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My eyes grow weak because of oppression. I call out to you, O Lord, all day long; I spread out my hands in prayer to you. 1
lest they drink and forget what is decreed, and remove 1 from all the poor 2 their legal rights. 3
Then the Lord’s angel said to her, “You are now 1 pregnant and are about to give birth 2 to a son. You are to name him Ishmael, 3 for the Lord has heard your painful groans. 4
So Leah became pregnant 1 and gave birth to a son. She named him Reuben, 2 for she said, “The Lord has looked with pity on my oppressed condition. 3 Surely my husband will love me now.”
The Lord said, “I have surely seen 1 the affliction of my people who are in Egypt. I have heard their cry because of their taskmasters, for I know their sorrows. 2
and I have promised 1 that I will bring you up out of the affliction of Egypt to the land of the Canaanites, Hittites, Amorites, Perizzites, Hivites, and Jebusites, 2 to a land flowing with milk and honey.”’
and the people believed. When they heard 1 that the Lord had attended to 2 the Israelites and that he had seen their affliction, they bowed down close to the ground. 3
So we cried out to the Lord, the God of our ancestors, and he 1 heard us and saw our humiliation, toil, and oppression.
The Lord saw Israel’s intense suffering; 1 everyone was weak and incapacitated and Israel had no deliverer. 2
ג (Gimel) Judah 1 has departed into exile under 2 affliction and harsh oppression. 3 She 4 lives among the nations; she has found no resting place. All who pursued her overtook her in 5 narrow straits. 6
ט (Tet) Her menstrual flow 1 has soiled 2 her clothing; 3 she did not consider 4 the consequences of her sin. 5 Her demise 6 was astonishing, 7 and there was no one to comfort her. She cried, “Look, 8 O Lord, on my 9 affliction because my enemy boasts!”
If the God of my father – the God of Abraham, the one whom Isaac fears 1 – had not been with me, you would certainly have sent me away empty-handed! But God saw how I was oppressed and how hard I worked, 2 and he rebuked you last night.”
You must not eat any yeast with it; for seven days you must eat bread made without yeast, symbolic of affliction, for you came out of Egypt hurriedly. You must do this so you will remember for the rest of your life the day you came out of the land of Egypt.
She made a vow saying, “O Lord of hosts, if you will look with compassion 1 on the suffering of your female servant, 2 remembering me and not forgetting your servant, and give a male child 3 to your servant, then I will dedicate him to the Lord all the days of his life. His hair will never be cut.” 4
Now, look, I have made every effort to supply what is needed to build the Lord’s temple. 1 I have stored up 100,000 talents 2 of gold, 1,000,000 3 talents of silver, and so much bronze and iron it cannot be weighed, as well as wood and stones. Feel free to add more!
ז (Zayin) Jerusalem 1 remembers, 2 when 3 she became a poor homeless person, 4 all her treasures that she owned in days of old. 5 When her people fell into an enemy’s grip, 6 none of her allies came to her rescue. 7 Her enemies 8 gloated over 9 her; they sneered at her downfall.