Dovid was always able to tell when it was midnight... there was a harp suspended above his bed and when midnight arrived a north wind would stimulate the harp to play by itself. Upon hearing the music, Dovid would immediately rise and busy himself with Torah until day would break. (Berachos 3b) That music was composed in heaven, it was unlike any other. It penetrated to Dovid's heart and inspired him to find Tehillim there, deep within himself. This book explores the differences between the Dovid of Shmuel and the Dovid of Tehillim.
|Author||Moshe M. Eisemann,|
|Dimensions||5.5" x 8.5"|