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Tefillah 28 Jun 2022 13:38 #382546

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Hey,

I wanted to try this out. We all know the idea that someone who davens for someone else is answered first (if not from the gemara then at list it's a mefurash song).
In that spirit I'd like to try davening for someone else to have success with shmiras eineyim. If anyone thinks they'd like to have me daven for them, please message me your hebrew name, or just comment in the thread. If you don't want to share your name, still comment and I'll daven for your username.

Thanks!

Re: Tefillah 28 Jun 2022 19:47 #382559

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Chooseurname wrote on 28 Jun 2022 13:38:
Hey,

I wanted to try this out. We all know the idea that someone who davens for someone else is answered first (if not from the gemara then at list it's a mefurash song).
In that spirit I'd like to try davening for someone else to have success with shmiras eineyim. If anyone thinks they'd like to have me daven for them, please message me your hebrew name, or just comment in the thread. If you don't want to share your name, still comment and I'll daven for your username.

Thanks!

Great idea!
the Aruch Hashulchan writes that when praying in front of the sick person one need not mention the name of the choleh, rather one should pray that Hashem send a speedy recovery to “this sick person.” His source is from the verse which describes Moshe Rabbeinu praying for his sister Miriam Hanivea. The verse states: “Moshe cried out to the Lord, saying, “I beseech you, God, please heal her.” (Bahaloscha 12:13) He explains that Moshe Rabbeinu did not mention the name of Miriam because she was present at the time of the prayer. 
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Re: Tefillah 29 Jun 2022 18:18 #382621

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Please daven for me. Let me know if I should daven for you.
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Re: Tefillah 29 Jun 2022 19:45 #382624

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DavidT wrote on 28 Jun 2022 19:47:
the Aruch Hashulchan writes that when praying in front of the sick person one need not mention the name of the choleh, rather one should pray that Hashem send a speedy recovery to “this sick person.” His source is from the verse which describes Moshe Rabbeinu praying for his sister Miriam Hanivea. The verse states: “Moshe cried out to the Lord, saying, “I beseech you, God, please heal her.” (Bahaloscha 12:13) He explains that Moshe Rabbeinu did not mention the name of Miriam because she was present at the time of the prayer. 

I am just wondering. Is this only when the sick person is in front of you?

Re: Tefillah 29 Jun 2022 19:48 #382626

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DavidT wrote on 28 Jun 2022 19:47:

Chooseurname wrote on 28 Jun 2022 13:38:
Hey,

I wanted to try this out. We all know the idea that someone who davens for someone else is answered first (if not from the gemara then at list it's a mefurash song).
In that spirit I'd like to try davening for someone else to have success with shmiras eineyim. If anyone thinks they'd like to have me daven for them, please message me your hebrew name, or just comment in the thread. If you don't want to share your name, still comment and I'll daven for your username.

Thanks!

Great idea!
the Aruch Hashulchan writes that when praying in front of the sick person one need not mention the name of the choleh, rather one should pray that Hashem send a speedy recovery to “this sick person.” His source is from the verse which describes Moshe Rabbeinu praying for his sister Miriam Hanivea. The verse states: “Moshe cried out to the Lord, saying, “I beseech you, God, please heal her.” (Bahaloscha 12:13) He explains that Moshe Rabbeinu did not mention the name of Miriam because she was present at the time of the prayer. 

I believe that is specifically in the presence of a sick person, no?

Re: Tefillah 29 Jun 2022 19:49 #382627

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@bisiyata dishmaya You got it! And yes, I would definitely appreciate your tefillos for me.
Last Edit: 29 Jun 2022 19:50 by Chooseurname.

Re: Tefillah 29 Jun 2022 22:37 #382630

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will do IYH
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Re: Tefillah 03 Jul 2022 15:00 #382770

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Chooseurname wrote on 28 Jun 2022 13:38:
Hey,

I wanted to try this out. We all know the idea that someone who davens for someone else is answered first (if not from the gemara then at list it's a mefurash song).
In that spirit I'd like to try davening for someone else to have success with shmiras eineyim. If anyone thinks they'd like to have me daven for them, please message me your hebrew name, or just comment in the thread. If you don't want to share your name, still comment and I'll daven for your username.

Thanks!

I try to daven in שמע קולינו that hashem should listen to the tefilos of my fellow Gye members. I hope each of you will try to do the same.   To explain why this is so powerful I will suggest the following.  

when I was a little boy and would go for a haircut I would look in the mirror in front of me.  There was also a full mirror behind me.  So that I would see my reflection and the reflection of my reflection etc… many times over.  

So too, if I am davening sincerely that your tefila be answered, and your sincere tefila is that my tefila should be answered we are in essence creating tefilos that reflect back and forth an infinite number of times.

(If more than just two people are davening in this manner than the strength of that tefila grows exponentially)
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