Siddur Bayit The Believers Hebrew Prayer Companion

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In about CE, Anan ben David, a disgruntled Jew who had been passed over for the position of Jewish authority in the Diaspora, declared himself the ruler. He was sentenced to death for sedition by the reigning Muslim Kalif. His defense was that while he was the ruler of his faith, it was NOT Judaism. His faith practiced much like the Sadduccees and rejected all rabbinic authority.

Followers of his faith call themselves karaites. Their rebellious nature makes them good bedfellows with fringe groups or those against anything rabbinic, such as the Two House movement and the Sacred Name groups. In stark contrast, followers of Yeshua were considered a sect of Judaism in the first century CE. Food consistent with dietary law is said to be "kosher," meaning "fit," as in "fit to eat.

Food prepared in accord with kashrut laws are given a hechsher seal. In order to receive hechsher, a mashgiach must supervise the preparation. Hecsher seals often use letters to indicate many aspects of the product, such as the type Meat, Dairy, Pareve , whether it is kosher for Pesach no chametz as well as its origin or age i. The small, flat, round head covering worn by men. This skull cap is called a yarmulke, in Yiddish. The evening prayer service. The prayer services were implemented to mirror the morning and afternoon sacrifices G-d commanded, after the Temple was destroyed and those could no longer be done.

Our prayers are our sacrifices until a time when we can physically bring our offerings to HaShem. The last three verses of the Torah portion. These are separated from the other seven sections and given their own title — maftir. Special honor is given the person who reads the maftir portion, because they then get to read the haftarah portion, as well. This character appears only once in Tanakh, visiting Abraham after he rescues Lot.

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David and Messiah are both members of the Melchizedekian priesthood. The Greek word, Christos where we get Christ , is a made-up word to try to communicate the idea of anointing something or someone. Unleavened bread. Plural is matzot. Traditionally each megillah is read on specific holidays. Plural would be melachim. An assembly of scribes, sages and prophets, listed in the Mishnah, who lived after the Babylonian galut until the destruction of Bayit Sheni. These men are attributed with establishing the canon of Scripture, dividing the study of Mishnah into Midrash, Halachot and Aggadot, introduction of the Feast of Purim, and institution of the Shemoneh Esrei.

It is traditional to touch the mezuzah with the first two fingers of your right hand, and kiss your fingers, as you enter the room or house. The afternoon prayer service. Literally "custom.

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Here are some examples:. The appointed times. This word is used in Leviticus 23, when G-d tells us about all of His holidays — and the Sabbath. There are 12 minor prophets, known as the Trei Asar. The name given to followers of Yeshua haNotzri, Yeshua of Nazareth. This would the equivalent of Nazarenes, in English. The World to Come. This is the destination for all who have joined themselves to Israel and put their faith in Messiah. This World. We use it most often to refer to the meal we have after our Shabbat prayer service, at around noon.

The portion of the Torah we read each week. There are 54, thus allowing us to read the entire Torah every year.

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All of Judaism is reading the exact same parasha as we are each week — this brings unity! Plural is parshiot. Pardes is also the Hebrew word for orchard, so this is sometimes how we refer to it.

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Pardes is a concept of understanding Scripture, and of digging deeper to find more truths below the surface. Drash, as seen above, is a teaching on or expounding of the text, for learning purposes. Sod is the mystical, secret meanings hidden deep within the wording and value of what is written. This is the first of the Biblical festivals besides Shabbat outlined in Leviticus We are commanded to remember the exodus from Egypt, and not eat chametz leaven or have any in our homes.

The title means "Sayings of the Fathers" or "Ethics of the Fathers. It is traditional to read one chapter each Shabbat during the Counting of the Omer. His name, like many Sages, is an acronym. One of his greatest works is Mishneh Torah, a codification of Jewish Law. His 13 Principles of the Faith are read each morning from the Siddur. His writings about Greek philosophy Guide to the Perplexed influenced some of his Biblical commentary. He is not to be confused with another great Sage, Ramban. He comments on the standard writings of Rashi and Rambam on nearly every verse.

Siddur Bayit The Believers Hebrew Prayer Companion

He wrote a letter to his son to inspire him to act with humility. He instructed his son to read the letter once every week and to teach his children as well, so that they might learn it by heart, in order to train them in their youth to fear G-d. Ramban was a strong proponent of miracles, creation ex nihilo , and the omniscience of G-d. During the disputations between the Jews and the Church, Ramban was called on to debate an apostate Jew named Pablo Christiani. The debate lasted four days covering three topics: 1 Has Messiah appeared?

Ramban won. The first person to write line-by-line commentary of the Torah and then the entire Tanakh. His grandsons are the first of the Tosafot. Literally First Ones. Sages living from CE to CE. Some famous Rishonim include Rashi , Rambam and Ramban. Traditionally, we celebrate the beginning of each new month on the Hebraic calendar. They all begin with the first sliver of the new moon, and there are special blessings associated with that first day of each month.

The Shabbatot surrounding Rosh Chodesh have distinctive titles and readings. It is traditional to eat apples and honey for a sweet new year and fish with the head on it because of the literal meaning of the Hebrew. Rosh Hashanah is a Yom Tov like a Shabbat.

The Great Sanhedrin was the supreme court of Israel and had 71 judges. From the Hebrew Sepharad which means Spain. The community of Jews which flourished in Spain and Portugal who emigrated from Babylon via southern routes controlled by Muslims. A word used in prayers and Psalms that may have musical intent but is intended to cause the reader to pause and reflect on the previous text.

Literally "order, arrangement. See Hagaddah.

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Plural is Shabbatot. We are commanded to rest, do no work, refrain from buying or selling and kindling a fire, and not travel from our place. Shabbat is the Sephardi pronunciation of the word; Ashkenazi would be Shabbos. The morning prayer service. We also say it after extinguishing our Havdalah candle.

This day commemorates the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai.

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It is traditional to stay up all night and study Torah, as well as read the book of Ruth. A kosher method of slaughter performed by a shochet which is as painless as possible, and affords the greatest amount of blood to be removed, as we are commanded not to eat blood. Literally "who has kept us alive. Literally "sent one. This is the Hebrew equivalent of "Apostle" in the English Bible. Called Exodus in English Bibles.