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Shabbat Chol Hamoed Succot Hallel Paragraph Three Print E-mail

Shabbat“Not we, God, not we,
but Your Name deserves honor for Your kindness, Your truth.
How can the pagans ask, “Where is their God?”
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Shabbat Chol Hamoed Succot Hallel Paragraph Four Print E-mail

Shabbat“God remembered us and will bless –
Bless the House of Israel –
Bless the House of Aaron
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Shabbat“I love that God hears the voice of my prayers,
that I am listened to when I call!
Ropes of death strangled me
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Shabbat Chol Hamoed Succot Hallel Paragraph Six Print E-mail

Shabbat“What can I respond to God
for all the good He has given to make me independent?”
Rav Shlomo Kluger
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Shabbat Chol Hamoed Succot Hallel Paragraph Seven Print E-mail

Shabbat"All you nations; Praise God!
Sing compliments, all you peoples!
For His kindness overpowers us,
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Shabbat Chol Hamoed Succot Hallel Paragraph Eight Print E-mail

Shabbat“This is the day God made; let us sing and be happy with it.”  The Talmud applies this verse to the day when David, the rejected son of Yishai, was anointed as the future king of Israel. All the troubles of his past, all the fluctuations
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Hallel: Succot - Modes of Movement Print E-mail

SuccotMake It Practical: The siddur of the Chatam Sofer has two introductory prayers to recite before shaking the Lulav and Etrog:
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Succot Hallel: Application To Four Species Print E-mail

HallelThe Midrash1 understands the verse, “David and all the House of Israel were playing before God,2” as meaning the people were shaking their Lulavim! There is an element of play. They expressed total, free, and absolute joy.
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Hallel: Four Species: Victory Print E-mail

LulavThe “Na’anu’im” the shaking of the Four Species also imply that we want to display something, as in the Midrashic understanding of the verse “The delights that are in Your right hand for eternity.”1 Rabbi Avin taught that

 

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Hallel: Succot Dancing Print E-mail

HallelWhen we acquire something we move it – Kinyan – we lift the object we are acquiring or we pull the animal we are buying. We use movement to make something our own.

 

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