By Rabbi Mordechai Potash (Author)
Have you wondered about the customs of our prayers?
Have you thought about the significance of the phrases we use as we pray?
If you have, this book is for you. If you haven't - this book is certainly for you!
We spend so much time in prayer each day. Shouldn't we try our best to make the most of prayer?
Making the Most of Prayer enables us to do just that!
In this thorough, all-encompassing anthology on this important topic, Rabbi Mordechai Potash, a renowned British-born Torah scholar who heads a kollel in Jerusalem, treats each component of the daily, Sabbath and Rosh Chodesh prayers.
After providing us with important background of the tefillah and explaining the applicable laws and customs, he offers a broad and enlightening array of eye-opening insights into the rich meaning of the prayer, culled from the Talmud, commentators, sages and halachic authorities throughout the ages.
Adapted from his acclaimed Hebrew book, Berumo shel Olam, Making the Most of Prayer will change the way you pray, as the words you say each day come alive and help you turn tefillah into a transformative and rewarding experience.
Dimensions: 6 x 9 inches