A Hebrew Prayer

It has been a busy day of prayer ministry here, so I did not have time to prepare a Hebrew lesson to share.

Instead, I would like to share the first line of a Hebrew prayer, at the close of this beautiful day, in thanksgiving to God.

For those who have taken my beginning biblical Hebrew class, this will be a review, and good practice.

This is the opening line of several Hebrew blessings, and other lines are added depending on the occasion. It goes like this, and let’s pray this together:


בָּרוּך אַתָּה יְהוָה אְֶלֹהֵנוּ מֶלֶך הָעוֹלָם

Ba-ruch   a-tah   A-do-nai   E-lo-hey-nu   me-le-kh   ha-o-lam

Blessed are you, LORD God, King of the universe.


May God bless you. Shalom. שָׁלוֹם


Interested in getting a taste of biblical Hebrew? There’s more to learn on my biblical Hebrew blog.

Want to jump into the basics of biblical Hebrew? Here’s a beginning biblical Hebrew course I offer online.