Saturday, July 15, 2006

whether you are tearin out ur hair, sippin hot chocolate, shoutin at the tv screen, dialin israel non stop, loungin in ur salon or organizing rallies-

(note updated tehillim request as well as the names for tefillah)

Leading rabbis and kabbalists are calling on people worldwide to recite Psalms, especially Chapters 13 (hebrew, english) , 70 (hebrew, english), 83 (hebrew, english), 120 (hebrew, english), 125 (hebrew, english), 130 (hebrew, english), 142 (hebrew, english) and 150 (hebrew, english).

Four children seriously wounded in a Katyusha attack up North:
* Michal bat Revital
* Bat Zion bat Reivtal
* Avraham Natan ben Revital
* Odel Chana bat Revital

Kidnapped IDF soldiers:
* Ehud ben Malka Goldwasser
* Eldad ben Tova Regev
* Gilad ben Aviva Shalit (since June 25th!)


If you only knew - The Tzemach Tzedek said - the power of verses of Tehillim and their effect in the highest Heavens, you would recite them constantly. Know that the chapters of Tehillim shatter all barriers, they ascend higher and still higher with no interference; they prostrate themselves in supplication before the Master of all worlds, and they effect and accomplish with kindness and compassion.

(hayom yom, Sh'vat 24)

6 comments:

kasamba said...

Sabra, I had twenty women in my house last night saying tehillim. we didn't know specifically what to say, so we just did the whole thing.

Let's just hope it worked

the sabra said...

Of course it did.
And yknow kasamba, saying tehillim (and doing anything good) in a group is so much better.

(without intending to sound like a color war chant-)achdus is what will win this war!

tafka pp said...

Sabra,

Thanks for the tehillim pointers.

(And if you happen to stop by at my blog anytime again soon, please know my Tzivos Hashem reference should not be taken too seriously!)

Shabbat Shalom

Nemo said...

Funny how we picked totally diferent Mizmors.

the sabra said...

ya i noticed how you had different perakim posted...but figured id stick with the ones i had read about

the sabra said...

O wow, today's hayom yom.

Still katyushas...still missing Gilad...still mourning Ehud and Eldad...