Psalms of Moshe: 93:1: Divrei Shmuel
“God will have reigned, He will have donned grandeur.” When a person accepts the Yoke of Heaven to the point of being willing to give his entire spirtual being to God; he creates a Holy Garment so to speak, in which God robes Himself as He sits on His Throne.
If you take the first letter of each Hebrew word of, “Shema Yisrael Hashem Elokeinu, Hashem Echad,” “Shin” = 300, “Yud” = 10, “Yud” = 10, “Aleph” = 1, “Yud” = 10, “Aleph” = 1, the total is 332, which is the gematria of “Lavesh”: “Lamed” = 30, “Vet” = 2, and “Shin” = 300. This is to remind us that if we recite the Shema with proper Kavanah to accept the Yoke of Heaven and to love God with our entire Soul, we create a “Levush,” a garment for God. Divrei Shmuel – Rabbi Shmuel Weinberg of Slonim
Psalm of the Day – Friday: We enter Shabbat having transformed all our actions into Royal Garments for God.
Kabbalat Shabbat: Our Shabbat clothes reflect the Beautiful Garments we made for God with our acceptance of Shabbat as an expression of our acceptance of the Yoke of Heaven and as an expression of the deep love of our entire soul – with Neshama Yeteirah – for God.
Shabbat Pesukei d’Zimrah: We express our intention that all our Shabbat prayers form beautiful Garments for God.