Pray for his healing.
Winner of the Israel Prize for Jewish Studies And one of the greatest commentators of our generation, Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, is hospitalized in critical condition at Shaare Zedek Hospital after suffering from acute pneumonia.
As you may recall, Rabbi Steinsaltz was hospitalized last week, on Tisha B’Av, but in the last hours (Monday) There was a severe deterioration in his condition.
According to the report on the Ynet website, the rabbi’s family posted a message asking them to pray for medicine Rabbi Adin son of Rebecca Leah.
“My father is battling a severe case of pneumonia (unrelated to Corona), and is suffering from a deterioration tonight,” the statement said. “Please mention him in your thoughts and prayers. Who will grant that we may be restored to complete health, with the help of God.”
In addition, the Steinsaltz Center, headed by him, added that they are seeking prayers, good thoughts and good deeds to his credit.
Rabbi Steinsaltz, 83, who was published in his commentary on the Talmud and Hasidic books, is the winner of the Israel Prize for Jewish Studies for 1988, and the President of Israel for 2012.
Knitted surfers recite Psalms for the complete healing of Rabbi Adin ben Rivka Leah among the other patients of Israel.
To the chief Musician, A Psalm for David.
Do not rebuke me with your nose, and do not torment me with your wrath. Be merciful to me, for I will be merciful to Yahweh, for I have been terrified. And my soul is exceedingly terrified, and you are yea, until when. Return, O LORD, save my soul, and save me for thy mercies’ sake. For in death there is no remembrance of thee, in whom thou shalt be thanked. I groaned with my sighs, I swam every night I lay down in my tears, the cradles of mass. I am angry with my eyes, I am overwhelmed with all my oppression. Turn away from me all the workers of iniquity, for I have heard the sound of weeping. Hear, I pray thee, let my prayer be taken. Let all my enemies be exceedingly afraid, let them be dried up for a moment.
To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David.
In the day of trouble, in the name of the God of Jacob, he will exalt you. He will send your help from the sanctuary, and from Zion he will feed you. He will remember all your offerings, and your ascent will be renewed.
He will give you your heart, and he will fulfill all your counsel. We will rejoice in your salvation, and in the name of our God we will be exalted, all your wishes will be fulfilled. Now I know that he hath saved his Christ, that he may be answered from his holy heaven, in the mighty works of his salvation to this day. Those in the chariot, and those in the horses, and we in the name of Yahweh our God will remember. They knelt down and fell, and we stood up and cheered. Yea, the Savior, the King will answer us on the day we are called.
A song of majesty, I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help. Help the people of the heavens, make the heavens and the earth. Do not let your footsteps be broken, do not let your footsteps grow. Behold, he that keepeth Israel shall neither slumber nor sleep. Thou shalt be careful, Thou shalt be slain by thy right hand. The day of the sun will not set, and the moon at night. He will keep you from all evil, he will keep your soul. Ye shall keep thy going out and thy coming in from henceforth even for ever.
The song of virtues, from the depths I read to you. Hear my voice, let your ears be attentive, to the voice of my supplication. If the seasons are preserved, Yahweh, who will stand. For with thee is forgiveness, for thy sake. I had hoped for the hope of my soul, and I was applied to it. My soul, O my people, yea, yea, yea, yea, yea! Israel shall go to Yahweh, for with Yahweh is mercy, and with him is abundance of redemption. And he will redeem Israel from all his iniquities.
Educated to David, being in a prayer cave.
I will cry out to Yahweh, I will cry out to Yahweh. I will pour out my complaint before him, I will declare my trouble before him. When my spirit was enveloped in me, and you knew my path, in this way I would go and bury my trash. Look to the right and see and I have no acquaintance, I have lost an escape from me, there is no demand for my soul. I cried unto thee, O LORD; I said, Thou art my refuge, my portion in the land of the living. Listen to Rinati, for I am very poor, and deliver me from my persecution, for they have adopted me. Out of the confines of my soul, to give thanks unto thy name, in me shall the righteous be crowned, that thou mayest reward me.
Whoever blessed our fathers Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, Moses, and Aaron, David, and Solomon, will bless the sick. Rabbi Adin son of Rebecca Leah In other patients with Israel for the sake of which we pray Baboro, Bscr this one Hkdos Blessed Hoa Imla mercy Alio Lhhlimo and Lrfato and Lhhziko and Lhhioto, and Islh him Mhrh complete recovery Mn heaven Lrm”h Abrihm and Ss”h Gidio Btoc residue hatch Israel, Rfoat Hnfs and Rfoat Hgof, Hsta shortly And at a time of sacrifice. and we shall say amen.
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