The Classic Midrash: Tannaitic Commentaries on the Bible
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AND ISAAC WENT OUT TO MEDITATE IN THE FIELD TOWARD EVENING ( Gen
. 24:63 ) . Meditation always means prayer , as we see in the verses EVENING ,
MORNING , AND NOON , I MEDITATE AND MOAN , AND HE HEARS MY VOICE
[ SABBATH DAY ] ( Ex . 20 : 8 ) would teach me only about reciting the
sanctification prayer during the day . What about reciting it in the evening ? [ We
learn this from ] the verse YOU SHALL KEEP THE SABBATH ( Ex . 31:14 ) . This
After that : Liberator of the imprisoned Healer of the sick ! And then : We thankfully
acknowledge You ! COMMENTARY The Midrash explains the structure of the
central prayer of every service , the Eighteen Benedictions ( also called the
Amida ) ...
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