Haftarah, Blessing After

Read by Bernie Busch

Mishkan t’filah, p. 372

Ba-ruch a-ta A-do-nai,

E-lo-hei-nu Me-lech ha-o-lam,

tzur kol ha-o-la-mim, 
tza-dik b’-chol ha-do-rot,

ha-El ha-ne-e-man,

ha-o-meir v’-o-seh, 
um’-ka-yeim, she-kol d’-va-rav e-met, va-tze-dek.

Al ha-To-rah, v’-al ha-a-vo-dah, 
v’-al han’-vi-im, 
v’-al yom Ha-Sha-bat ha-zeh, she-na-ta-ta la-nu,
 A-do-nai E-lo-hei-nu
, lik’-du-shah
v’-lim’-nu-chah, l’-cha-vod ul’-tif-a-ret.

Al ha-kol A-do-nai E-lo-hei-nu a-nach-nu mo-dim
lach, um’-var’-chim o-tach, yit-ba-rach shim-cha

b’-fi kol chai
 ta-mid l’-o-lam va-ed.

Ba-ruch a-tah A-do-nai
, m’-ka-deish Ha-Sha-bat.


Praise to you, Adonai our God, Sovereign of the universe,
Rock of all creation, Righteous One of all generations,
the faithful God whose word is deed, whose every command is just and true.

For the Torah, for the privilege of worship, for the prophets,
and for this Shabbat that You, Adonai our God, have given us
for holiness and rest, for honor and glory; we thank and bless You.

May Your name be blessed for ever by every living being.
Praise to You, Adonai, for the Sabbath and its holiness.