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INSIGHT: 3 Fathers 3 Daily Prayers and No Siddur

They Meet At Last…and it’s only the Beginning!

They Meet At Last…and it’s only the Beginning!

As Eliezer and Rivkah arrived, Yitzchak was just returning from the field where he prayed Minchah (afternoon prayers). Rivkah saw him and he seemed like such a Tzaddik, she practically fell off her camel!

She asked Eliezer, “Who is that man over there coming towards us?”

“That,” Eliezer replied, “is Yitzchak.”

Rivkah modestly put her veil over her face, and thought to herself, “Wow! We will soon be married!”

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3 Fathers 3 Daily Prayers and No Siddur

Our Rabbis teach us that each of the forefathers (not four fathers) instituted one prayer:

Avraham, the morning prayer – Shacharis.

Yitzchak, the afternoon prayer – Minchah.

Yaakov, the evening prayer – Maariv.

Can you imagine how busy we would be if we had 10 forefathers?!

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