AMIDAH PRAYER IN HEBREW PDF

If one is unable to stand such as in a car or perhaps ill, you may sit. The rabbis add that this pose mirrors the vision of angels that Ezekiel had in which the feet of the angels appeared as one Ezekiel Because all prayers head tours the Temple Mount and then rise up. In many synagogues in the west, the ark is on the eastern wall of the synagogue for this reason. Remain standing with the feet together while reciting Shemoneh Esrei. It should be recited with quiet devotion and without interruption.

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If one is unable to stand such as in a car or perhaps ill, you may sit. The rabbis add that this pose mirrors the vision of angels that Ezekiel had in which the feet of the angels appeared as one Ezekiel Because all prayers head tours the Temple Mount and then rise up. In many synagogues in the west, the ark is on the eastern wall of the synagogue for this reason. Remain standing with the feet together while reciting Shemoneh Esrei. It should be recited with quiet devotion and without interruption.

O king, helper, savior and shield. Who is like You, O doer of mighty acts? Who resembles You, a king who puts to death and restores to life, and causes salvation to flourish? And You are certain to revive the dead.

Blessed are You, O Lord, who revives the dead. Your praise, O our God, shall never depart from our mouth, for You are a great and holy God and King. Blessed are You, O Lord, the holy God. You are holy, and Your name is holy, and holy beings praise You daily. O favor us with the knowledge, the understanding and the insight that come from You.

Blessed are You, O Lord, the gracious giver of knowledge. Blessed are You, O Lord, who delights in repentance. Blessed are You, O Lord, who is merciful and always ready to forgive. Blessed are You, O Lord, the redeemer of Israel. Blessed are You, O Lord, the healer of the sick of his people Israel.

Bestow [from the 15th of Nissan insert:] dew and rain for a blessing upon the face of the earth. O satisfy us with Your goodness, and bless our year like the best of years. Blessed are You, O Lord, who blesses the years. Blessed are You, O Lord, who gathers the dispersed of his people Israel. Reign over us, You alone, O Lord, with lovingkindness and compassion, and clear us in judgment.

Blessed are You, O Lord, the King who loves righteousness and justice. May all Your enemies quickly be cut down, and may You soon in our day uproot, crush, cast down and humble the dominion of arrogance. Blessed are You, O Lord, who smashes enemies and humbles the arrogant. Grant a good reward to all who truly trust in Your name.

Set our lot with them forever so that we may never be put to shame, for we have put our trust in You. Blessed are You, O Lord, the support and stay of the righteous. Rebuild it soon in our day as an eternal structure, and quickly set up in it the throne of David. Blessed are You, O Lord, who rebuilds Jerusalem. Blessed are You, O Lord, who causes salvation to flourish.

Accept our prayer in mercy and with favor, for You are a God who hears prayers and supplications. O our King, do not turn us away from Your presence empty-handed, for You hear the prayers of Your people Israel with compassion. Blessed are You, O Lord, who hears prayer.

Restore the service to the inner sanctuary of Your Temple, and receive in love and with favor both the fire-offerings of Israel and their prayers. May the worship of Your people Israel always be acceptable to You. And let our eyes behold Your return in mercy to Zion.

Blessed are You, O Lord, who restores his divine presence to Zion. Through every generation You have been the rock of our lives, the shield of our salvation.

We will give You thanks and declare Your praise for our lives that are committed into Your hands, for our souls that are entrusted to You, for Your miracles that are daily with us, and for Your wonders and Your benefits that are with us at all times, evening, morning and noon. O beneficent one, Your mercies never fail; O merciful one, Your loving kindnesses never cease. We have always put our hope in You. For all these acts may Your name be blessed and exalted continually, O our King, forever and ever.

Let every living thing give thanks to You and praise Your name in truth, O God, our salvation and our help. To those who curse me, let my soul be silent; and let my soul be like dust to everyone. Open my heart to Your Torah, then my soul will pursue Your commandments.

As for all those who design evil against me, speedily nullify their counsel and disrupt their design. That Your beloved ones may be given rest; let Your right hand save, and respond to me.

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Therefore, we pray facing the Messiah and He is facing and listening to us. You might note that the Messiah, YHVH, was born after the first temple was destroyed and before the destruction of the second temple. Therefore, these prayers were recited, in Hebrew, by the Messiah three times a day for most of his life here on the earth. The Orthodox Jews recite a form of these prayers, in Hebrew, three times a day. Although, I personally have not been checking on them. The following prayers are usually recited in the Hebrew language, but for those who are not familiar or fluent in that language, these English translated prayers of the AMIDAH are presented for your convenience. Who is like you, O Master of mighty deeds, and who is comparable to You, O King Who causes death and restores life and makes salvation come forth!

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Audio of the Amidah

Find a version of the Shabbat Amidah in Hebrew here , or consult a prayer book of your choice. Thus, every Amidah is divided into three central sections: praise, petitions and thanks. Originally, Jewish prayer was largely unstructured. Although the Rabbis eventually codified the format and themes of each of the blessings, it was initially left to the creativity of individual prayer leaders to generate the specific wording of the blessings. Individual communities in different countries began to settle on somewhat standard versions of the prayers over time. Today the variations between the traditional texts of the Amidah in different communities are fairly minor. Immediately before reciting the Amidah, the tradition developed of taking three steps backward and then forward again to symbolize entering into God presence.

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The Amidah

To be forgiven. To be redeemed from pain and strife. To be healed. Our produce should be good and plentiful. All Jews should be returned to Israel. The Jewish judges shall return to rule.

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What Is the Amidah?

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