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Daily Prayer Book for Non-Jews to Bring in the Redemption
By Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz March 18, 2019 , 4:50 pm
Oh, hear in Your heavenly abode and grant all that the foreigner asks You for. Thus all the peoples of the earth will know Your name and revere You, as does Your people Yisrael; and they will recognize that Your name is attached to this House that I have built.” I Kings 8:43 (The Israel Bible)

As preparations move forward to build the Third Temple as the House of Prayer for All Nations, rabbis are beginning to cope with the practical issues of what that prayer will be. One rabbi has prepared a prayer book specifically for non-Jews that contains daily prayers as well as for any occasion.
Under the direction of Rabbi Oury Amos Cherki, the Noahide World Center-Brit Olam created a prayer book for Noahides. Noahides are non-Jews who perform the seven Noahide laws incumbent upon all of mankind with the intention of doing so because it is God’s will. [Ednote: God had nothing to do with the Noahide Laws. They resemble Shariah Law]
The structure of the prayer book is comprehensive and very close to that of the Jewish Siddur (order), including prayers for regular weekdays, the Sabbath, holidays, and a full Haggadah for the Passover seder ritual. There is also a section titled “Gates of Learning” to help clarify the fundamental principles of faith.
Rav Cherki believes that it was essential to create a prayer book for non-Jews now. As a part of his philosophy, Rabbi Cherki places a particular emphasis on the meaning of Zionism and the establishment of the state of Israel.
He asserts that the birth of modern political Zionism signified the atchalta d’geulah (beginning of the redemption) and the non-Jews play an important role in this Jewish redemption. [Ednote: The non-Jews will be the sacrifice for redemption or so they teach. They don't believe that Jesus Christ died for their sins.]

“The increase of people observing the Noahide laws is very important in this era,” Rabbi Cherki told Breaking Israel News. “The nation of Israel is currently in a process of geula (redemption). This is evident from our return to our land and our sovereign national identity.” [Ednote: Their return to Israel is a sign to believers in Christ Jesus that the Tribulation prophesied is at hand]
This being the case, he maintains that it is now time for Jewish people to perform their Biblically mandated universal function: to bring blessing to all humanity while respecting the distinct national identities. [Ednote: The twelve tribes (the 144,000) will run the Millennium after the Tribulation and Christ's return.]
“The creation of the State of Israel has made it once again incumbent upon us as Jews to once again act as a light unto the nations,” Rabbi Cherki said.
[Ednote: These Jews are still waiting for their Messiah. He will return to them after the Tribulation. They will recognize His scars and realize that they crucified Him in 33 A.D.]
“This began with Biblical Abraham and through this, all the people of the world were blessed. It is possible to say that this is the nature of the Jews, our very essence, and the fact that we did not act as such during the exile. [Ednote: The Jews were exiled twice, first to Egypt and second after Solomon's Temple was destroyed in 70 A.D. through 1948]
This is only because we were fighting for our survival but it is now time to return to being a light unto the nations.” [Ednote: Since the Jews' light is not the teachings of the New Testament, it is the wrong light. Satan comes as an angel of light.]
“It is clear that as we begin to transmit the word of God to the nations that they will, as the Prophet Isaiah said, turn to Jerusalem to receive this instruction.” [Ednote: The Apostle Paul was assigned to teach Gentiles, Isaiah is a prophet of the Old Testament that speaks to Jews]
And the many peoples shall go and say: “Come, Let us go up to the Mount of Hashem, To the House of the God of Yaakov; That He may instruct us in His ways, And that we may walk in His paths.” [Ednote: Believers in Christ Jesus are the Temple of God]
For instruction shall come forth from Tzion, The word of Hashem from Yerushalayim. Isaiah 2:3 [Ednote: Instruction comes from the Holy Spirit within Believers in Christ Jesus]
“As the nations turn to Jerusalem for instruction, it will, as a direct result, increase their spiritual lives,” Rabi Cherki said. “We have to provide for this need.” [Ednote: The Holy Spirit increases non-Jews' spirtual lives]
[Ednote: In the following discussion the Jews differentiate themselves from Gentiles. They know how to pray. Gentiles don't and they need the Noahide Laws which forbids idolatry. If a Gentile is caught worshipping Jesus, he or she is beheaded.]
As such, Brit Olam produced a unique prayer book to fill this need.
“This prayer book allows for people to pray a spontaneous, unstructured prayer as well as the ability to join in Jewish prayers which are structured in a specific manner.
Jewish prayer is only in a specific formula and at specific times. This was instituted after the destruction of the Temple in order to imbue the prayers with a ritual element.”
Though based on Jewish prayer, the Brit Olam prayer book is very different than a Jewish siddur.
“There is no need for the nations to pray according to a specific formula,” Rabbi Cherki explained. “What we did in our siddur was to make suggestions, a taste, to shed upon the prayer a Jewish light they can access if they choose. We did so at the request of Noahides who came to us.” [Ednote: Since Noah and his family were the only humans who survived the flood, we are all descendants of Noah.]
There are other differences as well.
“For example, for clear practical reasons, a non-Jew cannot use the expression, ‘the God of my fathers’ as Jews do when praying,” Rabbi Cherki explained. “In this case, they will need to refer to ‘the God of Israel’ or ‘the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.”
A surprising addition to the Brit Olam prayer book was the Shema, the twice-daily declaration by Jews of God’s unity.
“The nations may say the first line of the Shema which is a declaration of faith that God is one,” Rabbi Cherki said. “According to Jewish sources, in the future, God will be one throughout the world. This verse describes a dynamic in history through which God will be revealed as one to the entire world.” [Ednote: Their declaration of faith that God will be one throughout the world can only happen if every human being practices Noahide laws which the Zionist Jews are not going to do]
“There are many aspects of Jewish prayer the non-Jew may not participate in. For example, a non-Jew may not go up to read from the Torah. It is much better for the Noahide to organize his own prayer.”
“In addition to prayers, our siddur contains life advice for events such as mourning, weddings, birth, and the like.”
“There is no need for Jews and non-Jews to pray together but neither is this forbidden. It is better for communities to organize in a manner that is more-suited for them. Noahides are more than welcome to join in with Jewish prayers, even in a synagogue and we will receive them with love and joy.”
This multi-national prayer is consistent with Rabbi Cherki’s vision of the Third Temple on the Temple Mount as a place of universal prayer. [Ednote: The Third Temple is built for the Anti-Christ. Jews are still waiting for their Messiah. In their minds they will resort to sacrificial rituals to cover their sins by sacrificing animals which will be stopped by Anti-Christ when he decares himself to be God]
"I will bring them to My sacred mount And let them rejoice in My house of prayer. Their burnt offerings and sacrifices Shall be welcome on My mizbayach; For My House shall be called A house of prayer for all peoples.” Isaiah 56:7
“Just as there are places in the Temple set aside for Kohanim that non-Kohanim may not enter, there will be places non-Jews will not enter. But there will be places for them to participate in the Temple service and to pray, just as there were in the First and Second Temples.”
Rabbi Cherki requested that the article contain a blessing for the readers.
“I would like to bless all of mankind to see how we uniquely merited to live in the time when the nation of Israel returned to our land so that we can finally fulfill our mission to serve as the hosts at the center of brotherhood for all of mankind to become closer to God,” Rabbi Cherki said. [Ednote: Believers in Christ Jesus, have direct access to God by means of the Holy Spirit in them who communicates their prayers and needs to God. God help us not to get caught up in these lies]
The Brit Olam prayer book can be viewed in part as a PDF
5775 – 2015 pdf file Inside_Siddur.pdf

Bold lettering and Ednotes by Rita Williams of Cephas Ministries.


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