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G-d is With Us in Exile

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G-d is With Us in Exile

Exile is a state when the world does not fully endorse the truth. Throughout history, Jews have risen above many attempts to discredit and hinder their devotion to G-d, and so must we do.
Galut, Lubavitcher Rebbe
G-d is With Us in Exile
Disc 10, Program 37

Event Date: 18 Iyar 5744 - May 20, 1984

Exile is a state when the world does not fully endorse the truth. Throughout history, Jews have risen above many attempts to discredit and hinder their devotion to G-d, and so must we do.

We must learn from the self-sacrifice of Jews in countries of oppression who struggle to educate their children Jewishly. One day those lands will see legions of Jewish boys and girls who are proud of their Jewishness. Knowing their struggles must inspire us to appreciate and improve the Jewish education of our children in free countries.

Rabbi Shimon ben Yochai taught, “Wherever they are exiled, the Divine Presence is with them.” A Jew is not alone in exile. G-d is in exile with every Jew and, “in all of their oppressions, He is oppressed.” When a Jew suffers, G-d declares that He suffers the very same pain. We can be assured that G-d will not leave exile even a moment before each and every Jew has been redeemed.

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Anonymous Flint, MI May 31, 2011

Hashem Praying that the Highest Holy Hashem's
sovereignty soon be felt by all nations. Reply

RICHARD ALLINGER FLINT, MI August 9, 2007

ELIJAH
I'm sure both Bush Administrations felt that the government in Iraq had to be toppled and a new democratic government imposed....perhaps nipping Saddam Hussein and his sons in the bud at this point in time has averted an unnecessary nuclear war in that region before we all know Armageddon will find it's fulfillment.
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