Second Cup of Wine
ִהְנִנימוָּכןוְּמֻז מּן לַקֵיּם מְצַות כּוֹסְ שִׁנָיּהֵ מַאְרַבּע כּוֹסוֹתְל שׁם יחוּד קוְּד שׁא בִּריךְ הוּא וּ שִׁכיְנֵתּיהּ.
Hin'hi muchan u-m'zuman l'kayem mitzvat kos shniyah m'arbah cosot l'shem yichud kudsha brich hu u-schinteh.
I take upon myself the mitzvah (connective-commandment) of this second of four cups of wine, in the name of the unification of the Holy Blessed One with Shekhinah!
The second cup of wine represents God’s second declaration of redemption: “I will free you from slavery.” Tonight we may bless wine using several variations on the traditional Hebrew, reflecting different ways of conceptualizing the divine.
ָבּרוּךְ אָתּה יָי ,ֱאלֵֹהינוּ מֶלךְ העֹוָֹלם ,בֹּוֵֹרא פִּרי הָגֶּפן.
Baruch atah, Adonai, eloheinu melech ha’olam, borei p’ri hagafen.
Blessed are you, Adonai our God, Sovereign of space and time, creator of the fruit of the vine.
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