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This Is No Time for Prayer

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This Is No Time for Prayer

Three days after leaving Egypt to receive the Torah, the Jewish people found themselves trapped between the Red Sea and Pharaoh’s army, which was fast approaching.
Shelichut, Action; Deed, Splitting of the Sea, Lubavitcher Rebbe
This Is No Time for Prayer
Disc 146, Program 583

Event Date: 10 Shevat 5719 - January 19, 1959

Three days after leaving Egypt to receive the Torah, the Jewish people found themselves trapped between the Red Sea and Pharaoh’s army, which was fast approaching.

Moses pleaded with God to save the Jewish people, but his prayers were met with rebuke: “Why are you crying out to Me? Speak to the Jewish people and let them go forward!”

In times like these, action is of the essence.

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Anonymous December 7, 2015

Wow such a wonderful message from him he believed in spreading the word of god to each and everyone Jews and non - Jews

Omar
Miami Fl. Reply

Matthew stockton ca November 14, 2015

Very beautiful teaching Reply

Marvel Winklaar netherlands November 13, 2015

It's a wonderful teaching. I love the insights that I get. I have to practice it more. Many times I think that I have to pray about matters and forget that G-d wants me to take action. Reply

suzy handler woodland hills, ca November 12, 2015

There is always time for prayer. Just look at nature and all of G-d's glory. That will inspire anyone to say she Sh'ma. Reply

Elan ISRAEL November 11, 2015

Amazing, only the Rebbe sees beyond this world to guide us and direct us to live a good and happy life.

Mashiach now Reply

Don Murray Sacramento November 10, 2015

A person of action This is a wonderful insight. Don't hide your coins but rather invest in others and watch your investments grow. Reply

Sylvia U.K. November 10, 2015

Wondering I wonder why people are not leaving comments? The Rebbe, HaShem bless his memory, has really lovely teachings. Even if we cannot travel, relocate and spread the love of HaShem for mankind, just a brief conversation with a 'willing to listen person' is satisfactory. Reply

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