Path of the Pen

Path of the Pen



You are not alone

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.The collection tells about all kinds of Jewish prayer, its application in the Jewish tradition, with examples, parables and informative stories.

You can not live without prayer.
Reasonable person turns to God, but a fool to the idol or your patron. But "Cursed be the man who relies on a man and makes flesh his support, and turns away from God in his heart ... Blessed is the man who relies on God, and whose support will be God "(Irmiya1u 17:5,7).

Prayer is called the work of the heart (עבודת הלב), because the heart is sending a team to reason that we could put into words our emotional and physical perezhivaniya.Takim, we bind ourselves tems who to call: the child to the mother or the father, to each other, the slave the master, dying a savior. But since we are all subject to the same Creator, therefore, in the end, all that made our hearts, gets to him. He said: "In distress you called, and I saved you" (TeIilim 80:8).

He tells you: "I am with you, remember that, and keep our union!"

Rests on three bases world: the Torah, to the service and mercy. The ministry is prayer, as it says: "It's disgusting Almighty victim villains, but prayers of the righteous wills"

(Proverbs 5:8, 7).

In Russian, there are borrowings from Hebrew. For example, words such as to know, tell, unknown, visit, etc., derivatives

from "Yodea» (יודעה) know and from "Daat» (דעת) knowledge.

Prayer in Hebrew Tefillah (תפילה). This word is derived from the verb leitpalel (להתפלל), which means to pray, and the verb lemalel (למלל) translated from Hebrew as saying, express. Here another related root prayed that means praying or judge. It is written, "Mi emalel Gevurot Hashem who tells you about the greatness of Hashem!" (Pirkei de rabiEliezer, gl.Z). And in Aramaic small il (מליל) said. "Umalil Hashem Moshe them ..." And Hashem spoke to Moshe ... (Exodus 6:2, trans. Unkelosa). In Russian, the word "praying" transformed to "beg", asking begging.

Midrash Tanhuma divides into several kinds of prayer (Tanchuma "Vaethanan" 3).

Tehina (תחיבה), tahanun prayer, repentance, with this prayer we pray to fulfill our desire and regret their misdeeds, for there was no longer with us, and error-free. So Moshe Rabbeinu asked vaethanan, Almighty forgive and to open his way to the Holy Land (Devarim 3:23).
CEAC (צעקה) prayer-cry, plaintive cry, like "Teru" which publishes the shofar on Rosh Hashanah Eeyore, "Oh-oh-oh! Oh-oh-oh! Oh-oh-oh! "

Zeaka (זעקה) prayer-call to hear the "heaven" all that comes from the mind and heart.

Bahia (בכיה) prayer, crying. When Hezekiah became ill, the king in Jerusalem, and the prophet came IeshiyaIu told him that he would die. Then Hezekiah turned to face the wall of the Temple and wept bitterly, "I pray to You, Gd, remember now that I have walked before thee is true with all my heart and do what you want."

And Gd said to him: "Thus says the Lord, the God of David thy father, I have heard thy prayer, I have seen your tears. Behold, I will heal thee: on the third day thou goest to the house of the Lord (in the temple). And I will add unto thy days fifteen years, and I will deliver you and this city (Yerushalayim) from the hand of the king Ashshurskogo, and I will defend this city for my own sake and for the sake of David my servant "(Melachim 2,20:2-6).

There are prayer Rena (רבבה) molitvalikovanie, festive prayer, the prayer of his father, who begat a son, who had returned from exile, the prayer, the prayer of a man who pleased her life. And even under the blow of fate people "... pray to God, and He will manifest mercy, and see delight on the face, and return it to its correctness"

(Job 33:26).

According Rambanu, true prayer is born of loneliness, feelings of helplessness and dependence. Who prays to God? Righteous, miserable, servile, and sanctify His Name in prayer they reach the maximum effect (30hap, Bolak).

King David prayed: "Lift up your eyes to the heights from whence cometh my help?". "In misfortune I called, and he answered me" (TeIilim 120-121).

And we will respond when we turn with hope and a sincere request.

Prayer is always a dialogue, a conversation, which can be quiet, and can manifest itself in the expressive form, such as when a drowning man cries out for help, and we extend to him the means of salvation.

However, we could not save him, if it was not the fact the will of "the heavens" as not our hands dragged the unfortunate out of trouble, and the merciful hand of the Almighty, and we are His messengers and workers. Prayer gives us hope, strength and the ability to overcome the trouble, as their own, and others'.

Prayer, Tefillah is to establish contact with the Almighty. If prayer is a dialogue, then there is feedback, and always have an answer, either negative or positive. And then our prayer can be an expression of gratitude.
Do not start praying until they achieve full concentration. Righteous in the old days at least an hour getting ready to achieve our aspiration to God, and only then proceed to prayer. And even when the king welcomed, they did not respond to it, and even if the snake was crawling around the heel, they do not interrupt the prayer (Mishna Berahot 5:1).

Good to pray next to the righteous or the child. With the prayers of the righteous are moving toward the goal, as if in a jeep on the road. Prayer Child fast, like a ray of light, if you send after his prayer, there is hope that it will reach. A women intuitively close to the Creator, the energy of their prayers overcomes obstacles that poses the mind. So Isaac prayed in the same room with Rebecca.

Two things a man should do to raise my prayer: first, not to be "praying a sinner," and second, that the prayer itself was clean (perfect measure, chapter 9).

Individual prayer is possible at home, outdoors, in any place where you can concentrate. Public prayer should be executed in a specially designated place. "Abaye said: At first I was at home, and prayed in the synagogue.

Then, when I heard that (King) David said, I love the habitation of thy house, and began to learn to pray in the synagogue "(Teilim, 26:8, Megillah 29a).

Remember! You are not alone in this world, your Creator loves you and hears your prayers. And when you yourself are in trouble, but we ask for your neighbor, He fulfills your requests (Bava Kama 92a).
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Weight 0.730000
Publisher Jewish Book
ISBN 978-965-7412-45-9
Author Davidov, Adam
Height (CM) 25
Length (CM) 18
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