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The Dark Night Moves

Studying Tehillim: Chapter 119 (verses of Chet part 4)

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The Dark Night Moves: Studying Tehillim: Chapter 119 (verses of Chet part 4)

Revealing rhyme and reason of King David’s strange nocturnal schedule. On the most literal of levels, the strings of a decorative harp adorning his royal state bed would melodically vibrate at midnight awaking the prayerful Monarch, who would rise to thank the Al-mighty for his righteous judgments. In a deeper metaphoric sense this darkest time of night represents deepest despair; from which we must rebound with faith-filled vigor. (Psalm 119, verse 62)
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