Video: Rabbi Lazar Farbrengs in Merit of Child’s Recovery

A farbrengen took place last night in the merit of a complete and speedy recovery of a baby in Hallandale Beach, Florida. It was addressed by the Chief Rabbi of Russia Rabbi Berel Lazar and Rabbi Raphael Tennenhaus

Rabbi Berel Lazar, the Chief Rabbi of Russia, kindly interrupted his hectic schedule to join in a Farbrengen for a complete and speedy recovery for a young baby in Hallandale Beach, Meir Binyomin ben Chana Sarah, in need of a great miracle. 

Rabbi Lazar spoke next to the Ohel, words of Torah and inspiration, at the Zoom Farbrengen that included the 12 Pesukim, Tehillim, words of encouragement from Rabbi Mordy Feiner and from Rabbi Raphael Tennenhaus. Everyone participating in the Farbrengen gave Tzedakah, hence the Farbrengen was filled with Torah, Tefillah, and Tzedakah. 
Rabbi Tennenhaus emphasized that doctors are not prophets, they were given exclusively permission to heal, but not to predict the future. 

The Rabbi added, that this the week of Shoftim, we are all reliving the Sicha of the Rebbe of Shoftim of the year 5751, (1991), where the Rebbe stressed how HaShem chose a prophet in our generation, and this prophet is assuring us that Moshiach is coming very soon!

Rabbi Tennenhaus concluded, that just like with Hurricane Andrew, in 1992, the Rebbe’s prophecy was 100% accurate, and the Chassidim stayed put and were safe, so too today, in 2020, all the different “predictions” concerning Covid-19 and social unrest, are very conflicting. The only “definite” future we know about, is the imminent revelation of Moshiach, NOW!

Many good resolutions are being accepted by people all over the world for a complete and speedy recovery for the young baby boy Meir Binyomin ben Chana Sarah. 

To make a resolution, to add in Torah and Mitzvahs to accelerate the complete and speedy recovery for Meir Binyomin  ben Chana Sarah, please email [email protected] . Thank you from the community of Hallandale Beach and South Broward.  

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