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Days Are Coming All you want to know about Mashiach and the redemption

Days Are Coming - All you want to know about Mashiach and the Redemption

4 Sunday mornings. beginning January January 10 at 9:30am

 

Lesson 1: January 10

The Purpose of Exile

Can the Diaspora Be a Good Thing?

For most of our history, we have been in exile. Why, what is its purpose, and why for so long? The answer we discover has multiple layers. On the surface, our exile atones for our sins, but on a deeper level, we are on an epic global journey to prepare the world for its ultimate purpose, the messianic age.

 

Lesson 2: January 17

Redemption: Its Centrality to Judaism

Can We Thrive in Exile?

If Judaism has survived in the Diaspora for thousands of years, why do we need Mashiach, and why is it foundational to Judaism? This lesson will demonstrate that Diaspora Judaism is a mere glimmer of what Judaism is meant to be and that Judaism will only thrive and realize its full potential in the messianic era.

 

Lesson 3: January 24

The Process That Makes Mashiach Happen

One Small Act Can Make a Global Difference

 If we want to make Mashiach happen, we need to know what Mashiach is about, and then we can reverse-engineer the steps to make it happen. In this lesson, we will present a map that will lead us directly to the doorstep of Mashiach.

 

Lesson 4: January 31

The Obligation to Await and Anticipate the Redemption

Why Believing Isn’t Enough

In this class, we will learn that if we truly believe in Mashiach, we will anxiously await his arrival. Not only await, but beg, plead, and even demand that G-d hasten his coming. This anticipation grows progressively stronger, as the long-awaited Redemption draws near.

 

 

 

 

This course will be 4 Sunday mornings at 9:30am and will be available to take live in person or on Zoom, depending on your preference. 

The in person venue is at the Kesselman home - 12203 Foothill Ln Frisco TX 75035
The Zoom class and be found at www.chabadfrisco.org/zoom

The cost for this course is $40.00

The course textbook can be purchased through Rabbi Kesselman for an aditional $10.00

 

When
January 10th, 2021 9:30 AM through January 31st, 2021 11:30 AM
Registration fee
Registration without the student text book $ 40.00
Registration including the student text book $ 50.00