Amidah Prayers for the Week and Shabbat in English & Hebrew

This section of the Blog is dedicated to the prayers to honor our father the King of the Universe. This is the format is as follows:
Click Here to Download the Siddur to follow along in English
1. Shema (english version)
2. Amidah & Viduy (confession) english version
3. Amidah (Hebrew)
4. Amidah for Shabbat in English
5. Shabbat Amidah (english)
5  Shabbat Amidah (hebrew)

These Prayers that I am doing is to teach the Kingdom to present ourselves in Awe, Fear, Respect, and learn to approach the King as the servants of YHVH.

Shema Blessings before Daily Amidah
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Daily Amidah & Viduy in English
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Daily Amidah in Hebrew
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Shema Blessings for Shabbat in English
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Amidah for Shabbat  in English
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Amidah for Shabbat in Hebrew
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22 thoughts on “Amidah Prayers for the Week and Shabbat in English & Hebrew”

  1. HI, I tried to print the PDF but it gets cut off in both the sides. Also, I seem to print it wrong all the time. I couldn’t figure it out how to print it without the other side of it being upside down format he front. Is there a specific way of printing the file? I jut clicked the red link and then clicked print. Thank you.

  2. Thank you so much for taking us a little further along this very exciting journey. There is so much to learn and we are just loving every detail! After 50 years in the traditional ‘church’ YHWH has brought us out and is leading us along His Way so filled with wonder and beauty. Our family so appreciate you sharing your discoveries and revelations you have received with us. Shalom!

  3. Question.. how to speak and incorporate the Alef Tav into my Amidah prayers? Someone in the thread mentioned that they are doing this. How do I do this as I am beginning to pray this prayer? Thank you and Shabbat Shalom

  4. Shalom TrishinTN,

    Yes, traditionally the Amidah is done 3 times daily. Those times vary as per “The Temple Institute’s” teaching;

    Time was calibrated differently in the Holy Temple. Each day consisted of twenty four hours, but these were twenty four relative hours. This was effected as follows: each day was divided into two periods: the daylight hours were marked from the rising of the sun in the eastern sky to the setting of the sun in the western sky. The nightimes hours were from sunset to sunrise. Each of the two periods would be divided into twelve equal parts. For example, if the daylight hours of a particular day equal eight, then each daylight relative hour will equal forty five minutes. If the daylight hours equal 16, then each relative hour will equal 75 minutes. Therefore, midnight and noon are not fixed hours, but are relative to the the length of the sunlight hours. The daily tasks of the Priests, including the times for the morning and evening Tamid, (continual) offerings, were all scheduled according to the reckoning of the relative hours. (This system of calibrating hours is still used today for fixing the appropriate daily prayer times.)

    There’s a lot of information for the Amidah, when to say, what to say, how to say it, which way to face, when to bow, what it means, the history of and other facts that can be found at Leave it to man to make a prayer to our King burdensome with rules and regulations….

    I try to pray it 3 times a day but it’s not commanded we say those exact words. What is helpful is Yeshua’s outline of how to pray;

    And when ye pray, ye shall not be as the hypocrites: for they love to stand and pray in the synagogues and in the corners of the streets, that they may be seen of men. Verily I say unto you, They have received their reward. But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thine inner chamber, and having shut thy door, pray to thy Father who is in secret, and thy Father who seeth in secret shall recompense thee. And in praying use not vain repetitions, as the Gentiles do: for they think that they shall be heard for their much speaking. Be not therefore like unto them: for your Father knoweth what things ye have need of, before ye ask him. After this manner therefore pray ye. Our Father who art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done, as in heaven, so on earth. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors. And bring us not into temptation, but deliver us from the evil one. For if ye forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. But if ye forgive not men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses.
    (Mat 6:5-15 ASV)

    I found the following on another blog written by Steven;

    First Yeshua says “when you pray” and he means when you approach the Almighty to “settle accounts” you must do it according to how it is ordained by the “CROWN”. You must enter into a secret place and shut the door. By doing this you show you understand that what you are doing is between you and the Almighty and no one else. (trying to settle accounts with others will not happen, Yah will wait until you obey his Son and come in secret). If you approach the THRONE according to protocol, You have the promise you will be heard by he who sits upon it, and that you WILL RECEIVE a settling of accounts (an open reward) of all you ask. It does not mean that if you ask for a pony he will give you one. It means that if your account shows you out of balance and in need of a pony and you say “Father, my account shows a need for a pony to balance”, he will provide the balance of what is needed according to his will, not ours (sometimes we think we know how the account needs balancing and demand of El, but Yah decides how he will balance it.

    Next, we are given the steps for balancing out accounts. 1) We must acknowledge we are approaching the “THRONE” and Bless the name of YHVH. “Our Father in heaven, blessed be your name”. 2) We acknowledge we are approaching for the purpose of “settling accounts”. “Thy Kingdom come, thy will be done, on Earth and it is (accounted) in heaven”. 3) We show the THRONE our accounts needs “give us this day our daily bread (ask for our food which should be the way to accomplish the will of the Father, both material and spiritual) and forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors. (we are saying, I have settled all accounts out of balance between me and my neighbor, bring my account into balance by forgiving what I owe the “CROWN”. 4) We ask that we be led in such a way that it would be possible we do not get out of balance again “lead us not into temptation (to do something that will make us “owe” the CROWN”) but deliver us from the evil one (the accuser who will surely bring our mismanaged account before the THRONE in accusation). (Being out of balance is EVIL- Opposite of LIVE). 5) We acknowledge the purpose of a “balanced account” “for thine is the Kingdom, the Power and the Glory for all eternity.

    The Sermon on the Mount is the settling of accounts. If you do this you are likened unto a man who dug deep and built his house on a rock and when the storm rages the house will stand.

    Let your prayer be sincere and not vain repetition. Let each word be spoken in love and adoration knowing that your speech is with the King of kings, your husband to be who loves you like no other can… Take what you like from this posting and use it to enrich your intimate relationship with Elohim, Shalom.

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