“If you only knew the power of reciting Tehillim (Psalms)… you would recite them constantly.” (Rabbi M. M. Schneersohn – 3rd Chabad Rebbe)
King David’s Tehillim has been a pillar of inspiration and refuge for the jewish people, through the joys and sorrows of our long history.
The custom is to recite Tehillim daily, dividing the entire book to the days of the month or week. Additionally one says their own chapters (corresponding to their age, or the like).
In a world of technology, the need for staying focused and organized in reciting Tehillim has never been greater.
The Kehot – Ohel Yosef Yitzchok – Tehillim App
At its core, the app presents a crisp digital version of the beloved Tehillim Ohel Yosef Yitzchak with English translation. Additionally It provides the daily portion of Tehillim for those who follow the monthly and weekly cycles.
Facilitating the practice of reciting the Psalm that corresponds to one’s age as well as those of their loved ones, the app offers the option to add chapters, automatically calculated by inputting their Hebrew or secular birthdays. The chapters then auto-increment on each person’s birthday.
It also can display Psalm 20 on days when it is to be said as well as groupings of Psalms for special customs and occasions, such as the 40 days from Rosh Chodesh Elul to Yom Kippur, births, weddings, funerals, when praying for healing, etc. In instances where the litany includes the verses in Psalm 119 that spell out a person’s name, that too can be easily added.
Conveniently, the app does not require an active internet connection to run – perfect for use just about anywhere.
“They really understood the vision for this app and went the extra mile to ensure that the users of this app would get an unparalleled experience. The Chabad.org app team is grateful to have such great partners.”
Rabbi Meir Simcha Kogan
Director of Chabad.org
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