Atkins, Passover Haggadah

We ate a festive meal and gave thanks we praised god

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Unformatted text preview: edeems and saves, ransoms and rescues, sustains and saves, and shows mercy at all times of sorrow and distress. We have no other King, but You, God of the first and of the last, God of all creatures, Lord of all generations, who is lauded with a multitude of praises, who orders the world, with kindness and His creatures with compassion. The Lord neither slumbers nor sleeps; He wakes up the sleepers, and rouses those who slumber. He makes the dumb to speak, and frees the captives, supports the fallen, and straightens up those that are bowed down. To You alone we give thanks. Even if our mouths are full of song as the sea, and our tongues are full of songs of joy, as the multitude of the waves and our lips full of praise, as wide as the sky, and our eyes as sparkling as the sun and the moon, and our hands as spread out as the eagles of the heaven, and our feet as swift as the deer. We would not be able to sufficiently praise You, O Lord our God, and God of our fathers and bless Your Name for one part of the countless numbe...
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