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Manna To Israel Well Supplied
John Newton
Manna to Israel well supplied The want of other bread; While God is able to provide, His people shall be fed. Thus though the corn and wine shoul...Rate it:

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Where Is David, the Next King of Israel?
Vachel Lindsay
is David, ruddy shepherd, God's boy-king for Israel? Mystic, ardent, dowered with beauty, SinginRate it:

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To Israel, In Exile
Yehudah HaLevi
O Sleeper whose heart is awake, burning and raging, now wake and go forth, and walk in the light of My presence. Rise, and ride on! A star has come...Rate it:

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A Longing to Return to the Land of Israel
Yehudah HaLevi
My heart is in the east, and I in the uttermost west. How can I find savor in food? How shall it be sweet to me? How shall I render my vows and m...Rate it:

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For Christmas Day in the Morning
Anonymous Americas
Nowell, Nowell, Born is the King of Israel. They looked up and saw a Star Shining inRate it:

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David
Charles Lamb
all, Who in the proud Philistian host Defiëd Israel with boast. With loud voice Goliath said: 'HeaRate it:

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Goliath Of Gath
Phillis Wheatley
front to front the armies were display'd, Here Israel rang'd, and there the foes array'd; The hostsRate it:

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Joshua
Charles Harpur
dwell My chosen people; here I plant thee, Israel!” The walls of Jericho are strong, Rate it:

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Song of the Fifth River
Rudyard Kipling
ancient legends' tell), There came dark Israel, For whom no River remained. Then He Whom the RiverRate it:

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Deborah
Thomas Parnell
Jourdans parted waters fixd with awe, While Israel marchd upon ye naked Sand, Admird ye wonder, & oRate it:

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King Saul at Gilboa
Henry Kendall
the yellow river draws its spring, The hosts of Israel travelled, thundering! There, beating like tRate it:

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Psalm 81
John Milton
comes round. This was a Statute giv'n of old For Israel to observe A Law of Jacobs God, to hold FroRate it:

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Raschi In Prague
Emma Lazarus
Raschi of Troyes, the Moon of Israel, The authoritative Talmudist, returned From his wide wanderings under many skies, To all the synagogues of the...Rate it:

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The Wife Of Manoah To Her Husband
John Greenleaf Whittier
me, in a vision, rose The hosts of Israel's scornful foes,-- Rank over rank, helm, shield, and speaRate it:

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Absalom and Achitophel
John Dryden
Promiscuous use of Concubine and Bride; Then, Israel's monarch, after Heaven's own heart, His viRate it:

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Elijah's Mantle
George Canning
th' Almighty's dread command Elijah, call'd from Israel's land, Rose in the sacred flame, His MantRate it:

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Expostulation
William Cowper
to move the muse to tears? The prophet wept for Israel; wish'd his eyes Were fountains fed with infRate it:

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Ezekiel
John Greenleaf Whittier
Zion's holiest anthems blending! On Israel's bleeding bosom set, The heathen heel is crushing yet;Rate it:

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Fifth Sunday In Lent
John Keble
vine, Now withered, spent, and sere, See Israel's sons, like glowing brands, Tossed wildly o'er aRate it:

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Paradise Regained: The Second Book
John Milton
deliverance is at hand; The kingdom shall to Israel be restored:' Thus we rejoiced, but soon our joRate it:

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Woman Of Canaan
John Newton
his intent, When he to his follow'rs said, I to Israel's sheep am sent, Dogs must not have childrenRate it:

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Daniel Wheeler
John Greenleaf Whittier
not that with thee fell A great man in our Israel? Fallen, while thy loins were girded still, Thy fRate it:

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At the Fords of Jordan
Mary Hannay Foott
of flocks and of fields While the soldiers of Israel burnish their shields. The Lord be thy keeperRate it:

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David's Lament for Jonathan
Mary Hannay Foott
wounded very sore, And beaten down, O son of Israel's king, Like wheat on threshing-flour. Thou, tRate it:

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Gehazi
Rudyard Kipling
is well, Whereby my zeal hath made me A Judge in Israel." Well done; well done, Gehazi! Stretch foRate it:

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