Through an analysis of Tehillim Perek 19, Rabbi David explores man’s struggle to emulate nature’s service of God.
In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Avishai David analyzes the first perek of Tehillim, which contrasts the personality of a Tzaddik with that of a Rasha.
Rabbi David analyzes the second perek of Tehillim.
In this class, Rabbi David discusses Tehillim Perek 142.
In his analysis of Tehillim Perek 20, Rabbi Avishai David reveals the development of bakasha (requests) into yeshua (salvation).
In this class on Tehillim Perek 91, Rabbi Avishai David provides a deeper look at the relationship between the “boteach”, one who trusts in G-d, and the Almighty.
In continuing with the theme of trust, Rabbi Avishai David discusses Tehillim Perek 121, which describes the ascent of closeness between Hashem and the “boteach”, one who trusts in Him.
In his discussion Tehillim Perek 126, Rabbi Avishai David presents an exploration of Am Yisrael’s descent into Galus and their subsequent redemption
Rabbi Avishai David discusses Tehillim Perek 137, and presents a vivid description of the Churban and our yearning for Yerushalayim.
Rabbi Avishai David discusses Tehillim Perek 48 and how Yerushalayim is a merger of Kedusha and Malchus.
Rabbi Avishai David provides a deeper understanding of Tehillim perek 30: Our need to cling to Hashem even in times of hardship.
In the first class of his Tehillim series, Rabbi David analyzes Tehillim, Perek 130: Shir Hamaalos Mimaamakim.