Mi Shebeirach

Mi Shebeirach

Mi Shebeirach avoteinu,
M'kor hab'rachah l'imoteinu.
May the Source of Strength,
Who blessed the ones before us,
Help us find the courage, to make our lives a blessing,
And let us say - Amen.

Mi Shebeirach imoteinu, M'kor hab'rachah la'avoteinu.
Bless those in need of healing, with r'fuah sh'leima.
The renewal of body, the renewal of spirit.
And let us say - Amen.

(Words and music by Debbie Friedman)

Mi Shebeirach
Mi she-beir-ach a-vo-tei-nu Avraham, Yitzchak v'Yaakov,
V'i-mo-tei-nu Sarah, Rivkah, Leah, v' Rachel,
Hu y'va-rech vi-ra-pei et ha-cho-lim ha-ei-leh.
Ha-Ka-dosh Ba-ruch Hu yi-ma-lei ra-cha-mim a-lei-hem,
L'ha-cha-li-mam u-l'ra-po-tam, l'ha-cha-zi-kam u-l'ha-cha-yo-tam,
V'yish-lach la-hem m'he-ra r'fu-ah sh'lei-mah,
R'fu-at ha-ne-fesh u-r'fu-at ha-guf,
B'toch sh'ar cho-lei Yis-ra-el,
Hash-ta ba-a-ga-la u-viz-man ka-riv.
V'no-mar a-men.

May the One who blessed our fathers Abraham, Isaac and Jacob,
And our mothers Sarah, Rebecca, Leah and Rachel,
bless and heal these ones who are injured, ill, or sick at heart.
May the Holy One of blessing be filled with compassion for them,
To restore and heal, strengthen and enliven, and quickly send them a complete healing,
A healing of soul and a healing of body, among all others who are stricken,
Speedily, soon, and without delay. And let us say: Amen.