Rav Avigdor Miller on Esther’s Sadness
Q:If G-d doesn’t approve of Jews and non-Jews living together, why did He choose to bring the yeshua by having Esther live with Achashveirosh? Couldn’t He have found a more noble way?
Rav Avigdor Miller on Strength Through Struggle
Q:The Rav said tonight that the suffering we endure from the goyim is a benefit to us. How could it be that we benefited from the decrees of Antiochus during the days of Chanukah if we weren’t allowed to keep our religion?
Rav Avigdor Miller on Golus in Israel
Q:You made a statement earlier that the Jews in Israel today are in Galus. Can you explain that?
Rav Avigdor Miller on Why Golus?
Q:If we went into Exile because of our sins, doesn’t that make things only worse by sending us out to live among the gentile nations?
Rav Avigdor Miller on Too Much Mourning
Q:You mentioned before the national tragedy of the 10 tribes going into Exile. Why didn’t Chazal establish a mourning commemoration for the galus of the Aseres Hashvotim, for the loss of these 10 tribes?
Rav Avigdor Miller on The Coatroom and Olam Haboh
Q:You told us before a story about a Jewish woman in the Middle Ages who was dragged to her death by anti-semites who tied her to the back of a horse. Why does Hashem test His children so severely to the point of having a good woman killed like that?