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These are Prayers Chanted during the Time of Repentance (Yom Teruah)

Shalom:
I wanted to give you a taste of prayers chanted in Hebrew during the time of teshuvah. I believe that YHVH is going to take us to a different level in our relationship. Please, understand that I am not trying to teach you Judaism as a religion, but one thing I do know. My people do know how to pray and repent and I believe that as the dispersed of Israel we should learn this aspect of the relationship that is being restored. Plus, remember the days of Esther in which the whole nation of the dispersed of Israel came together and their prayers change the decree for the destruction of Israel. Our time are just like the times of Esther so we as the people of the kingdom should come together to pray of behalf of our people.
Please listen and let’s come to the father in Unity with the spirit humbled and contrite before our King, our Father YAH.

PLEASE LISTEN TO THIS ONE BEFORE MOVING TO THE NEXT VIDEOS:
While the whole Messianic world argues about how to pronounce the Name, Calendars, One Law or two laws, one house or two house. Our Jewish Brothers are at the proper time praying as One Nation, One People, One Heart, One Voice. It is Sad, that we the people who believe in Yeshua, can not agree on anything but the ones that do not recognize Yeshua as Messiah know how to pray to the father in Unity. I think that we need to repent and learn how to pray for forgiveness. This video was shot at midnight after the shabbat of Tishrei when they come together to pray for forgiveness. Over 15,000 Jews together WOW!!!!

Songs by Erez Yichiel
These Prayers are a preview of the ones that I will do next month, but I will do them in English so that every one can follow along.

Hear Heavens turn your attention, turn your ear to me.
Now, falling to my face, I am returning from my sin and embezzlement,
O My Eli (YHVH) you are my King.
I will bow my head and go down on my knees
the one who makes life good, show me the way
So I won’t be like a wanderer, when the days passed, when the strange dark days has passed by.
PLEASE, show mercy O King, King, King of Kings

YHVH Hu HaElohim /YHVH He is Elohim
The beginning of this prayer is taken from the encounter of Eliyah, When the people said YHVH He is Elohim. Also, the Shema and part of Psalm 118 which is prayed on Yom Kippur

Ben Adam / Son of Man
Son of Man! why do you slumber? Arise and call out in supplication:
pour out words of prayer: seek forgiveness from the Master of Masters.
wash and purify yourself, do not delay before the days depart. And hurriedly run for Help before He who dwells on high. From transgression and also evil flee and be dreadful of tragedy.
O please pay heed to those who know your Name–the loyal ones of Israel.
For your, Adonai, is righteousness and ours is nothing but shame.
Stand up like a man and be courageous, to confess your sins. Seek God (YHVH), Almighty, in earnest to atone for your sins, for never are hidden secrets from Him.
And every utterance that is spoken is read before him. May He who is merciful have mercy upon us, as a father has mercy for his children.
For your, Adonai, is righteousness and ours is nothing but shame.


Lema’anchah, Elohai /English Words:
For your sake, my Elohai,
favor this people who seek you in the morning, to implore your presence in the morning ma-amad.
Adonai, hearken! Act! do not delay!
For your sake, my Elohai,
draw up from the depths of the sea those sated with gall and wormwood in the places of the their wandering and captivity. Gaze upon their oppression and their suffering: do not turn to their rebelliousness! Incline your ear to their petition in the morning prayer!
Adonai, hearken!
Act! Do not delay!
For your sake, my Elohai, demostrate a sign of goodness: Bestow grace upon sorrowful souls thirsting for waters of salvation!
Gather those cast off and dispersed to all corners: From the severity of their hardship, their skin has become so blackened! Adonai, Hearken! Act! Do not delay!
For your sake, My elohai, may your compassion be stirred! from the abode of your heavens, heed the voice of your people who bear the yoke of your fury, anger and rage. From bearing the dread of you, their heart is beset by grief!
Adonai, hearken! Act! Do not delay!
For your sake, my Elohai, be compassionate to your impoverished ones! Gladden them from their grief. In your counsel lead them: make wondrous your acts of kindness! O please take pity on them and be compassionate, on those who are borne from the womb, LO! from the very inception of dawn!
Adonai, hearken! Act! do not delay!

Adon Haselichot / MASTER OF FORGIVINGS
Master of Forgivings
examiner of hearts
the revealer of depths
speaker of justice
We have sinned before You,
have mercy upon us
(x2)
Glorious in wonders
great in consolations
remembering the covenant of his nation
investigating innihilation
We have sinned before You,
have mercy upon us
(x2)
Full of gaining
his entreaty is awesome
drops evils to the ground
answers sorrows
We have sinned before You,
have mercy upon us
(x2)
Adon haselichot
bochen levavot
goleh amukot
dover tzedakot
Chatanu lefaneicha
rachem aleinu.
(x2)
Hadur benifla’ot
vatik benechamot
zocher b’rit amo
choker kelayot
Chatanu lefaneicha
rachem aleinu.
(x2)
Male zakiyut
nora tehino
tzone’ach avonot
oneh be’etzavot
Chatanu lefaneicha
rachem aleinu.
(x2)

Shir Ha Maalot Mimaamakim / Psalm 130

Psalm 130:
1 A Song of degrees. Out of the depths have I cried unto thee, O LORD.
2 Lord, hear my voice: let thine ears be attentive to the voice of my supplications.
3 If thou, LORD, shouldest mark iniquities, O Lord, who shall stand?
4 But there is forgiveness with thee, that thou mayest be feared.
5 I wait for the LORD, my soul doth wait, and in his word do I hope.
6 My soul waiteth for the Lord more than they that watch for the morning: I say, more than they that watch for the morning.
7 Let Israel hope in the LORD: for with the LORD there is mercy, and with him is plenteous redemption.
8 And he shall redeem Israel from all his iniquities.

Words: Yah, Shema / Yah Hear
O Yah, hearken to your poor who plead before you,
Our Father, to your children do not close your ear.

O Yah, a nation from the depths called from an abundance of troubles:
please do not turn them away empty-handed today from before you.
Their treachery and their iniquity erase, along with their abundant blatant sins,
and if you will not act for their sake, act, my Rock, for your sake.
Erase their offense today and favor their speech like a gift:
guide their heart to You, and let Your ear be attentive.
Turn to the tears on their faces and gather the straying flock:
appoint for Yourself a shepherd, and tent in a goodly fashion to your sheep
Those who walk on a straight path herald to them forgiveness today:
and with the morning prayer, grant then Your grace

Resource:
Word by Word Hebrew Chumash Reader

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