“The soul of every living being shall bless Your Name, Elohim our God, the spirit of all flesh shall always glorify and exalt Your remembrance, our King. From this world to the World to Come, You are God, and other than You we have no king, redeemer, or savior. He who liberates, rescues and sustains, answers and is merciful in every time of distress and anguish, we have no king, helper or supporter but You!”
Category: Siddur and Prayers
These are articles that enhance faith using Judaism and Jewish faith.
Aaronic Blessing – Priestly Blessing
This blessing was spoken to put the memorial name of God on His people: Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh, yod-hey-vav-hey. Adonai is the ‘name’ used today because the verbally spoken memorial name given to Moshe has been lost.
Blessing for Bread – Challah
Challah is the special braided bread that is eaten on the Sabbath. Challah is derived from the small piece that is pulled off the bread and given to the priests. Challah has its root meaning in ‘bride.’
Blessing for the Wine – Kiddush
When our family celebrates the holy days, we always include the words of Yeshua because he is central to all of the ‘appointed times’ of God.