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Rabbi David Sperling

Tishrei 16, 5782
How do you say thank you to someone who is saying tehillim for you? thank you
Shalom, Thank you for your question. While I am not entirely clear as to exactly what it is you are asking – let me try to answer as follows. As with any good deed that someone does for us, it is polite to express gratitude. Usually we do this through words – either spoken or written. “That you so much for your help” or words to that effect. When someone is saying tehillim for us, it is also polite to keep them informed as to the ongoing need for their prayers. So, if you were sick, but are now better, it would be a good thing to let them know that their prayers helped, and you do not need them to continue saying them for you in the future. I hope this is of some help to you. Blessings.
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