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Tehillim Thought of the Day Psalm 62:9
8th of Shevat, January 15, 2008

"Trust in Him at all times, people; pour out your hearts before Him: G-D is a refuge for us, Selah (Psalm 62:9)."  The Malbim explains that this verse details the three advantages that "trust in G-D" has over "trust in others."   One cannot trust in another individual for all things at all times; trust is given sparingly and specifically.  A man may know to trust someone in good times, but go elsewhere when times are hard.  But G-D may be trusted at all times; He may be relied upon for all things.    Secondly, while we may trust another, we are cautious not to reveal all our secrets to that person.   Our self-interest dictates that we disclose only what is necessary to obtain assistance.  But with Hashem, we have the freedom to disclose all, to pour out our hearts before Him.  We can and should "let go and let G-D."    Thirdly, trusting in another human limits us to trusting for the moment.  Trusting in Hashem gives us a refuge, a place of safety for each moment and every circumstance.   In G-D we trust, and this trust continually cares, comforts, and cherishes us.

 Rachel Lerner, 2008 


Posted 1/17/2008 12:00 AM | Tell a Friend | Tehillim






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