Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Alone? You're in good company

Written by Tsivya

I went to a shiur-class last night given by Rabbi Alperin. One of the things that the Rabbi said was that geula comes through loners.

Avraham, Yitzchak, Yosef, Moshe, Esther, David, Rut were all unique in that they were alone in their situation. Therefore, they cried out to HaShem and each merited to bring the geula-redemption-in their own way. And it says that at the end of days that every nation will turn away from the people of Israel. All that will be left is us and the Creator of the World.

That is why, the Rav said, at this time before Moshiach, there are so many people alone and lonely. We all need to be crying out to HaShem in order to speed the geula.


פִילִיפ said...

Literally, what a title, in the middle of digesting a Turkey sandwich, no less. *sniff*

nava said...

Thank you Devorah --- your article is delicious :)

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know the source for this--alone/loneliness before Mashiach?