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Hallel: Rosh Chodesh Tevet Paragraphs Five & Six Print E-mail

i-Shine-Hallel-Chanukah-TevetIn this paragraph and the next, King David is expressing gratitude for deliverance. When he thought he was at death's door, he cried out to God. He expresses his gratitude through the medium of praise in the presence of an assembled congregation, and that what appears to be a private event, is inseparable from the life of the community. All the people share each other's joys and sorrows, and so, King David summons them to celebrate with him.


This is the theme of this paragraph of the Hallel, Psalm 116, as it is the theme of the Hanukkah Psalm # 30.

Both these Psalms were part of our liturgy even as the Babylonian hordes approached Jerusalem. Imagine how different the story would have been if only we had reconnected to King David's voice reminding us of the power of prayer, the impact of repentance, and the promise to express our gratitude to God upon salvation!

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