In the parsha, there is a posuk indicating the Yidden cried out and Hashem remembered the bris. The Mei Hashiloach (cheilek sheini) raises multiple questions.
Why use the word vayizaku instead of the more common vayitzaku? What does it mean that Hashem “remembered” the bris? He doesn’t forget!
Listen to the shiur and find out the answers to these questions and gain keen insights into the hashkofa of the Izhbitzer – and learn why the crying out should be considered the start of the geula (redemption).