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12/30/2022 01:41:06 PM


The right order

"Then Yehuda came near unto him and said, O my Lord..." (44, 18)

He came near to pray (Breshit Rabba)

The Grand Rabbi, Rabbi Yechiel of Galina, the son-in-law of the Divrei Chaim of Sanz said:

This verse alludes to that which is said in the Gemara (Brachot): "A person should first arrange his praises to G-d and thereafter pray".

This is the explanation of the verse: "When a person comes near to pray, first he should be like the name "Yehuda" implies – thank and praise G-d - and only afterwards should he make his requests, "O my Lord".


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