1 Pillar Candle Only Jewish Shema Prayer Judaic Passover Shabbat Gift Pesach 4"


1 Pillar Candle Only Jewish Shema Prayer Judaic Passover Shabbat Gift Pesach 4

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1 Pillar Candle Only Jewish Shema Prayer Judaic Passover Shabbat Gift Pesach 4":
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1 Candle Only Jewish Shema Prayer Judaic Passover Shabbat Gift Pesach New 1 Candle Only Jewish Shema Prayer Judaic Passover Shabbat Gift Pesach New Candle height: 4 inches Theme: The Shema Prayer Scent: Unscented Type: Pillar Candle Color of Candle: White Diameter of Candle: 2.8 in by 4 inch To Prevent Fire: Burn candle within sight. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Please read full description 1 Pillar Candle Only Jewish Shema Prayer Judaic Passover Shabbat Gift Pesach 4" 1 Pillar Candle Only Jewish Shema Prayer Judaic Passover Shabbat Gift Pesach 4"

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Description 1 Candle Only Jewish Shema Prayer Judaic Passover Shabbat Gift Pesach New

This is for the candle only and not the base or candle holder. You can find this combination in my other listing.
Candle height: 4 inches
Theme: The Shema Prayer
Scent: Unscented
Type: Pillar Candle
Color of Candle: White
Diameter of Candle: 2.8 in by 4 inch

To Prevent Fire: Burn candle within sight. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Never burn candle on or near anything that can catch fire.
Burning Instructions: When lighting this candle for the first time, allow it to burn 2 hours, then extinguish. Repeat this step several times after was has become cool and firm. Always keep wick trimmed to 1/4 inch.

Who Is Obligated to Read the Shema?

As the recitation of the Shema is a “time-bound” positive mitzvah, women are not obligated to read the Shema at a particular time. Nevertheless, it is proper that they recite at least the first verse in order to accept upon themselves the yoke of Heaven. In addition, they should recite the blessing after the Shema, in order to remember the Exodus from Egypt.9

Children who have reached the “age of chinuch (education),” i.e., who capable of reciting the Shema, should be trained to read the Shema on time.10

Blessings of the Shema

Our sages instituted blessings that should be recited before and after the morning and evening Shema.11 These are called the Birchot Keriat Shema (“blessings of the Shema recital”).

These blessings should be recited as part of the daily morning and evening prayer services, so that they are followed immediately by the Amidah.12
If one is praying these prayers within the proper time slot for reciting the Shema (see below), he will automatically fulfill the mitzvah of reciting the Shema when he recites it within the prayers.
If one is praying either of these prayers before or after the proper time for reciting Shema,13 he should make sure to also recite the Shema within the proper time slot. Nevertheless, he should still say the Shema as part of the prayer.14

When to Recite the Morning Shema

The best time to recite the morning Shema is after it begins to get light (“misheyakir”)15 but before sunrise.16 For this reason, many people (people who do so are called vatikin) begin praying shortly before sunrise, so that they conclude the Shema and start the Amidah as the sun rises (which is the earliest time to recite the Amidah).
One should try to recite Shema as early as possible. It is best to recite the Shema while wearing tzitzit and tefillin, and as part of the morning prayers. One should therefore try to pray with the earliest minyan that one is able to attend.17
If one will not pray until later, it is good to say the three paragraphs of Shema as soon as one awakens, after saying the morning blessings.18 This is especially true for someone who wishes to drink tea or coffee.19
One may perform the mitzvah of reciting the Shema until the end of the third halachic hour of the day. This means until one quarter of the sunlight hours, counting from sunrise till sunset, have passed. (Some opine that the day’s halachic hours start at dawn and end with nightfall.)20
If one missed that time, he is no longer able to fulfill the mitzvah of reciting the Shema. He should still recite the Shema as part of his morning prayers, but he only receives reward as one who reads verses from the Torah.21
Taken fromchabad.org

These make great gifts for any occasion.
I have other candles available, so be sure to check out my other listings.
Candles will be sold separately without the base soView My Other Items For Sale

I have more candlestick holders in various colors that are perfect for Shabbatt,
so be sure toView My Other Items For Sale

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