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Rav Avigdor Miller on Tefillah

Rav Avigdor Miller on Tefillah

Astor, Yaakov

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Rav Miller can help you open the gates of tefillah!

Of all the many hashkafah topics that Rav Miller spoke about, the subject of tefillah was, without a doubt, one of his specialties. Tefillah offers so many opportunities for spiritual growth and for developing our relationship with Hashem, but Rav Miller would often bemoan the great misfortune of Jews who spend so much of their lives davening without ever internalizing the lessons or realizing the profundity of the words they say day after day.

Now Rabbi Yaakov Astor, editor of Rav Avigdor Miller on Emunah and Bitachon, Rav Avigdor Miller on Olam Haba, and Rav Avigdor Miller — His Life and His Revolution, has created another masterful work by collecting and adapting Rav Miller’s timeless words and thoughts on the critical topic of tefillah. Rav Miller’s practical, incisive approach never fails to inspire, and this book is sure to revitalize your understanding and appreciation of tefillah and breathe new life into your relationship with Hashem.

Author: Rabbi Yaakov Astor
Hardcover | 6" x 9" | 538 pages | ISBN 9781607633440

 

About the Author

Yaakov Astor has written, co-written, or edited more than thirty published books. His most recent books are Rav Avigdor Miller on Olam Haba, The Secret Life of Gershon Burd, and Nothing Bad Ever Happens (re-titled Run, Rachel, Run), which documents the amazing Holocaust story of his mother-in-law, Rachel Blum.

A former yeshiva teacher and principal, he was also the founding Editor-in-Chief of Zman Magazine and editor of Nehemiah and Trei Asar, Vol. 1, in the ArtScroll Tanach Series. He has published hundreds of articles over the years in Yated Ne’eman, Hamodia, Mishpacha, The Jewish Observer, and other publications.

He worked with Rabbi Joseph Elias, zt”l, on producing the Holocaust Curriculum for Zechor Yemos Olam (the Holocaust branch of Torah Umesorah) and then served as its Deputy Director, helping administer its online Holocaust course and leading annual tours to Poland.


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