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O Hear, My People, Hear Me Well

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O hear, my people, hear me well:
"I have no need for sacrifice;
but mercy, loving kindness shall
alone for life and good suffice."

Then source of peace, lead us to peace,
a place profound, and wholly true.
And lead us to a mastery
o'er drives in us that war pursue.

May deeds we do inscribe our names
as blessings in the Book of Life.
O source of peace, lead us to heal.
O source of peace, lead us from strife.


Source: Worship in Song: A Friends Hymnal #153

Author: Naḥman, of Bratslav

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Text Information

First Line: O hear, my people, hear me well
Title: O Hear, My People, Hear Me Well
Author: Naḥman, of Bratslav (ca. 1800)
Meter: 8.8.8.8
Language: English

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