Friday, July 21, 2017

Aneinu Tefillos Needed

From a friend of a Chicagoan: My father is in critical condition and needs tremendous rachamei shomayim. Please daven for Zissa Hersch ben Sara Yentel. May we all share in simchos.

Aneinu Baruch Dayan HaEmes

Baruch Dayan HaEmes. With much sorrow I inform you of the loss of 18 year old Yonaton Aryeh ben Nomi Michal, the young Israeli who went missing in Georgia on Thursday while crossing a river in the city of Tbilisi. He crossed with his 3 friends, but he slipped and drifted away with the current. He was found Friday morning by a rescue unit of the Georgian government. HaMakom yenachem eschem bsoch sha'ar aveilei Tzion v'Yerushalayim.

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Aneinu Please Daven

Please say tehillim for a teenage boy , friend of a Chicagoan, in Eretz Yisroel who was swept away by a river current . Yonaton Aryeh ben Nomi Michal 


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Summary by Channie Koplowitz Stein This is the last devar torah for a few weeks. Thank you for reading. As Bnei Yisroel are about to enter the Promised Land, the time to apportion the land to the various tribes and families arrives. The land is to be “divided as an inheritance according to the names of their father’s tribes… according to the lot…” One family is concerned about this division. These are five sisters, daughter of a man named Tzelaphchad. They are his only children. Having no brothers, they protest to Moshe that the portion meant for their father will be lost to their family and tribe, since the lottery would include only the names of the men. Indeed, they have a valid point, and Hashem teaches Moshe the laws of inheritance that are then recorded in the Torah and become known as the laws of the Daughters of Tzelaphchad.

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