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Just in Time for Sukkot: New song by Christene Jackman

Tehilim/Psalm 67 Elohim Yechonenu (God Be Gracious to Us)

Performance & Music by: Christene Jackman ©&(p) 6.5.2023, BMI# 63421202


Psalm 67 is a perfect psalm for Sukkot

(Feast of Booths/Tabernacles), the moed or appointed time which is the last of the Fall Feasts of the Lord. Enjoy the two versions of this song by Christene Jackman, one with Hebrew and English and one purely in Biblical Hebrew for you Hebrew students :)


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LYRICS:

Tehillim/Psalms 67, For the choir director; with stringed instruments. A Psalm. A Song.


(Ps. 67 VS 1-2)

Elohim ye-cho-ne-nu viy-var-che’-nu

(God be gracious to us and bless us)

ya-er pa-nav ee-ta’-nu, Se’-lah

(and cause His Face to shine upon us-- Selah.)


La-da’-at ba-a’-retz dar-ke’-cha

(That Your Way may be known on the earth)

be-chol goyim ye-shu-a-te’-cha

(Your Salvation among all nations.)


(Ps. 67 vs 3-5)

Yo-du’-kha amim, Elohim

(May the peoples praise You, O God)

Yo-du’-cha amim ku-lam

(May all the peoples praise You)

Yis-me-chu viy-ra-ne-nu le-oo-mim

(May the nations be glad and sing for joy)

ki-tish-pot amim mi-shor

(For You will judge the peoples with uprightness)


oo-le-oo-mim ba-a’-retz tan-chem. Se’-lah

(And guide the nations on the earth. Selah.)

Yo-du’-kha amim, Elohim

(May the peoples praise You, O God)

Yo-du’-cha amim ku-lam

(May all the peoples praise You)


(Ps. 67 vs 6-7)

E’retz nat-na ye-vu-lah

(The Earth has yielded its Produce)

Ye-var-che’-nu Elohim Elo-hey’-nu

(God, our God, blesses us)

Ye-var-che’-nu Elohim

(God blesses us)

ve-yir-oo oto kol—af-sey’—ah’retz

(that all the ends of the earth may fear Him)

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