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How the cumulative effect of our positive actions results in the perfect world of Moshiach.

The Mechanics of Redemption

The Mechanics of Redemption

How do mitzvahs bring Moshiach?

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The Mechanics of Redemption: How do mitzvahs bring Moshiach?

How the cumulative effect of our positive actions results in the perfect world of Moshiach.
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Mitzvah, Moshiach and the Future Redemption, Reward & Punishment
Rabbi Shais Taub is a renowned speaker and noted scholar on Chassidic philosophy. He is the author of G-d of Our Understanding: Jewish Spirituality and Recovery from Addiction. He and his family make their home in Pittsburgh, PA.
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A Morzinsky July 12, 2017

I listened to this twice. It's great. Reply

joann Day Nashville July 6, 2017

In Listening to the Mechanics of Redemption- I found that I am getting a better understanding of Mitzvot. The fact that when we do a Mitvah we are interacting with that part of the world and influencing for positive. IT gives me a much deeper understanding of the importance of all my interactions with people and my environment
Thank you for the class Reply

pam rhoten LOWELL July 5, 2017

I agree....his lectures leave you feeling hungry for more learning, more understanding and more of....ohhhhh yes that makes perfect sense and its beautiful from that perspective why did i never see it that way before?!! Reply

Elie Benzaquen Ontario, Canada July 22, 2013

Rabbi Taub... Is amazing....I stumbled (!) upon one of his lectures and since then have become addicted to his classes, no detox needed if you are like me...!! Reply

xavier June 28, 2013

my 2 cents worth Being charged with mitzvah IS the reward- except you get the reward before carrying it out. Reply

rg Tzfat July 18, 2012

thx this lecture is amazing - bringing so many chassidic thoughts down to a real-life way of thinking. Reply

Kyle Austin, T October 24, 2011

I See Thank you Rabbi, and Chabad.org. It seems like the gist of what you are saying is that G-d wants us to serve Him b/c we recognize our own interests, for us to recognize the profound nature of existence. To realize that for G-d to tell us anything is a great blessing. Whether it is to do or not do, because G-d brought Himself down where he wants to be just by telling us, then all we have to do is do as instructed. That way we don't have to deal with confusion the same. Certainly, this seems like a long way away, but you say it is not. Reply

Natan Lodz, Poland September 20, 2011

Easy worlds Your lecture reach my mind. Desire, it's a key word - it has no opposite & motivation. Reply

Kayo Tokyo, Japan September 20, 2011

This is why I like Chabad Lubavitch B"H

This kind of teachings make Chabad Lubavitch stand out. Reply