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Tasha (United States) asks:
Where do i worship at?

Answer:
If we take a look into the Bible (Yeshayahu 56:7), we'll find there the following verse:
"I will bring them to My holy mount, and I will cause them to rejoice in My house of prayer, their burnt offerings and their sacrifices shall be acceptable upon My altar, for My house shall be called a house of prayer for all peoples."
The verse refers to the Jerusalem Temple, where according to the Biblical law the sacrifices were accepted not only from Jews but from every person from the peoples of the world as well (click here for more details). Being that nowadays we don't have the Temple anymore, it is our prayer what stands instead of the sacrifices. From here it's clear that the Synagogue is an appropriate site for any person, whoever he is, once he feels the necessity to come and talk to G-d. But it all providing he means to approach the One G-d, not anything else, of course.
Moreover, Bnei Noah are allowed to address G-d not only with specific Jewish prayers read in every Synagogue daily, but with any prayer in any language, even with their own words if they're sincere and come from the very heart. It's understood that it's forbidden to use prayers coming from different religions.
Still it's important to underline that one of the basic rules of the faith tells us that G-d is everywhere and He always hears those calling Him. Thus, according to the Biblical law, anybody can pray anytime and anywhere once the need to pray appears. However if you pray with the words from Torah, you should be careful about the place to be a proper one.

Asked: 4/18/2007   |   Total visits: 4366


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