What posuk for the name Golda is to be said at the end of Shemoneh Esrei?

I spell it with an aleph at the end and the Artscroll siddur doesn't have the gimmel, aleph combination.


Here is a Posuk that starts with a Gimel and ends with an Aleph

איוב פרק-יג-ט"ז גַּם הוּא לִי לִישׁוּעָה כִּי לֹא לְפָנָיו חָנֵף יָבוֹא

Here is a nifty website where you can look up Pesukim that begin with a letter you desire and end with a letter you desire. There are some names that have a combo that does not exist. See here for what one can do in such an instance.

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Following correct Yiddish orthography, 'Golda', in Hebrew letters, should be spelled with an 'א' at the end. This doesn't leave too many options for verses beginning & ending with those letters. No verses given in prayer books are mandated; they are suggestions which have become popular over the centuries. Job 13:16 is one possible option:

גַּם-הוּא-לִי לִישׁוּעָה: כִּי-לֹא לְפָנָיו, חָנֵף יָבוֹא.

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