Tefillos for Yitzchok and Michoel Gross January 25, 2014  7:29 pm

yael-and-avigail-grossTefillah is the only hope, say R’ Shimon and Michal Gross of Yerushalayim, whose sons, Yitzchok and Michoel, remain hospitalized in serious condition.

This past week, the Grosses buried their 2- and 4-year-old daughters, Yael and Avigail a”h (shown in photo), who passed away after being accidentally poisoned on Wednesday after an exterminator left a chemical agent, Phosphine, behind.

“I feel the embrace of Klal Yisroel and I thank everyone. Only tefillah will help [for the boys],” said Michal.

Among those who called the Grosses to be menachem avel was Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu.

At the kever of his daughters following the kevurah, R’ Shimon said. “Avigail and Yael, go before the Kisei Hakavod, you, babies who never did aveiros and are pure, and beg for rachamei Shomayim for your brothers.”

All are asked to daven for Refoel Yitzchok Eizik ben Michal and Chaim Michoel Shlomo ben Michal.

{Matzav.com Israel News Bureau}

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3 Responses to Tefillos for Yitzchok and Michoel Gross

1 .Comment from Tehillim now

January 25, 2014 at 8:27 pm
I think we should try to split up the tehillim now for these brothers; & hope and daven fervently that they merit a refuah sheleima b'mheira! The poor parents r"l; losing 2 children at once; may they never have to endure any other pain! I will say Perakim 1- 10 inclusive in Tehillim.

2 .Comment from Anonymous

January 25, 2014 at 10:05 pm
it is heartbreaking anyone who can, please go to this site http://tehilimyahad.com/mr.jsp?r=FrgDURa78C say a perek of tehillim & click the green button on bottom to show you've said it this way tehillim can eb said countless times for the 2 cholim

3 .Comment from Anonymous

January 26, 2014 at 2:21 am
Our hearts go out to the Gross mishpacha and our tefillos to HKB"H. May the precious children have a speedy and complete refuah shleimah.


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