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01/28/2022 11:35:13 AM


"… only he must pay the loss entailed by absence from work (שבתו ) and cause him to be thoroughly healed (ורפא ירפא)." (21, 19)

 Shabbat brings healing

 On this verse the Gemara says: "Rabbi Yishmael taught - ורפא ירפא –we learn from here that permission has been given to the doctor (rofeh) to heal.


In the Tiferet Shlomo of Rabbi Shlomo of Radomsky he explains this verse per that written in the Gemara (Shabbat): "Our Rabbis have learned – One who goes to visit a sick person (on Shabbat) should say, "One does not yell (in prayer) on Shabbat, the healing is soon to come."

 We learn from here that Shabbat has the ability to bring total healing.

 If someone has a sick person in his midst and wants to pray for his recovery, he should have intentions at the beginning of the prayer Yismach Moshe when he says Moshe per the initials of the word "שבת היא מלזעוק" – ("One does not yell in prayer on Shabbat) – and then – " the healing is soon to come." The verse will be fulfilled – "Moshe will speak and G-d will answer his voice.


Mon, June 27 2022 28 Sivan 5782