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Here's a more colloquial translation of what they're trying to accomplish: Some rely on their chariots, and some on their horses, but as for us? We call out in the name of God! (There is no double-we in the Hebrew, though the word nazkir is already conjugated as "we will call out", so the preceding word va-anachnu, "and we", gives it similar stress and ...


This question was once asked to Rav Yonatan Eybeschutz. He replied: We Jews only know of the major plots concocted to exterminate us; the non-Jews, however know how many additional plans of theirs were thwarted by G-d. Thus, at the end of days (as per Radak and general understanding), having been forced to recognize G-d's hand, they will praise Hashem 'for ...


The word "Torat" (the Torah OF) appears 3 times: 19:8 37:31 119:72 V'torah (AND the Torah) 78:5 B'Torat (IN the Torah of) 119:1 M'Torat'cha (FROM YOUR Torah) 119:51, 94:12, 119:150 Toratecha/Torat'cha (YOUR Torah) 119:53, 55, 70, 77, 92, 97, 136, 153, 163, 174 K'Toratech (according to your Torah) 119:85 (There might be search method changed)


78:5: וַיָּקֶם עֵדוּת בְּיַעֲקֹב וְתוֹרָה שָׂם בְּיִשְׂרָאֵל אֲשֶׁר צִוָּה אֶת אֲבוֹתֵינוּ לְהוֹדִיעָם לִבְנֵיהֶם A tip of my hat to Double AA, who mentioned this verse in a comment on the question. The word appears in other places in Psalms also, including a whole bunch of times in 119.


Radak explain this as a reference to yemos haMoshiah, when Am Israel will be redeemed and all nations will come to recognize Hashem. This would explain why the other nations will praise G-d from what He will have done for us. See Isaiah in 2:3-4 and Micah 4:2-3.


Perhaps this is close to what you are looking for... DETAILS Published by the World Wide Tehillim Club an all-new Illustrated Family Tehillim has just been released. For the first time ever, each perek of Tehillim is prefaced by a short paragraph consisting of a core message, background ...

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