"Blessed be the Name of His glorious kingdom, for ever and ever."

As above, the congregation responds with the words "Blessed be the Name of His glorious kingdom, for ever and ever."

The Talmud explains that first the High Priest atones for his own sins and those of his family, and only afterwards does he make atonement for his colleagues... for it is better for an innocent man to make rectification for those who are liable.

 

 

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