Pasuk (Verse) Corresponding to One’s Name
Shalom aleichem Rabbi Lauffer. Thank you for answering my last question. In Rashi to Micha 6:9, he says that someone who says daily a pasuk that begins with the first letter of his name and ends with the last letter of his name, the Torah will save him from gehinnom.
If a person has two names, for example Chaim Yankel, would he say a verse with the first and last letters corresponding to the first and last letters of “Chaim,” “Yankel,” both, or would he say a verse starting with the Ches of Chaim and ending with the lamed of Yankel.