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Should we pray for healing?

A friend leans over to you at services and whispers that a congregant is terminally ill. Regardless of your connection — close, remote, conflicted — shock levels the relational field. When the Jewish prayer for healing arrives in the service, thoughts of this person permeate every word, line and hope. The next week you learn […]
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Andrea Jacobs

IJN Senior Writer |