A Chassidic Tale

Shabbat

A Chassidic Tale

A Chassidic Tale

When I was receiving the public in Yerushalayim, a Chassid of Sanz asked that I pray for his grandson, who was in critical condition. When he told me the boy’s story, I said, “I see the sanctity of Shabbat hovering over this child. In the merit of Shabbat, he will recover.”

I          asked the man when the boy had been born, but he did not remember. He walked out to call up the boy’s parents to ask them for his date of birth. But they did not take the call. So he phoned his wife and asked if she remembered the boy’s birthday. She also did not remember, but she was sure he had been born on a Shabbat.

Now the Chassid understood why I had said that the kedushah of Shabbat rested on this boy. He related my words to his wife. He ended the call, and I blessed him with a refuah sheleimah. But the incident remained with him for a long time, providing him with chizuk in his time of challenge.

It was surely in the merit of my fathers, zy”a, that Hashem put the proper words in my mouth.

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