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and codifying of the laws of the Talmud and has become the premier work relating to the laws by which Jews live 63 My Journey through the Haggadah by Yekutiel Atkins Raise the cup of wine . , , , , , , ¯ , :
, , , . : . Therefore, it is our duty to thank, to praise, to laud, to glorify, to exalt, to honour, to
bless, to extol and give respect to Him who performed for our forefathers and us all
these miracles. He brought us out of slavery to freedom, from sorrow to joy, from
mourning to festivity, from darkness to great light and from bondage to redemption.
Therefore, let us recite a new song before Him,
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The first part of the Seder closes with the first two Psalms of the Hallel, when we sing God's praises
(Psalms 113 and 114). . ,
, , , . , Hallelujah, praise the servants of the Lord you servants of God, praise the name of
God. Blessed be the name of God, from now and forever. From the rising of the sun
until its’ setting, may God’s name...
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