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“Siddur” – A Hebrew word that comes from the root that means ‘Order’… The daily cycle of prayer originates at the base of Mount Sinai with the establishment of the Tabernacle and worship as authorised by The LORD by the hand of Moses, His servant. It has continued throughout the generations of the Sons of Israel and continues to this day. This prayer book provides a simplified explanation for the Jewish daily cycle of prayer. More detailed explanations and sources for each of the prayers can be found in a traditional Siddur if you so desire them. This volume does not seek to replicate that format. Instead, it intends to give the English reader an opportunity to join in that cycle of prayer in a language that he can understand. The translation loses the rhythm and poetry of the Hebrew language but opens up the meaning and intent of the prayers.

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