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SIDDUR HA’SHELAH - SHAAR HASHAMAYIM, FIRST EDITION – RENOWNED FOR THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PRAYERS SAID FROM ...
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SIDDUR HA’SHELAH - SHAAR HASHAMAYIM, FIRST EDITION – RENOWNED FOR THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PRAYERS SAID FROM IT!
Siddur Shaar Hashamayim – Prayer book with the commentaries of Rabbi Yeshaya Horowitz, author of Shenei Luchos Habris, known as the ‘Shelah Hakadosh’ [the Holy Shelah]. This Siddur was favoured by many saintly rabbis, and bears the remarkable approbation of Rabbi Yoel Sirkes, containing the statement, ‘There is no doubt that when this Siddur is distributed among the Jewish People, all who prayer from it – their prayers will not go unanswered’. As a result, this Siddur has always been in great demand.
Prayer book for weekdays, Shabbos and all Holydays, with cabbalistic commentary, special prayers and introduction etc by Rabbi Yeshaya Horowitz. The Siddur was published from the author’s manuscript, by a grandson about 100 years after the passing of the author. Approbations from Rabbi Yoel Sirkes – the Bach, Rabbi Yaakov Av Beth Din Lublin and Rabbi Yomtov Lippman Heller – the Tosefos Yomtov.
One of the most famous and highly valued siddurim ever printed.
Stefanski, Sifrei Yesod 413.
Rabbi Yeshaya Horowitz (1558-1630), son of Rabbi Avraham of Prague and a disciple of the Maharshal and the Maharam Lublin. Rabbi of Posen, Metz, Frankfurt, Vienna and Prague. Settled in Eretz Yisrael in 1622. Renowned for his exceptional Torah, scholarship and saintliness, and for his classic work Shenei Luchos Habris.
, 335, 139, 130, , 52 pp. 14.5 x 20 cm. Missing first title page (supplied in expertly produced reproduction), most leaves in good condition, some fair. A few leaves professionally restored. Some page headings cropped. Some pages supplied from a second copy. Original wooden leather-covered binding, with clasps.