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The Sabbath of Consolation

Garden of PurityIn honor of Shabbat Nachamu, we're delighted to announce the release of Rav Shalom Arush's new book in English, which Hashem gave me the privilege of translating, The Garden of Purity. This book is phenomenal: it will elevate men to an entirely new level in their relationship both with Hashem and with their wives. Even more, it will invoke an abundance of blessings in your life. 

What's the connection between Shabbat Nachamu, the Sabbath of Consolation, and this week's Torah portion? There's only one case in history when Hashem told someone to stop praying...

Have a lovely Shabbat and enjoy this week's mini-lesson:

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Terrence

Dear Rabbi Lazer Brody:

When we pray do we need to do as Rabbi Shalom Arush says in the above video i.e. like we want to have the Red Sea to part or is it the quantity of pray or both?

Sincerely,

Terrence Bradley

Margaret Kehoe

Dear Rabbi Lazer Brody:

Look at Jeremiah 11:14 "Do not pray for this people nor offer any plea or petition for them, because I will not listen when they call to Me in the time of their distress"
You said Deuteronomy 3:26 was the only place in Torah where Hashem said to not pray"!!

Sincerely,

Margaret Kehoe


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