Rabbi Chaim Goldberger has been studying, practicing, and teaching bitachon — our mandate to rely on God’s Providence — for decades. The system he has developed and describes in this book is based on Chazal, approved by Gedolim, and (time and time again, in his own life and in the lives of his students) proven to work. With its practical path towards developing real bitachon,The Six Steps of Bitachon may be the most important book you’ll ever read.
About the Author:
Rabbi Chaim Goldberger, a disciple of Harav Yaakov Weinberg, zt"l, and, yibadel l'chaim, Harav Yochanan Zweig, shlit"a, has spent over twenty years in the rabbinate, serving congregations in Lowell, Massachusetts, and Minneapolis, Minnesota. An original thinker and trusted consultant, Rabbi Goldberger has been quietly teaching and living the principles of bitachon for over thirty years. His students finally persuaded him it was time to bring his unique approach to the public.
"I believe that your approach will enable people to feel the tangible presence, love, and concern of Hashem in their lives and will thereby make them happier, wiser and — most important — better people. Yasher kochacha on articulating a message that we all need to hear."
-Yitzchak Breitowitz, Senior Lecturer, Ohr Somayach, Jerusalem
"This book is a must for so many who struggle with bitachon. I sincerely hope it will be well received among Jews on every level, and will bring bitachon and tranquility to the lives of many."
-Rabbi Yitzchak Berkovitz, Dean , The Jerusalem Kollel
- ITEM #: 7268
- Dimensions: 6" x 9"
- ISBN: 978-1-937887-60-5
- Weight: 0.7250 lbs
- Binding: Hard Cover / 80 pages
- Published by: Mosaica Press
Rabbi Goldberger's work conveys an incredibly important message for any Jew to hear. In a surprising parallel to contemporary secular society with its emphasis on the material and utter negligence of the spiritual, the Torah world seems to have shifted its focus solely to talmud Torah at the expense of dveikus with the Ribbono shel olam. R' Goldberger is one of the few who has long preached the importance of Emunah and Bitachon, Yiras Shomayim and Ahavas HaShem. I am honored to have known and learned from the author and hope that the dissemination of his sefer will help his readers reconnect with the fundamentals of our holy Torah.