Just six weeks after suffering a massive heart attack and clinging to life, veteran Lakewood Mechanech Rav Avraham Luria is expected to leave the hospital and return home, the family tells TLS.
Rabbi Luria suffered a massive heart attack just after Purim, and was in extremely critical condition.
Thousands around Lakewood and around the globe Davened and took upon themselves Kabolas as a Zchus for a Refuah, and B’Chasdei Hashem, tremendous Nissim were seen. An Asifa was also held for him.
The family “Can’t thank everyone enough for all their Tefillos and Zechusim,” the family said.
Rav Luria (Avraham Yehoshua Heshel ben Frumit), who serves as a Menahael and Magid Shiur in Lakewood, is expected to return home within the next few days.
wow great news ty fir posting always good to hear good news!!!!!
Thank You for letting us know. Baruch Hashem
Its important to talk about news as such. We are mechazik what our koach of tefillah has, what the power of being nosei beohel and being mechazek in our massim has on all the world around us and most important how great Hshm is. The matzil mirapeh and oiseh hakol.
Thank you Tsl. Lets all talk about the real story of our lives.
Why take photo of what appears to be Hashem’s name which is then deleted?
I too was nitzel from a similar dire medical danger. Hashem saved me and returned me to better health then I was ever in previously, out of his great mercy and chesed. I too recognise that the koach of the tefilla of the rabim was a great part of my hatzala.
I wish somone can start a website with just stories of chasdei Hashem. Our lives would become so enriched.
Hodu l’Hash-m ki tov! He should have a Refuah shelaima and be back to his avodas hakodesh bkarov
genius go for it
He should lead us to greet mo’shiach together with all the zadikim of our generation.
Let’s all be grateful for this miracle
But we must not forget there are others with serious illnesses and injuries who while they may not be as high profile can still use our teffilos and support many cholim in local hospitals would appreciate some care and attention from visitors (and mosdos)
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