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I'm trying to write a master list of all tehillim to read for various segulot, excluding shimusha tehillim. I've compiled the following, but I'm curious if there are any more: (also I can't figure out to make footnotes without links so I can cite the sources):

  • An intimate plea for Hashem's guidance - 16, 19, 139;

  • Shidduch - 32, 38, 70, 71, 72, 82, 121, 124;

  • On the day of a wedding - 19 (per Chabad, the kallah recites all tehillim)(per Ashkenaz, 128 under chuppah);

  • For barren woman - 102, 103;

  • For healthy childbirth - 4, 5, 20, 35, 57, 93, 108, 142;

  • For a woman in difficult labor - 100;

  • Upon the birth of a child - 20, 139;

  • On the day of a bris mila - 12;

  • For one's success learning Torah - 119;

  • Corresponding to age - if 13, one says 14;

  • For rain - 17, 25, 32, 86, 103, 105, 108, 120, 121, 123, 124, 130, 136, followed by a special Yehi Ratzon;

  • For livelihood - 23, 24, 36, 62, 65, 85, 104, 121, 136, 144, 145;

  • For peace - 46;

  • Shalom Bayis - Spell out שלום הבית with 119 everyday;

  • For success - 57, 112, 122;

  • At the dedication of a monument - 1

  • For parnassa - Any three chapters of Tehillim, specifically after davening;

  • Eliminate sleep - Shir Hamalos (120-134);

  • When traveling on a journey - 91;

  • Against haters - 71;

  • Antidote for rejoicing at an enemies downfall - 7;

  • Protection against ayin hara - 59;

  • Weapon against yetzer hara - reciting sefer tehillim three times in one day;

  • The ability to walk away from anger, or evil talk - entire 150 tehillim;

  • For the Jewish people - 43, 79, 80, 83, 130, 142;

  • Victory - 12;

  • For gratitude/thanksgiving - 9, 21, 57, 95, 100, 116, 138;

  • Thanksgiving for a miracle - 18;

  • Thanksgiving for being rescued - 124;

  • For release of prisoners - 142;

  • For supernatural results - 121, 130, or 142;

  • All ailments (including acute depression) and difficult situations in a person's life - 16, 32, 41, 42, 59, 77, 90, 105, 137, 150;

  • For recovery from illness - 6, 13, 20, 22, 23, 30, 32, 38, 41, 51, 86, 88, 91, 102, 103, 121, 130, 142, 143 (spell out name from 119);

  • In a house of mourning - 49;

  • At a graveside or Yahrtzeit - 16, 17, 33, 72, 91, 104, 130 (spell out name from 119);

  • In times of crises - 20, 121, 130;

  • For help in troublesome times - [16], 21, [25], [26], 38, [54], [81], 85, 86, [87], 102, 130, 142;

  • Rescue from enemies - 125 seven times;

  • For a dybbuk - at least 91 or 10, 91, 127 and the patient recites 20, 90, and Ana B’koach;

  • When Eretz Yisrael is in danger - 83, 130, 142;

  • For harsh decrees, that the nations decree on Yisrael - 62;

  • To awaken the merits of our ancestors - 16;

  • Tikun HaKlalit - 16, 32, 41, 42, 59, 77, 90, 105, 137, 150;

  • Atonement from sins - 150 twice;

  • For repentence - 51 and/or 90;

  • Sweeten harsh judgments - 39, 77;

  • For a favorable judgment - 7, 35, 93;

  • Like a fast - reciting Sefer Tehillim 3 times in one day;

  • Keeping out of Gehinnom - 25;

  • To rectify all personal flaws and will be guaranteed a place in Olam HaBo - memorize the entire Tehillim;

  • To be worthy of Olam HaBo - recite the entire Tehillim daily;

  • Beis Olam - 16, 17, 28, 33, 34, 4th book, 91, 104, 111, 112, 119-38, 145-50.

I left out the tehillim schedules and the tehillim for specific days. Am I missing anything? I have sources but I can't figure out footnotes without links.

closed as too broad by Isaac Moses Oct 31 at 13:17

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  • Why can't you copy sources without links? – sam May 9 at 1:56
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    What's the source code for footnotes or endnotes? – Kfir Shlomo May 9 at 1:59
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    Segulah for learning a book in Tanakh: 1-150 – Double AA May 9 at 2:58
  • It should be noted that different communities have rather significant variations in which tehillim should be recited for which purpose. – Josh K May 9 at 3:22
  • I have copious footnotes explaining that. – Kfir Shlomo May 9 at 3:23

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