Who Do the Jews Worship?

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Generally, Jews worship by reciting a couple of prayers, usually at specific times of the day. A Jew is expected to recite his or her prayers at least three times in a day; morning, noon and evening.
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Jews worship God. They believe there is only one God and no other gods and that this God created the universe. They believe one should have an individual relationship with God, keep God's laws and strive to bring holiness into every aspect of their lives.
The central characteristic of Jewish worship is the recitation of prayer. Observant Jews are expected to recite three prayers daily and more on the Sabbath and Jewish holidays. Many Jews say their body back and forth during prayer, while occasionally bowing and standing.
Jews worship a single God whose proper name is Yahweh, who they believe is the sole creator of the universe. Their religion is commonly known as Judaism and originated in Israel around 4000 years ago. The father of all Jews is Abraham and their symbol or emblem is the Magen David, also known as the Star of David.
The Jewish worship, a one supreme, all encompassing, and an All dimensional God. Jewish history begins with the covenant established between God and Abraham around 1812 BC, during the Bronze Age, in the Middle East.
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