Tag: Yetzias Mitzrayim

Rav Avigdor Miller on The Stubborn Lose Out

Q: Makkas Barad it says that הירא את דבר השם, the ones who feared Hashem, brought their animals inside before the hail began in order to save their property. But didn’t they all see what Moshe Rabeinu had been doing with the Makkos already for such a long time? How could there be anyone who wasn’t yarei…

Rav Avigdor Miller on Why We Have The Seder At Night

Q: The Rav said earlier that even more important than being freed by Pharaoh in the middle of the night, was the Yetzias Mitzrayim that took place in the morning because that’s when the Am Yisroel left Egypt and finally escaped the gentile environment. So why do we have the Seder at night and not in the morning?

Rav Avigdor Miller on How Many Remained?

Q: The medrash on the words וחמושים עלו ממצרים says that only one out of fifty went out of Mitzrayim. Is this to be understood literally, and if yes, why was it so?

Rav Avigdor Miller on Shabbos and Yetzias Mitzrayim

Q: In kiddush on Friday night we say that Shabbos is zeicher l’yetzias Mitzrayim; it’s a remembrance of our going out of Egypt. In what way is Shabbos supposed to remind us of Yetzias Mitzrayim? 

Rav Avigdor Miller on Sukkah Safety

Q: What intention should we have when we sit in the sukkah?

Rav Avigdor Miller on Thanking For Yetzias Mitzrayim

Q: You said that we have to thank the Creator for taking us out of bondage. So my question is, what was ever done by us to deserve such a bondage in the first place?