Misaskim’s 23rd International Tehillim Asifa this Tuesday @1PM EDT

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Wherever you are at 1pm this coming Tuesday, STOP!

Stop and say Tehillim, together with tens of thousands of tinokos shel beis rabban around the globe, who will beseech the sha’arei shamayim with tefillah on behalf of so many cholei Yisroel, and others facing the most terrible troubles one could imagine.

Misaskim coordinates this poignant event during Aseres Yemei Teshuvah to infuse strength and hope into all those in urgent need of a yeshuah. Children from more than 35 Brooklyn yeshivas will assemble in the Bobov Shul in Boro Park, which serves as the host location. Thousands more will join via satellite hookup across the nation and around the world, crying “Shlach Refuah Shleima L’Cholei Amecha!”

The International Tehillim Asifah was initiated in response to the many tzaros which Klal Yisroel and Misaskim confront daily. Surely the fervent pleas of the thousands of children will penetrate the Heavens and will secure a shana tova for all of klal Yisroel. If even one child’s pure prayer is a heaven-piercing arrow, how much more so, then, is the awesome power of tens of thousands of tefillos emanating from the innocent mouths of tinokos shel bais raban and ascending heavenward!

Regardless of your location, your tefillos can join with hundreds of thousands of others as the sha’arei shamayim are be”H opened wide at 1:00 p.m. this Tuesday. The program will begin with the recitation of the following kapitlech of Tehillim: 13, 20, 79, 121, 130, and 142. This will be followed by Minchah, Avinu Malkeinu, Selichos of Shlosh Esrei Middos, and Kabolas Ol Malchus Shomayim.

The event will be live-streamed on www.Misaskim.org and here on Matzav.com; you can also listen to the event live through Kol Mevaser by dialing 212-444-1100, and following the appropriate prompts.

{Matzav.com}

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  1. We must teach our children to be Mispallel for every decent Human Being regardless of which mother they were born to. We must show HKB”H that we are not a selfish people, we are a caring people that Sincerely cares and empathizes with all of His creation. We don’t just do things as a “good impression show”, to feel that we made a Kiddush Hashem, we are sincerely good and caring.

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