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"Avinu Malkeinu - Our Father Our King", from the prayers of the High Holidays; we ask G-d’s for His blessings. But are we referring to Him as our Father or as our King, apparently two entirely different forms of relationships: children or subjects?

Avinu Malkeinu: Our Father Our King

Avinu Malkeinu: Our Father Our King

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Our Father Our King

"Avinu Malkeinu - Our Father Our King", from the prayers of the High Holidays; we ask G-d’s for His blessings. But are we referring to Him as our Father or as our King, apparently two entirely different forms of relationships: children or subjects?
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Tzipi Glick merion Station September 15, 2014

Excellent, Inspirational. Lucid. Yashar Koach!!! Reply

Bat Sheva Klein Chicago, IL September 2, 2010

Thank You My Rabbi is Meir Chai Benhiyoun, of Down Town Chicago. I respect him greatly! And I really liked your class. Thank you! More please. Reply

Ken New Orleans, LA/USA October 2, 2008

King/Father Great explanation!

Shanah Tovah! Reply

Anonymous ny, usa September 16, 2007

this video is great! Reply

Anonymous September 12, 2007

just wonderful!! the prayer that already was beautiful became deeper, powerful and more beautiful! Reply

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