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1. For the Conductor, a psalm by David.
2. May the Lord answer you on the day of distress; may the Name of the God of Jacob fortify you.
3. May He send your help from the Sanctuary, and support you from Zion.
4. May He remember all your offerings, and always accept favorably your sacrifices.
5. May He grant you your heart's desire, and fulfill your every counsel.
6. We will rejoice in your deliverance, and raise our banners in the name of our God; may the Lord fulfill all your wishes.
7. Now I know that the Lord has delivered His anointed one, answering him from His holy heavens with the mighty saving power of His right hand.
8. Some [rely] upon chariots and some upon horses, but we [rely upon and] invoke the Name of the Lord our God.
9. They bend and fall, but we rise and stand firm.
10. Lord, deliver us; may the King answer us on the day we call.

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Andrew Brooklyn, NY December 9, 2017

Prayers go out to my step-grandfather. Great man, one of the best I've met in my life. We are all praying and praying he will be alright. Reply

Anonymous December 3, 2017

Mighty, merciful, and gracious, Hashem, please send healing and cure with abundant compassion to my ill loved one. Reply

stevhan hughes-cgrenzhovo October 14, 2015

The third verse is most comforting to me, as that tells me that the Almighty is protecting not only me but, all of Israel and Jews every where in the Diaspora. Reply

Howard Lenick Thornhill via June 15, 2015

My prayers to the family of Chaya for her complete recovery and a long life of good health. Reply

Yosef Houston, TX January 16, 2015

That is beautiful ... I just recited it ! Reply

Alex Reizner new jersey January 10, 2015

The evil of them We will never back down... we will never lay down our arms. We must stay strong and show the world we are ONE. History shows the world what happens when we lay down like our arms. Reply

Susan Maron Annandale, NJ January 10, 2015

May Hashem bring us peace. We are SO in need. Reply

Peter Degrathios Vink Australia July 31, 2014

Re Psalm Thank u
May HaSHeM Bless the IDF Reply

Anonymous Toronto September 11, 2013

We pray that all wars cease. We pray that all the wars in the world cease . Wars have become the epidemic of our time in history. We pray for a miracle ; that all wars cease. Reply

Rosemary Brisbane, Australia April 15, 2013

We [rely upon and] invoke the Name of the Lord our God I was rivetted by: "Some [rely] upon chariots and some upon horses, but we [rely upon and] invoke the Name of the Lord our God. ". Awesome! Reply

Roni Ben Avraham Roberts, Id October 29, 2012

encourage Sometimes it seems as if we do not have any of even the beginnings of G-d's love and providence. I listen and I hear, feel, and on a cold day even see the breath come and go. This is the assurance of His love and His providence for the moment and it is moment by moment we live. Trust him for the moment and you will see his providence for a life time Reply

Anonymous east northport, NY October 29, 2012

storm sandy G-D please protect my loved ones and everyone in this storm.Please watch over my home and Please help me with what I need the Bank to do to help me.Amen.
Shari~ Reply

Marc Bromberg Stamford, cT via October 18, 2011

A time for love G-d willing, you will shortly be back in the arms of your family and your nation. This is a time for solemn gratitude.
We will have plenty of time for doubts and recriminations.
But there should never come a time when we forgot that we fight like a family and take care of each other. Reply

Anonymous Rome, Italy via July 30, 2009

How much I do hope, since so many years, to see at least the beginning of His open love for all our needs, sorrows, hopes!

May such a time come now... Reply

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