In order to extend the knowledge of readers with regard to the Hebrew language, author Daniel Perek presents such devotional guide to praying and worshipping God in both the Hebrew and the English languages.

In his book, Messianic Siddur For Shabbat, readers will learn the liturgy for Shabbat in the Messianic Synagogue and for Shabbat at home. The liturgy includes the name of YHWH only in Hebrew, so each Synagogue can treat it according to their own halacha (Jewish law and jurisprudence).  The traditional prayers of ancient Judaism are included, with prayers from the Brit Khadasha, honoring the Messiah Yeshua.  All congregational liturgies are transliterated in an easy to read format.

The Daily prayers are provided as well, with Daily Tehillim [Psalms] according to customs in the Beit HaMikdash. The High Holy Day prayers are included in their own sections, Yom Teruah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot.  There are also blessings for Shavuot and Khannukah.  It also contains a complete version of the Tehillim [Psalms], and a table showing which Tehillah is read with the weekly Torah Portion.  There is a table for the Torah Portions and Haftarah, with Brit Khadashah portions as well — all neatly compiled in one book, providing a great resource for the Messianic Synagogue, and for your daily devotional and prayer time at home.