1Take pity on us, Master, Lord of the universe, look at us, spread fear of yourself throughout al othernations. 2Raise your hand against the foreign nations and let them see your might. 3As, in their sight, you have proved yourself holy to us, so now, in our sight, prove yourself great to them. 4Let them acknowledge you, just as we have acknowledged that there is no God but you, Lord. 5Send new portents, do fresh wonders, win glory for your hand and your right arm. 6Rouse your fury, pour out your rage, destroy the opponent, annihilate the enemy. 7Hasten the day, remember the oath, and let people tell of your mighty deeds. 8Let fiery wrath swal ow up the survivor, and destruction overtake those who oppress your people. 9Crush the heads of hostile rulers who say, 'There is no one else but us!' 10Gather together all the tribes of Jacob, restore them their heritage as at the beginning. 11Take pity, Lord, on the people cal ed by your name, on Israel whom you have made your first-born. 12Have compassion on your holy city, on Jerusalem, the place where you rest. 13Fil Zion with your praises and your sanctuary with your glory. 14Vindicate those whom you created first, fulfil what has been prophesied in your name. 15Give those who wait for you their reward, let your prophets be proved true. 16Grant, Lord, the prayer of your servants, in the terms of Aaron's blessing on your people, 17so that al the earth's inhabitants may acknowledge that you are the Lord, the everlasting God. 18The stomach takes in all kinds of food, but some foods are better than others. 19As the palate discerns the flavour of game, so a shrewd listener detects lying words. 20A perverse character causes depression in others; it needs experience to know how to repay such aone. 21A woman wil accept any husband, but some daughters are better than others. 22A woman's beauty delights the beholder, a man likes nothing better. 23If her tongue is kind and gentle, her husband is the happiest of men. 24The man who takes a wife has the makings of a fortune, a helper to match himself, a pil ar of support. 25When property has no fence, it is open to plunder, when a man has no wife, he is aimless andquerulous. 26Wil anyone trust an armed thief who flits from town to town? 27So it is with the man who has no nest, and lodges wherever night overtakes him.
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