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Purim 1: Expansion Print E-mail

PurimOne who studies Torah from the time he finishes reading the Megillah at night until he begins to read the Megillah in the morning is assured that he has substantially increased his portion in the World To Come. I do not understand the reason
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Psalms of Moshe: Chozeh Tzion: 90:2 Print E-mail
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Psalms of MosesThe 1st of Adar is the Yahrtzeit of Rav Emanuel Chai (ben Avraham) Riki [or Reiki] (1688-1743). Kabbalist; author of Mishnas Chassidim. He received semicha from Rav Chaim Abulafia in Tzefas. He is buried in Zento, Italy.
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Psalms of Moshe: 91:15: Etz ha-Chaim Print E-mail
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Shabbat Prayers“He will call upon Me and I will answer him, I am with him in distress; I will release him, and I will honor him.” The Talmud (Taanit 16a) in describing the intense practices of a declared fast-day, teaches, “And why do
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Tehillim Tools: Shabbat Psalm 92:3-4: Using Shabbat’s Joy All Week Print E-mail

Psalms“To relate Your kindliness in the morning, and Your faithfulness in the nights. Upon a ten-stringed instrument and lute, in meditation upon the harp.” The second verse follows directly upon the first verse: in such times when, “Your faithfulness
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Psalms of Moshe: 92:3: Ma’archei Lev Print E-mail
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Prayer2 Adar is the Yahrtzeit of Rav Moshe (ben Yehuda) Schwab (1918-1979). Born in Frankfurt-am-Mein, he was the younger brother of Rav Shimon and Rav Mordechai. He was sent to learn in Kaminetz under Rav Baruch Ber Leibowitz
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Shabbat Psalm 92:8: Leaves & Grass Print E-mail

Tehillim“When the wicked boom like grass, and all the evildoers blossom; it is so that they may be destroyed forever (Psalms 92:8).” We can look at nature and see that with so many things that grow there is an abundance of leaves
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Psalms of Moshe 92:3-Truth & Faith Print E-mail
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The-Foundation-Stone-Bible-Psalms-Tehillim-MosheThe 7th of Adar is the Yahrtzeit of Moshe Rabbeinu. We are required to believe completely in Divine Providence, which is the source of everything even though the human intellect cannot comprehend it. Only after
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Psalms of Moshe: 93:1: Divrei Shmuel Print E-mail
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Tehillim“God will have reigned, He will have donned grandeur.” When a person accepts the Yoke of Heaven to the point of being willing to give his entire spirtual being to God; he creates a Holy Garment so to speak, in which God robes Himself as He sits on His Throne.

 

If you take the first letter of each Hebrew word of, “Shema Yisrael Hashem Elokeinu, Hashem Echad,” “Shin” = 300, “Yud” = 10, “Yud” = 10, “Aleph” = 1, “Yud” = 10, “Aleph” = 1, the total is 332, which is the gematria of “Lavesh”: “Lamed” = 30, “Vet” = 2, and “Shin” = 300. This is to remind us that if we recite the Shema with proper Kavanah to accept the Yoke of Heaven and to love God with our entire Soul, we create a “Levush,” a garment for God. Divrei Shmuel - Rabbi Shmuel Weinberg of Slonim

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Psalm of the Day - Friday: We enter Shabbat having transformed all our actions into Royal Garments for God.

Kabbalat Shabbat: Our Shabbat clothes reflect the Beautiful Garments we made for God with our acceptance of Shabbat as an expression of our acceptance of the Yoke of Heaven and as an expression of the deep love of our entire soul - with Neshama Yeteirah - for God.

Shabbat Pesukei d’Zimrah: We express our intention that all our Shabbat prayers form beautiful Garments for God.

 
Psalms of Moshe: 94:1: Baal Shem Tov Print E-mail

Moshe“O Ultimate Power of vengeance, God: O Ultimate Power of vengeance, make Yourself manifest!” This can be compared to a King who lost his way on the road. A villager helped the King guided the King back to his palace,
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Psalms of Moshe: 95:1: The Meiri Print E-mail
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Tehillim“Come (Moshe invites us)! Let us sing to God, let us call out to the Rock of our salvation.” This is a call from Moshe to remember that every moment and every challenge is an opportunity to, “Come” to God, to, “Sing” to Him,
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