Search Results "The Book of Psalms"
Miracle on the Highway: Car Burns Down While Holy Books Remain Intact
Incredible miracle happened to Nissim Ben Gigi from Petach Tikva . Two Holy Books miraculously remained intact after a fire burned the driver's door where the books were located. See footage of the remains of the car and the holy books; The Book of Psalms and Likutei Moharan of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov
Forgot to say Psalms
On the Shabbat before Rosh Hashana, all the women in the shul undertook to finish the Book of Psalms together. I undertook to say as well but forgot to finish them. What should I do now?
Reciting psalms on Rosh Hashana
I heard it is important to read the Book of Psalms twice on Rosh Hashana because the 300 psalms numerologically equals kaper (atonement). If I join a group that is reciting the entire Book of Psalms on one day, is that considered as if I said the entire book or do I have to say the whole Book of Psalms by myself?
Tehillim - Psalms for Shabbat
Tehillim (The Book of Psalms) for Shabbat, divided into daily portions. Shabbat Psalms: Chapters 120 – 150
Tehillim - Psalms for Friday
Tehillim (The Book of Psalms) for Friday, divided into daily portions. Friday Psalms: Chapters 107 – 119
Tehillim - Psalms for Thursday
Tehillim (The Book of Psalms) for Thursday, divided into daily portions. Thursday Psalms: Chapters 90 – 106
Tehillim - Psalms for Wednesday
Tehillim (The Book of Psalms) for Wednesday, divided into daily portions. Wednesday Psalms: Chapters 73 – 89
Tehillim - Psalms for Tuesday
Tehillim (The Book of Psalms) for Tuesday, divided into daily portions. Tuesday Psalms: Chapters 51 – 72
Tehillim - Psalms for Monday
Tehillim (The Book of Psalms) for Monday, divided into daily portions. Monday Psalms: Chapters 30 – 50
Tehillim - Psalms for Sunday
Tehillim (The Book of Psalms) for Sunday, divided into daily portions. Sunday Psalms: Chapters 1 – 29
Difficult to recite Psalms
1. A friend at work undertook several months ago to read 2 chapters of Psalms a day. She mentioned to me that she feels uncomfortable with some of the Psalms, specifically those chapters where David asks G-d to punish his enemies and that bad things should happen to them. She said that some of these verses call for "violence" and it doesn’t seem appropriate to the Torah and that one should love every Jew. How can you ask for bad things to happen to others, even if they are your enemies? I would be grateful for an explanation on the matter because it really bothers her. 2. It says in one psalm “A song, a psalm by Assaf.” Who was Assaf? Thanks.
Ten Facts about the Book of Psalms-Tehillim
What is the meaning of the name of the Book of Psalms? How many people composed the hymns in the book? And what is the connection between the book of Psalms and Shavuot?