לקיים בנו חכמי ישראל • Continued Tefillos for Rav Belsky

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rav-yisroel-belskyAll are asked to continue saying Tehillim for Rav Yisroel Belsky, rosh yeshiva of Yeshiva Torah Vodaas and one of the senior poskim of our dor, who remains hospitalized at Maimonides Medical Center in Boro Park, where he has been since Motzoei Shabbos Parshas Yisro.

As reported here on Matzav.com, yesterday, a name, Chaim, was added to the rosh yeshiva‘s name. His name for Tehillim is Rav Chaim Yisroel ben Chana Tzirel.

The situation remains serious and the rosh yeshiva needs rachamei Shomayim.

The family and talmidim of Rav Belsky reiterate that the main focus should be on davening and saying Tehillim, in the hope that by storming the heavens, we can merit to witness a refuah sheleimah for the rosh yeshiva.

Asifos were held last night in Brooklyn, Lakewood and Eretz Yisroel, with tefillah gatherings and divrei hisorerus as a zechus for Rav Belsky. Additional gathering are scheduled for Motzoei Shabbos, in addition to a special Tehillim Teleconference through the Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation.

{Casriel Bauman-Matzav.com Newscenter}

11 COMMENTS

  1. “storming the heavens”

    We cannot ‘storm the heavens’. Such a notion should be anathema to frum Yidden. We can beg, beseech ???”? for ??????, however.

    The expression ‘storm the heavens’ should be retired.

    Maybe it comes from Yiddish where the meaning is somewhat different, such as meaning very emotional davening, but in English the connotation of storming in such a context means to go in against someone’s will and overpower them, something which is inappropriate with regard to ???”?.

  2. FYI for your FYI it may indeed be possible but please refer to a fantastic sefer by R’ Shimshon Pincus Zt”l on Tefilla called Sheorim B’tfilloh’

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