Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Gods Kindness

"I trusted in your kindliness." — Pesukei Dzmira (Traditional Morning Prayer)

Instead of saying "I trusted in you," it is said, "I trusted in your kindliness," because the knowledge of His kindliness is just as important as knowledge of Him.

One who believes in Him but does not understand that He is infinitely kindly is actually believing in someone else, for his concept of G-d is entirely incorrect. — 

Rabbi Avigdor Miller
(Famous 20th Century Ultra-Orthodox Rabbi)

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