Monday 17 February 2020

Tehillim – Psalm 58

In Judaism we have a concept not to rejoice too much at our enemies downfall. The classic example of this is during Pesach, when...

Tehillim – Psalm 55

This week, we start the Tehillim for the tenth day of the month. Despite the revolt of his son Absalom, and the defection of...

Tehillim – Psalm 56

Very often when a person’s situation seems completely hopeless, he will lose all hope and utterly despair. However King David did not lose any...

Tehillim – Psalm 57

King David was hiding in a cave, when remarkably his own father in law, King Saul came in to the same cave, together with...

Tehillim – Psalm 54

This week’s Psalm is the last in the section for day nine. When a person is unfortunately betrayed by loved ones and pursued by...

Tehillim – Psalm 44

In this week’s Psalm, the sons of Korach vividly portray the recurring oppressions and persecution of exile, which have sadly plagued our history, and...

Tehillim – Psalm 119

Two weeks ago we came across the shortest psalm in all of Tehillim with just two verses, and now we come across the longest...

Tehillim – Psalm 45

This Tehillim is in memory of Jean Claude Nissim ben Rose Rzala Psalm 45 is a beautiful song of praise, which eloquently describes the splendour...

Psalm 121

We arrive at quite possibly the most famous psalm of the whole book of Tehillim. ‘Esah einai el heharim, meayin yavo ezri. Ezri ma’im Hashem...

Tehillim – Psalm 53

This week’s Tehillim looks prophetically ahead to the destruction of the Beit Hamikdash and the its eventual restoration in the times of Mashiach. The...

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