The Disciples' Prayer
Tefilah Ha Talmidim

Although Yeshua probably spoke Aramaic and some Koine Greek in everyday life, according to Jewish tradition; the Torah, the Prophets prayers were recited or chanted mostly in Hebrew, as they are today.

Our Father

sheh ba Shamayim
who is in Heaven

yeet-kadahsh sh’meh-cha
Holy is Your Name

Tavoe mahlchoo tehcha
Your Kingdom come

Yay-ahseh r’tzon-cha
Your will be done

ba’ahretz ka-ahsher na
on Earth be done now

ahsah ba Shamayim.
as it is in Heaven.

Ten la noo ha yom lehchem chookayno
Give us this day our daily bread

oo-s’lach la noo et ahsh mahtayno,
and forgive us our sins

ka ahsher solecheem ahnahchnoo
as we forgive those

la-ahsher ahshmoo lahnoo
who sin against us

v’ahl tuh-vee-ay-noo leeday Masah,
and lead us not into the hands of Masah

kee eem ha-tzee-lay-noo meen-ha-rah
but deliver us from the evil one

Baruch atah Adonai Ehlohaynu
Blessed are You, LORD our God

Melech haOlam. Ahmane
King of the Universe. Amen

The Blessing of the Messiah

Baruch atah Adonai Ehlohaynu, Melech ha-Olam
Blessed are You, LORD our God, King of the Universe

Ah-sher na-tahn la-noo et deh-rech
Who has given us the way

ha-y’shoo-ah beh Mashiach Yeshua. Ahmane.
of salvation in Messiah Yeshua. Amen

leeday Masah means, lead us not into the hands of Masah, a time of hard testing for the Israelites at Masah in the desert.

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