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Messianic Sabbath Siddur
B'eit Adonai Yisrael - House of the Lord of Israel

A Siddur is also called The Order of Worship

Messianic Siddur  

B'eit Adonai Yisrael

 House Of The Lord Of Yisrael

 Messianic Synagogue

 

For more information call or write:

Steve Chumbley

407 South Gulf Street

Humansville, MO  65674

417-754-8751

beitadonaimo@yahoo.com

 
Call To Worship
Barchu
Leader: Bar-chu  et  Adonai  ham-vor-ach
All:       Baruch  Adonai  ham-vor-ach  lolam  vaed
Leader: Bless the Lord who is blessed.
All:       Bless the Lord who is blessed forever and ever.
Mah Tovu

Ma-to-vu  o-ha-le-cha  Ya-akov,  mish-kno-techa  Yisrael.

 

How goodly are your tents, O Jacob, your dwelling places, O Israel.  Numbers 24:5 

 

Response #1

O Lord, through your abounding faithful love I come into Your house, and reverently I worship You in Your Holy sanctuary.  I love being in Your house, the place where Your Glory resides.  Here I bow down to worship You, my Lord and Maker.  Accept my prayer, O Lord, and answer with Your great mercy and with Your saving truth.  Ay-mayn.

 

Response #2

How lovely are Your tabernacles, O Lord of Hosts!  I long, yes, I pine for the courts of the Lord; my heart joyfully sings to the Living God.  One thing I have asked of the Lord, that I will pursue.  That I may live in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to behold the graciousness of the Lord and to enter His sanctuary.  Teach me Your ways. O Lord, and lead me in the right path.  With You is the fountain of life, in your light do we see light.  Ay-mayn.

  

Response #3

Blessed, praised, glorified, honored and exalted be the Name of the King of kings, the Holy One, blessed be He, who is the first and the last, and besides Him there is no God.  Extol Him in the heavens; Lord is His Name; rejoice before His face, His Name is lifted up beyond all blessings and praise.  Blessed be His Name whose glorious kingdom is forever and ever.  Let the Name of the Lord be blessed forever and ever.  Ay-mayn.

 

 

and that it is in this way that all Yisrael will be saved.  As the Tenach says, Out of Tzion will come the Redeemer; He will turn away ungodliness from Jacob and this will be my covenant with them,when I take away their sin.   Romans 11:26&27

 

 

Opening Prayer

 
Vli-ru-sha-lai-yim  ir-chah  bra-cha-mim  tif-neh,  vi-hi  shalom
 
bish-a-reh-ha,  vshal-vah  blayv  yosh-veh-hah  vto-rat-cha  Mi-tzi-yon  tay-tsay  ud-var-chah  Mi-ru-sha-lai-yim.
Baruch atah  Adonai, notayn  shalom  Bi-ru-sha-lai-yim.
 
And turn in compassion to Yerushalaiyim, Your city.  Let there be peace in her gates, quietness in the hearts of her inhabitants.
Let Your Torah go forth from Tzion and Your Word from Yerushalaiyim.
 
(Congregation)

Blessed is the Lord, who gives peace to Yerushalaiyim.

 

(Leader)

Father, in the Name of Yeshua, we come before You in prayer and in faith believing that You will hold true to Your Word.  Therefore, Father, we come boldly and confidently before You and all the courts of heaven, and present the nation of Yisrael and our Jewish brothers and sisters worldwide; that You will grant to all Yisrael Your promise of salvation.  We thank you, Father, in the Name of Yeshua HaMashiach.  Ay-mayn.

 

Torah Service

 
And it came to pass, whenever the ark went forward, Moshe would say:  Arise O Lord, and let Your enemies be scattered.  May those who hate You flee from before You.  For from Tzion shall go forth the Torah and the Word of the Lord out of Yerushalaiyim.
Blessed be He who in Holiness gave the Torah to His people Yisrael.
 
The Ark Is Opened
 
Vai-yhi  bin-soa  ha-Aron  vai-yomer  Moshe:  Kumah Adonai  vya-futsu  oyvecha  vya-nusu  msa-necha  mipa-necha.   Ki  mi-tsi-yon  tay-tsay  Torah(X2)  / udvar  Adonai   mi-Rusha-lai-yim.  /  Baruch she-natan  Torah  Torah(X2)  /   lamo Yisrael bik-du-shato
 
Echad  Elo-hay-nu  gadol  Ado-nay-nu  kadosh  vnora  shmo.  Gadlu  Ladonai  iti,  un-rommah  shmo  yach-dav
 
Unique is our God, great is our Lord, Holy and Awesome is His Name.  Exalt the Lord with me, and extol His Name together.
 
Sh'ma
 
Sh'ma Yisrael Adonai Elo-hay-nu  Adonai  Echad
Baruch shaym  kvod  malchu-to  lolam  va-ed.
 
Hear O Yisrael: the Lord our God, the Lord is One.
 
Blessed be His glorious Name whose kingdom is forever and ever.
 
Yeshua  ha-Mashi-ach  hu  Adonai
Yeshua the Messiah is Lord.
 
Va-hav-ta  ayt  Adonai  elo-hecha  bchol  lvav-cha  uvchol  nafshcha,  uvchol  mode-cha.  Vhai-yu  had-varim  haayleh,  asher  ano-chi  mtsav-cha  hai-yom  al  lva-vecha,  vshi-nan-tam  lva-necha,  vdi-barta  bam  bshiv-tcha  bvay-techa,   uvlech-tcha  va-der-ech,  uvshach-bcha  uv-ku-mecha.   Ukshar-tam  lot  al  ya-decha,  vhai-yu  lto-tafot  bayn   ay-necha.  Uch-tav-tam  al  mzu-zot  bay-techa  uvish-a-recha.
 
You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your might.  These words, which I command  you this day, shall be upon your heart; you shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you when you sit in your house, and when you walk by the way, when you lie down and when you rise up.  You shall bind them for a sign upon your hand, and they shall be frontlets between your eyes.  You shall write them upon the door-post of your house, and upon your gates.  Ay-mayn.  Deuteronomy 6:4-9
 
Blessing Upon The Readers
 
He who blessed our fathers Avraham, Yitzchak and Ya-akov may He bless [names(s) of reader(s)] who come up to honor God and the Torah.  May the Holy One bless them and their families, and send blessings and prosperity on all the works of their hands.
 
Torah Blessings
 
(Leader)
Bar-chu  et Adonai  ham-vor-ach
Bless the Lord who is blessed.
 
(Congregation)
Baruch  Adonai  ham-vor-ach  lolam  vaed
Bless the Lord who is blessed forever and ever.
 
(Leader)
Baruch  Adonai  ham-vor-ach  lolam  vaed
Bless the Lord who is blessed forever and ever.
 
Baruch  atah  Adonai  Elo-hay-nu  Melech  haolam,  asher   ba-char  banu  mikol  ha-amim  vnatan  lanu  et  Torato.  Baruch  atah  Adonai  no-tayn  ha-Torah.
 
Blessed are You, Lord our God, King of the universe, who chose us from all peoples, and gave to us the Torah.  Blessed are You, Lord, giver of the Torah.
 
(Torah Portion Is Read)
 
Baruch  atah  Adonai  Elo-hay-nu  Melech  haolam,  asher  natan  lanu  Torat  emet  vchai-yay  olam  nata  bto-chay-nu.  Baruch  atah  Adonai  no-tayn  ha-Torah.
 
Blessed are You, Lord our God, King of the universe, who gave us the Torah of truth, and life everlasting planted in our midst.  Blessed are You, Lord, giver of the Torah.
 
Haftorah Blessings
 
Baruch  atah  Adonai  Elo-hay-nu  Melech  haolam,  asher   ba-char  bin-vi-im  tovim  vra-tsah  vdiv-ray-hem  be-e-met.  Baruch  atah  Adonai  ha-bo-chayr  ba-Torah  uv-Moshe  av-do   uv-Yisrael  a-mo  uvin-vi-ay  ha-emet  va-tse-dek
 
Blessed are You, Lord our God, King of the universe, who selected good prophets, delighting in their words which were spoken truthfully. Blessed are You, O Lord, who chose the Torah, Your servant Moshe, Your people Yisrael, and the prophets of truth and righteousness. 
 
Baruch  atah Adonai  Elo-hay-nu  Melech  haolam,  tsur   kol-haola-mim,  tsa-dik  bchol  ha-do-rot,  ha-ayl  ha-ne-e-man  ha-o-mayr  voseh,  ham-da-bayr  um-kai-yaym,  she-kol   dva-raiv,  emet  va-tse-dek.  Ne-e-man  atah hu Adonai  Elo-hay-nu,  vne-e-ma-nim  dva-re-chah vda-var  Echad  mid-va-re-chach  achor  lo  ys-shuv  ray-kam,  ki  ayl,  Melec   ne-e-man  vra-cha-man  atah.  Baruch  atah,  Adonai,  ha-ayl  ha-ne-e-man  bchol  dva-raiv.
 
Blessed are You, O Lord our God, King of the universe, Rock of all ages, Righteous throughout all generations.  You are the faithful God, first promising and then performing, first speaking and then fulfilling, for all of Your Words are true and righteous.
Faithful are You, O Lord our God, and faithful are Your Words, for no Word of Yours shall remain unfulfilled.  You are a faithful and merciful God and King.  Blessed are You, O Lord God, who is faithful in fulfilling Your Words.
 
Brit  Chadashah Blessings
 
Baruch  atah  Adonai  Elo-hay-nu  Melech  haolam,  asher  natan  lanu  Ma-shi-ach  Yeshua  vhah-varim  shel  ha-Brit   ha-Cha-da-shah. Baruch  atah  Adonai  no-tayn   ha-Brit  ha-Cha-da-shah. 
 
Blessed are You, O Lord our God, King of the universe, who has given us Messiah Yeshua and the Words of the Renewed Covenant.  Blessed are You, O Lord, giver of the Renewed Covenant.
 
(Brit  Chadashah Portion Is Read)
 
Baruch  atah  Adonai  Elo-hay-nu  Melech  haolam, asher natan  lanu  davar  emet,  vchai-yay  olam  nata  bto-chay-nu.  Baruch  atah  Adonai  no-tayn  ha-Brit  ha-Cha-da-shah
 
Blessed are You, O Lord our God, King of the universe, who gave us the Word of Truth and planted among us life eternal.  Blessed are You, O Lord, giver of the Renewed Covenant.
 
This is the Word which God gave to our fathers.  Through Yeshua, our Messiah, the Living Word, Gods Torah has been written in our hearts.  We now serve Him in the Spirit that gives life, not just according to the letter of an external code.  We are all now new creatures in the Messiah according to His instructions as revealed to us in the Brit HaChadashah.
 
Vzot  Hatorah
 
Vzot  ha-torah  asher  sam  Moshe  lif-nay  bnay  Yisrael,  al  pi  Adonai  byad  Moshe.
 
This is the Torah which Moshe placed before the children of Yisrael.  It is in accord with the Lords command by the hand of Moshe.
 
Ayts Chaiyim
 
A tree of life it is for those who take hold of it, and blessed are the ones who support it.  Its ways are ways of pleasantness, and all its paths are peace.  Long life is in its right hand, in its left are riches and honor. The Lord was pleased for the sake of his righteousness, to render the Torah great and glorious.
 
Ayts  chai-yim  hi  la-ma-cha-zi-kim  bah  vtom-che-ha  mu-shar.  Dra-che-ha  dar-chay  no-am  vchol  nti-vo-te-ha  shalom.  Hashi-vay-nu  Adonai  e-le-cha  vna-shu-vah  cha-daysh, /  cha-daysh  ya-may-nu (X2)  /  kke-dem.
 
When the ark rested, Moshe would say; Return O Lord, to the myriads of Yisraels families.  Arise O Lord, to Your resting place, You and Your mighty ark.  Clothe Your priests with righteousness.  May those who have experienced Your faithful love shout for joyHallelujah!  For the sake of your servant David, do not delay the return of Your Messiah.  I give you good instruction; do not forsake my Torah.
 
Baruch  atah  Adonai  Elo-hay-nu  Melech  haolam,  asher natan lanu ha-da-var  ha-chai  ba-Ma-shi-ach  Yeshua.  Ah-mayn.
 
Blessed are You, O Lord our God, King of the universe, who gives us the Living Word in the Messiah, Yeshua.  Ay-mayn.
 
Amidah
 
O Lord open my lips that I may declare your praise.
 
Blessed art Thou, O Lord our God and God of our fathers.  God of Avraham, God of Yitzchak, God of Ya-akov;  the great, mighty, revered and exalted God who bestows loving-kindness and is Master of all.  Mindful of the patriarchs love for Thee, You will in Your love bring a Redeemer to their childrens children for the sake of Your Name.  Remember us in life, O King who delights in life, and compel us to follow Your Word so that we may live worthily for Your sake, O God of Life.  O King, my helper, my Redeemer and Shield, praised be You, O Lord, Shield of Avraham.
 
My God, keep my tongue from evil, my lips from lies.  Help me ignore those who slander me and let be humble before all.  Open my heart to Your Word that I may pursue Your commandments.  Frustrate the design of those who plot evil against me and make nothing of their schemes.  Do so because of Your compassion, Your power, Your Holiness and Your Word.  Answer our prayer for the deliverance of Your people.  May the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart be acceptable to You, my Rock and my Redeemer.  He who brings peace to His universe will bring peace to us and to all the people Yisrael, and let us say: Ah-mayn.
 
Kaddish
 
(Leader)
Yit-ga-dal   vyit-ka-dash   shmay   rabah,  bal-mah   div-rah  chi-ru-tay,  vyam-lich   mal-chu-tay,  bchai-yay-chon 

uv-yo-ma-chon,  uv-chai-yay   dchol   bayt   Yisrael,  ba-ah-galah  uviz-man   ka-riv.  Vim-ru   Ay-mayn

 

(All)

Yhay   shmay   rabah   mva-rach   lalam   ul-al-may   al-mai-yah. Yit-ba-rach   vyish-ta-bach  vyit-pa-ar  vyit-ro-mam  vyit-na-say vyit-ha-dar  vyit-ah-lay  vyit-ha-lal  shmay  dku-dshah

 

(Congregation)

Brich  hu

 

(Leader)

Lay-lah (During the Ten Days of Penitence, add; u-lay-lah)  min   kol bir-cha-tah, vshi-ra-tah   tush-bcha-tah,   vne-che-ma-tah  da-ah-mi-ran   bal-mah.  Vim-ru

 

(Congregation)

Ah-mayn

 

(Leader)

Yhay   shlamah   rabah   min   shmai-yah   vchai-yim   a-lay-nu  val   kol   Yisrael.  Vim-ru

 

(Congregation)

Ah-mayn

 

(Leader)

Oseh  shalom   bim-ro-maiv,  hu   ya-a-she   shalom   a-lay-nu.  Val kol   Yisrael.  Vim-ru.

 

(Congregation)

Ah-Mayn

 

Let the glory of God be extolled, let His Great name be hallowed in the world who creation He willed.  May His kingdom  soon prevail, in our own day,  our own lives, and the life of all Yisrael, and let us say;  Ay-mayn.

 

(Congregation)

Let His Great Name be blessed forever and ever.

 

Let the Name of the Holy One, blessed is He, be glorified, exalted, and honored, and though He is beyond all the praises, songs and adorations that we can utter, and let us say;  Ay-mayn.

 

For us and for all Yisrael, may the blessing of peace and the promised life to come true, and let us say;  Ay-mayn.

 

May He who causes peace to reign in the high heavens, let peace descend on us, on all Yisrael, the world and let us say;  Ay-mayn.

 

May the Source of peace and the Prince of His presence send peace to all who mourn, and comfort to all who are bereaved.  Ay-mayn.

 

Alaynu

 

A-lay-nu  lsha-bay-ach  la-adon  hakol,  la-tayt  gdu-lah  lyo-tsayr  bray-shit, shelo  a-sanu  kgo-yay  ha-ara-tsot,  vlo  sa-ma-nu  kmish-pchot  ha-ada-mah,  shelo  sam  chel-kay-nu  ka-hem, vgo-ra-lay-nu  kchol  ha-mo-nam

 

(Bow Facing East)

Va-a-nach-nu  Korim  U-mish-tach-avim  U-mo-di

 

(Raise Head)

Lif-nay  Melech,  mal-chay  ham-la-chim,  ha-kadosh  baruch hu.  Shehu  no-the  sha-mai-yim  vyo-sayd  arets,  u-mo-shav  ykaro  ba-sha-mai-yim  mi-ma-al  /  ush-chi-nat  uzo (X2)  /  bgav-hay  mro-mim,  hu  Elo-hay-nu  ayn  od.  Emet  mal-chay-nu,  efes  zu-la-to,  ka-ka-tuv  bto-rato:  /  Vya-da-tah  hai-yom (X2)  /  va-ha-shay-vo-tah  el  lva-ve-chah,  ki  Adonai  hu  ha-Elohim ba-sha-mai-yim  mi-ma-al,  /  val  ha-arets (X2)  /   mi-ta-chat  ayn od

 

Vne-e-mar:  vhai-yah  Adonai  lMelech  al kol  ha-arets,  /  bai-yom  hahu (X2)  /  yi-yeh  Adonai  Echad,  / ushmo (X3)  /  echad

 

For it is incumbent upon us to praise the Master of all, to exalt the Creator of the world; for He has made us distinct from the nations and unique among the families of the earth.  Our destiny is not like theirs, our calling is our task.  We bow down and acknowledge before the King of Kings that there is none like Him.  For He stretched forth the heavens like a tent and established the earth.  Truly there is none like our Lord and King.  As the Torah says, You shall know this day and reflect in your heart that it is the Lord who is God in the heavens above and on the earth beneath, there is none else.  We hope, O Lord our God, to soon behold your majestic glory when all abominations shall be removed and all false gods shall be at an end.  Then shall the world be perfected under the rule of the Lord Almighty and all mankind shall call upon Your Name.  For to You every knee must bow and every tongue declare that You are God.  Reign over us soon and forever.  May the kingdom of Davids greatest Son be established forever.  For then shall the Words be fulfilled, The Lord shall be King forever, and The Lord shall be King over all the earth; on that day the Lord shall be One and His Name One.

 

Ayn  Kaylohaynu

 

Ayn  Lay-lo-hay-nu,                                    ayn ka-do-nay-nu

Ayn  kmal-kay-nu,                                    ayn  kmo-shi-ay-nu

 

Mi  chay-lo-hay-nu,                                    mi  cha-do-nay-nu

Mi  chmal-kay-nu,                                    mi  chmo-shi-ay-nu

 

Nodeh  lay-lo-hay-nu,                                    nodeh  la-do-nay-nu

Nodeh  lmal-kay-nu,                                    nodeh  lmo-shi-shi-ay-nu

 

Baruch  Elo-hay-nu,                                    baruch  Ado-nay-nu

Baruch  Mal-kay-nu,                                    baruch  Mo-shi-ay-nu

 

Atah  hu  Elo-hay-nu,                                    Atah  hu  Ado-nay-nu

Atah  hu  Mal-kay-nu,                                    Atah  hu  Mo-shi-ay-nu.

 

Atah  hu,  she-hik-ti-ru  avo-tay-nu  lfa-ne-cha  et  kto-ret  ha-sa-mim

 

There is none like our God,               

there is none like our Lord;  

             

There is none like our King,               

there is none like our Saviour.

 

Who is like our God?                           

who is like our Lord?

 

Who is like our King?                          

who is like our Saviour?

 

Let us give thanks to our God;               

let us give thanks to our Lord,

 

Let us give thanks to our King;               

let us give thanks to our Savior.

 

Blessed be our God;                           

blessed be our Lord,

 

Blessed be our King;                           

blessed be our Savior.

 

You are our God;                                       

You are our Lord,

 

You are our King;                                       

You are our Savior.

 

You are He to whom our fathers offered the fragrant incense.

 

Adon  Olam

 

Adon  olam  asher  malach,  bter-em  kol  ytsir  niv-ra.

Layt  na-a-sah  vchef-tso  kol,  azai  Melech  shmo  nikrah,

 

Va-cha-ray  kich-lot  ha-kol,  lva-do  yim-loch  nora.

Vhu  hai-yah  vhu hoveh,  vhu  yi-yeh  btif-a-rah.

 

Vhu  echad  vayn  shay-ni,  lham-shil  lo  lhach-bi-rah,

Bli  ray-shit  bli  tach-lit,  vlo  ha-oz  vha-mis-rah.

 

Vhu  ay-li  vchai  go-ali,  vtsur  chev-li  bayt  tsa-rah.

Vhu  ni-si  u-ma-nos  li,  mnat  kosi  byom  ekra.

 

Bya-do  af-kid  ru-chi,  byat  i-shan  va-i-rah.

Vim,  ruchi  gvi-ya-ti.  Adonai  li  vlo  i-ra.

 

Lord of the world, the King supreme, before all creation came to be.  When by His Will all things were wrought, the Name of our King was first made known.  And when this age shall cease to be, He still shall reign in majesty.  He was, He is and He will be, all glorious eternally.  Incomparable, the Lord is One.  No other can His nature share.  Without beginning, without end, unto Him all strength and majesty.  He is my Living God  who saves,  my Rock when grief or sorrow fall, my Banner and Refuge strong, my Cup of Life whenever I call.  And, in His Hand I place my soul, both when I sleep and when I wake, and with my soul and body too, God is with me, there is no fear.

 

Kiddush

 

Baruch  atah  Adonai  Elo-hay-nu  Melech haolam,  boray  pri  ha-ga-fen.  Ay-mayn.

 

Blessed  are You, O Lord our God, King of the universe, who creates the fruit of the vine.  Ah-mayn.

 

Baruch  atah  Adonai  Elo-hay-nu  Melech haolam,  asher  kidsha-nu  bmits-vo-taiv  vra-tsah  vanu.  Vshabbat  kadsho  bah-ha-vah  uv-ra-tson  hin-chi-lanu  zi-ka-ron  lma-a-say  vray-shit.  Ki  hu  yom  tchi-lah lmik-r-ay  kodesh  zay-cher  li-tsi-at  mits-rai-yim.  Ki  vanu  va-char-ta  vo-tanu  ki-dash-ta  mi-kol  ha-a-mim  vshabat  kad-shcha  ba-ha-vah  uv-ra-tson  hin-chal-tanu.  Baruch atah Adonai  mka-daysh  ha-shabbat.  Ay-mayn.

 

Blessed are You, O Lord our God, King of the universe, who has sanctified us by Thy commandments and has taken pleasure in us and in love and favor has caused us to inherit the Holy Shabbat in remembrance of the creation, a day which is the beginnings of our holy gatherings, and in memory of our departure from Egypt.  For You have chosen us (and forgiven us our sins through the blood atonement of our Messiah Yeshua), and You have sanctified us from all the nations, and in love and favor caused us to inherit the Shabbat for rest and refreshing.  Blessed are You, O Lord, who hallows the Shabbat.  Ah-mayn.

 

Hamotzi

 

Our fathers ate manna in the desert; as it says in the Tenach; He gave them bread from heaven to eat.  Yeshua said to them; Yes, indeed!  I tell you, it wasnt Moshe who gave you the bread from heaven.  But my father is giving you the genuine bread from heaven; for Gods bread is the One who comes down out of heaven and gives life to the world.  They said to Him; Sir, give us this bread from now on.  Yeshua answered;

 

A-no-chi  hu  le-chem  ha-chai-yim

I am the bread which is life!

 

Kol-habah  ay-lai  lo  yir-iv  va-a-sher  ya-a-min  bi  lo  yits-ma  od.

Whoever comes to Me will never go hungry, and whoever trusts in Me will never be thirsty.

 

Ha-motsi  lechem  min  ha-arets

 

We give thanks to God for bread, our voiced rise in song together as our joyful prayer is said:

 

Baruch  atah  Adonai  Elo-hay-nu  Melech  haolam,  ha-motsi  lechem  min  ha-arets.  Ah-mayn.

 

Blessed are You, O Lord our God, King of the universe, who brings forth bread from the earth.

 

For in love and favor, You have given us the Bread of Life in our Messiah, Yeshua.  Ay-mayn.

 

Aaronic  Benediction

 

Yva-rechcha  Adonai  vyish-mrecha  ya-ayr  Adonai  pa-naiv  ay-lecha  vi-chu-necha.  Yisa  Adonai  pan-aiv  ay-lecha.  Vya-saym  lcha  shalom

 

The Lord bless you and keep;  the Lord make His face shine upon you and be gracious unto you;  the Lord lift up His countenance upon you and give you peace.  Numbers 6:24-26

 

Hatikvah

 

Kol  od  ba-lay-vav  pni-ma,  nefesh  yehudi  ho-mi-yah.  Ul-fa-a-tay  miz-rach  ka-di-mah  ai-yin  lTsion  tso-fi-yah.  Od lo  av-da  tik-va-tay-nu,  ha-tik-va  bat  shnot  al-pai-yim,  /  li-yot  am  chaf-shi bar-tsay-nu,  erets  Tsion  vi-Ru-sha-lai-yim (X2).

 

So long as still within our breasts, the Jewish heart beats true, So long as still towards the East, to Zion, looks the Jew,So long our hopes are not yet lost two thousand years we cherished them to live in freedom in the land of Zion and Jerusalem.

 

Erev Shabbat Service

 

In Luke 22: 17-20, Yeshua said;

And when He had taken a cup and given thanks, He said, Take this and share it among yourselves; for I say to you, I will not drink of the fruit of the vine from now on until the kingdom of God comes.  And when He had taken some bread and given thanks, He broke it and gave it to them, saying, This is My body which is given for you; do this in remembrance of Me.  And in the same way He took the cup after they had eaten, saying, This cup which is poured out for you is the new covenant in My blood.

 

Father, in the name of Yeshua, we come before You in prayer and in faith believing that You will hold true to Your Word.  Therefore, Father, we come boldly and confidently before You and all the courts of heaven, and present the nation of Yisrael and our Jewish brothers and sisters worldwide; that You will grant to all Yisrael Your promise of salvation.  We thank you, Father in the Name of Yeshua HaMashiach.  Ah-mayn.

 

Kindling The Shabbat Lights

 

Bah-rook  ah-tah  Adonai  eh-lo-hay-nu  meh-lehkh  hah-o-lahm  ah-sher  kid-shah-nu  bmeetz-vo-tahv,  vtzee-vah-nu lah-hahd-leek  neer  shel  Shabbat.

 

Blessed are You, O Lord our God, Ruler of the universe, Who sanctified us by Your commandments, and commanded us to kindle the Sabbath lights.

 

(Light the first candle)

 

Bah-rook  ah-tah  Adonai  eh-lo-hay-nu  meh-lehkh  hah-o-lahm  as-sher  keed-shah-nu  bmeetz-vo-tahv,  vtzee-vah-nu  lhee-yoht  or  l-goy-eem  vnah-than  lah-noo  Yeh-shu-ah  Meh-she-kay-nu  hah-or  lah-o-lahm.

 

Blessed are You, O Lord our God, Ruler of the universe, Who sanctified us by Your commandments, and commanded us to be a light for the nations, and gave us Yeshua our Messiah, the light of the world.

 

(Light the second candle)

 

After The Candles Are Lighted.

(To be performed by one of the women)

 

Spread your hands out around the candles drawing your hands inward in a circular motion three times to indicate the acceptance of the sanctity of Shabbat.

 

Cover your eyes and recite the following blessing:

 

Bah-rook   ah-tah   Adonai   eh-lo-hay-nu   meh-lehkh   hah-o-lahm  ah-sher   kid-shah-nu   bmeetz-vo-tahv,  vtzee-vah-nu  lah-hahd-leek   neer   shel   Shabbat  Ko-desh

 

Blessed are You, O Lord our God, Ruler of the universe, who has sanctified us with His commandments, and commanded us to kindle the light of the Holy Shabbat.

 

Uncover your eyes and behold the Shabbat lights.

 

V'Shamru

 

V'shahm-roo  vnay  Yees-rah-ayl  eht  hah-shah-baht,  lah-ah-sot  eht hah-shah-baht  ldo-ro-tahm  breet  o-lahm.  Bay-nee  oo-vayn  bnay  Yees-rah-ayl  ot  hee  lo-lahm,  kee   shay-sheht  yah-meem  as-sah Adonai  eht  hah-shah-mah-yeem  vayt  hah-ah-rehtz,  oo-vah-yom hahsh-vee-ee  shah-vaht  vah-yih-nah-fahsh.

 

 

In Exodus 31:16&17, the Lord, God says;

So the sons of Israel shall observe the sabbath, to celebrate the sabbath throughout their generations as a perpetual covenant.  It is a sign between Me and the sons of Israel forever; for in six days the LORD made heaven and earth, but on the seventh day He ceased {from labor, and was refreshed."

 

In Hebrews 4:9, the Lord, God says;

So there remains a Sabbath rest for the people of God.

 

The Lights Of Shabbat

 

Come, let us welcome Shabbat, the queen of days.

Psalms 27:1 says;

The LORD is my light and my salvation; Whom shall I fear? The LORD is the defense of my life; Whom shall I dread?

 

Light reminds us of Gods covenant with us.

Psalms 119: 105 says;

Your word is a lamp to my feet And a light to my path.

 

Light reminds us of Israels calling.

Isaiah 42:6 says;

"I am the LORD, I have called You in righteousness, I will also hold You by the hand and watch over You, And I will appoint You as a covenant to the people, As a light to the nations,..

 

Light reminds us of the Messiah.

John 8:12 says;

Then Jesus again spoke to them, saying, "I am the Light of the world; he who follows Me will not walk in the darkness, but will have the Light of life."

 

Light reminds us of the world to come.

Revelation 22:5 says;

And there will no longer be any night; and they will not have need of the light of a lamp nor the light of the sun,

because the Lord God will illumine them; and they will reign forever and ever.

 

Kiddush

 

Bah-rukh  ah-tah  Adonai  eh-lo-hay-noo  meh-lehkh  hah-o-lahm, bo-ray  pree  hah-gah-fehn.

 

Blessed are You, O Lord our God, Ruler of the universe, Who creates the fruit of the vine.

 

(Leader: Take a sip of the wine)

 

Blessed are You, O Lord our God, Ruler of the universe, Who has sanctified us by Thy commandments, and has taken pleasure in us.  And, in love and favor, You have caused us to inherit the Holy Shabbat, in remembrance of the creation.  A day which is the beginnings of our holy gatherings and is a memorial of our departure from Egypt.  For You have chosen us and forgiven us of our sins through the blood atonement of our Messiah, Yeshua. And, in love and favor have caused us to inherit the Shabbat for rest and refreshing.  Blessed are You, O Lord, Who hallows the Shabbat.

 

Hah Motzi

 

Bah-rukh  ah-tah  Adonai  eh-lo-hay-noo  meh-lehkh  hah-o-lahm hah-mo-tzee  leh-khelm  meen hah-ah-rehtz.

 

Blessed are You O, Lord our God, King of the universe Who brings forth bread from the earth.

 

In John 6:31-35, Master Yeshua said;

"Our fathers ate the manna in the wilderness; as it is written, `HE GAVE THEM BREAD OUT OF HEAVEN TO EAT.' "Jesus then said to them, "Truly, truly, I say to you, it is not Moses who has given you the bread out of heaven, but it is My Father who gives you the true bread out of heaven. "For the bread of God is that which comes down out of heaven, and gives life to the world. "Then they said to Him, "Lord, always give us this bread. "Jesus said to them, "I am the bread of life; he who comes to Me will not hunger, and he who believes in Me will never thirst.

 

Hah-mo-tzee  leh-khehm  meen  hah-ah-rehtz

 

We give thanks to God for bread, our voices rise in song together as our joyful prayer is said:

 

Bah-rukh  ah-tah  Adonai  eh-lo-hay-noo  meh-lehkh  hah-o-lahm hah-mo-tzee  leh-khehm  meen  hah-ah-rehtz.  Ah-mayn.

 

Blessed are You, O Lord  our God, Ruler of the universe, Who brings bread from out of the earth and has given us the Bread of Life in our Messiah, Yeshua.  Ah-mayn.

 

And all of Gods people said;

Shabbat Shalom

(Peace of the Sabbath)

 

Havdalah Service

 

Behold, God is my salvation; I will trust and will not be afraid, for the Lord my God is my strength and my song. He also has become my salvation.

 

And, in that day you will say, Halleluyah!  Call upon His Name.  Declare His deed among the peoples, and proclaim that His Name is exalted.

 

Salvation belongs to the Lord; Your blessings will be upon Your people.  The Lord of hosts is with us; the God of Jacob is our refuge.

 

In the past, the Jews had light and joy, gladness and honor.  So be it with us.  I will lift up the cup of salvation, and call upon the name of the Lord.

 

Bah-rukh  ah-tah  Adonai  eh-lo-hay-noo  meh-lehkh  hah-o-lahm bo-ray  pree  hah-gah-fehn.

 

Blessed are You, O Lord our God, Ruler of the universe, Who creates the fruit of the vine.

 

(All: Take a sip of the wine)

 

Bah-rukh  ah-tah  Adonai  eh-lo-hay-noo  meh-lehkh  hah-o-lahm bo-ray  mee-nay  vsah-meen.

 

Blessed are You, O Lord our God, Ruler of the universe, Who creates various kinds of spices.

 

(Pass the spices and savor the aroma)

 

Besides the sweetness of Shabbat these spices remind us of the sweetness of Gods love and His preservation of Yisrael amongst all peoples.

 

Blessed are You, O Lord our God, Ruler of the universe, Who creates the light of the fire.

 

(Kindle the Havdalah candle)

 

Blessed are You, O Lord our God, King of the universe,

Who makes a distinction between

the holy and the secular,

light and darkness,

Yisrael and the nations,

the seventh day and the six days of labor.

Blessed are You, O Lord, Who makes a distinction

between Holy and secular.

 

Elijah the prophet,

Elijah the Tishbite,

Elijah the Gileadite

quickly return to us in our day, with

Messiah Yeshua, the Son of David.

 

Sha-voo-ah  tov - Shalom!

A good week Shalom!

 

Tallis Prayer

 

Bah-rukh  ah-tah  Adonai  eh-lo-hay-noo  meh-lehkh  hah-o-lahm  asher  kidshanu  bmitzvotav  vtzivanu  lhitatayf  batzitzit.

 

Bless are You, O Lord our God, Ruler of the universe, Who makes us holy with commandments, and has commanded us to wrap ourselves in the tzitzit.

 

Key For Transliteration

 

'a' as is abba

'ai' as in aisle (rhyming with Nile)

'ay' as in day

'e' as in tent

'i' as in Lisa

'o' as in cold

'u' as in due

as a short sounding 'i', as in disease