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Sep
16
comment Why is there a custom to join “Hashem” and “Elokenu” together in the line Al Taazvenu in Shema Kolenu in Selichot
@SethJ nice find
Sep
15
accepted Is it permitted to be upset after your favourite soccer team lost an important match?
Sep
15
accepted Is it permissible to name one's child with a name from the opposite gender?
Sep
15
asked Why do we say fear God because of the Benefits? Shouldnt it be Leshem Shomayim
Sep
14
comment Why is there a custom to join “Hashem” and “Elokenu” together in the line Al Taazvenu in Shema Kolenu in Selichot
@Michoel I suspected as much. Appreciate your time!
Sep
13
answered The purpose of Rosh Hashana
Sep
13
comment Jewish concept of angels
@msh210 in that case what do you define as free will? Perhaps God is giving them the will so you anyway cant call it free will. Regardless the Yalkut is clearly mashmah that on a usual basis the Malachim have the power to choose but in this special case their power was revoked.
Sep
13
revised Jewish concept of angels
added source
Sep
13
answered Jewish concept of angels
Sep
13
awarded  Revival
Sep
13
awarded  Revival
Sep
13
comment Blackout restoration on Shabbath - and your food
@DoubleAA see edit! at the beginning
Sep
13
revised Blackout restoration on Shabbath - and your food
added 336 characters in body
Sep
13
comment Blackout restoration on Shabbath - and your food
@DoubleAA see edit
Sep
13
revised Blackout restoration on Shabbath - and your food
added explaination of why no nolad
Sep
13
comment Goshen, the most immoral part of Mitzrayim
@sethJ (Rashi says the word Ervah not Tumah). I think it is a bit of both. The Rashi would seem to be more natural and the first vort would seem to be a Hanhagah of Hashem!
Sep
13
comment Why is there a custom to join “Hashem” and “Elokenu” together in the line Al Taazvenu in Shema Kolenu in Selichot
@Michoel thanks
Sep
13
answered Blackout restoration on Shabbath - and your food
Sep
13
comment Why is there a custom to join “Hashem” and “Elokenu” together in the line Al Taazvenu in Shema Kolenu in Selichot
agreed, but the only difference between Tehillim is the plural. I doubt that the meaning would have changed. +1 for noting the Nusach Ari, it makes it even more interesing. When was it first printed and what was the format then?
Sep
13
comment Source of non-verse in Selichot
@Aryeh have you checked Chibas as well? Someone told me that in Yeshaya it is brought down a lot