The Biggest Enemy Of The Jewish Nation – Parashat Vayishlach By kirby|2023-11-18T16:23:38-05:00November 18, 2023|Parashat Hashavua, Videos English|2 Comments Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInWhatsAppTelegramTumblrPinterestVkXingEmail About the Author: kirby Related Posts 3 Kinds of People Gold, Silver, Copper (Includes Current Events) Gallery 3 Kinds of People Gold, Silver, Copper (Includes Current Events) The Foundations Of Faith In Judaism Series #1 Gallery The Foundations Of Faith In Judaism Series #1 How Exactly Does Divine Justice Work? (A Masterpiece Lecture) Gallery How Exactly Does Divine Justice Work? (A Masterpiece Lecture) Major Divine Laws Gallery Major Divine Laws 2 Comments Devora gelb December 15, 2016 at 8:24 pm As one of Rabbi Mizrachi’s enthusiastic listeners and a huge admirer of Rabbi Avigdor miller, I would like to suggest possibly where the miscommunications are stemming from. Although its obvious that sick children, holocaust, national disaster and handicapped and disabilities are punishments, some things are not so obvious. The immahot did not have children and had to endure lots of suffering for years because Hashem wanted to hear their tefillot because Hashem loved them . The Ramban when discussing the akeidat Yitchok says that Hashem sends tests to Tzaddikim to bring out their potential and He does not test Reshaim, Perhaps sometimes the suffering is a test rather than a punishment. Maybe Rabbi Mizrachi could talk about all the dimentions and possibilities for suffering and bring clarity to all his audiences by explaining how this Ramban would fit into his view that suffering is always for punishment. Perhaps a good explanation would quiet the critics! May Hashem continue to give energy and success to Rabbi Mizrachis tremendous endeavors. rachel grabowiecki December 18, 2016 at 3:33 am I wish the entire Israeli government EVERYONE including those who consider themselves far right and very observant would listen to this lecture and learn NOT TO BOW DOWN TO THE WICKED!!!! As always Rabbi Mizrachi and no matter how often we hear it, there is always something more to take away from the lectures !!!!!!!!!! Amazing work ! Comments are closed.