The Limited Times

Now you can see non-English news...

The Rebbe shouted: "Did anyone believe that tanks would roam the streets of Paris and Manhattan?" - Walla! Judaism

2020-12-21T10:47:41.368Z

In poignant remarks made by the Admor Rabbi Josiah Pinto he called for unity and distance from controversy: People who were rich were wiped out, people who were healthy died. There was no such thing as a flood. "Watch the full story



  • Judaism

  • Life itself

The Rebbe shouted: "Did anyone believe that tanks would roam the streets of Paris and Manhattan?"

In poignant remarks made by the Admor Rabbi Josiah Pinto he called for unity and distance from controversy: “Who believed this to be what would happen in the world?

People who were rich were wiped out, people who were healthy died.

There was no such thing as a flood. "Watch the full story

Tags

  • Rabbi Pinto

  • Return of Israel

Aryeh Zamir, in collaboration with Shuva Israel

Monday, December 21, 2020, 12:30 p.m.

  • Share on Facebook

  • Share on WhatsApp

  • Share on general

  • Share on general

  • Share on Twitter

  • Share on Email

In the most poignant remarks made by the Rebbe Rabbi Josiah Pinto, the head of the patriarchs of the courts in Morocco, he sought to strengthen unity and stay away from controversy.



At the beginning of his speech, the Rebbe said: "One should be so loving and united, that whoever makes a dispute - take him out of bounds.

All in love and brotherhood, all the same, we are all sons of one man, we are all sons of the Blessed One.

We all walk in the same way, the same customs, we all worship the Lord, we all worship the Holy One,

This is the great virtue that everyone should have, to keep the way of God in holiness, purity and reverence for God.

May we have something to come to the Blessed One and answer him.

What was said and what was answered.

What does the Blessed One respond to?

What was he told? "

Photos we did not know (Photo: ShutterStock)

Rabbi Pinto referred to the corona plague that changed our lives: "Let's look at what year we went through in the many iniquities, who can say 'I am one hundred percent', no one. Did anyone believe that what happened in the world would happen? "Healthy - dead, people who were calm - now nothing is restless. Blessed be the Holy One - destroys the world."



"We tell you, the righteous, that the Flood section was not such a thing as it is now," added the head of the patriarchs in Morocco.

"Let's look at all the history we know, was there one more time, from the Flood generation, that the whole earth was closed? There was no such thing. What God did on the eve of Seder 'and no one left the door of his house until morning', someone believed that tanks would turn On the streets of Manhattan and Paris?

Someone that we will get into such a situation in the world? ".



Rabbi Pinto went on:" Let's see how far we've infects it, it was only 10 months ago, here everything is already forgotten from the heart.

Where were we a few months ago?

where?

And the righteous will know that these are not simple things and that they are signs of redemption.

Who thinks that this is all over and here they have found a vaccine?

No.

Find a vaccine will come another story, the world is like a plane that goes into a vortex of air, and we are in a vortex of air until Christ comes.

And who can survive this whirlwind?

Only those who cling to God.

Man has no power for anything - everything from God, only in innocence and faith, honesty and love of God.

And possessed by friends. "

More on the Judaism channel

  • Special Documentation from Morocco: The Spiritual Revolution of Rebbe Rabbi Pinto

  • The lesson that swept the world: Answers to all the questions - the Admor Rabbi Josiah Pinto

  • Talmud Torah and Mikveh Tehara: Rishon LeZion arrived in Dubai

  • Share on Facebook

  • Share on WhatsApp

  • Share on general

  • Share on general

  • Share on Twitter

  • Share on Email

Source: walla

All news articles on 2020-12-21

You may like

Trends 24h

Latest

© Communities 2019 - Privacy