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I want to be able to say a perek (or a few perakim) of Tehillim to daven for a general bracha for a friend. Not anything specific, just that Hashem answer their requests and generally bless them.

What should I recite?

  • If you're looking to say one paragraph, then chapter 119 is the longest, so most Torah study points. – Double AA Sep 13 '17 at 2:12
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I'm uncertain where I heard this, but Tehillim 20 seems to be an excellent choice. The main reason being verse 6 which ends with

ימלא ה כל משאלותיך

May G-d fill all your requests

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