Rabbi Binyamin Schlanger has once more presented us with an incredibly important work; a translation of the Rebbe’s historic talks of 5751 and 5752 (“nun- aleph – nun-beis”), referred to by many as the D’var Malchus, because they contain the Rebbe’s directives to us concerning our role in bringing the Geulah in this unique time period of Jewish – and the world’s – history.
Rabbi Schlanger has brought the Rebbe’s directives on shleimus ha’aretz in his earlier rendition of the Rebbe’s sichos on this pressing topic and did not rest on his laurels, but has presented us with this crucial and timely work: the Rebbe’s last talks (to date) on Moshiach and Geulah which remain relevant now more than ever.
Upon close study of these talks, one comes away with the strong impression that the Rebbe not only clarified where we are in the unfolding of Yemos HaMoshiach, but also addressed all of our questions concerning Moshiach and Geulah in this time. While portions of these talks have already been translated into English in the volumes of Sichos in English, the current translation is unique in that that it remains faithful to the full and final version of the talks the Rebbe’s himself carefully edited that ultimately appeared in print in the volumes of the Sefer HaSichos.
Every Chassid and admirer of the Rebbe for whom the Rebbe’s words are precious, will be pleased with this work because it makes the original sicha, which may be cumbersome for some, accessible to all. Even those who are familiar with the original Hebrew and Yiddish will benefit greatly from this translation because it has made these talks easier to navigate. Dividing of the sicha into sections with illuminating headings which add to the accessibility of these talks. In the merit of learning the subject of Moshiach and Geulah, especially through the “Likkutei Sichos of ne’ssi doreinu”, the “derech hayesharah – the straightforward path,” to bring Moshiach, may we imminently merit the revelation of Moshiach now!
Rabbi Schlanger will be in the New York area for the coming few weeks and is available for public talks both on this book and his previous Security for the Land of Israel.
He can be reached by phone at 718-710-1359
or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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