Sefer Tehillim (the Book of Psalms) has been a companion to Jews throughout history. In any situation in which we find ourselves, we turn to the words of King David to express our deepest feelings and prayers. The words are meaningful, magical — and Divinely inspired. Still, it isn’t always easy to see how these holy words connect to modern life. After teaching Tehillim to hundreds of women in Jerusalem, noted lecturer Mrs. Rivka Segal has finally brought the beauty and relevance of Tehillim to the general public. Written in collaboration with bestselling author Dr. Lisa Aiken, volume IV of Living Tehillim brings the many well-known mizmorim of Tehillim 90–118 to life and shows us how we can adapt each of the chapters to our lives today. Connect to Tehillim like never before. “…I had long hoped that [Mrs. Segal] would put her wonderful classes into a more permanent written form. Baruch Hashem, she has finally done so… This is a book of true inspiration.” Rav Yitzchak Breitowitz Rav, Kehillat Ohr Somayach, Jerusalem Rivka Segal is a leader in adult Jewish education who has taught Torah for more than thirty years. She was the director of the Rebbitzen Frieda K. Hirmes Women’s Institute of Torah in Baltimore, MD, and founded the L’Ayla Women’s Initiative in Jerusalem. She is a sought-after speaker, known for her creativity and ability to excite and engage audiences of all ages. For the past fifteen years, she has made Tehillim come alive for thousands of people. The present book is one of a five-volume series, Living Tehillim. To find out more about the “Living Tehillim” initiative or to contact Rivka Segal, visit her website at www.livingtehillim.com. Lisa Aiken, Ph.D., is an internationally known psychologist, Israeli tour guide, and speaker who has given talks to Jewish audiences in more than 250 cities worldwide. She is also the author of eleven Judaica books, including To Be a Jewish Woman, Guide for the Romantically Perplexed, The Art of Jewish Prayer, and The Baal Teshuva Survival Guide.
Author Rivka Segal
Number of pages 464