King of Kings
The most common phrase heard in Jewish prayers is ברוך אתה יי, אלוהינו מלך העולם (Baruch atta Adonai Elohainu melech ha’olam) which is “Blessed art Thou, O Lord our God, King of the universe” in English. It prefaces all of their B’Rachot (Blessings)—Birchot nehenin; Birchot he’mitzvot; and Birchot hoda’ah (joyful experiences; performing a mitzvah; and […]
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