Atkins, Passover Haggadah

The psalmist mourns by the waters of babylon there we

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Unformatted text preview: r of kindnesses that you have done for our fathers and us.O Lord 82 My Journey through the Haggadah by Yekutiel Atkins our God, You redeemed us from Egypt, and delivered us from slavery. During famine, You have fed us, and in times of plenty, You have nourished us. You have saved us from the sword, and rescued us from the plague. And freed us from severe diseases. Until now Your compassion has helped us, and Your righteousness has not abandoned us, O Lord our God may You never forsake us. Therefore the limbs that You have supplied us with and the spirit and the soul that You have breathed into our nostrils, and the tongue which You placed in our mouth, shall all thank, bless, praise, glorify, extol, revere and hallow, the sovereignty of Your Name, our King. For every mouth shall praise You. Every tongue shall swear allegiance to You, and every knee shall bend before You. Every person shall bow down before You and all hearts shall fear You and each of our organs shall sing to Your Name, as it is written, “All my bones say *, O Lord who is like You, You saved the poor from one that is stronger than him, the poor and needy from one who would rob him”. (Ps. 35. V. 10) Who is like Y...
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