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Friday, 19 Iyyar, 5779
  |  May 24, 2019

    Grandfather’s Demand in Dream

    After a retired Mohel declined to perform the bris, the boy's late grandfather appeared in a dream and gave a chilling motivator. Full Story, Photos

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    Beautiful Dream
    Guest
    Beautiful Dream

    One for the records books to be read by MHM soon!!!

    wooowww!!!
    Guest
    wooowww!!!

    Amazing!

    Beautiful Story
    Guest
    Beautiful Story

    Thanks for sharing and Mazal Tov

    amazin!
    Guest
    amazin!

    Thank you for sharin the story!

    unbelievable
    Guest
    unbelievable

    Wink from above showing us clearly our ancestors are with us

    Wow
    Guest
    Wow

    This story is just wow. Wow wow.

    Baruch hashem
    Guest
    Baruch hashem

    So happy to hear the baby is home. I was saying tehillim!

    Mazal tov
    Guest
    Mazal tov

    Chilling story!

    rabbi sperlin is a mohel mumche
    Guest
    rabbi sperlin is a mohel mumche

    rabbi sperlin isone of the best most skilled mohelim around

    amazing story
    Guest
    amazing story

    rabbi spelin u see how they are begging from shomayim for u to be a mohel !!!

    Amazing story!
    Guest
    Amazing story!

    And a beautiful simcha. Mazel Tov, only health and naches always!!

    2 things:
    Guest
    2 things:

    1) amazing story, it gives me chills down my spine!!
    2) when was the bris ? what hebrew date ? because if it was today (22 adar), if i am not mistaken, the bris was on the same day as rabbi wenger’s yartzeit, which is also wow wow wow!!!

    to #12
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    to #12

    The bris was Tuesday. But yes, still a wow wow wow:) thanks for sharing this story.

    bris
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    bris

    the bris was yesterday, 21 adar. but still amazing that this story was publicized on his Yartzeit.

    lifelight 2
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    lifelight 2

    Sunday was 19 Adar 1.
    Mazal Tov! Mazal Tov!

    amazing story  !
    Guest
    amazing story !

    Wow so touching, R Wenger OBM was very special and he is sure present among his family. He was close to his Yortzeit it is really a big merit.Mazal To. to their Family.
    This kind of. stories are Tsiporei Tsadikim.
    Mazal tov for the baby Yachir Koach!

    wow
    Guest
    wow

    Amazing

    B'H
    Guest
    B'H

    mazel tov

    Rabbi Wenger A"H
    Guest
    Rabbi Wenger A"H

    i miss him, no doubt a holy and heavenly man

    Beautiful
    Guest
    Beautiful

    BH
    Only a pure and holy Jew can have these kind of dreams
    Wow
    Mazel tov!!

    Rabbi Sperlin
    Guest
    Rabbi Sperlin

    Is the TRUE example of a Chosid. He is a pure selfless jew that radiates kindness and holiness.
    May Hashem keep showering your family with only simchas!

    WOW!!
    Guest
    WOW!!

    This is wonderful, a must share. Thank you for posting it.

    SHEP NACHAS
    Guest
    SHEP NACHAS

    YOU SHOULD HAVE A LOT OF NACHAS FROM HIM MAZAL TOV

    THe reason why  R' Sperlin didn't do bris on Yahrtzeit!!!!
    Guest
    THe reason why R' Sperlin didn't do bris on Yahrtzeit!!!!

    Although Simi would have wanted the Bris on the day of his father’s Yahrtzeit, he had no choice….

    R’ Sperlin B”h had his own einikel’s Bris to attend to on that day in LA!!!!

    ONly SImchas!!!

    mazel tov
    Guest
    mazel tov

    Rabbi sperlin had 3 simchos this past month his son also got engaged

    Only Simhas
    Guest
    Only Simhas

    Wow!, what an amazing story Mazel Tov!!

    Mazal tov!
    Guest
    Mazal tov!

    Mazal tov mazal tov!
    Love Esther Chana;) another one

    mazal tov
    Guest
    mazal tov

    dearest wenger family,
    we have been davening for ur precious son since we heard the news and we are ecstatic that he is doing well.

    rabbi sperlin a true role model. thank u!

    montrealer.

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