1 Show favour upon us, O 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 Elohim of all, and look on us;

2 And send Your fear upon all the nations that do not seek You.

3 Lift up Your hand against the foreign nations,
And let them see Your strength.

4 As You were qadosh in us before them:
So You be exalted among them before us.

5 And let them know You, as we have known You,
That there is no Elohim but You alone, O Elohim.

6 Show new signs, and make other awesome wonders;
Esteem Your hand and Your right arm,
That they may put forth Your wondrous works.

7 Raise up displeasure, and pour out wrath;
Remove the adversary, and destroy the enemy.

8 Shorten the time, remember the Covenant,
And let them declare Your wonders.

9 Let he who escapes be consumed by the rage of the fire;
And let those who oppress the people perish.

10 Crush the heads of the rulers of the gentiles that say,
“There is no one else but us!”

11 Gather all the tribes of Ya’aqoḇ together;
Your inheritance, as from the beginning.

12 O 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄, show favour upon the people that are called by Your Name,
And upon Yisra’ĕl, whom You have named Your first-born.

13 O be kind to Yerushalayim, Your qodesh city,
The place of Your rest.

14 Fill Tsiyon with Your unspeakable words,
And Your people with Your esteem.

15 Give witness to those who You have possessed from the beginning,
And raise up neḇi’im that are for Your Name.

16 Reward those who wait for You,
And let Your neḇi’im be found trustworthy.

17 O 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄, hear the prayer of Your servants,
According to the beraḵah of Aharon over Your people,
That all those who dwell on the earth may know that You are 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄,
The Elohim of old.

18 The stomach consumes all foods,
Yet one meat is better than another.

19 As the mouth tastes different kinds of game;
So does a heart of understanding false speeches.

20 A crooked heart causes grief;
But a man of experience shall repay him.

21 A woman shall accept any man,
Yet one daughter is better than another.

22 The loveliness of a woman cheers the face,
And there is naught a man loves better.

23 If there is kindness, meekness, and comfort, in her tongue,
Then her husband is not like other men.

24 He who acquires a wife begins a possession,
A help like himself, and a pillar of rest.

25 Where no wall is, there possessions are plundered;
And he who has no wife shall wander about sighing.

26 Who shall trust a crafty thief that skips from city to city?
Even so a man that has no house, and lodges wherever the night takes him?