Are Bad Things a Part of G-d’s Plan?

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Are Bad Things a Part of G-d’s Plan?

Join Rabbi Manis Friedman as he examines one of the most perplexing questions we have. Why do bad things happen, period?
Good and Evil, Everything has a Purpose, Concealed Good

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D'Vorah Meijer Netherlands April 23, 2023

Devarim 30
Orthodox Jewish Bible
1 And it shall come to pass, when all these things are come upon thee, the>> brocha and the kelalah, << which I have set before thee, and thou shalt cause them to return to thy heart among kol HaGoyim, whither Hashem Eloheicha hath driven thee,

2 And shalt #return unto #Hashem Eloheicha, and shalt obey His voice according to all that I command thee today, thou and thy banim, bekhol levavcha uvekhol nafshecha;

3 That then Hashem Eloheicha will #bring #you #back from the #golus, and have compassion upon thee, and will #return and #gather thee from kol ha’amim whither Hashem Eloheicha hath dispersed thee. Reply

Nebiyat Nigusie Woldeyohannis Ethiopia June 19, 2020

This is very enriching thank you for sharing me. Now I understand why bad things happen because we choose bad things. Besides it is a great light to know what bad means, something it shouldn't have happened! Reply

Brenda Sasson Tawil Yerushalayim June 19, 2020

This is one of the best of the best lectures of the best Rabbi
The concluding sentence about the separation of bad and good is the
perfect ending to make your eternally profound conclusion! Reply

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