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Siddur Shema Yisrael

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A user-friendly siddur, by the same author as Tiku Shofar, for children ages 8 through 13, junior congregations and family services. Illustrated with 2-color pages and gender-free translations, it features discussion starters, stories, thoughts and questions. Also an excellent sourcebook for teachers and families.

Siddur of Orthodox Judaism

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 24. Chapters: Binding of Isaac, Amidah, Korban, Shema Yisrael, Tachanun, Song of the sea, Ein Keloheinu, Ahava rabbah, Psalm 150, Shir shel yom, Ashrei, Yotzer ohr, Songs of thanksgiving, Psalm 100, Yishtabach, Birkot hashachar, Kedushah, Yehi kevod, Psalm 30, Vayivarech David, Uva letzion, Psalm 20, Barukh she'amar, Hallel, Atah Hu Adonai L'Vadecha, Baruch Adonai L'Olam, Psalm 146, Psalm 148, Psalm 147, Psalm 149. Excerpt: The Amidah (Hebrew:, Tefilat HaAmidah "The Standing Prayer"), also called the Shmoneh Esreh (, Shmoneh Esreh "The Eighteen," in reference to the original number of constituent blessings), is the central prayer of the Jewish liturgy. This prayer, among others, is found in the siddur, the traditional Jewish prayer book. As Judaism's prayer par excellence, the Amidah is often designated simply as tefila (, "prayer") in Rabbinic literature. Observant Jews recite the Amidah at each of three prayer services in a typical weekday: morning, afternoon, and evening. A special abbreviated Amidah is also the core of the Mussaf ("Additional") service that is recited on Shabbat (the Jewish Sabbath), Rosh Chodesh (the day of the New Moon), and Jewish festivals, after the morning Torah reading, with various forms of the Amidah that depend on the occasion. The typical weekday Amidah actually consists of nineteen blessings, though it originally had eighteen; when the Amidah is modified for specific prayers or occasions, the first three blessings and the last three remain constant, framing the Amidah used in each service, while the middle thirteen blessings are replaced by blessings specific to the occasion. The language of the Amidah most likely dates from the mishnaic period, both before and after the destruction of the Temple (70 CE) at which time it was considered unnecessary to prescribe its text a...

Sidur tefilot Yisrael The Hirsch Siddur

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The Weekday Siddur

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Jewish Prayer Books

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Commentary (books not included). Pages: 39. Chapters: Hebrew words and phrases in Jewish prayers and blessings, Siddur, Siddur by publication, Kaddish, Aleinu, Amidah, List of Jewish prayers and blessings, Shema Yisrael, Tachanun, Hallelujah, Union Prayer Book, Siddur Sim Shalom, Ein Keloheinu, Mishkan T'filah, Birchon, Machzor, Minhag America, Philip Birnbaum, Ahava rabbah, Koren Siddur, Gates of Prayer, Shir shel yom, Tkhine, Ashrei, Yotzer ohr, Nuremberg Mahzor, Eugene Kohn, Yishtabach, Birkot hashachar, The Transliterated Siddur, Kedushah, Yehi kevod, Rinat Yisrael, Vayivarech David, Uva letzion, Barukh she'amar, Siddur Lev Yisrael, Braginsky Collection, Atah Hu Adonai L'Vadecha, Siddur of Saadia Gaon, Tehillat HaShem, Baruch Adonai L'Olam. Excerpt: The Amidah (Hebrew:, Tefilat HaAmidah "The Standing Prayer"), also called the Shmoneh Esreh (, Shmoneh Esreh "The Eighteen," in reference to the original number of constituent blessings), is the central prayer of the Jewish liturgy. These prayer, among other, is found in the siddur, the traditional Jewish prayer book. As Judaism's prayer par excellence, the Amidah is often designated simply as tefila (, "prayer") in Rabbinic literature. Observant Jews recite the Amidah at each of three prayer services in a typical weekday: morning, afternoon, and evening. A special abbreviated Amidah is also the core of the Mussaf ("Additional") service that is recited on Shabbat (the Jewish Sabbath), Rosh Chodesh (the day of the New Moon), and Jewish festivals, after the morning Torah reading, with various forms of the Amidah that depend on the occasion. The typical weekday Amidah actually consists of nineteen blessings, though it originally had eighteen; when the Amidah is modified for specific prayers or occasions, the first three blessings and the...

Library of Congress Subject Headings in Jewish Studies K Z free floating subdivisions

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El Hi Textbooks Serials in Print 2000

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Service of the Heart

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Index to Jewish Periodicals

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An author and subject index to selected and American Anglo-Jewish journals of general and scholarly interests.

Jewish Prayer Books

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Commentary (books not included). Pages: 39. Chapters: Hebrew words and phrases in Jewish prayers and blessings, Siddur, Siddur by publication, Kaddish, Aleinu, Amidah, List of Jewish prayers and blessings, Shema Yisrael, Tachanun, Hallelujah, Union Prayer Book, Siddur Sim Shalom, Ein Keloheinu, Mishkan T'filah, Birchon, Machzor, Minhag America, Philip Birnbaum, Ahava rabbah, Koren Siddur, Gates of Prayer, Shir shel yom, Tkhine, Ashrei, Yotzer ohr, Nuremberg Mahzor, Eugene Kohn, Yishtabach, Birkot hashachar, The Transliterated Siddur, Kedushah, Yehi kevod, Rinat Yisrael, Vayivarech David, Uva letzion, Barukh she'amar, Siddur Lev Yisrael, Braginsky Collection, Atah Hu Adonai L'Vadecha, Siddur of Saadia Gaon, Tehillat HaShem, Baruch Adonai L'Olam. Excerpt: The Amidah (Hebrew:, Tefilat HaAmidah "The Standing Prayer"), also called the Shmoneh Esreh (, Shmoneh Esreh "The Eighteen," in reference to the original number of constituent blessings), is the central prayer of the Jewish liturgy. These prayer, among other, is found in the siddur, the traditional Jewish prayer book. As Judaism's prayer par excellence, the Amidah is often designated simply as tefila (, "prayer") in Rabbinic literature. Observant Jews recite the Amidah at each of three prayer services in a typical weekday: morning, afternoon, and evening. A special abbreviated Amidah is also the core of the Mussaf ("Additional") service that is recited on Shabbat (the Jewish Sabbath), Rosh Chodesh (the day of the New Moon), and Jewish festivals, after the morning Torah reading, with various forms of the Amidah that depend on the occasion. The typical weekday Amidah actually consists of nineteen blessings, though it originally had eighteen; when the Amidah is modified for specific prayers or occasions, the first three blessings and the last three remain constant...

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Morning Blessings with Keriat Shem Birkhot Im Keriat Shema Hashahar Bilingual Hebrew English Interlinear Transliteration Translated Ben Israel Inc

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Birkhot Hashahar are a series of blessings that are recited at the beginning of Jewish morning services. The blessings represent thanks to G-d for a renewal of the day. The order of the blessings is not defined by Halakha and may vary in a Siddur, but it is generally based on the order of activities customary upon arising. The purpose of all the blessings we say is to intensify our awareness of Hashem's presence in every aspect of our lives. When saying "Blessed are You," we therefore visualize in our mind as if we are actually speaking directly to the Infinite One. Clearly, the words "Blessed are You" indicate this. This book is geared for individuals who need to understand the text from Hebrew to English and pronouncing Hebrew words. The utilization of this booklet enables any person who does not understand Hebrew the proper concentration and meaning when they are praying. With the usage of this booklet hopefully people will be more successful in having their prayers answered. The text was developed in a way to produce a rhythmic flow, while allowing the reader to pronounce each letter, word and vowel with great ease in your native language.

The Encyclopedia of Jewish Prayer

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Fifteen years in the making, The Encyclopedia of Jewish Prayer is a monumental achievement. Never before has such a comprehensive resource been available to those searching for answers to questions on Jewish prayer. Macy Nulman has provided, in one unique, accessible volume, information on each and every prayer recited in the Ashkenazic and Sephardic traditions, creating an invaluable tool for study or quick reference. Prayer books are essentially cumulative anthologies that evolved over time as new prayers were added. Study of these prayers reveals insights into the history of Judaism, providing a deeper appreciation of the heritage that has sustained the Jewish people throughout the centuries. This volume, through its encyclopedic format, makes such a study easy and enjoyable. Arranged alphabetically by prayer, the encyclopedia entries include extensive liturgical information on the prayers, their composers and development, the laws and customs surrounding them, and their place in the service. All prayers, including not only prayers recited in the synagogue, but also the Grace After Meals and the prayers to be said before going to bed, prayers for special occasions such as weddings and circumcisions, prayers for the funeral ritual and for private devotion, are featured. The entries make extensive use of cross-referencing and bibliographical information to facilitate further study. In addition, the author discusses the many poetic insertions, known as piyyutim, recited on special Sabbaths, Holy Days, and festivals. Concise and easy to consult, The Encyclopedia of Jewish Prayer contains several indexes: two title indexes - one in Hebrew and one in transliteration - as well as an index of biblical verses and a name index. Additionally, a glossary defining technical terms and vocabulary associated with the prayers is provided. This important, one-of-a-kind reference volume is ideal for scholars, students, and others who want to know more about Jewish tradition.

Understanding the Siddur

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Responsa of Modern Judaism

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Teaching the Siddur

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Siddur

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 111. Chapters: Hallel, Jewish blessings, Maariv, Mincha, Mussaf, Pesukei Dezimra, Shabbat prayers, Shacharit, Shacharit for Shabbat and Yom Tov, Siddur by publication, Siddur of Orthodox Judaism, Passover, Sukkot, Kaddish, Binding of Isaac, Aleinu, Passover Seder, Shemini Atzeret, Amidah, Korban, Haftarah, List of Jewish prayers and blessings, Shema Yisrael, Torah reading, Shavuot, Birkat Hachama, Kiddush, Priestly Blessing, Simchat Torah, Berakhah, Birkat Hamazon, Tachanun, Song of the sea, Psalm 19, Yom Ha'atzmaut, Jerusalem Day, Yom Tov Torah readings, Rosh Chodesh, Hoshana Rabbah, Hallelujah, Union Prayer Book, Bendigamos, Siddur Sim Shalom, Ein Keloheinu, Av HaRachamim, Mishkan T'filah, Havdalah, Psalm 91, Minhag America, Shehecheyanu, Asher yatzar, Ahava rabbah, Koren Siddur, Nishmat, Gates of Prayer, Psalm 150, Shir shel yom, Ashrei, Yotzer ohr, Anim Zemirot, Chol HaMoed, Ma Tovu, Songs of thanksgiving, Emet Vayatziv, Psalm 100, Yishtabach, Birkot hashachar, Shochen Ad, Shabbat candles, The Transliterated Siddur, Kedushah, Tzidkatcha, Yehi kevod, Ikar v'tafel, Kiddush levana, Rinat Yisrael, Psalm 30, Psalm 118, Vayivarech David, Uva letzion, Toch k'dei dibur, Psalm 20, Barukh she'amar, Psalm 92, Ahavat Olam, Live until 120, Shalom Rav, Siddur Lev Yisrael, Maariv Aravim, Psalm 33, Atah Hu Adonai L'Vadecha, Hashkiveinu, Psalm 136, Psalm 117, Psalm 113, Tehillat HaShem, Baruch Adonai L'Olam, Emet V'Emunah, Psalm 135, Psalm 90, Psalm 115, Psalm 93, Psalm 146, Psalm 34, Psalm 148, Psalm 147, Psalm 116, Psalm 114, Psalm 149. Excerpt: The Amidah (Hebrew:, Tefilat HaAmidah "The Standing Prayer"), also called the Shmoneh Esreh (, Shmoneh Esreh "The Eighteen," in reference to the original number of constituent blessings), is the central prayer of the Jewish liturgy. This prayer, among others, is found in the si...

Torat Eretz Yisrael

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The Jewish World Family Haggadah

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Compelling captioned photographs of Jewish communities around the world complement a modern retelling of the story of the Jewish people's escape from Egypt, along with a selection of prayers and traditions for every Jewish family. Original.