**Please remember to take those listed in BOLD off of work.**
Get ready to rehearse God’s celebrations each year!
Purim: Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Pesach (Day 1): Thursday, April 9, 2020
Feast of Unleavened Bread: April 9-15, 2020 Pesach (Day 7): Wednesday, April 15, 2020 First Fruits: Sunday, April 12Counting of the Omer: April 12 - May 31, 2020 Shavuot: Sunday, May 31, 2020 Yom Teruah: Saturday, September 19, 2020 Yom Kippur: Monday, September 28, 2020 Sukkot (Day 1): Saturday, October 3, 2020 Sukkot (Day 8): Saturday, October 10, 2020 Simchat Torah: Sunday, October 22, 2020 Chanukah: December 11-18, 2020
Days listed in bold are Sabbaths. Remember to take off work.
Listen and learn the Hebraic Blessings we pray at Corner Fringe.
Shema: Deuteronomy 6:4
Adonai Eloheinu, Adonai Echad.
Baruch Shem Kivod Malkhuto L’olam Va-Ed.
Hear O Israel, the LORD our God, the LORD is One
Blessed be His glorious kingdom forever and ever!
Ein K’Eloheinu,Ein K’AdoneinuEin K’Malkeinu,Ein K’Moshieinu
Mi K’Eloheinu,Mi K’AdoneinuMi K’Malkeinu,Mi K’Moshieinu
Nodeh L’Eloheinu,Nodeh L’AdoneinuNodeh L’Malkeinu,Nodeh L’Moshieinu
Baruch Eloheinu,Baruch AdoneinuBaruch Malkeinu,Baruch Moshieinu
Attah Hu Eloheinu,Attah Hu AdoneinuAttah Hu Malkeinu,Attah Hu Moshieinu
Who is like our God?
Who is like our LORD?
Who is like our King?
Who is like our Savior?
There is none like our God, There is none like our LORD, There is none like our King, There is none like our Savior.
Who is like our God? Who is like our LORD? Who is like our King? Who is like our Savior?
Let us thank our God, Let us thank our LORD, Let us thank our King, Let us thank our Savior.
Blessed is our God, Blessed is our LORD, Blessed is our King, Blessed is our Savior.
It is You Who is our God. It is You Who is our LORD. It is You Who is our King. It is You Who is our Savior.
(Sung)BaYom Ha Hu, BaYom Ha HuYiyeh Adonai EchadU’Shmo, U’shmo U’shmo Echad
(Translation)And on that Day, and on that Day The LORD will be OneAnd His Name, And His Name And His Name will be One
My Sons, may the LORD make you as Ephraim and Manasseh, as Yochanan the Immerser and Rav Shaul. My Daughters, may the LORD make you as Sarah, as Rivkah, as Naomi and Ruth. May your desire be for Yeshua, to glorify His name and may the LORD enable your hearts to hear, to learn, to do, and to fulfill all the words of His Torah. May the LORD grant you a portion in the Lamb’s Book of Life through faith in the Messiah Yeshua. Now may the LORD bless you and keep you. May the LORD make His face to shine upon you. May the LORD turn His countenance toward you and grant you shalom.
(Sung by the Pastor)Yeva Rekhekha Adonai, Veyish MerekhaYa’er Adonai Panav Elaykha VichunnekaYisa Adonai Panev Eleykha Veyasem Lekha Shalom
(Spoken by the Pastor)May The LORD bless you and keep you.May The LORD make His face to shine upon you and be gracious unto you.May The LORD lift up His countenance upon you and grant you shalom.
(Spoken by the Pastor)Baruch Ata Adonai, Eloheinu Melech Ha-OlamHa-Motzi Lechem Min Ha-Aretz.Blessed are You O LORD our God, King of the Universe,Who brings forth bread from the earth.
Below are a few of the common Hebrew words you will hear at Corner Fringe. This is just a partial list to get you started on your way to understanding Torah.
Adonai echad: God is OneAdonai: My Lord; Lord of allB’rit Hadashah: new covenantBaruch: bless; blessedEchad: oneEl Shaddai: God AlmightyEloheinu: Our GodElohim: God in the plural masculineHaftorah: writings of the ProphetsHaShem: The NameKohen: priestMashiach: Messiah; anointed; an anointed oneMitzvot: divine commandments; specifically the divine commandments given by The Lord to MosesOneg Shabbat: joy of the Sabbath; a reception after Shabbat services which includes refreshments and fellowshipRuach HaKodesh: Holy SpiritShabbat Shalom: Sabbath peace; happy SabbathShabbat: Sabbath; The seventh day of the week; God’s appointed day of rest; a holy convocationShechinah: glorious presence of GodShema: hear and obeySiddur: Jewish prayer book; the set order of prayersTanak: an acronym for the Hebrew Bible consisting of the initial letters of the Torah, Nevi’im (Prophets), and Ketuvim (Writings) commonly known as the old testamentTeshuvah: turn back to God; repentTorah: The first five books of the Bible; the teaching or instruction of God.Yahweh: the sacred name of God, pronounced by some as YehovahYeshua: Jesus; means God saves or The Lord is my salvation
Here are some additional resources to help you along as you study the whole Word of God.
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