The Month of Elul
 
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The Month of Elul

In the generation of the Exodus from Egypt, Moses ascended Mount Sinai three times. The first was to receive the Torah. The second was to plead with G-d for his forgiveness, after the Jewish people sinned in worshipping the golden calf.

Then, on the first day of Elul - the month immediately preceding Tishrei - Moses ascended the mountain a third time, to invoke G-d's abundant mercy for our complete atonement. He remained there for forty days, until Yom Kippur, when G-d cleansed us completely, as though we had never sinned.

Since then, these days are marked as a special period of Divine Grace, during which our sincere prayers are sure to find favor in the eyes of G-d.

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Essay - Chai Elul: Breathing New Life Into Our Divine Service
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Essay - A Time To Take Stock
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Elul is a month of reckoning, when we take stock of all the aspects of our divine service over the previous year. The Rebbe Rayatz once compared... 
Elul - Observances
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The Shofar is sounded every weekday morning, except on the last day of Elul - Erev Rosh Hashana. Psalm 27 is added to the daily morning and... 
The King in The Field
8/21/2008

When the king is enthroned in his palace, he is not easily accessible; audience is granted only to those who have merited his attention. But when... 
Psalm 27
8/21/2007

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Essays - The King in the Field
8/21/2008

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