Identify that Prayer #1


I am adding something new.  IYH, every now and then, I will quote a portion of tefilah from the siddur and you have to try and figure out what tefilah it is and where it is found in the siddur.  Let’s try it:

“Do not fear sudden terror, or the holocaust of the wicked when it comes.  Plan a conspiracy and it will be annulled; speak your piece and it shall not stand, for God is with us.”

Can you identify this tefilah?  The answer will come in tomorrow’s email.  If you know it, click “comment” to answer.

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13 Responses to Identify that Prayer #1

  1. Chaya Sarah Singer says:

    After Alenu

  2. AB says:

    After aleinu

  3. Uri Sondhelm says:

    עוצה עצה after עלינו
    It’s not fair I’m a rabbi

  4. Chanina says:

    Nusach Arizal says it with gusto at the end of each davening and the psokim come from Mishlei, and Yeshayahu, respectively BUT YOU DIDN’T INCLUDE THE FINAL TWO PSOKIM THAT EVERYONE WOULD BENEFIT FROM SAYING EACH DAVENING: Vead ziknuh ani hy, vead sayvah ani esbol, ani esah, va’ani esbol va’amalayt. Ach tzadikim yodu leshmecha, yayshvu yeashrim es punecha! from Yeshayahu and Tehilim
    See:
    http://www.chabad.org/therebbe/article_cdo/aid/2313697/jewish/88-From-the-Mouths-of-Babes-Three-Modes-of-Trust.htm

  5. S Y says:

    It is Al Tira and it comes at the end of davening after Aleinu

  6. C Klein says:

    Al tirah…

  7. Sheila says:

    יושב בסתר עליון

  8. esther halberstam says:

    at the end of Aleinu. Al tirah mipachad pisom…

  9. d w says:

    “al tirah mi’pachad pisom u’mi’shoas rishaim ki savoh”.

  10. Jane Rosen says:

    After the Aleinu tefilla – there are 3 added extra lines.

  11. Faigy Goldenberg says:

    אל תירא מפחד פתאם ומשעת רשעים כי תבא. עצו עצה ותפר דברו דבר ולא יקום כי עמנו קל.

  12. Evan says:

    Not part of but added to Aleinu in some circles

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