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1 Oh, give ear, aShepherd of Israel,
You who lead bJoseph like a flock;
You who care enthroned above the cherubim, shine forth!
And come to save us!
3 O God, arestore us
4 O aLord God of hosts,
5 You have fed them with the abread of tears,
And You have made them to drink tears in 1large measure.
And our enemies laugh among themselves.
And cause Your face to shine upon us, 1and we will be saved.
8 You removed a avine from Egypt;
9 You acleared the ground before it,
And it btook deep root and filled the land.
11 It was sending out its branches ato the sea
And its shoots to the River.
So that all who pass that way pick its fruit?
13 A boar from the forest aeats it away
And whatever moves in the field feeds on it.
14 O God of hosts, aturn again now, we beseech You;
bLook down from heaven and see, and take care of this vine,
16 It is aburned with fire, it is cut down;
They perish at the brebuke of Your countenance.
17 Let aYour hand be upon the man of Your right hand,
Upon the son of man whom You bmade strong for Yourself.
18 Then we shall not aturn back from You;
bRevive us, and we will call upon Your name.
19 O Lord God of hosts, arestore us;
Cause Your face to shine upon us, 1and we will be saved.
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