Hashem Did this to Me, No One Else – Daily Chizzuk with Rav Eliezer Berland Shlit”a

The Daily Chizzuk of our Rebbe, the Gaon and Tzaddik, Rabbi Eliezer Berland shlit”a – “Hashem told him to curse David.”

These are his holy words:

Pharaoh would ridicule the Kadosh Baruch Hu, that Moshe and Aharon are practicing sorcery.

“The fool vents all his anger” (Mishley 29:11).  This is Pharaoh, who thought that this was more sorcery, but really this was the work of Hashem.  This wasn’t sorcery.  The staff and the serpent wasn’t sorcery – these were signs which Hashem gave.

Hashem can turn a staff into a serpent and a serpent into a staff.  Hashem can turn sea into dry land and dry land into sea.  Before this, they walked on dry land in the midst of the sea.  After this, they were amidst the sea on dry land.

So that a person amidst the sea should know that he is on dry land.  [When he is] on dry land, to know that he is amidst the sea – that he should feel secure.

[We are] supposed to receive the Tablets during the giving of the Torah.  Hashem wants to give us the Tablets [the shiur was given before Shavuot].  Now, before the Messiah comes, Hashem wants to give us the Tablets anew with lights and lightning.

“I am Hashem your G-d” (Shemot 20:2), that a person should know that “I am Hashem your G-d,” that a person should know that everything is Hashem.

As David says, “Hashem told him to curse” (II Shmuel 16:10) – that a person is prepared to say about everything [that] Hashem did this to me”

A person [who is] insulted is resentful for several days until he calms down.  The greatest tzaddik takes three days to calm down – David in a second said “Hashem told him to curse.”  Hashem is doing this; I have no confusion here.

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They say to him, who is this dog’s head? [As it says there, “Avishai ben Tzruya said to the king, ‘Why should that dead dog curse my master the king.  I’ll go forth now and remove his head’” (II Shmuel 16:9)].  Just a dog.  This is a head of a reincarnation of a dog.  Who is this dog’s head?

This was Shimi ben Gera.  He was the rabbi of King Shlomo (Berachot 8a).  When they killed Shimi, Shlomo immediately went and married Pharaoh’s daughter.

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