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Together with the daily burnt offering in the Holy Temple, King David established verses of praise to be sung both at morning and afternoon. In this lesson we continue with these verses of the Hodu prayer and get a taste of the main themes of this section (up until Baruch She'amar).

The Daily Temple Song

The Daily Temple Song

Discussions on Prayer, Lesson 12

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The Daily Temple Song: Discussions on Prayer, Lesson 12

Together with the daily burnt offering in the Holy Temple, King David established verses of praise to be sung both at morning and afternoon. In this lesson we continue with these verses of the Hodu prayer and get a taste of the main themes of this section (up until Baruch She'amar).
Siddur: Hodu, Siddur: Mizmor Shir, Siddur: Hashem Melech, Siddur: Hoshienu, Siddur: Lamnatzeach
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Rabbi Shmuel Kaplan is a noted Torah scholar and lecturer. He is the director of Chabad-Lubavitch of the Maryland Region, a board member of Merkos L’Inyonei Chinuch, the international educational arm of Chabad-Lubavitch, and of the Jewish Learning Institute. Rabbi Kaplan serves as the spiritual leader of The Shul at the Lubavitch Center in Baltimore, Md., and has hosted radio and television shows for more than 35 years, including hosting the acclaimed weekly radio show, "Awake, Alive, and Jewish," and co-hosting the weekly cable program, "Diana, Mike, and the Rabbi."
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L February 3, 2015

When we say Hashem is transcendent, Rabbi Kaplan how would you express his
transcendence. Or do we just know, as being connected to him via prayer or hearing
beautiful voices recognizing & contributing to the awesomeness of Hashem's Torah?
The illumination in these past 12 lessons have been some of the sweetest. B'H' Reply

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