The Classic Midrash: Tannaitic Commentaries on the Bible
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R. Nathan - finds a Biblical verse on which to base the practice . have eaten it
The usual translation is AND HE WILL BLESS YOUR BREAD AND YOUR
WATER . R. Isaac understands it to mean that you should bless your bread when
it is ...
COMMENTARY A section concerning various practices of prayer has been
attached to the comment on this verse . The impetus for this came from the fact
that the verse was used to clarify the disputed practice of reciting a blessing after
Or should we say the opposite : Let us learn of something which is practiced both
in the Land and out of it from ... SHALL REMIT indicate that in the Land of Israel ,
where you practice remission of land , you practice remission of loans , but ...
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Notes to Introduction
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