O Jehovah hear; O Jehovah forgive; O Jehovah, attend and do; thou wilt not delay for thy sake, O my God: for thy name was called upon thy city and upon thy people.
Wherefore shalt thou be as a man struck dumb? as a strong one he shall not be able to save? and thou in the midst of us, O Jehovah, and thy name was called upon us; thou wilt not leave us.
Incline, O my God, thine ear, and hear; open thine eyes, and see our desolations, and the city which thy name was called upon it: for not for our justice do we cause our supplications to fall before thee, but for thy many compassions.
Forgive now the sin of this people according to thy great kindness, and as thou didst lift up to this people, and even till now.
And wilt thou hear to the prayer of thy servant and of thy people Israel which they shall pray to this place? and wilt thou hear to the place of thy dwelling to the heavens? and hear and forgive?
And hear to the supplications of thy servant, and thy people Israel, which they shall pray to this place: and thou wilt hear from the place of thy dwelling from the heavens.; and thou heardest and forgave.
And thou wilt hear from the heavens, and forgive to the sin of thy people Israel, and turn them back to the land which thou gavest to them and to their fathers.
And thou heardest from the heavens from the place of thy dwelling, their prayer and their supplications; and do their judgment, and forgive to thy people who sinned against thee.
Awake, why wilt thou sleep, O Jehovah? awake, thou wilt not reject forever.
We saw not our signs, no more a prophet: and not with us will it be known how long.
How long, O Jehovah? wilt thou be angry forever? shall thy jealousy burn as fire?
Thou wilt not remember against us former iniquities: thy compassions shall quickly anticipate us, for we were greatly weak:
Wilt thou be angry with us forever? wilt thou draw out thine anger to generation and generation?
Thou wilt arise, thou wilt compassionate Zion: for the time to compassionate her for the appointment came.
Not to us, O Jehovah, not to its, but to thy name thou. wilt give glory, for thy mercy, for thy truth.
For thou our Father, for Abraham knew us not, and Israel will not recognize us: thou Jehovah our Father redeeming us; thy name from eternity.
Thou wilt not be angry, O Jehovah, even greatly, and not forever wilt thou remember iniquity: behold, look now, Ye are all thy people.
If our iniquities answered against us, O Jehovah, do for sake of thy name: for our turnings back were many; we sinned against thee.
We knew, O Jehovah, our evil, the iniquity of our fathers: for we sinned to thee.
For behold me beginning to do evil upon the city which my name was called upon it; and shall ye being acquitted be unpunished? Ye shall not be unpunished, for I call a sword upon all the inhabitants of the earth, says Jehovah of armies.
And I will do for sake of my name, that it was not profaned before the eyes of the nations which they were in the midst of them, which I was made known to them before their eyes to bring them forth from the land of Egypt.
And I shall do for sake of my name, that it was not polluted before the eyes of the nations which I brought them forth before their eyes
And I turned back my hand; and I will do for sake of my name, that it was not profaned before the eyes of the nations which I brought them forth before their eyes.
For this, say to the house of Israel, Thus said the Lord Jehovah: I do not for your sake, O house of Israel, but for my holy name which ye profaned among the nations where ye went there.
For this, thus said the Lord Jehovah: Now will I turn back the captivity of Jacob, and I compassionated all the house of Israel, and I was jealous for my holy name
And it was if he finished to devour the green herb of the land, and saying, O Lord Jehovah, forgive now: who shall raise up Jacob? for he is small.
I say to you, If also having risen he will not give him because of being his friend, yet for his effrontery, having risen, he will give him as many as he needs.
To the praise of the glory of his grace, in which he rendered us acceptable in the beloved.
For us to be to the praise of his glory, who before hoped in Christ.