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To Infinity and Beyond!

Studying Tehillim: Chapter 119 (verses of Lamed, part 6)

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To Infinity and Beyond! : Studying Tehillim: Chapter 119 (verses of Lamed, part 6)

Clarifying why he previously pled for salvation, King David declared: “the wicked had hoped to destroy me,” yet rather than simply request divine intervention he does what it takes, by “meditating upon G-d's Torah testimonies.” In addition to providing a spectrum of profound elucidation, its meaning is presented as a prime precedent for our nation’s historical challenges and spiritual solutions. His deep contemplations lead to an awareness of: “the infinitely vast nature of Hashem's Mitzvot,” providing strength to stay the course and transform creation! (Psalm 119, verses 95-96)
Lamed, Psalms

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