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Lyrics: 3-3 Prayer <br/>(Note: "Alexander Neibaur [1808-1883], possibly the first Jewish convert to the Church [baptized 1838], was born in Ehrenbreitstein, Germany, and joined the Church in England. In Nauvoo, he became a friend of the Prophet Joseph Smith and taught him German and possibly Hebrew. Neibaur became a pioneer dentist in Salt Lake City, as well as a manufacturer of matches and a teacher of German." [Source, churchofjesuschrist.org] He is the great-grandfather of LDS scholar Hugh Nibley. [Source, Wikipedia]) <br/>NEIBAUR <br/>Blessed the people knowing the shout of Jehovah; <br/>In the light of His countenance they will walk. <br/>How can we, people in sackcloth, <br/>Open our lips before Thee? <br/>They have rejected and slain our leaders, <br/>Thine anointed ones. <br/>Our eyes are dim, our hearts heavy, <br/>No place of refuge being left. <br/>Redeem the people that in Thee only trusts; <br/>There is none to stand between and inquire; <br/>Thou art our helper, <br/>The refuge of Israel in time of trouble. <br/>O look in righteousness upon Thy faithful servants, <br/>Who have laid bare their lives unto death; <br/>Help thou, O Father; unto thee <br/>We will lift our souls, <br/>Our hearts in our hands; <br/>We look to heaven, <br/>Lifting our eyes unto the mountains, <br/>From whence cometh our help. <br/>Turn away Thine anger, <br/>That we be not spoiled. <br/>O return and leave a blessing behind thee! <br/>In the name of our Lord Jesus, Amen.

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