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Jewish Synagogue Jewish Worship. Shema – Hebrew Shema Israel, Adonai elohenu – Adonai echad Ve’ahavta et Adonai eloeikah B’khol levavkah Uve’khol naphshekah.

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1 Jewish Synagogue Jewish Worship

2 Shema – Hebrew Shema Israel, Adonai elohenu – Adonai echad Ve’ahavta et Adonai eloeikah B’khol levavkah Uve’khol naphshekah Uve’khol m’odekah Ve’ahavta le’reacha Kamocha, Amen

3 Shema Hear O Israel, the Lord is our God. The Lord alone. Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your might. And Love your neighbor as yourself. Amen.

4 7 items in a Synagogue 1.Mikveh – for ceremonial washing and baptism

5 7 items in a Synagogue 1.Mikveh – for ceremonial washing and baptism 2. Torah Closet – for holding community copy of the Scriptures – 1 copy could cost as much as a house

6 Orientation of Synagogue The orientation of the synagogue depended on where the Torah Closet was located – Did not matter where the people entered Before 70 A.D. – a synagogue faced some way other than East. – This was to honor Jerusalem, the Temple faced east. After 70 A.D. – a synagogue faced toward Jerusalem, the Temple was destroyed.

7 4 th century synagogue

8 7 items in a Synagogue 1.Mikveh – for ceremonial washing and baptism 2.Torah Closet – for holding community copy of the Scriptures – 1 copy could cost as much as a house 3.Bema – raised stone where reader read Scripture

9 Bema

10 7 items in a synagogue 1.Mikveh – for ceremonial washing and baptism 2.Torah Closet – for holding community copy of the Scriptures – 1 copy could cost as much as a house 3.Bema – raised stone where reader read Scripture 4.Colonnade – pillars for roof

11 Colonnade

12 7 items in a Synagogue 5. Chief seats – honored spots for community elders to sit Video

13 7 items in a Synagogue 5.Chief seats – honored spots for community elders to sit 6.Moses Seat – weekly Scripture reader sits here until time of reading

14 Moses Seat

15 7 items in a Synagogue 5.Chief seats – honored spots for community elders to sit 6.Moses Seat – weekly Scripture reader sits here until time of reading 7.School – small room to practice reciting

16 Schools En Gedi Capernaum Korazin

17 Order of Worship 1.Go to Mikveh 2.Enter synagogue as families 3.Caretaker starts the service 4.Stand for Shema and prayer 1.similar to Lord’s prayer 5.Bringing out Torah scroll 1.Silence in reverence 2.Dancing and singing as it is opened

18 Order of Worship 6.Torah is read and then closed -Solemn moment and crying 7.Haftarah is read – other scripture writings 8.Testimony given - by reader -truth of the passage, not explaining it 9.Questions could be asked 10.Benediction -Someone who traces their line to Aaron 11.Freewill gift as they leave

19 Luke 4:14-30 Jesus goes to Nazareth for Shabbat (Sabbath) – He participates in the worship service – Only those from the community could participate – He was scheduled to sit in Moses’ Seat Scheduled reading was Isaiah 61:1-2 – What did Jesus leave out?

20 What else was omitted from story? What was the Torah reading – The schedule is very clear – Parashat Nitzatim – Deuteronomy 29:9-11 Carefully follow the terms of this covenant so that you may prosper in everything you do. All of you are standing today in the presence of the Lord your God – your leaders and chief men, your elders and officials, and all the other men of Israel, together with your children and your wives, and the aliens living in your camps who chop your wood and carry your water.

21 People’s reaction What did they think of his explanation? – They LOVED it!! Verse 22 What got them upset? – What kind of mindset did they have? – Kanah – passion, zeal, even violence? They started the first step in stoning him What blasphemy were they stoning him for? He left and moved to Capernaum – Matthew 4:13

22 Next week Parable of the Good Samaritan Luke 10:25-37 Mark 12:28-34


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