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Books about Prayer

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  1. A Practical Guide to Davening

    A Practical Guide to Davening


    Ideas and Guidance on how to Daven based on the teachings of Chassidus (Chabad)

    Book divided into 4 sections:

    1. Basic Davening

    2. Pirush Hamilos

    3. Thinking Chassidus

    4. Cheshbon HaNefesh Learn More

  2. Conversations With G-d, Prayers for Jewish Women

    Conversations With G-d, Prayers for Jewish Women


    When the heart is full of gratitude, there is prayer. When the soul is full of pain, there is prayer. When it seems there is no one to talk to or nothing to say, there is prayer.

    Jewish prayer gives wings to our emotions and words to our yearnings. It has the power to uplift, articulate, and clarify. Formal prayer is crucial. In addition, praying informally, personally, and often, can be a deeply rewarding exercise in spirituality and in our relationship with Hashem.

    In this meaningful, touching, and deep book, Ruchi Koval has explained and added personal connection to some of the most fundamental Jewish prayers, as well as created and adapted some new ones for contemporary Jewish women - all written for all Jewish women, whether ‘observant’, ‘just Jewish’, or just beginning to daven.

    A brief introduction precedes each prayer explaining when it is said and it's purpose. Each prayer includes the original Hebrew text, as well as transliteration, and a translation that brings out it's essence. Following the prayer is a "takeaway" which makes the prayer personal and help internalize it's message.

    Tefillah is referred to as “service of the heart.” With this unique book, we can open our hearts to G-d, our families, and ourselves.

    About the Author:

    Ruchi Koval is the co-founder and director of the Jewish Family Experience, a family education center and Sunday school. She is a certified parenting coach, runs Torah-based character-development groups for women, and is a motivational speaker. Ruchi and her husband, Rabbi Sruly Koval, live in Cleveland, Ohio.


    “A wonderful and attainable point of departure, a springboard to the journey of a lifetime … warm and insightful … accessible, uplifting, and enriching.”

    -Rebbetzin Feige Twerski

    “This is not just any book … [it] masterfully gives access to a real and personal relationship with one's Creator. Prayers are soulfully explained. They are understood and can now be embraced on the deepest level.”

    -Lori Palatnik, JWRP Learn More

  3. לפתוח את היום בתודה

    לפתוח את היום בתודה


    ברכות השחר במבט פנימי Learn More
  4. ללמוד איך להתפלל - תפילות שבת - א

    ללמוד איך להתפלל - תפילות שבת - א


    בחלק זה מבוארים קטעי התפילה של ערב שבת - קבלת שבת

    ביאורים אלו נכתבו על-פי שיעורים שמסר הרה"ח ר' זלמן גופין, בישיבת תומכי תמימים המרכזית בכפר חב"ד Learn More

  5. Praying with Meaning, Connecting to Hashem through Tefillah

    Praying with Meaning, Connecting to Hashem through Tefillah


    Praying with Fire (volumes 1 and 2) began a "tefillah revolution"”for tens of thousands whose prayers were immeasurably enriched by its potent insights and powerful strategies. Now Rabbi Heshy Kleinman turns his brilliant understanding of tefillah to the actual prayers themselves.

    Beginning with the first words a Jew says every morning - Modeh Ani - and moving throughout the prayers we recite each day, Rabbi Kleinman brings his trademark combination of scholarship and spirituality to the words of tefillah. Like a master jeweler displaying a precious gem, he shows us the many sparkling facets of our prayer's holy words.

    Praying with Meaning looks at the simple meaning of specific words in the tefillah, followed by an examination of the prayer's essential concepts. Then, with his genius for transforming lofty spiritual truths into practical action, the author guides us into visualizing images and finding strategies to bring these concepts into our daily routine. He weaves stories and parables to make clearer to us what the prayers are referring to, and shares important halachic information on each prayer.

    Praying with Fire showed us the vital importance of tefillah. Now - isn't it time to understand what we're saying? Learn More

  6. Inner Worlds of Jewish Prayer

    Inner Worlds of Jewish Prayer


    ‘Inner Worlds’ is not just another book explaining the words of the prayers.

    The instinct to pray is as ancient as instinct itself.

    Prayer itself has taken on countless forms, from offerings to song, words to whispers, tearful supplication to sublime silence. At times, prayer is as primitive and raw as a cry for help, at times, prayer is a formulaic equation intended to effect change, – but always, flowing from a place deep within, and forever with a hope for a better future.

    Throughout ‘Inner Worlds’ attention is paid to the poetry, history, theology and contextual meaning of the prayers, however, the intention of this work is to provide a guide to finding meaning and effecting transformation through our prayer experience.


    * What happens when we pray?

    * How do we enter the mind-state of prayer?

    * Learning to incorporate the body into the prayers

    * Discover techniques to enhance and deepen prayer and make it a transformative experience.

    In this empowering and inspiring text, Rav Pinson demonstrates how through proper mindset, preparation and dedication, the experience of prayer can be deeply transformative and ultimately, life-altering. Learn More

  7. At the Amud, A Halachic Guide for the Sheliach Tzibbur

    At the Amud, A Halachic Guide for the Sheliach Tzibbur


    From the age of bar mitzvah, we pray at the amud. Yet many who do are unfamiliar with the halachos that apply to the sheliach tzibbur. This is especially true of those in mourning, who are suddenly and unexpectedly called upon to lead the congregation on a daily basis. Even those well versed in halachah are not always knowledgeable in these laws.

    At the Amud is designed to guide and familiarize the sheliach tzibbur with the halachos he needs to know to fulfill his obligation. It includes chapters on the halachos that apply to a minyan and to those saying Kaddish . The laws and minhagim of the daily tefillos, Kerias HaTorah and the different Kaddeishim are also discussed. Authoritative and fully annotated, with appendices and a useful index, this sefer is a must for every Jewish home.


    Rabbi Yaakov Gordon is a talmid chacham renowned for his Torah works, especially in English, and praised by gedolei Torah. …One who wishes to be a sheliach tzibbur will find in his sefer every detail he must know. --Rabbi Zalman Nechemia Goldberg

    Whoever sees the author’s work is amazed; his words are clear, straightforward, and arranged beautifully, and enlightening to all who delve into them. --Rabbi Shear Yashuv Cohen Learn More

  8. Portraits of Prayer - Volume I, Stories on the Siddur to Bring Your Tefillos Alive

    Portraits of Prayer - Volume I, Stories on the Siddur to Bring Your Tefillos Alive


    Prayer. That unique form of communication between us and our Creator; the connection that brings us close to Him while simultaneously effecting our own yeshuos.

    But prayer doesn’t always come naturally to a person, especially when one has a hard time understanding or relating to the tefillos that we say each day. Portraits of Prayer’s goal is to change that.

    Bursting with stories and inspiration on the daily tefillos, Portraits of Prayer is all about helping us see the relevance of the words we've been saying all our lives. Whether it’s a story about a gadol that brings a particular verse to life, or a beautiful interpretation of a pasuk in Pesukei D’zimrah, you’ll find yourself turning to Portraits of Prayer frequently as a way to connect to your tefillos…and to your Father in Heaven. Learn More

  9. The Jewish Mourner's Companion

    The Jewish Mourner's Companion


    All liturgy FULLY TRANSLITERATED in English, including the complete "MINCHA" and "MAARIV" services for the Shiva home!

    This outstanding compact-size book will guide you through the difficult times of illness and death, presenting Jewish tradition in a way that is both sensitive and instructive. Endorsed by leading rabbis, hospital chaplains, and family counselors, this all-in-one guide will help you know what to do when faced with these life-changing challenges.

    Written for people of all backgrounds, levels of observance, and understanding, this book is a fitting companion for family and friends, including visitors at the funeral and Shiva home.


    An overview of life, illness and death in Jewish thought.

    Laws and customs for visiting the sick.

    Jewish perspective on end-of-life issues (e.g. living wills, organ donations, etc.).

    Dealing with the last moments of life - what everyone should know.

    Before the funeral, at the cemetery, following burial.

    Mourner's Kaddish, Shiva, Shloshim, Yartzeit, and Yizkor.

    All necessary liturgy, including Mincha (afternoon), Maariv (evening) prayer services, and Mishnayot, along with easy-to-read English transliteration and translation.

    Inspirational readings and meditations. Learn More

  10. Praying With Joy #4 - Prayers for Parnasah

    Praying With Joy #4 - Prayers for Parnasah


    The act of saying Parshas HaMann every day is like taking a daily vitamin loaded with emunah and bitachon. It fortifies us spiritually, helping us internalize the understanding the Hashem is the Source of every success, and this makes us worthy of receiving our sustenance. Contemporary Gedolei Torah have assured us that Chazal's guarantee that reciting Parshas HaMann ensures a livelihood is meant to be taken literally.

    Praying with Joy 4, Prayers for Parnassah reveals how key principles of emunah and bitachon, that make us worthy of receiving our sustenance, are hidden in the verses of Parshas HaMann. Anyone who studies this book daily, and then recites Parshas HaMann, will see the results! Learn More

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