116. Rabbi Aba opened the discussion saying, "But as for me, I will come into Your house in the multitude of Your love" (Tehilim 5:8). We have learned that it is not good for a man to go to a synagogue before consulting Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, because they instituted the prayer before the Holy One, blessed be He. Hence, in the verse: "But as for me, I will come into Your house in the multitude of Your love," "I will come into Your house" is Abraham, "I will worship towards your Temple" (Ibid.) is Isaac, and "in the fear of You" (Ibid.) is Jacob. They should be included first and then he may enter the synagogue and say his prayer. Then does it say: "You are My servant, Yisrael, in whom I will be glorified" (Yeshayah 49:3).