Tehillim in Ma’aleh Adumim

May 25, 2008 at 12:24 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 5 Comments

Women will be saying Tehillim together in Ma’aleh Adumim this Sunday night (tomorrow), 8:30 pm, after Ma’ariv, at the Pnei Shmuel shul in MItzpeh Nevo. If you’d like to come and don’t know how to get there, please find directions here. (Tehillim is Hebrew for Psalms. We will be reading the book of Psalms in Chayim Zvi’s merit that he should have a complete recovery. This is a traditional Jewish response to challenges.)

Tomorrow we go for tests and the plan is that we will return home in the afternoon, and be at the hospital for the surgery at 6:30 am for the surgery scheduled between 9 and 10 am in the morning.

Devra

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  1. I am so bummed that Los Angeles is too far to drive…;) Or else I WOULD be there! Praying from here and waiting to hear the good news. All my love, R

  2. Very good Chyim, We are praying for you

  3. The tehillim group in Efrat, which meets every sunday night, read an extra book of tehillim last night for Chaim Tzvi, and most of the women took upon themselves to say tehillim this morning on their own.

    Esther

  4. In my last blog post I offered to say Tehillim for anyone in need. If a person is sick or someone they know is ill they can give me a first name. They can give me the Hebrew name of the sick person and the Hebrew name of that person’a mother.

    Thank-you

    http://www.JewintheSuburbs.wordpress.com

  5. I will add this name. I just came across this blog.


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