Thursday: 11 Nissan Seuda and “A Taste of Moshiach”

Learning, chassidishe comradery, seuda and farbrengen at Thursday’s weekly Taste of Moshiach shiur at Beis Eliezer Yitzchok, 394 Kingston Ave, at 8:30 (Maariv at 8:15).

This Yud Aleph Nissan marks 120 years of our Rebbe. Let’s gather together in honor of the Rebbe’s birthday to present him with the one gift that the Rebbe requested repeatedly, in the most heartfelt manner, BRINGING MOSHIACH INTO OUR LIVES AND INTO THE WORLD!

As the Rebbe stated, “The idea of ‘Rebbeim’ is a preparation for Moshiach. Then, G-d’s glory will be revealed and all flesh will see it (Isaiah 40:5). This means that you will be able to behold G-dliness with your physical eyes. And the preparation for that is when a [Rebbe, in a] physical body which can be seen with our physical eyes answers every individual, face to face. For a Rebbe’s answer is the spirit of Hashem has spoken through me and His words are on my tongue (Samuel II 23:2)” (Sichos Kodesh – 1950-04-15).

Connecting to the Rebbe is a fundamental part of preparing ourselves and our times for Moshiach. Through learning, farbrenging, inspiring ourselves and strengthening one another, we can make the Rebbe’s vision our reality.

Join us at 8:30 on Thursday evening at Beis Eliezer Yitzchok (Maariv at 8:15), 394 Kingston Ave, for a fascinating shiur on the Rebbe’s chidush on Torah and Yiddishkeit in the times of Moshiach delivered passionately by Rabbi Mendel Krasnianski.

A seuda and farbrengen in honor of Yud Aleph Nissan will take place following the shiur. The Alter Rebbe teaches דאס וואס עס קען אויפטאן א חסידישער פארברריינגען קען מלאך מיכאל ניט אויפטאן – That which a chassidishe farbrengen can accomplish, even the angel Michoel can not accomplish.

Let us learn the Rebbe’s Torah and tap into our power and the strength of a farbrengen to affect a positive change in our lives and a permanent change in the world.

May we be zoche to greet Moshiach NOW and spend this Pesach with the Rebbe in Yerushalayim!

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