Why is it that some of the most tragic events have occurred on Shabbat or holidays? They remind us that, despite moments of joy, repentance is as important as ever. Now, more than ever, we need an all-hands-on-deck approach.
Our soldiers are the best of the best. They use the most advanced weaponry. But there’s one essential element in our war arsenal that, if missing, means certain defeat...
The Jewish people around the world are suffering deeply, either from the tragedies of the massacre and ensuing war, or from rising antisemitism. Who can remain indifferent – but what can we do? Rabbi Arush gives two ways to help our brothers.
Close your eyes to the physical world, and open them to Hashem - simple advice that will change your life, send you miracles and salvations, and help bring the Redemption!
Since October 7, there hasn’t been a specific hero who turned the tide of the war. Thousands of acts performed by hundreds of thousands of soldiers are moving us, inch by inch, to victory. Every Jew (yes, YOU!) is a warrior in this spiritual battle.
Sometimes, our internal wars with each other make the Geula seem more remote than ever! What's the point of praying for Redemption when we hate each other? Rabbi Arush shows why we absolutely must believe that Hashem will redeem us if we cry out.
We want to cry out. That is what every one of us felt when we heard about the terrible massacre on Simchat Torah. That is what we feel every day when we wake up to the painful news of yet more Jewish blood being spilt. We want to scream: “Father, enough! Father, until when?!”
We don't need Mashiach to come to solve our problems. We need Mashiach to come so that Hashem's glory will be fully revealed and the desecration of His Name will end.
The Oct 7 massacre clearly pointed out our vulnerabilities. But it also showed that those who live in the shadow of Hashem enjoy His protection. Why take the risk?
Our distress is deep and difficult, and it is only natural to feel rage towards different groups, the government, and IDF–Intel. Rabbi Arush describes how to keep our deep pain from ruining our lives and drowning us. A MUST READ!
Since the days of our father Avraham, Jews have been in a constant struggle to replace the earth’s lawlessness with recognition of the One King. Jews are fighting for the inner spirit of man - the part that serves its Maker rather than its desires.
Rabbi Arush brings a powerful message of hope! “Together we will win” is always true, every day in our lives. Only with this togetherness can we end the darkness, emerge from exile, and merit the complete redemption in a merciful way.
On Simchat Torah, Hashem reminded us that those who celebrate and follow His Torah are protected. What can we do for those who were killed on that day while celebrating a licentious event? A LOT!
Why do they hate Jews? Why does “equality and justice for all” and women’s rights and more apply to everyone – except Jews?
Antisemitism, Jew-hatred – whatever term you use – is soaring to alarming levels not seen since the Holocaust. How did it get to be so bad, so quickly when we have equality, civil rights, and religious freedom?!
Often, when we look below the surface of what appears to be a dismal situation, we can find the hidden solution. So too, in our current situation in Eretz Yisrael, we see the glimmer of redemption!
While we're in a state of declared war, many ask Rabbi Arush about the balance between making efforts for self-defense and emuna. Rabbi Arush explains how both work together...
A merciful teacher might let a student who flunked a test do a re-take. The Jewish people are getting a “re-take” of the days of repentance right now!