The Hebrew words n’eem zemirot yisrael (נעים זמרות ישראל),‘ the favorite of the songs of Yisrael’ or ‘ the sweet singer of Israel,’ are a reference to King David. Though much of this chapter focuses on his worldly accomplishments, King David is an intensely spiritual person who strives with every ounce of his being to serve Hashem. In addition to being a scholar, King David is the author of most of Sefer Tehillim, excelling not only in Torah study but also in prayer. Though his wish to build God’s Holy Temple is not granted, he is able to make many of its preparations. King David serves as the quintessential leader who uses all of his talents, and all aspects of his personality, to serve Hashem and His people.
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Ruins of Old Caesarea at Caesarea Harbor by Noam Chen. In incredible fulfillment of prophecies, the ruins of the mighty Romans are left behind as the Jewish people return "as dreamers" to the Land of Israel!
I am just another Christian who loves the Jewish people. My greatest wish is to visit Israel someday. Just know that there are thousands of Baptist Christians who support Israel. I wish I could afford to do more. --Robert Reverski