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Hanukkah Blessings The Hanukkia—Hanukkah Menorah—is one of the most visible symbols of Hanukkah. Each night, we light a progressive number of lights until the eighth night, where every branch of the Hanukkia is lit in its full glory.
Messianic Hanukkah Blessing in Hebrew . Baruch atah Adonai Eloheinu melech haolam, asher kidushanu b’Yeshua, asher bismo madlikim anachnu ner shell chanukah. Praised are You, O Lord our God, King of the Universe, who has sanctified us in Yeshua, in whose name we light the Hanukkah lights. Suggested Candle Lighting Readings for Hanukkah
The Messiah in Hanukkah - Messianic Significance of Chanukah The law did not require Jews to be at the Temple in Jerusalem, as this was not one of the pilgrimage festivals. Every one observed it in his own place, not as a holy time.
At Hanukkah, our Jewish people recite this prayer: Blessed are you, O Lord our God, King of the universe, who performed miracles for our ancestors in those days at this time. The late Vera Schlamm was a Holocaust survivor who understood such prayers. In the story of her journey to faith, Vera wrote:
Choose a free eCard to remember Him on Passover, a Hanukkah eCard to share the light of the season, or a Messianic faith eCard offering joyful thoughts for another occasion. Choose from bright eCards sharing reflections of peace and eCards that include quotes from Scripture to complement the holiday greetings.
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You see, for the most part, Messianic Jewish Prayer is Jewish Prayer. Aaron’s book can be thought of as a “Jewish Prayer 101” class complete with a minimalist siddur at the end of the book. It’s unique in that it has a specific focus on Yeshua HaMoshiach, but a focus on Messiah is not considered unusual according to Aaron:
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