, 1988
Passover is ‘The Festival of Our Freedom.’ The Festival itself calls out: “Listen, Jews – we must be free!” The verse states: “There shall be one law for the Passover sacrifice – for you, the convert and the native-born.” Allegorically speaking, ‘native-born’ refers to the ‘true citizen’ of a country – one who thinks that his country is the greatest. A Jew must recognize, however, that he is “Jerusalem-born” – no matter where in the world he is.
The Jewish belief that there will arise a leader who will bring the entire world to recognize and serve the Creator, ushering in an era of universal peace and Divine perfection.
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Mr. Moshiach Please
Listen as the traditional belief is demystified and presented in a down to earth fashion. This talk emphasizes the need to actively prepare for Moshiach, by making the world more G-dly.
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Nuclear Threat
A Prelude to the Messianic Era
Discover how ancient kabbalastic texts foretold the nuclear age and what the final outcome will be.
We await the Messianic Era because we look forward to finally having peace and reaping the fruits of our millennia-long exile toil.
A four part series on the Torah’s view on the end of days; an apocalyptic or positive outlook of the future, Moshiach and Elijah.