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The Secret Matrix of Psalm 119

Studying Tehillim: Chapter 119 (overview)

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The Secret Matrix of Psalm 119: Studying Tehillim: Chapter 119 (overview)

This chapter consists of 22 stanzas—corresponding to the 22 letters of the Hebrew aleph-bet. Each stanza is comprised of eight verses, all beginning with same letter, hence it’s known as the psalm of eight-faces. This introductory class provides an overview highlighting the inner character of chapter 119. We examine the key words repeatedly employed throughout this psalm, and the profound meaning embedded in the patter of eight.
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Doug Roderick Coos Bay, Oregon November 10, 2021

Rabbi,
In reviewing the “Spoken word, studying the Tehillim Chapter 119, Date May 2018, it keeps stopping and starting over again. The time frame in around the twenty minute mark, the reason I say this is does vary a bit. I know I can use the audio only, but haven’t as of yet, I apologize for not checking it out prior to. I really enjoy seeing you as we study and learn together. Than you Rabbi Reply

yaffa oak park April 27, 2020

Where can i find the matrix? Thanks Reply

Yigal Gur August 15, 2021
in response to yaffa:

Please, send me the Matrix via e-mail Reply

Janice DEnver November 19, 2015

119 Rabbi Kaplan;

good to see and hear you well. Thank you for the wonderments of Psalm 119. And the 8 faces Reply

Jennifer Galit Chantrill Brisbane November 6, 2015

T'hillim 119 Thank you Rabbi K for sending this link on Facebook Reply

Anonymous Detroit January 20, 2019
in response to Jennifer Galit Chantrill:

Thank you Reply

Rabbi Mendel Kaplan Thornhill, Ontario November 1, 2015

I will, please G-d, continue to provide chabad.org with the content, and I presume that they will continue to upload and provide the links. TY both for your kind words :) Reply

Anonymous Brazil November 1, 2015

Thank you, Rabbi Kaplan! One class for a whole life. Reply

Sylvia U.K. October 31, 2015

Part two Dear Rabbi,
Thank you, for this wonderful insight. Do I need to register to access the continuing lectures? If yes, will you please send me the link? Thank you. Reply

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