Parents say the following:
Barukh Atah Adonai Eloheinu melekh ha-olam asher kidshanu b’mitzvotav vitzivanu l’hakhnisah bivrit eloheha im The first matriarch, wife of Abraham, and mother of Isaac, whom she birthed at the age of 90. Sarah, in Rabbinic tradition, is considered holy, beautiful, and hospitable. Many prayers, particularly the Amidah (the central silent prayer), refer to God as Magen Avraham – protector of Abraham. Many Jews now add: pokehd or ezrat Sarah – guardian or helper of Sarah. imeinu v’Abraham is the first patriarch and the father of the Jewish people. He is the husband of Sarah and the father of Isaac and Ishmael. God's covenant - that we will be a great people and inherit the land of Israel - begins with Abraham and is marked by his circumcision, the first in Jewish history. His Hebrew name is Avraham. avinu.
B’rukhah At Ya Eloheinu ruah ha-olam asher kid’shatnu b’mitzvoteha v’tzivatnu l’hakhnisah bivrit eloheha im sarah imeinu v’avraham avinu.
You are the source of blessing, ETERNAL, our God, majesty of the universe, that has sanctified us with your Lit. Commandment. It is traditionally held that there are 613 mitzvot (plural) in Judaism, both postive commandments (mandating actions) and negative commandments (prohibiting actions). Mitzvah has also become colloquially assumed to mean the idea of a “good deed." and commanded us to enter her into the covenant of her God with our mother Sarah and father Abraham is the first patriarch and the father of the Jewish people. He is the husband of Sarah and the father of Isaac and Ishmael. God's covenant - that we will be a great people and inherit the land of Israel - begins with Abraham and is marked by his circumcision, the first in Jewish history. His Hebrew name is Avraham.. [See Proverbs 2:17]
Parents take myrtle leaf and perfume the baby’s earlobes, while reciting:
Ani hinnei vriti itakh.
As for Me, here is My covenant with you.
Community opens an aisle in its midst, claps tree branches (distributed before the ceremony), and, while parents carry the baby on a pillow down the aisle and back, community sings:
Sh’ma Yisrael Adonai Eloheinu, Adonai ehad.
Listen, Lit. ''the one who struggles with God.'' Israel means many things. It is first used with reference to Jacob, whose name is changed to Israel (Genesis 32:29), the one who struggles with God. Jacob's children, the Jewish people, become B'nai Israel, the children of Israel. The name also refers to the land of Israel and the State of Israel.: THE ETERNAL is our God, THE ETERNAL ONE alone!