Links below FROM MATZAV.COM Tuesday of Parshas Beshalach, is a special day. Seforim tell us that it is extremely prudent to utilize this day to pray for parnassah, livelihood, for the next 12 months.
It is a widespread and accepted custom to recite “Parshas Hamonn,” the portion in the Torah that describes the way Hashem provided monn (i.e., parnassah from heaven) for the Yidden in the Midbar. This can be found in Sefer Shemos, Perek 16: 4-36. It is customary to read the pesukim twice and the Targum once, and also to recite a short tefillah for sustenance beforehand. (Click here for the tefillah as well as for the ArtScroll English translation of these pesukim. Click here for the parsha, including the Targum Onkelos.)
Reciting this parsha reminds us that just as Hashem sustained the Jews then, so too, He – and He alone – provides for each and every one of us now.
With Hashgacha Pratis, Divine Providence, Hashem looks after our every need down to the most minute and seemingly mundane detail.
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And read with sincerity the words of the Torah portion this week, which is the key to success in making a living and having the right head space in all we do!
PARSHAS HAMON – THE SEGULAH FOR PARNOSAH!!! says in the Yerushalmi: One who recites Parshas Hamon every day is assured that his food will not be lacking. Even more so today!
Reb Menachem Mendel of Rimanov said it is a Segulah for Parnosah to say Parsahas Hamon on Tuesday Parshas Beshalach.
Reb Mendel M’Riminov said that saying Parshas Ha’monn (Shneyim Mikroh V’Echod Targum) on Tuesday Parshas B’Shalach, is the key to make the money you need to live happily. (Tuesday Parshas B’Shalach is this Tuesday – January 31st)
The full text of the prayer is below.
Translation is by Rabbi…
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