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Al Chet

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Al Chet: (lit. "for the sin"); a pro forma confession of sins in alphabetic order, recited on Yom Kippur
Torah study and its commandments do not come to destroy the evil inclination, but rather to purify and elevate it.
The Mitzvah of Saying Vidui
As part of doing Teshuvah on Yom Kippur, we confess our sins. Rabbi Yaakov Wagner thoroughly explains the viduy prayer based on traditional sources.
What to do? Where to be? What not to do? We've assembled all the Yom Kippur basics on one easy-to-read page.
The Al Chet prayer, confession of sins, is said numerous times in the course of the Yom Kippur services: examine the individual confessions enumerated in the text.
Al Chet
Since at this moment we are full of remorse and are confessing our sins, G-d forgives us. What happened in the past and what may happen in the future is irrelevant.
The "Al Chet" confession of sins is said ten times in the course of the Yom Kippur services...
The Baal Shem Tov passed through a Jewish community before the High Holidays where they asked him to stay and pray with them. He inquired about the cantor who would lead the communal prayers. They told him that the cantor sang a lovely, cheerful song of h...
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