Inspiring our Kids to Yearn for Moshiach

In the midst of all this darkness, how do we find the light? How can we truly want Mashiach? How can we transmit that longing to our kids? In the midst of this time of destruction and loss, where can we find the strength to rebuild?

Within the destruction of the Beis HaMikdash, Hashem programmed healing and hope for the future. He particularly selected a time of year laced with inordinate potential for Redemption as the most opportune time for this tragic event.

Thus, this time of mourning is in essence a time of opportunity and active preparation for the ultimate, final Redemption, may it be speedily in our days.

In connection with this propitious time, Sichos in English is delighted to present an excerpt from its upcoming seriesThe Life of a Jewish Child, Volume One, giving illuminating insight into the famed 12 Pesukim. This selection features the popular ‘anthem’ of Tzivos Hashem, “We Want Mashiach Now.” 

Delving into how the Rebbe considered this song the blueprint and mission-statement of Tzivos Hashem, this booklet sheds light on what it truly means for kids to want Mashiach, and guides parents in inculcating this yearning in their children. 

Our children are on the frontlines of the mission to bring Mashiach.

Click here to access this ‘taste of Redemption’ and prepare your kids for the victory ahead.

May we merit to witness the transformation of these days of mourning into days of celebration, with the coming of Mashiach Tzidkeinu, right now!

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