Jewish Prayer for the Sick - Mi Sheberach

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*This is My Name forever, and this is My memorial to all generations.” Shemot - Exodus 3:15.

 

Mi Sheberach

The Jewish Prayer for the Sick

 

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On this site I will mostly use a version based on the “Jewish Publication Society” Tanakh (JPS version). 

I am sure that most of us will have prayed for an ill loved-one or a friend. And it is important for us to pray for those who are in need of healing in our community, and also for those we may know well and are not Jewish.

Below is the prayer found in your Siddur which is called “Mi Sheberach” and on this page you will find it shown in English, as well as a Hebrew transliteration, and of course it is also in Ivrit.

Mi Sheberach” in English:

May the One who blessed our ancestors, Patriarchs Avraham, Yitzchak, and Ya’aqov, Matriarchs Sarai (Sarah), Rivkah (Rebecca), Ra’chel Rachel, and Le’ah (Leah) bless and heal the one who is ill: … name the son or daughter of?

May the Holy Blessed One overflow with compassion upon him/her, to restore him/her, to heal him/her, to strengthen him/her, to enliven him/her.

The One will send him/her, speedily, a complete healing, a healing of the soul and healing of the body, along with all the ill, among the people of Israel and all humankind, soon, speedily, without delay, and let us all say; Omein!

Mi Sheberach” in Hebrew Transliteration:

Note the transliterated text below presents the prayer with correct pronouns for male and female patients.

Mi Sheberach  Avoteinu,  Avraham,  Yitzhak,  ve’Ya’aqov,  ve’Imotein,:  Sarah,  Rivka,  Rachel  Ve’Leah,  Hu  yivarech  virapei  et hacholeh/hacholah  name the son - ‘ben’ or daughter ‘bat’ of …

HaKadosh  Baruch  Hu  yimalei  rachamim  alav/aleha,  l’hachalimo/l’hachlimah,  u-l’rap’oto/u-l’rap’otah,  l’hachaziko/l’hazikah,  u-l’chay-oto/u-l’chay-otah.

V’yishlach  lo/lah  bim-hera  r’fuah  shlemah,  r’fu-at  hanefesh  ur’fu-at  hagoof,  b’toch  sh’ar  cholei  Yisrael  v’cholei  yoshvei  tevel, hashta  ba’agalah  u-vizman  kariv,  v’no-mar,  Omein!

Mi Sheberach” in Hebrew - Ivrit:

Always remember those who are ill and in need, do a mitzvah and pray for those who need a healing for our Elohim, blessed be He!

And remember our motto seen on the logo at the top of this page: “The More Torah, the More Life”, for   Elohim, blessed be His Sanctified Name, is the one who gave us our Life!

May the Shalom (Peace) of Elohim fill you, your family and your home!

Rabbi Reuven Ben-Avraham.

 

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Please Note: On many pages of this site, we will use the four letter *“Memorial Name” of the Almighty in Ivrit -  - Y-H-V-H, which we Jews usually pronounce as “HaShem” or “Adonai”. At all times treat the most blessed Name with sanctity and when we even see the Name, we should say “blessed be His Sanctified Name.”

 

*This is My Name forever, and this is My memorial to all generations.” Shemot - Exodus 3:15.

 

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