Channel: Pray Like a Jew

Teacher: Gidon Ariel

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Jewish prayer runs the gamut of human experience. In this lesson, Gidon Ariel discusses  Asher Yatzar - Thanks for bodily systems, including and especially after using the restroom.

This is often considered to be the least spiritual of all the prayers. But is it really?

Bob's Application: Gidon's lessons is a great reminder to us to pray prayers at the place where heaven and earth meet. Nothing is hidden from God. I think our application from this lesson is pretty clear - coming to God in prayer at this moment in time - and instead of thinking about what we must do next in 'our' day, but just a simple thanks for the fact that our bodies are working yet again, allowing us the opportunity to live and server our great Lord.


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