Day 200 Swords of Iron – “Reedeemer in the Reeds”

Chaim starts the video by saying that his home in the Galilee is a beautiful place, and in just a few hours he’ll be leaving it to head back to the IDF and preparations for the next move in the Gaza Strip which will probably be a move into the city of Rafah.

He talks briefly about the Passover seder meal he was able to lead the previous evening at the Aliyah Return Center and how it occurred to him that the plagues that God sent on Egypt were not only meant to persuade Pharoah to “Let my people go” but they were meant to free Egypt, and the whole world, from the bondage of worshipping false gods and idols.

He also says that at the moment there’s massive flooding in different parts of Iran, and this is causing tremendous hardship there. He asks, rhetorically, if this might be a type of Divine judgement on that country for abusing Israel. He also reminds his viewers once again of the Passover miracle that saw almost all the missiles Iran fired at Israel being intercepted and causing very little damage.

Chaim reminds his viewers of Micah 7:15; “As in the days when you came out of the land of Egypt, I will show them wonders.”

He also quotes Psalms 78:42; They did not remember His power: The day when He redeemed them from the enemy,

Chaim speaks about some of the miraculous events of deliverance that accompanied that first Passover, including the parting of the Reed Sea. There was also the parting of the Jordan River a generation later, when the Children of Israel finally made it into the Promised Land.

Chaim also speaks about the prayer which was written by the chief rabbi of Tel Aviv for the return of the hostages held in Gaza, and he says that there will be peace once again in this Land. He says that just as in the days of Moses and Jethro, Ruth and Naomi, there will once again be those gentiles who join their fate to the House of Israel.

He concludes by thanking his viewers for joining him in praying for this peace to be in the Land of Israel.

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