Kabbalistic
Blessing for Rain /
Beracha Mashiv Ha-Ruach

"Baruch Atah Adonai, Barucha At Shekhinah,
Eloheinu Melech Ha-Olam;
Baruch Atah YHVH/Elohim,
Eloheinu Melech Ha-Olam -
Ha-tov v'ha-mateev,
Mashiv ha-Ruach u'morid ha-Geshem."

"Blessed are You,* Lord, and Blessed is Your Shekhinah,
Ruler of Time and Space;
Praise to You,* Elohim,
Sovereign of the Universe -
Who is good and does good things,
Who causes the wind to blow and the rain to fall."

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Reform-Reconstructionist
Blessing for Rain /
Beracha Mashiv Ha-Ruach

"Baruch Atah YHVH/Hashem,
Eloheinu Melech Ha-Olam -
Ha-tov v'ha-mateev,
Mashiv ha-Ruach u'morid ha-Geshem."

"Praise to You,* Eternal One,
Sovereign of the Universe -
Who is good and does good things,
Who causes the wind to blow and the rain to fall."

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Orthodox-Conservative
Blessing for Rain /
Beracha Mashiv Ha-Ruach

"Baruch Atah YHVH/Adonai,
Eloheinu Melech Ha-Olam -
Ha-tov v'ha-mateev,
Mashiv ha-Ruach u'morid ha-Geshem."

"Praised are You,* Lord our God,
King of the Universe -
Who is good and does good things,
Who causes the wind to blow and the rain to fall."

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[* "Blessed are You" or "Praised are You" or "Praise to You"]

[Please note: Because "YHVH" is NEVER spoken, something else is always spoken instead. Orthodox and Conservative Jews use a masculine term for Deity ("Adonai" = "Lord"). Reform and Reconstructionist Jews often use a gender-neutral term ("HaShem" = "The Name") and refer to Deity as "Eternal One" or "Holy One". Kabbalists use gender-inclusive terms ("Elohim" or "Adonai"-"Shekhinah") to reunite the masculine and feminine elements of the Godhead.]

[a/k/a Prayer for Rain, Blessing for Wind and Rain, Prayer for Wind and Rain, Beracha Mashiv HaRuach, Beracha Mashiv Ha'Ruach, Beracha Mashiv Haruach]