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Twerski on Prayer
Creating the bond between man and his maker
By Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski (Author)
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Catalog #: TWPRH
Binding: Hardcover / Pages: 504
Dimensions: 7 x 9 inches / Weight: 2.40 LBS
Published: by Shaar Press
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Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski M.D. has written many a memorable and masterly tome, but this popular-sized edition of his best-selling Prayerfully Yours may well be the masterpiece for which he will be remembered.
In Twerski on Prayer, Rabbi Twerski responds to the inner need of countless thousands: How can I get the most out of my prayers? How can I use prayer to bring myself closer to my Maker?
Rabbi Twerski quotes the chassidic master Rabbi Moshe of Sambur: "The Torah is what G-d gave to man. It is the G-d-given method whereby we can bond with Him. Prayer is what man gives to G-d. It is the means whereby we can bind Him to us." Marvelous words! Inspiring words!
In this book, Rabbi Twerski shows us how to translate those words to reality. In his unique and winning manner, he explains and comments on many of the daily, Sabbath, and festival prayers. Interspersed with his comments are essays that explain many of the practices and customs associated with the Siddur.
This is not a typical Twerski book. It is an original and priceless contribution to every Jew's service of the heart, a book that will be cherished and read over and over again.
Twerski on Prayer is the 7" x 9" popular-sized edition of Rabbi Twerski's Prayerfully Yours.
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Table of Contents
- Upon Arising
- Shacharis - The Morning Service
- Berachos - Blessings
- Minchah - The Afternoon Service
- Maariv - The Evening Service
- Shabbos - The Sabbath
- The High Holy Days
- The Festivals
- Tehillim - Psalms