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"This is My G-d"

10 Shevat, 5732 · January 26, 1972

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"This is My G-d": 10 Shevat, 5732 · January 26, 1972

At the crossing of the Red Sea, the Jews proclaimed, "This is my G-d, and I will exalt Him!" But the first to recognize G-d's hand were those children born in Egypt during the harsh decrees. G-d Himself had hidden them away in the fields and sustained them.
Lubavitcher Rebbe
"This is My G-d"
10 Shevat, 5732 · January 26, 1972
Disc 43, Program 172

Event Date: 10 Shevat 5732 - January 26, 1972

At the crossing of the Red Sea, the Jews proclaimed, "This is my G-d, and I will exalt Him!" But the first to recognize G-d's hand were those children born in Egypt during the harsh decrees. G-d Himself had hidden them away in the fields and sustained them.

There are also, in recent times, Jews born "in the fields." The Jews of Georgia and Bukhara were isolated for centuries from the rest of the Jewish world, and even more so recently, under the reign of communism. Yet the Lubavitcher Rebbes sent emissaries to help them keep their traditions alive.

Now that these Jews have finally begun to emigrate, we must make every effort — on both an organizational and personal level — to help them establish themselves materially and spiritually. Their self-sacrifice for centuries will certainly continue to stand them in good stead now and in the future.

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Ben December 25, 2007

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