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Pathway to Prayer - Shabbos Amidah - Sefardic


A Translation and Explanation of all the Amidah Prayers of Shabbos


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This remarkable, step-by-step guide through the Amidah Prayers of Shabbos is designed to help the reader reach greater heights of understanding and concentration in prayer. With its clear, linear translation, each word of the prayers are clarified. Includes excerpts from Practical Halachos of Shabbos. Nusach Sefard

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  • By Rabbi Mayer Birnbaum
  • (112 Pages)Publisher: Feldheim, 2004





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