SHEMA YISRAEL: Hearing the Voice of Hashem

“Hear O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is One” (Deuteronomy 6:4). The Torah directs us to listen to God – to seek to hear His voice. There are actually numerous ways that God speaks to us today – we may not always be paying attention. This lecture explores some of the many manifestations of God’s voice that we can hear in our lives if we learn how to listen.

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  1. Wonderful message Rebbe!!! The message brought back my direction in my walk with HaShem. I was wondering why G-d was not present in my life as he had been. Everyday I use too walk , and this was when I actually was the most sincere in prayer and seeking his closeness. There was a major event that caused me to abandon this daily walk. There was nothing I could do that seemed to satisfy my soul until these words you spoke in this message. I realized it was I that caused the drifting away. I shall pickup my staff ( real walking stick ) , and walk again .

    Ps…. The event was a storm that caused major damages to my home and property.

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