King David was privileged to look at Hashem and say, "I am with you always." How did he reach such a lofty spiritual level? Can we truly cling to Hashem in this generation? Enjoy this week's 44-minute emuna shiur, and let it be the beginning of a wonderful new week, amen!
With Hashem's loving grace, our weekly emuna lesson and live broadcast will take place as usual this Wednesday evening at 7:00 PM local time, at our Chut Shel Chessed Yeshiva, 13 Shmuel Hanavi Street, Jerusalem, in the main sanctuary. This week's shiur is entitled, "Looking at Hashem". Everyone is welcome, both men and women.
One day, I was really feeling down. I took a walk in the park, and suddenly a cute little white wagtail, known in Hebrew as Nachlieli, started dancing around me. Usually a shy bird, this little Nachlieli was ever so cheerful an unabashed. Instantly, I started smiling. The bird seemed to dance according to this melody, which Hashem put in my heart, and which appears on my latest instrumental CD, "Whispering Soul". I hope this will put a smile on your face too:
In this dramatic clip, Rabbi Ovadia Yosef of saintly and blessed memory bestows his blessings on this generation's great outreach leader, our esteemed and beloved spiritual guide and teacher, Rabbi Shalom Arush shlit'a: