From the Forward to the new book, by the editor, Rabbi Eliyahu Yonah Benyaminson:
In connection with the instruction of the Rebbe King Moshiach Shlita, upon numerous occasions to add in the Torah study of the topics of Moshiach and Redemption we hereby present the third volume of English translations of “Dvar Malchus” – Royal Words 5751-2, in honor of the 9th of Kislev this year, the 23rd anniversary of the Besuras Hageulah – that Moshiach is here, by the Rebbe King Moshiach Shlita in 5752.
The addresses of Dvar Malchus are unique in that they show us how the ultimate Redemption through our Righteous
Moshiach is currently unfolding, and guide us in how to best serve Hashem, through the fulfillment of Torah and Commandments on a truly high level befitting this new era.
This volume includes free translations of seven addresses of the Rebbe King Moshiach Shlita on the Torah portions of Mishpotim, Terumah, Tetzaveh, Ki Sisa and Vayakhel in the book of Shemos from the year 5752.
The translation of the talks appearing in this volume are a free translation of the original version of these talks (in Yiddish or Hebrew) and footnotes which were both edited by the Rebbe King Moshiach Shlita for accuracy. It is understood that although much effort has been placed that this translation of the original version be as accurate as possible, mistakes may have occurred for which the translator takes the full responsibility. It is obvious that nothing can replace the original version.
Additional explanatory notes were added by the translator and were placed in brackets and italicized to differentiate between them and the original footnotes.
Much thanks to Eitan Corenblum for his assistance in the publishing of these translations.
May it be the will Hashem that immediately we see the Rebbe King Moshiach Shlita “build the Beis Hamikdosh in its place, and gather all the dispersed Jewish people… And he will correct the whole world to serve Hashem as one….”
Mishpotim 5752 English
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