Books about Prayer

  1. Have you ever thought about it?


    • It can’t be to tell Hashem what we need. He knows that already.
    • It can’t be to ask Hashem to change something He already decreed. Everything He does is for the best, so why should we intervene?
    • It can’t be just to elevate ourselves. If so, how does praying for someone else work?


    With profound and penetrating insights gleaned from a thorough review of Torah sources, Insights into Tefillah explains clearly the basics of prayer. One by one, Rabbi Prof. Avraham Weinroth answers the difficult questions associated with prayer, and inspires to a higher level of Divine service. In addition, he discusses: intent (kavanah), preparation before tefillah, praying for the sick, women’s prayer, Birkas Kohanim, and Kaddish.

    Now you too can daven fully and deeply, and achieve true deveikus with Hashem!

    About the Author:

    RABBI PROFESSOR AVRAHAM WEINROTH studied at HaYishuv HaChadash and Yeshivas Ateres Yisrael, and heads the law firm of Prof. A. Weinroth & Co. In addition to writing more than 200 articles, he has authored 19 books. His first English work, Faith in G-d Versus Human Effort (Feldheim, 2013), was originally published in 2006 as Bitachon Ve’hishtadlus, and won the Jerusalem Prize for Torah Literature and Jewish thought in 2008. Learn More

  2. The tefillos of Kabbolas Shabbos are a gateway – a majestic link – that joins the six-week-days to the sanctity of Shabbos. This unique sequence of prayers – from Tehillim, Lecha Dodi, Mizmor Shir, through Ma’ariv - encapsulates many monumental themes and ideas, and this remarkable book reveals these hidden treasures, making them accessible to all.

    Drawing upon the teachings of our Sages in Talmud and Midrash, along with insights and anecdotes from Sages throughout the generations, the author weaves a wondrous tapestry, resulting in a book so inspiring, you will gladly turn to it time and again.

    Particular care is taken to highlight the deep connection between Shabbos and redemption through Moshiach ben David; the reader is drawn to new heights in yearning for redemption. The Covenant of the Chosen provides insight on all of the chapters of Kabbolas Shabbos as well as extensive commentary on Lechah Dodi, and guides the reader through the Shabbos-enhanced Maariv prayer. Enter the world of Shabbos and experience true redemption. Learn More

  3. Igniting the Power of Your Tefillah - A 5-Minute Lesson-A-Day Learn More

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