REMEMBERING THE EXODUS notes

 

[1] Isaiah 49:14
[2] Tanya, Shaar HaYichud VeHaEmunah Ch. 7
[3] Zichronot prayers in Musaf of Rosh Hashanah
[4] Zichronot prayers in Musaf of Rosh Hashanah
[5] Leviticus 16:16
[6] Song of Songs 8:7
[7] Zohar Mishpatim 99b; Etz Chaim, Shaar 39, Drush 7 and 8.  Also see Maamarei Admor HaEmtza’ee, Dvarim Vol. 1, p. 24.
[8] Malachi 3:6; Also see Torat Chaim, Noach 49a.
[9] Deuteronomy 8:17
[10] Deuteronomy 6:12 & 8:11
[11] Deuteronomy 6:5
[12] Deuteronomy 11:14 & 11:13
[13] Deuteronomy 4:39
[14] Deuteronomy 4:35
[15] Isaiah 1:3
[16] The lower knowledge (Daat Tachton) which receives from Abba and Imma (Chochmah and Binah) through Hitbonenut-contemplation.
[17] Talmud Bavli, Shabbat 3b
[18] Hoseah 6:3
[19] Chronicles I 28:9
[20] See Sefer HaMitzvot from Maimonides
[21] Isaiah 1:4
[22] Isaiah 1:3
[23] The upper knowledge (Daat Elyon) which unites Abba and Imma (Chochmah and Binah) as a gift from above.
[24] Tanya, Introduction in the words of Zohar, Vayera 103b.
[25] Psalms 44:22
[26] Song of Songs 8:6
[27] Zohar, VaYechi 244b; Mishpatim 114a.
[28] Hosha’ana prayer, Om Ani Choma (for day three).
[29] Talmud Bavli, Avoda Zarah 17a.
[30] Hosha’ana prayer, Even Shetia (for day two).
[31] Proverbs 27:19
[32] Amos 9:11; Also see Zohar, Tetzave 186b, and Maamarei Admor HaEmtza’ee, Na”Ch p. 352.
[33] Exodus 2:23-25
[34] Exodus 6:5
[35] Jeremiah 2:2
[36] Samuel I 2:3; Also see Maamarei Admor HaEmtza’ee, Vayikra Vol. 1, p. 262; Torat Chaim, Bereishit 18c; Shaar HaEmunah 51b.
[37] Jeremiah 31:33
[38] Isaiah 40:5
[39] Isaiah 11:9
[40] Referring to Shaar HaEmunah
[41] Isaiah 63:9
[42] Deuteronomy 31:18
[43] Zohar VaYigash p. 210a; Vayikra 20b; Also see Torat Chaim, Lech Lecha p. 95a.
[44] Hosea 5:15
[45] Zohar (Ra’aya MeHemna) Pinchas p. 225a.
[46] Bereishit Rabba 68:9
[47] Isaiah 63:9
[48] This is the matter of Kree-how the verse is read, versus Ksiv-how it is written.  In this and the subsequently referenced verses, the spoken sound of the word “Lo” is the same, yet it can mean either לא – no or not, or it can mean לו – his or he is.  That is, these verses are written with an Aleph-א, but read with a Vav-ו.  So this same verse can mean, “in all their afflictions, He is afflicted” or “in all their afflictions, He is not afflicted.”  The same is true of the subsequently quoted verses as additional examples of this.
[49] Psalms 100:3
[50] Samuel I 2:3
[51] Jeremiah 32:19
[52] Isaiah 44:15
[53] Deuteronomy 14:1
[54] Exodus 20:14
[55] Shaar HaEmunah
[56] Deuteronomy 16:3
[57] Isaiah 25:9
[58] Jeremiah 2:2
[59] Malachi 3:24
[60] Isaiah 45:15
[61] Zohar VaYigash 210a; VaYikra 20b
[62] Exodus 6:9
[63] Deuteronomy 4:30
[64] Hosea 14:10
[65] Psalms 25:10
[66] Psalms 119:15
[67] Genesis 18:19
[68] Deuteronomy 13:5
[69] Psalms 119:15
[70] Song of Songs 1:2
[71] See Rashi commentary to Song of Songs 1:2.  Also see Maamarei Admor HaEmtza’ee, Dvarim Vol. 4, p. 1,473.
[72] Talmud Bavli, Brachot 26a-26b
[73] Deuteronomy 31:18
[74] Exodus 14:5
[75] Exodus 15:22, 17:1
[76] Exodus 14:31
[77] Talmud Bavli, Shabbat 146a.
[78] Talmud Bavli, Makkot 23b
[79] Habakuk 2:4
[80] Talmud Bavli, Shabbat 15b
[81] Deuteronomy 6:25
[82] Exodus 3:15
[83] See Likkutei Torah, Pekudei 3b; Tikkunei Zohar, introduction 4b-5a; Maamarei Admor HaEmtza’ee, Dvarim Vol. 2 p. 412; Na”Ch p. 93.
[84] Tikkunei Zohar, Tikkun 30, 74
[85] Deuteronomy 30:15
[86] Talmud Bavli, Eiruvin 95b
[87] Numbers 15:39
[88] Deuteronomy 28:10
[89] Leviticus 23:43
[90] Leviticus 26:3
[91] Talmud Bavli, Makot 23b
[92] Torat Kohanim, end of Parshat Kedoshim; Also see Shaar HaTeshuva, Shaar Tefilah p. 71d and on.
[93] Deuteronomy 13:6
[94] Leviticus 18:5
[95] Proverbs 15:11; 27:20; Psalms 16:10; Talmud Bavli Eruvin 19a.
[96] Proverbs 7:27
[97] Judges 5:6
[98] Deuteronomy 8:15; Also see Likutei Torah, Naso 20a; Shaar HaTeshuvah Vol. 1, p. 4b.
[99] Deuteronomy 8:15
[100] Ezekiel 20:35
[101] Leviticus 16:8-21; Maamarei Admor HaEmtza’ee, Na”Ch p. 498.
[102] Isaiah 59:17
[103] Jeremiah 9:7
[104] Jeremiah 2:19
[105] Isaiah 9:11
[106] Psalms 124:2-6
[107] Genesis 41:21
[108] Hosea 8:8
[109] Isaiah 9:11
[110] Zohar (Idra Zuta) HaAzinu 290b; Tanya, Igeret HaTeshuvah Ch. 4; Maamarei Admor HaEmtza’ee, Dvarim Vol. 2, p. 366 & p. 656.
[111] Talmud Bavli, Yoma 29a
[112] Talmud Bavli, Kiddushin 40a
[113] Introduction to Eicha Rabba; Talmud Yerushalmi Chagiga 1:7; Talmud Bavli Yoma 9b.
[114] Jeremiah 9:11-12
[115] Pardes Rimonim, Shaar 23, Atara; Also see Maamarei Admor HaZaken 5565 Vol. 2, p. 740; Vol. 1 p.4 (in the name of the early Kabbalists); Nevi’im p. 223; Likkutei Torah, V’Etchanan 5c.
[116] Talmud Bavli, Brachot 63a
[117] See Maamarei Admor HaEmtza’ee, Kuntreisim, p. 142; Shaar HaTeshuvah Vol. 1, p. 8b.
[118] Tanya, Ch. 18 & Ch. 33
[119] Introduction to Eicha Rabba
[120] Jeremiah 9:11-12
[121] Talmud Bavli, Avoda Zarah 3b
[122] See Kriyat Shma Blessing, Emet VeYatziv
[123] Ecclesiastes 7:14
[124] Talmud Bavli Yoma 9b
[125] Talmud Bavli, Brachot 61b; Avoda Zarah 18b
[126] Jeremiah 44:15, 19, 20, 25
[127] Ezekiel 8:14
[128] Jeremiah 44:18
[129] Deuteronomy 13:2, 3, 6; Also see Rambam Hilchot Yesodei HaTorah Ch. 9; Avoda Zarah Ch. 5, and the commentaries there.
[130] Deuteronomy 13:2, 3, 6
[131] Deuteronomy 18:20-22
[132] Kings I 22:22
[133] Jeremiah 32:19
[134] Psalms 33:13
[135] Isaiah 24:21
[136] Moreh Nevuchim, Part III, Ch. 29.
[137] Isaiah 10:15
[138] Isaiah 19:1
[139] Zohar, Bo 43a
[140] Arvit evening prayer, blessings of Kriyat Shma
[141] Jeremiah 2:13
[142] Genesis 25:23
[143] Ezekiel 26:2
[144] Talmud Bavli, Megilla 26a; Pesachim 42b.
[145] See Maamarei Admor HaEmtza’ee, Hanachot 5577 p. 225, and the references there.
[146] Bereishit Rabba 4:4
[147] Introduction to Tikkunei Zohar 17a.
[148] Zohar Balak 198b
[149] Psalms 71:22
[150] Talmud Bavli, Yomah 21b and the commentaries there.
[151] Talmud Bavli, Sota 48b
[152] Isaiah 19:14
[153] Zohar introduction 11b
[154] Talmud Bavli, Yoma 9b
[155] Jeremiah 9:7
[156] Samuel II Ch. 12
[157] Psalms 119:66
[158] Psalms 84:3
[159] Psalms 84:3
[160] Lamentations 3:23
[161] Haggadah Shel Pesach
[162] Shaar HaEmunah p. 11a
[163] See Siddur of Alter Rebbe, Shaar HaTefilin 15d and on; Torat Chaim, Noach 58b.
[164] Hosea 2:22
[165] Deuteronomy 4:39
[166] Deuteronomy 4:35
[167] Psalms 19:13
[168] Isaiah 63:9
[169] Proverbs 18:24

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