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have eaten and through Whose goodness we exist. 71 My Journey through the Haggadah by Yekutiel Atkins The leader repeats ¯ ..( ). Blessed be He (our God) from Whose bounty we have eaten and through Whose
goodness we exist.
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. Blessed are You O Lord our God, King of the Universe, who sustains the whole
world in His goodness, in grace, loving kindness and mercy, He “gives food to all living
creatures, for His loving kindness endures forever. (Ps. 136. V, 25) And His ever-great goodness
ensures that we have never lacked food, and may we never lack it ever, for the sake
of His great Name. Because He is God. He feeds and provides for all, and does good
to all, and prepares food for all His creatures which He created. Blessed are You O
Lord, who provides food for all. , , , , , ¯, ¯ ,
: ¯ ¯ We thank You O Lord our God, that You gave to our fathers as a heritage, a Land
desirable, good and spacious, and for bringing us out, O Lord our God, from the
Land of Egypt and redeemed...
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