For a reason known only to me, I distance myself from giving consent on new writings; however, for someone as great as he I will overcome my will and obey his.
''Greater are Tzaddikim in their passing, that their words make an impression. This is also explicit in his will, whoever publishes his writings will have a righteous advocate in the world of truth. And we have seen many who had salvations, relying on this promise.'
It is well known how great the power of the Gaon Rabbi Leibish Charif zy"a, that anyone who prints his writings the Almighty protects him in all areas; how many unwell were cured, how many barren have see salvation.
The righteous Gaon, Rav Aryeh Leib, before his passing, said with his divine foresight and promised every man, "If you happen to be in trouble, undertake to print one of my holy works and I will be a righteous advocate for you." We have heard and we have seen great miracles happen to many people, through this merit many have been cured and helped.
'As the author promised during his lifetime, in addition to giving a hand written manuscript written in purity to his disciple, the Gaon The Chidushei Harim, who engraved it on his tombstone "Anyone who prints his books he will be his advocate." And anyone who printed his books escaped from pain and distress '.
"Indeed, the Gaon promised that he would do a favor to all those who tried to help him in publishing his books, and he truly did a favor for everyone involved."
"'Whatever one does to bring my writings to print, I will have the right to save his soul from the ravages of time', And I heard that his words were confirmed."
In the past, the books of the Maharal Tzintz were printed in the old format, only for the sake of the segula, and not for studying purposes. Recently, Avreichim in Ashdod set up an institute to print the books of the Gaon of Platzk with a clear and beautiful text so that everyone is able to study his writings. Donations for the printing are mainly from those in the need of salvation. I know someone who was in the need of a great salvation last year for one of his sons who printed one volume of the Maharal Tzinzt anonymously and immediately afterward saw a great and unnatural salvation. (Expert of a shiur 5776)
Printing the books of the Maharal Tzintz is a virtue for all kinds of troubles, and it has been proven! When his son-in-law was ill, the Steipler also printed a book for his recovery.
"I do not testify to you from the distant, but from up close. With my own eyes, I saw a number of times and in several matters, when I advised people to partake in the printing of the books of Maharal Tzintz, immediately thereafter came a "miraculous salvation." I personally take part in the printing of his books by the Institute of the Maharal Tzintz in Ashdod and saw wonderful things. "It is similar and works just like a light switch – flick the switch and there is light, so too, immediately after the donation comes the salvation.
The A.B.D. of Yerushalayim praised the books of the Maharal Tzintz, because it is tried and proven to be saved from trying times and from illnesses. In 5753 he commanded his close friend, Rabbi Davidovitch, to print one of the books, while insisting that the book be printed out of his personal money.
In the years prior to the war, he instructed a member of his family to print a book by Maharal Tzintz for a merit when he needed salvation.
Printing the Books of the Gaon The Maharal Tzinz has been a famous virtue for several generations.
The virtue is known, widespread, and accepted for generations. The Steipler Rebbe, too, himself printed these books as a segula. When the books were brought before the Maran Hagaon Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky Shlit "a, his face lit up, he held the books and said excitedly: "My father zt"l always said that the known virtue of publishing the books of the Maharal Tzintz, who promised salvation to the printers, is indeed only in a printing that will be possible to study in. Now, after the members of the Institute have seen to print them in a beautiful format, the known virtue has more validity."
When the editors of the Institute brought the books of Rabbeinu before Maran, he was moved and immediately wrote a letter of support for the institute. "It is a great privilege to participate in publishing the books of the Maharal Tzintz zy"a and to fulfill the will of the tzaddik. This merit should stand by all supporters and may the desire of Hashem flourish through their work."