Tehillim List

I know that closer to the time I won’t remember to ask, so I am asking now. They say that a bride and groom have a closer connection to G-d on their wedding day, so when the chattan and kallah say tehillim for specific people, I guess it’s more of a direct line.

 

So if you wish to have us daven for you on our special day please let us know your Hebrew name and your mothers Hebrew name, and whether it is for shidduchim, children,  health, general well being, parnassah etc.

 

You can comment here with your info, email me at hadassahsabo at gmail dot com, I am also on twitter and facebook under my name – you can DM me, @ me, FB message me…..and I say I am not a technogeek………

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  1. Helena says:

    Yes! Someone davened for me in Israel under the chupa and I met my husband 25 years ago, the day after their wedding. The couple was blessed with naches, and with all that life has good to offer because they offered to daven for people. Thanks for offering, I wish you all the same.

    I have everything I can ask for, but G-d’s blessings are always welcomed for abundance (Yael bat Shoshana). My son is a little lost and needs some guidance, it would be nice to see him stronger in study, faith, work, and career (Yosef alter ben Yael).

    I offer you my sincere wishes for happiness, love and health, and may all your dreams come true.

    HG

  2. hadassahsabo says:

    consider it done! what a lovely story about you meeting your husband!

  3. Helena says:

    Mazal Tov! I was so impressed by your willingness to daven for anybody that I forgot to say the most important thing-Mazal Tov!

  4. orieyenta says:

    Love that you are doing this. Remember my list? A shidduch for you was on it and here we are 3 months later and you’re getting married. I couldn’t be more happy for you.

  5. Batya says:

    Thanks, mazal tov,
    I just sent you my single kids’ names. If you don’t get the letter, please let me know, and I’ll send again.

    Tizki l’mitzvot!

  6. Pearl says:

    You gonna unroll a megillah of names on your wedding day?!
    Thank you for the lovely gesture.
    Please daven for Yaakov Arieh ben Chaya Malka. Also daven for Rachel Leah bat Perla.
    Thank you, from me and my family.

  7. treppenwitz says:

    I’ve been thinking about this since you posted it. Here are two suggestions:

    1. Arrange for a nice dinner in a restaurant for her and her husband. If they have kids, offer to have one of your boys babysit for the evening.

    2. Give her a gift certificate to a nice spa that allows her to pick the treatment(s) she would enjoy most (e.g. facial, massage, manicure, etc.). Again, offer to send one of your boys to babysit if she opts to go for her treatment in the evening.

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