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Give Me Your Hand


Traditional and Practical Guidance on Visiting the Sick


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This concise volume explains the Jewish practice of visiting the sick and gives clear, easily accessible information about traditional practices. Give Me Your Hand describes the historical and theological context for this mitzvah and includes traditional prayers, new prayers and practical advice. Originally published through the National Center for Jewish Healing.

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  • By Jane Handler and Kim Hetherington
  • (73 Pages)Publisher: EKS Publishing, 1997




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