Eishei Tanach Who Portray The Middah Of Zrizus

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  • #591500
    smiley10
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    Hi does anyone know some eishei tanach who have the middah of zrizus and the situation in which they show this?

    Thank you!!!

    #682482
    Yanky55
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    In Parshas Lech Lecha, Avraham says to Sara “Heenay nah yadati ki ishah yifas mar’eh aht”.

    Rashi comments that because of the tznius between them, up to that point he did not know how beautiful she was!

    #682483
    smiley10
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    Thankyou but i mean an example for zrizus ( bieng quick to do a mitzva)

    #682484
    shlomozalman
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    The most famous example is from the akeidah, “Vayashkem Avraham Baboker Vayachavosh es Chamoro”. Avraham Avinu, despite the emotional difficulty inherent in what he was asked by God to do, still did it bizrizus; he woke up early to fulfill God’s command.

    #682485
    chesedname
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    moshes wife, when she realized g-d was upset her kids didn’t have milah she did it right away

    #682486
    sm29
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    Avraham showed a lot of enthusiasm when he invited guests

    #682487
    oomis
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    Avraham Avinu by the akeida, “Vayashkeim” that he got up early to do Hashem’s bidding.

    Pinchas Ben Elazar Hakohein, who killed Zimri Ben Salu and Cozbi bas Tzur with one stroke through both of them, for flagrant public immorality.

    Tzipporah, who herself gave a bris milah to her son.

    Shmuel Hanavi who killed Og Melech Habashan (do I have that right?) when Shaul Hamelech failed to do what he was commanded, to execute him. Shmuel just took a sword and split him in half.

    #682488
    goody613
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    oomis- wasn’t that dovid hamelech?

    #682489
    smiley10
    Member

    Do meforshim by this posuk comment on this act as zrizus?

    #682490
    WolfishMusings
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    Shmuel Hanavi who killed Og Melech Habashan (do I have that right?) when Shaul Hamelech failed to do what he was commanded, to execute him.

    wasn’t that dovid hamelech?

    For the record, it was Shmuel. The king, however, was Agag of Amalek.

    The Wolf

    #682491

    smiley

    What are you asking on? Yankee’s comment?

    #682492
    Yanky55
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    Smiley-

    Sorry about that. Last night my eyes saw the word as “tznius”….

    #682493
    Yanky55
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    Moderator 80-

    I am Yanky. A “Yankee” would be Derek Jeter 🙂

    #682494

    Sorry about that. Last night my eyes saw the word as “Yankee”…. 😉

    #682495
    Yanky55
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    As sm29 wrote about Avraham, when the Malachim come to him it says “V’el habakar rutz Avraham….Va’yimahehr la’asos oso”

    Avraham personally runs to do the mitzva….

    #682496
    oomis
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    Thanks, Wolf. I KNEW it was Agag, that Og was a questionable answer. I guess I was Senior Momenting again.

    #682497
    snapplegrl
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    what about Chushim ben Dan who was deaf and quickly killed eisav with out delaying.. u know that story?

    but Avraham is prob most famous pesonality for this mitzvah- ran to greet his guests, served them the best and by the akeida…

    #682498
    goody613
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    i think with avrohom by the guests is the only time in the torah it says vayorotz-and he ran

    #682499

    I think Lavan also ran to Yaakov, goody.

    I keep on reading the title of this thread as tznius.

    #682500
    oomis
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    I think Rivka Emainu also exemplified this trait, as she ran to draw water for Eliezer’s camels after giving him to drink. Very worthy to be the D-I-L of Avraham Avinu.

    #682501
    koma
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    The people as whole in bringing Trumah, Aharon Hakohen in stopping the Magefa in parshat Korach,

    and in the negative sense, Chamor ben Shechem, Doeg haEdomi Avimelech ben Yiftah, not all specifically zrizus, but alcarity certainly.

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