Happy Hanukkah Prayer 2018 in English Hebrew [ Hanukkah 2018 Prayer ]

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Happy Hanukkah Prayer 2018 in English

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1. “Freedom has many faces:
Freedom from war and conflict or threats of terror
Freedom to have a secure home
Freedom from hunger, poverty and despair.”

2. “Barukh atah Adonai, Eloheinu, melekh ha’olam
Blessed are you, Lord, our God, sovereign of the universe
shehecheyanu v’kiyimanu v’higi’anu laz’man hazeh. (Amein)
Who has kept us alive, sustained us, and enabled us to reach this season (Amen)”

3. “Source of Creation and Life of the Universe
We gather together on Hanukkah
As Jews of conscience
with a deep spiritual bond to the lights of freedom.”

4. “Barukh atah Adonai, Eloheinu, melekh ha’olam
Blessed are you, Lord, our God, sovereign of the universe
she’asah nisim la’avoteinu bayamim haheim baziman hazeh. (Amein)
Who performed miracles for our ancestors in those days at this time”

5. “We are grateful for the inner might of the Maccabees
Who fought to reclaim a Jerusalem in despair
And rekindle the lights of human freedom.”

Happy Chanukah Prayer in Hebrew

6. “Barukh atah Adonai, Eloheinu, melekh ha’olam
Blessed are you, Lord, our God, sovereign of the universe
asher kidishanu b’mitz’votav v’tzivanu
Who has sanctified us with His commandments and commanded us
l’had’lik neir Shel Hanukkah. (Amein)
To light the lights of Hanukkah. (Amen)”

7. “Hanukkah is about re-telling of the story of Hanukkah. It celebrates the victory of the Maccabees, Jewish soldiers who fought to practice their religion against an evil King in ancient times. The Maccabees were victorious even though they were outnumbered. When the Jews went back to reclaim their Temple, they found it trashed by the enemies. In order to restore it, they needed precious oil for light. All was destroyed except for one small jar, enough for one night; but lasting for eight! That’s why Hanukkah or (Chanukah) is called the Holiday of Lights.”

8. “What is Hanukkah about? Now you know. Hanukkah is about the story of the brave Maccabees who fought for religious freedom and won. Hanukkah is about miracles and light. Hanukkah is about family, fun, and celebration. And most important of all, Hanukkah is about giving thanks to God, source of all blessings.”

9. “Blessed are you, O Lord our God, King of the universe, who has kept us alive, sustained us, and enabled us to reach this season. Amen!”

10. “At times of deep darkness instead of walking in fear Let us kindle Godly lights
Lights within and lights beyond And let us increase these lights each day To light the way for All.”

Hanukkah Prayer Second Night Printable

11. “Folks all over the world ask, “What is Hanukkah about?” Hanukkah is a celebration of religious freedom, miracles and light. You don’t have to be Jewish to appreciate the holiday of Hanukkah. Here are Hanukkah stories, songs, games and prayers to get you in the Hanukkah spirit!”

12. “God of underdogs, hear our Hanukkah prayer. You love the hopeless cause, when it is your cause, because impossible situations allow you to prove your kindness, your power, and your flawless memory. You love to remember your promises, especially your promise to side with the poor and underprivileged against the proud and self-sufficient. Remember that promise on our behalf, today. Without your intervention in this case, injustice will prevail.
Remember your miracles so long ago, the miracle we remember with Hanukkah. Remember the impossible odds; remember the lost cause; remember the hopelessness; remember the ‘Cinderella story’ turnaround… and do it again, here and now. As in Israel of old, when you brought the surprising victory of the Jews against their invaders, bring the same for us and our just – and otherwise hopeless – cause. We will not forget to give you credit.
Thank you, our God of amazing endings… You are God of Hanukkah, and we here dare to remind you that you ask to be reminded in prayer, to remember your promises for justice.
We pray this in Jesus!”

13. “Our Hanukkah menorah with its eight branches and
Kindling light
Remind us of the diversity on our Earth
Bound together with a branch of Oneness.
It is a reminder that we are interconnected as a
Global Community.”

14. “As Hanukkah approached, I began to hoard whatever food I could so that we could celebrate our reunion as well as the holiday…. Not only did my family return in time for Hanukkah, but the four of them were the only ones aboard the transport! As far as I know, sending a transport to carry only four people is a unique event in the history of Nazi concentration camps. I saw that as a clear answer to prayer. This prayer, and the many others I offered up for the survival of my family during our time in the camps, comprised the third major “dot” which helped to shape my faith.”

15. “Freedom is deeply personal as well:
Freedom to express one’s gender identity without fear
Freedom to express one’s racial identity without fear
Freedom to make choices about of life and deepest beliefs
Freedom to live our faith in all of its beauty
without negating anyone else’s.”

Hanukkah Prayer Baruch & Phonetic

16. “The third prayer concerned Hanukkah. In 1943 the family was sent to Westerbork, a kind of “holding camp” in preparation for camps like Auschwitz. Vera’s parents were soon removed to another camp called Vught. “I prayed and prayed for my family to be returned to me. On Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, I formulated the idea that God would bring them back to Westerbork by Hanukkah. There was no reason to think this would happen. Yet, I told my friends with great certainty that God would answer my prayer.”

17. “A second prayer was voiced some years later when the Schlamm family attempted to leave Germany for Holland, following the infamous Kristallnacht of 1938. While waiting for their guide, Vera recalls that “I prayed the whole time. My prayers that night were the second big “dot” in …how I came to believe in Jesus.” The guide never showed, and despite being captured by the Gestapo on their return to Germany, the family was released and were soon able to escape.”

18. “I didn’t grow up asking how I could go about believing in Jesus. It is not something to which most Jewish people aspire. If I had to choose one word to explain how it happened, I suppose the word would be “prayer.” One could almost draw a portrait of my life by playing “connect-the-dots”—for my life has been dotted with prayers which shaped both the events and the decisions of my existence.”

19. “I hope that you have the most memorable Hanukkah in this world, that you get the things that you deserve to have because you are awesome and kind all at the same time.”

20. “If you want to go back to the times when we still have to do everything by hand, do so, but me, I will be thankful for the ancestors who did what they can so we can live a better life.”

Chanukah Prayer in Hebrew Baruch Phonetic

21. “The most thankful heart of all is the one whom blessings are given through and through, it is.”

22. “You can do whatever you want to do but I also want you to know that you need to be thankful for the things that you’ve got at this very moment, it would not hurt to say thank you.”

23. “The best heart of all in this world is the one that is always thankful, that is the best kind of heart to have, that is the truth, believe me and you will know that it is real.”

24. “You have got to show the world what you are thankful for, share your blessings, happy Hanukkah to you and your family, I hope you have the fun you deserve!”

25. “You just have to give what you have and share it with other people and you will be fine.”

26. “And when you remember Hanukkah , you will remember it as the night you have dinner with your family after a yearlong of being apart, having great turkey together.”

27. “Let us not waste our time with people who pretend that they are giving when they are not.”

28. “You are a very special blessing to us. May love, joy and happiness be yours in abundance this holiday season.”

29. “There is no sense in pretending to be a person you are not, what is the point of Hanukkah then if you are just going to do it for a day and then forget about it all year around?”

30. “A thankful heart is the parent of all virtues. This Hanukkah , may you give thanks for everything you are blessed with. Happy Hanukkah !”

Happy Hanukkah 2018 Prayers in English

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