PSALM 27 THERE ARE EASIER PSALMS: Some ring with “HalleluYah” or feature nature’s joy in field and tree; others darker, give us short and piercing cries of the heart. But not Psalm 27. Not this poem that Jewish tradition bids
Artwork – Israeli artist Baruch Nachshon Since the time of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, the Psalms have been an inspiration and a source of delight and comfort, as well as a spiritual challenge, to all who read them. The
Kavanah is a Hebrew word meaning intention and focus. The rabbis often speak of ‘kavanah of the heart’ in terms of prayer. This Hebrew word is deeply significant as we stand on the threshold of the Hebrew calendar month of
May the Psalm of the Day be a blessing to you! Follow along as Keren recites the Psalm of the Day. Every day, when the Temple of God was standing in Jerusalem, the Levitical choir stood atop the platform located
Come to Him as a little child! Translation of Hebrew in picture: Our Father in Heaven! Thank you for everything! I will praise Your Name forever! In reference to verses 1-4, Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch approaches them as a question.