Nusach Sefard is the name for various forms of the Jewish siddur, designed to reconcile Ashkenazi customs (Hebrew: מנהג "Custom", pl. minhagim) with the kabbalistic customs of the Ari.  To this end it has incorporated the wording of Nusach Edot Mizrach, the prayer book of Sefardi Jews , into certain prayers.
The Order of the prayers and liturgy in this Siddur may not coincide with the order of prayers and liturgy of all Messianic Israel congregations. We have decided on the order presented in this Siddur based on careful study of the Orthodox Jewish Siddur and the order of service that we have witnessed at many Messianic Jewish congregations.
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‘ay pw is borrowed from Isaiah 57:15, The initials of the four synonyms for “righteous” in ge *ba happen to form the acrostie phx»; by re-arranging the verbs Sonn ,eypnn ann ,porinn the third letters spell mp3. Such re~ arrangement is found in the Sephardic Siddur. +Psalm 35:10. *Psalm 103:1. *Psalm 33:1.
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Aug 31, 2016 · This siddur contains some nods to Sephardic culture, such as the prayer, Non Como Muestor Dio, sung in Ladino (Ayn Kehlohaynu in Hebrew; “There is None Like Our God” in English). Other prayers included are El Halel Hagadol (or Psalm 136), and Shirit Hayam , or the Song of Moses ( Canto de Moshé ) from Exodus 14-15, also traditionally sung ...