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The Ahavat Olam Siddur: Messianic Jewish Shabbat Prayerbook Hardcover – May 28, 2019
The Ahavat Olam Siddur is a unique Messianic Jewish Shabbat siddur with inspiring new commentary by Rabbi Itzhak Shapira, Author of the Return of the Kosher Pig.
Perfect for synagogue services or personal study, you will journey through the Messianic meanings of the traditional Jewish prayers and find the many connections to the words of Yeshua, His disciples, and the sages of Israel. The Ahavat Olam Siddur offers all this in an easy to follow and beautifully designed format to revolutionize your prayer life while revealing many hidden secrets within the Jewish Siddur.
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- Publisher : Ahavat Ammi Ministries (May 28, 2019)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 196 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1733100601
- ISBN-13 : 978-1733100601
- Item Weight : 12.6 ounces
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......Buy the Ahavat Olam Siddur!!
Within the pages of this, Shabbos "Messianic Jewish" Siddur, you will find an easy to follow, step by step structure, laid out in proper format, in accordance to the way a Synagogue Service is observed within Normative Judaism! But, let me state this as well, it of course also has some extra added bonuses for us who Follow Moshiach Yeshua as our Rebbe 😉
For those who do not know Hebrew.... Do not fear.... They have filled the pages with Hebrew, Hebrew Transliteration, and the English translation as well! This way, for those who are: New to understanding how these things are to be observed, it has been made precise and easy FOR YOU! Also, for those of us whom are familiar with Siddurim and Ivrit', The Font is not to tiny but, is also not huge either, so it makes it comfortable to read and follow along with the Chazzan!
One of the key added bonuses within the Siddur ...... Is the commentary given. In the commentary it is revealed how everything is connected to our Messiah and how everything brings Glory to our Creator, El Elyon! Within the commentary you will understand why we do what we do as Followers of HaDerekh (The Way)!
For the beginners this will be a great instrument to help you embrace the beauty of who you are in HaShem through Messiah Yeshua!
For those whom have been raised within this lifestyle, this will be beneficial for us in our teffilot and it can also help us to bring others to the Revelation of who Messiah Yeshua really is!!!
I personally, as a Messianic Rabbi, will be using this as a means to bring everyone within our Kehillah to the same page in our Minhag! B"H
I will be honest the commentary is small print, so just know if you are not familiar with Jewish books and how our commentary is placed within our books, that may be a bit tricky for some. As I stated the commentary could have been a bit larger in print, but, I also know that, that can and could be addressed down the road!
Truly, as a whole, it is an absolutely beautiful heart felt work done by all whom were involved with its creation!
You will not be disappointed with this Siddur, that I can assure you of!!
-Rabbi Hezekiah Ross
I am in a spiritual wilderness where I live and I am the only Messianic Jew in the area but this Siddur connects me to my fellow Messianic brothers and sisters in Messiah Yeshua in other parts of the world and it connects me to the whole house of Israel! A true blessing and I pray Hashem's blessings upon Rabbi Shapira and his family. I hope one day to meet Rabbi Shapira and thank him personally for the blessing he has brought into my life via his teachings and heart for Jewish people worldwide and for Israel.
I hope Rabbi Shapira reads this and knows that he has blessed at least one Jew in Scotland! Toda Raba Rabbi Shapira!
All the Praise and Glory goes to Hashem and Messiah Yeshua. Let us together hasten his return as we join in prayer with the whole house of Israel.
Baruch ha-ba b'shem Adonai
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on June 22, 2021