King David

Tetzaveh: The Crown of a Good Name

Feb 28, 2023Comments off

 “And you shall put the mitznefet (type of hat) on his head and you shall place the holy tiara on the mitznefet.” The holy tiara

The First Candle: Of Tzadikim and of Heroes

Dec 13, 2022Comments off

Translated from Rabbi Ginsburgh's book on Chanukah, Hanerot Hallalu The Chanukah Candles’ Light and Warmth We begin our 8-day-long journey into the secrets of Chanukah

Q&A: Bad Dream

Nov 23, 2022Comments off

Q: I had a bad dream about something terrible happening to my baby. I am terrified. Please help. A: As our Sages say, "Chalomot shav

The Prayer that Paved the Way to Kingdom

Aug 24, 2021Comments off

Saul was obsessed with killing his son-in-law David. Thus, he headed an elite unit of 3000 soldiers both larger and more professional than David’s small

Orders of the Triple Torah

May 12, 2021Comments off

From Rosh Chodesh Sivan, the third month of the Jewish year, we begin to prepare ourselves to receive the “three-faceted Torah” as it is described

Which is better: Paradise or Redemption?

Sep 09, 2020Comments off

From the first day of Elul, we recite chapter 27 in Psalms twice a day, after the morning and afternoon prayers (according to some customs,

The Needle in the Nose: Evil Kings and Mess...

Nov 06, 2017Comments off

Hang onto your seats as you watch Rabbi Ginsburgh's lecture on the evil kings of the past, their incarnations, rectifications, correlation to the light of

Right and Left – Parashat Vayera

Nov 03, 2017Comments off

Abraham constantly advanced from intellect to faith until the surprising climax at the Binding of Isaac Parashat Vayera is the second Torah portion that deals

What to Pray For

Jun 09, 2011No Comments

Bat Sheva prayed that her son, Solomon, be wise and fitting for prophecy. David's other wives prayed that their sons be fitting to rule. King

"This is He": The Outside and Inside of Kin...

May 24, 2011No Comments

The description of David, "reddish with beautiful eyes" ("אַדְמוֹנִי עִם יְפֵה עֵינַיִם") equals "kingdom" (malchut, מלכות, 496). That's what it takes to be a king