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Naftali Silberberg

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If it's true that it's the effort that counts, then BP should get a Congressional medal of honor. So, is what we've been told all along true, that effort is the main thing?
Balak hated the Jews—but for good reason; in his estimation, they presented a mortal threat to him. Balaam, on the other hand, like so many anti-Semites throughout the ages, hated the Jews for no reason at all...
How to steal, while ensuring that you are not likewise victimized
Deep, deep down lays the soul's oil well. When tapped, it has the ability to provide ample fuel and illumination for the entire world. But what happens when the oil isn't properly channeled? When the oil rig explodes?
While perusing the various news stories covering this monumental mess, three words keep on appearing: "Act of G‑d." Now, I ask, what do you think G‑d thinks of this expression?
There are certain mitzvot that have a greater connection to the Redemption, and their observance hastens the coming of Moshiach considerably more than others. Let's discuss several such mitzvot...
Just as then it was in the merit of the women's faith that the Israelites were redeemed from Egypt, so, too, it will be in the merit of the righteous women of our generation that we will be redeemed once again.
According to Ezekiel, the defeat of Gog and Magog will precipitate the Messianic Redemption. What is this battle all about? Lots of questions, not as many answers...
"Behold I will send to you Elijah the Prophet before the arrival of the great and awesome day of G‑d." Why Elijah? And what practical functions will he serve?
One of the promises regarding the Messianic Redemption concerns the Torah we will then study: "A new Torah will emit from Me." In fact, "The Torah which we study in this world is naught in comparison to the Torah of Moshiach"!
The Jewish nation, the Torah, and the Land of Israel constitute one indivisible whole—and the greatest of mitzvot are preformed when all three are joined.
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