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Kollel Chatos at the Biala Yeshiva

The study of Torah after chatzos diminishes the forces of evil.[46] The forces of unholiness are overcome and a person’s sins are forgiven. One’s intellect and thoughts become purified and one can grasp Hashem’s unity without confusion. Everyone who wants to come closer to Hashem should drive slumber from their eyes at night and devote himself to Torah study and pray in order to triumph over the “husks.” This will positively help him come nearer to Hashem.[47]

 

            If the Jewish people would arise at chatzos, their enemies would be subdued and would not impress any decrees against them. Our affliction in this bitter exile is caused because of not getting up to study Torah and sing songs of praise after chatzos.[48]

 

            Rabbi Chiyya taught, “If a person studies the Torah at night, the Shekhinah resides with that person.” This is because it says, “Arise, cry out in the night, at the beginning of the watches; pour out your heart like water before the face of Hashem.”[49] 

 

            “Bless Hashem, all of Hashem’s servants who stand in the house of Hashem in the evenings.”[50] Rabbi Yochanan remarked, “Those who study Torah at night are considered as if they were engaged in the Temple service.”[51]

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  • Mikvah large 3 pools
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    150,000.00
  • Floor for special kids
    150,000
  • Soup kitchen
    80,000
  • Yeshiva classrooms
    30,000
  • Rebbes Study
    25,000
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    15,000

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