An Urgent Call For Prayer

Our friend Philip Sperling is in critical condition and is in desperate need of our prayers for a total and complete recovery. Please join us Tuesday evening for a chain prayer on his behalf prayer that Philip receive the Divine mercy he needs for a complete recovery. We ask all of you to please recite these psalms listed below and have in mind that Pesach Yakov ben Raizel Pesha should be blessed by G-d Al-mighty with a complete recovery from his illness. Please pass on this message to as many friends as you can reach. Thank You.

The Rabbis at Congregation Ohr HaTorah

Chapter 20

1. For the Conductor, a psalm by David.  2. May the Lord answer you on the day of distress; may the Name of the God of Jacob fortify you.  3. May He send your help from the Sanctuary, and support you from Zion.  4. May He remember all your offerings, and always accept favorably your sacrifices.  5. May He grant you your heart’s desire, and fulfill your every counsel.  6. We will rejoice in your deliverance, and raise our banners in the name of our God; may the Lord fulfill all your wishes.  7. Now I know that the Lord has delivered His anointed one, answering him from His holy heavens with the mighty saving power of His right hand.  8. Some [rely] upon chariots and some upon horses, but we [rely upon and] invoke the Name of the Lord our God.  9. They bend and fall, but we rise and stand firm.  10. Lord, deliver us; may the King answer us on the day we call.

Chapter 6

1. For the Conductor, with instrumental music for the eight-stringed harp, a psalm by David.  2. Lord, do not punish me in Your anger, nor chastise me in Your wrath.  3. Be gracious to me, O Lord, for I languish away; heal me, O Lord, for my bones tremble in fear.  4. My soul is panic-stricken; and You, O Lord, how long [before You help]?  5. Relent, O Lord, deliver my soul; save me for the sake of Your kindness.  6. For there is no remembrance of You in death; who will praise You in the grave?  7. I am weary from sighing; each night I drench my bed, I melt my couch with my tears.  8. My eye has grown dim from vexation, worn out by all my oppressors.  9. Depart from me, all you evildoers, for the Lord has heard the sound of my weeping.  10. The Lord has heard my supplication; the Lord accepts my prayer.  11. All my enemies will be shamed and utterly terrified; they will then repent and be shamed for a moment.

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