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1. One may accept charity in order to have food for the Shabbos meals, up to a certain point.
2. There is a difference between washing plates and washing cups on Shabbos afternoon.
3. Whoever fulfills the Mitzvah of eating three meals every Shabbos will merit to be saved from three major tribulations.
4. The Gemara lists the great rewards received by a person who always fulfills the Mitzvah of Oneg Shabbos.
5. Rav: If Bnei Yisrael would have kept the very first Shabbos, they would not have been subject to dominion by Nochrim.
A BIT MORE
1. One should not ask for charity in order to enhance his Shabbos meals. If he has enough food for the basic meals, he should not ask for more money from charity to upgrade his meals and further honor the Shabbos.
2. If a person does not plan to eat any more meals on Shabbos, he may not wash plates, since doing so is a preparation for the weekday. However, he is permitted to wash cups, since one never knows when he will want a drink.
3. He will be saved from: the pangs of Mashi'ach, Gehinom, and from the war of Gog and Magog.
4. Among his reward is receiving a "limitless portion of inheritance" and that all of his desires are fulfilled.
5. Rebbi Shimon bar Yochai: If all of Bnei Yisrael would keep two Shabbosos, they would immediately be redeemed.
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