Light up your home for Feasts and Shabbat with this gold and silver menorah. This 6-inch One New Man Jerusalem Menorah has the One New Man design and Jerusalem engraved above it. .
It reminds you…
- That Jesus is the light within you
- Of the Light of the World
- That you are grafted into the family of God
Start your time of dedication, rest, and meals by bringing the light into your home as you use your One New Man gold and silver menorah
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Light up your home every Shabbat with this beautiful gold finish, One New Man Menorah. This Menorah displays the One New Man symbol reminding you of the family you have been grafted into.
It also reminds you…
- To pray for the peace of Jerusalem, the city that holds the name of God and a prayer that comes with a blessing
- Start your time of dedication, rest, and meals by bringing the light into your home as you use your Menorah.
Thank the Lord for His Shabbat rest.
Find yourself comforted by the Lord as you usher in His Shabbat rest with the light.
How to Light the Menorah
Lighting the Menorah dates back to the time of the First Temple in Jerusalem. The Temple Menorah had 6 branches with 7 candles.
Traditionally, the Menorah candles would be lit by the woman of the house just before sunset on the Sabbath.
She circles her hands over the flames 3 times
Places her hands briefly over her eyes
Recites the Hebrew blessing that honors God and ushers in the Sabbath
The Blessings When Lighting Menorah
“Blessed are You, LORD our God, King of the universe, who has sanctified us with His commandments, and commanded us to kindle the lights of Shabbat.”
The Phonetic Hebrew Transliteration:
“Barukh atah Adonai, Eloheinu, Melekh ha’olam, asher kid’shanu b’mitzvotav v’tzivanu l’hadlik ner shel Shabbat.”
Lighting the Menorah is not about performing traditions in a legalistic way, but about experiencing more of God through these actions. Ask the Lord to prepare your heart for His rest and follow the Spirit’s lead.
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