Children in the sefer Torah



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    Children in the sefer Torah

    “Effort [should be made] to sign up Jewish children in the sefer Torah, and in a manner through which not one Jewish child will remain without a letter in the sefer Torah.” – The Rebbe • Full Article

    Two days before Shavuos, 5741, the Rebbe urged every Chossid, no matter where he lived, to stop whatever he was doing and devote himself to signing up as many children as possible to the Children’s Sefer Torah. The Rebbe wanted a duch by the end of the day. On that very same day, in a top secret mission, Israeli bomber planes and fighter planes took off towards Iraq and successfully destroyed its nuclear reactor, thus averting any potential disaster.

    Facing a time of potential catastrophe for the Jewish nation and the entire world, the Rebbe showed us how our achdus truly impacts on a global scale. A single letter in the scroll may seem minute and even insignificant, but when united with all the other letters, it creates a bold and empowering effect.

    The Rebbe routinely referred to the achdus engendered by the writing of the Children’s Sefer Torah as a keili for brochos and yeshuos for all of Klal Yisroel, as well as a crucial tool in hastening Moshiach’s arrival.

    Just 47,578 letters need to be purchased in order to complete the sixth Children’s Sefer Torah. As we approach kabolas haTorah, let us each take a few moments to reach out to our relatives, neighbors, friends, and fellow Jews, and see to it that their children purchase letters. With just a little effort, we can make a global difference.

    Visit kidstorah.org today to sign up, print brochures, and access additional resources.

    P.S. Launch a 15-second campaign now by posting this on Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp: In honor of Shavuos, visit kidstorah.org to have a letter be inscribed in a special Torah scroll for each of your children for just $1.

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