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Lyrics: 3-3 Prayer
(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])
NEIBAUR
Blessed the people knowing the shout of Jehovah;
In the light of His countenance they will walk.
How can we, people in sackcloth,
Open our lips before Thee?
They have rejected and slain our leaders,
Thine anointed ones.
Our eyes are dim, our hearts heavy,
No place of refuge being left.
Redeem the people that in Thee only trusts;
There is none to stand between and inquire;
Thou art our helper,
The refuge of Israel in time of trouble.
O look in righteousness upon Thy faithful servants,
Who have laid bare their lives unto death;
Help thou, O Father; unto thee
We will lift our souls,
Our hearts in our hands;
We look to heaven,
Lifting our eyes unto the mountains,
From whence cometh our help.
Turn away Thine anger,
That we be not spoiled.
O return and leave a blessing behind thee!
In the name of our Lord Jesus, Amen.
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