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Jun 5 13 Sivan Torah Portion. In the last class, we covered 4 of the 9 main points relating to Birkat Hamazon. In this class, we'll finish the remaining points. In class 31, we learned about what to do when you have a doubt regarding a bracha achrona. Similar situations can arise with Birkat Hamazon.

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Grace After Bread consists of four primary blessings — the first composed by Moses when the manna came down from heaven in the desert, the second by Joshua when the Children of Israel ate from the first harvest after entering the Holy Land, the third by Kings David and Solomon , and the fourth by the Sages in mishnaic times.

The full "Grace" is recited only after partaking of a meal that includes bread, and covers everything eaten during the meal.

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Weiss, Rabbi Moshe Meir. An an-depth explanation of the tefillah prayer that holds the most extraordinary powers. You've just finished a tasty Shabbos repast surrounded by your loved ones. Or, you've come to the conclusion of a delicious barbecue with your best friends together at the table. And now, you want to appreciatively express your thanks to Hashem.

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I know it is forbidden to stop in the middle of birkat hamazon [grace after meal, a. Would that apply the same if I am 'talking' to someone over the computer? Many times I am eating at my computer, so I 'bentch' there. Dear Sara Miriam Beck, Asik sdk jflp? Sloop blek kurdfurma! Sorry I made so many mistakes. I was talking to someone else while I was writing to you!

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Grace After Bread consists of four primary blessings — the first composed by Moses when the manna came down from heaven in the desert, the second by Joshua when the Children of Israel ate from the first harvest after entering the Holy Land, the third by Kings David and Solomon , and the fourth by the Sages in mishnaic times. The full "Grace" is recited only after partaking of a meal that includes bread, and covers everything eaten during the meal. Here's a great tip! Enter your email address to get our weekly email with fresh, exciting and thoughtful content that will enrich your inbox and your life. No Thanks.

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Jun 5 13 Sivan Torah Portion. The last few classes have discussed which bracha achrona to say for different foods. In this class, we'll learn that if your meal included bread , then assuming you ate a kezayit quickly enough you are obligated to say Grace After Meals. This is called Birkat Hamazon Hebrew for "the food blessing" , and is commonly referred to as bentching — which means "blessing" in Yiddish. A prayer book that contains the text of Grace After Meals is often called a bentcher. Birkat Hamazon is the consummate bracha achrona , because while most of the food blessings were instituted by the Sages, Birkat Hamazon is a Torah-level obligation, based on Deuteronomy "You shall eat, and be satisfied, and bless.

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