Reader-submitted: Dear Editor, Last year on Motzei Shabbos, Parshas Pekudei, HaRav Yitzchok Sorotzkin Shl”ita addressed the women of Lakewood with Divrei Hisorerus regarding the trying times we are facing. Among many other things, he quoted a Midrash that we should all take to heart. When the Avos Hakedoshim looked into the future Doros and saw the very long Galus their children would have to endure, they started to despair. They asked Hashem how it is possible for us to ever get out of this dark Galus if the generations are just getting weaker and weaker as they go along. Hashem told them that there is no need to worry. “There will be one generation that will cry out to me sincerely. They will beg for the Geula and I will hear their cries and redeem them.”
We have suffered enough! Let us be that generation!
We all know that there is a tremendous Koach HaTefillah on Purim. Let us use this Purim to storm the gates of Shamayim and beg Hashem to bring the Geulah Shelaima.
Although Purim is an extremely busy day, it would be a big Zechus for all of us if you could find a few minutes to Daven for what we all need most.
We would like to divide the Tehillim according to the days of the month and finish it as many times as possible on Purim. Mi K’Amecha Yisroel! Last year we received an overwhelming response and completed Sefer Tehillim countless times.
If you would be able to say a Yom L’Chodesh and be part of this tremendous Zechus, Please call: 848-525-8361 between the hours of 7:30 – 10:30 pm or you can text this number 24/6. (If these times don’t work for you, you can try at another time of day and leave a message. We will try to return your call.)
Any elementary school age child that stops on this busy day to say two extra perakim of Tehillim as a Zechus for the Geula, can either call this same number and leave a clear message with their name and phone number or text their name and phone number, for a chance to win a $36 gift certificate to a toy store of their choice! The deadline to enter this raffle is Sunday Yud Tes Adar / March 15 at 2:00 pm.
Yearning for the Geulah