After the destruction of the two Batei Miqdash (Temples) and the long arduous Galuth (exile) that we are in, we wait earnestly for the final redemption. We are commanded to remember the redemption from Egypt, every day.
We do this daily in our prayers. Specifically, it is at the end of the Shema' that we recite daily, where we say, "I am the L-rd your G-d, Who took you out of the land of Egypt, to be your G-d" (BaMidbar 15:41).
We are told that when we recognize a miracle and sing in its praise, we merit to receive another miracle. So, therefore, it is in our interest to mention the redemption from Egypt every day, and G-d, in His infinite mercy, commanded us to do so, in order that this may lead us to the final redemption. May it come speedily in our days, Amen.
(See Ben Ish hai Derushim, Parashath 'Eqeb)
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