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Toras Menachem Vayeitze 5712. Vol. 4 page 156 ff.A semi-Farbrengen about the Mitteler Rebbe.

Vayeitze Patriarchs (18) Likutei Sichos – Vol 01 p 63 ff / Vol 03 p 787 ff Yaakov was the most successful of the Avos, as all his children were Tzadikim and he had them in Golus.

Likutei Sichos Vol 10 pp 88-91Yaakov was very different from the two Avos that came before him. His primary purpose was dealing with Golus. He couldn’t allow Avimelech any foothold in Eretz Yisroel. His “bed was (therefore also) whole”.

Vayeitze Patriarchs (19) Likutei Sichos – Vol 15 p 243 ff Ya’akov makes two conditions with Hashem and then two promises. This Sicha shows that the requests were for help at serving Hashem to set up the fulfillment of the two promises. Aliyas HaNeshama and Dira BiTachtonim.

Vayeitze Patriarchs (20) Likutei Sichos – Vol 15 p 252 ff Ya’akov is involved with many things, but before all, above all and even after all, his primary involvement is with sheep. This teaches two lessons: 1) Bittul: it must be before, in, and after all, 2) Bittul alone is not enough, you must also...

Vayeitze Patriarchs (21) Likutei Sichos – Vol 25 p 150 ff Malachim before, Malachim after; When Yaakov leaves Eretz Yisroel, the local angels cannot lead him into Chutz La’aretz and new Malachim appear, while on his return, the Eretz Yisroel angels come out to greet. The reason: in the beginning they are empowering him and...

Vayeitze Patriarchs (23) Likutei Sichos – Vol 25 p 168 ff The return of Yaakov to Eretz Yisroel found him whole not only according to the promises Hashem gave him, but that he didn’t even suffer (in a lasting way) for the Avoda sacrifices he needed to make in Golus.

Toldos Vayeitze Patriarchs (22) Likutei Sichos – Vol 35 p 113 ff Supplement, a Maamar from the Alter Rebbe about our Galus Edom (Aisav) lasting so long! Overt and covert enemies. Aisav, an outright evil is dealt with, while the devious Lavan took twenty years to subdue. In our Galus it is Aisav that is...

Vayeitze Patriarchs (23) Likutei Sichos – Vol 25 p 168 ff The return of Yaakov to Eretz Yisroel found him whole not only according to the promises Hashem gave him, but that he didn’t even suffer (in a lasting way) for the Avoda sacrifices he needed to make in Golus.