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Tehillim 119: Verses of Shin

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Studying Tehillim: Chapter 119 (verses of Shin)
Introducing Shin, representing Sheker (falsehood), the verses open with our songful warrior and fearless King David being pursued by princes without cause. Fearing only Hashem, he chooses not to seek revenge. Learning the verses for the letter Shin, verse 161 of Psalm 119.
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Verses to Stop the Satan Before Sounding the Shofar
King David rejoiced in “G-d's word,” the meaning of which incorporates three possibilities: guarantee, wisdom or covenant. A range of commentary is employed to better understand what these ideals represent, and why this particular verse was selected to help us prepare for the sounding of the shofar. The Psalmist invokes the imagery of “finding abundance spoils”; a notion richly elucidated with colorful allegory including dream treasure-hunting, the power of kosher food and even the importance of utilizing talents to best appreciate this unique verse. (Psalm 119, verse 167)
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Studying Tehillim: Chapter 119 (verses of Shin)
King David passionately abhors falsehood, because of his love for Torah, the essence of truth. G-d’s songful servant documents seven stages of praise to G-d enabling him to achieve eternal bliss and fulfilment while alive in this world! Learning the verses for the letter Shin, verse 163 of Psalm 119.
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Studying Tehillim: Chapter 119 (verses of Shin)
King David faithfully asserts that lovers of Torah shall not falter, instead finding abundant peace with optimistic hope for G-dly salvation and a better future filled with spiritual fulfilment and altruistic devotion to higher ideals. Learning the verses for the letter Shin, verse 165 of Psalm 119.
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Studying Tehillim: Chapter 119 (verses of Shin)
King David asserts his faithful keeping of Hashem’s testimonies, as well as his love for them. The Psalmist is committed to keeping G-d’s orders, because he knows that the Creator is aware of his every step and movement. Learning the verses for the letter Shin, verse 167-168 of Psalm 119.
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