Psalm 130: A Psalm of Penitence for the Days of Awe - Shoshana Brown, Dee Harris & Akiva Wharton




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Published on Sep 13, 2014

Psalm 130: A Psalm of Penitence for the Days of Awe

A translation of the Hebrew of this Psalm into English:
From the depths I call out to You, Yah;
Adonai, hear my voice, turn Your ears attentively to the voice of my plea.
Oy, Yah, if You kept count of all our sins--Adonai, who could stand?
But there is forgiveness with You, and therefore we revere You.
I wait, Adonai, my whole being waits--for God’s word I hope and pray.
My soul yearns for Adonai more eagerly than watchmen yearn for the dawn.
Put your hope, O Israel, in Adonai—for in Adonai’s presence there is steadfast
Loving-kindness, and abundant is God’s power to redeem.
Yes, Yah will indeed redeem Israel from all their sins!

Performed by Shoshana Brown, vocals and rhythm guitar;
Dee Harris, lead guitar;
Akiva Wharton percussion.
Tune arranged by Shoshana Brown, adapted from traditional tune for "Ochila

Hazzan Shoshana Brown is the cantor of Temple Beth El in Fall River, MA. Temple Beth El is an independent Conservative congregation with creative services that strive to be simultaneously accessible, meaningful, and rooted in ancient Jewish traditions. Both Cantor Brown and her husband Rabbi Elber were ordained by the Jewish Renewal Movement. Temple Beth El has a full range of programs for all ages, including a Hebrew school for children, an adult ed program, and weekday morning services.

To contact Temple Beth El, please e-mail templebethel@comcast.net or visit our website at: www.frtemplebethel.org

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