This reading is from the final portion of the Torah, read on Simchat Torah. The holiday begins at sundown, October 9, and lasts till sundown, October 10.
And of Dan he said: Dan is a lion's whelp that leaps forth from Bashan. And of Naphtali he said: O Naphtali, sated with favor and full of the Lord's blessing, take possession on the west and south. And of Asher he said: Most blessed of sons be Asher; may he be the favorite of his brothers, may he dip his foot in oil.
May your doorbolts be iron and copper, and your security last all your days. O Jeshurun, there is none like God, riding through the heavens to help you, through the skies in His majesty.
The ancient God is a refuge, a support are the arms everlasting. He drove out the enemy before you by His command: Destroy! Thus Israel dwells in safety, untroubled is Jacob's abode, in a land of grain and wine, under heavens dripping dew.
O happy Israel! Who is like you, a people delivered by the Lord, your protecting Shield, your Sword triumphant! Your enemies shall come cringing before you, and you shall tread on their backs.