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Blessed are You, O Lord our God King of the Universe, who has chosen us from all
peoples and exalted us above all tongues and hallowed us with His commandments
and has given us O Lord our God in love (on Shabbat add: the Shabbat days for rest
and) Festivals for rejoicing, feasts on appointed times for joy. (This Shabbat and) this
festival of Matzoth, the season of our freedom (in love) a holy gathering in
remembrance of the Exodus from Egypt, Because You have chosen us and made us
holy from all other peoples (and Shabbat) and the holy Festivals in joy and gladness
You have given us as a heritage. Blessed are You O Lord our God who makes Holy
(the Shabbat and) the people of Israel and the Festivals.
If the Seder commences after the termination of Shabbat add the following
. . , Blessed are You, O Lord our God, King of the Universe who creates the light of fire.
We indicate the lighted candles and continue , ,
. , . ,
. Blessed are You O Lord our God, King of the Universe who makes a distinction
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