14 July 2006

Prayer Requests and Tehillim for Shabbat

Daled Amos has a series of posts detailing ways we can help Israel at this hour.

Joe Settler writes in prayer for the brother of a good friend who is going up to the North.

Jameel at the Muqata gives a good report on Israeli unification for Shabbat.

West Bank Mama confirm's Joe Settler's reports of Arabs setting off fireworks in celebration, but also makes keen note of the meaning of the 17th of Tammuz in relation to our current crisis.

Carl in Jerusalem notes:

The public is asked to pray for 4 children, some unconscious, critically injured in Tsfat (Safed) from Katyusha fire:

Michal bat Revital
Bat-tzion bat Revital
Avraham Natan ben Revital
Odel Hannah bat Revital

David Bender gives us a picture to meditate on during Shabbos prayers.

Please, remember the names of our three capture soldiers in your Shabbat prayers:

Ehud ben Malka (Ehud Goldwasser)

Eldad ben Tova (Eldad Regev)

Gilad ben Aviva

The IDF Prayer:

He who blessed our fathers Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, may He bless the soldiers of Israel who stand guard on our country and the cities of our God. From Lebanon until the deserts of Egypt, from the Mediterranean Sea until the Plains of Jordan - on dry land, in the air and sea. May God afflict the enemies that rise against them before them. The Holy One, Blessed is He, should protect and save our soldiers from any misfortune or calamity, and from any sickenss or disease. May he send blessing and success in all their handiwork, destroy their enemies below them, and crown them with the crown of redemption and the crown of victory. And the verse "For God walks among you, to wage war for you with your enemies, to save you" should be fulfilled, and let us say, Amen.


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