Blessings 1 - Class 1

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Learning To Pray In Hebrew

Lesson 1


Dear Ones EVERYONE is welcome to take this course of study. Christians are welcome. B'nai Noachides [Children of Noah] are welcome.  Spiritualists are welcome. B'nai Yisroel [the Children of Israel / Jews] are welcome. EVERYONE is welcome. 

Dear One our goal is to learn how to pray in Hebrew. Praying in Hebrew is a process that will require some time and practice. In the Jewish Community throughout the world men and sometimes women gather every morning to pray. It's nice to know some of our classmates are among this group. At B'nai Noach Torah Institute we normally gather at:

Morning Prayers
6:30 am

Afternoon Prayers
3:00 pm or 5:30 pm or 30 minutes before night fall

Evening Prayers
Immediately after nightfall or 9:00 pm

Textbook: Schottenstein Edition Interlinear for Weekdays / Sefard apx cost $17.09 - $33.29 

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The cost of this course is simply a gift of any size. Try this course for a while. See if this course is a blessing for you. 

Dear Ones more than twenty years ago I developed a course for individuals to learn Hebrew. I wrote a book entitled Very Basic Hebrew 1. The cost was $39.95. We sold copies through our daily radio broadcast. About 15 years ago I developed a program entitled Hebrew For Beginners 1. This is a very simple audio with a few pages of supporting notes. It is available at the Learning store for $13.00 plus a $5.00 shipping and handling charge for those in the lower 48 states. However it is now available as an internet download. If you know little or nothing about Hebrew then Hebrew for Beginners would be very helpful. Many of our classmates have purchased this Hebrew For Beginners. Our purpose is NOT to teach conversational Hebrew.  Our purpose is to teach Prayerful Hebrew. As the original language of the world so that individuals can pray in Hebrew and can Bless there Creator in Hebrew. The cost for Hebrew for Beginners download with notes is a contribution of any size.  We want you to receive the most this course has to offer.

Dear One if you have no means at all to contribute that is OK. Simply do a good deed for a parent or grandparent or a neighbor or someone in need in honor of our Creator. Thank you!

Audio Discussion:

Introduction 1


Moh Deh 


Questions for us to reflect on - Please type answers into the blog comments.


1. Notice that our first prayer [Moh Dehy Anh Nee] does not have our Creators Name in it.  Why?


2. When should one say Moh Dehy Anh Nee?

a. After sleeping the entire night without any intruptations.

b. After dozing, napping, sleeping for about thirty breaths in and out.

c. Immediately upon awakening.

d. All of the above.


3. This is a discussion question. Discuss why we pray. Five lines max.


4. When we rest our physical body is supposed to relax and renew.  What about my soul?

How is my soul refreshed?


5. What would you like to gain from  this course?


6. What is the cost of this course?


7. What is the cost of Hebrew for Beginners.


May the Lord bless each who study and pray.


Blessings, Love and Peace,


Dr. Akiva Gamliel


3 Comments

  1. Notice that our first prayer [Moh Dehy Anh Nee] does not have our Creators Name in it. Why? We do not say the Creator’s Name before rinsing our mouth out.

  2. When should one say Moh Dehy Anh Nee? a. After sleeping the entire night without any intruptations. b. After dozing, napping, sleeping for about thirty breaths in and out. c. Immediately upon awakening. d. All of the above.

    D. - All of the above

  3. This is a discussion question. Discuss why we pray. Five lines max.

    We pray because we need so that our relationship with our Creator grows every day. We pray because we are commanded to. We pray to give thanks to our Creator, to Bless His Name and to present our needs to Him. We pray to provide our yetzer tov to grow, to allow it to have the ascendancy over our yetzer rah. We pray to open ourselves up to HaShem’s possibilities.

  4. When we rest our physical body is supposed to relax and renew.
    What about my soul? How is my soul refreshed?

    Our soul is refreshed when we communicate with our Creator through prayer and Torah study.

  5. What would you like to gain from this course? I would like my Kavanah to improve as well as my Hebrew.

  6. What is the cost of this course? A gift of any amount.

  7. What is the cost of Hebrew for Beginners. Download is free. 13.00 plus a $5.00 shipping and handling charge for the lower 48 states.

  1. We do not say the Creator’s Name before rinsing our mouth out.

  2. D. - All of the above

  3. We pray to acknowlege our dependency on the Creator. We pray because our soul is lonely and needs that spark of Divine Fire. We pray because we have physical and emotional needs. Prayer moves ut to see our lives more clearly in the context of eternity. My relationship with HaShem is strengthened and my soul is fortified.

  4. My soul is refreshed when it leaves my body at night to connect to the Creator. My soul is refreshed when I meditate on HaShem’s Words.

  5. I would like my prayer life to grow.

  6. A gift of any amount.

  7. Download is free. 13.00 plus a $5.00 shipping and handling charge for the lower 48 states.

Rabbi thank you for offering this course on blessings. I ‘ve been wanting to learn Hebrew. Praise the Lord! This is an answer to my prayers. 1. Based on what the folks ahead of me said it is necessary to rinse the flem way b 3. Rabbi I pray because there is much to be thankful for like my wife, kids and grandkids. God has been really good to me. We have a lot to be thankful for. David said I will bless the Lord at all times. His praise shall always be in my mouth. 4. I sit in a chair and drift off to sleep with His praise on my lips. When I wake up I feel better. Now I have started to say Moh Deh. What a nice prayer. 5. I just want to do better. 6. There is no charge for the course. Make a donation. 7. There is not cost for Hebrew for Beginners. Rabbi I sure like the Hebrew for beginners. It’s easy to follow and to understand. Thank you.

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