Psalm 150 in Hebrew (with subtitles)

 

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Praise and Worship: I Will Not Be Afraid: Songs in the Night

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I am aware that this form of video is pirating, even though the channel means to encourage and share with others. Love it? Please support Matt by buying it. I thoroughly enjoy this whole album. It’s very encouraging.

Praise and Worship: Put on the Garment of Praise #Celtic

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I am aware that this form of video is pirating, even though the channel means to encourage and share with others; please take the time to purchase this track if you like it, please purchase Revival in Belfast, by Robin Mark. It can be found cheap on iTunes.

Praise and Worship: Even When I’m Broken

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I wish I had a video of Sarah performing this live. This rendition of the Psalm 139 is absolutely beautiful. I am aware that this form of video is pirating, even though the channel means to encourage and share with others; please take the time to purchase this track if you like it.

Purchase it here. (This is not a sponsored post.)

Praise and Worship: My God Will Come Through Always

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I love this song; it has been sitting on my favourites playlist for months and months. I hope the words encourage you.

I did try and find Tricia playing it live, but this was the best I could do. I am aware that this form of video is pirating, even though the channel means to encourage and share with others; please take the time to purchase this track if you like it. If you are looking for Tricia’s music, some albums are listed under her first name, and some, her full name.

King David’s Lyre: Played by Michael Levy

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Following my earlier post where I shared what King David’s harp would have sounded like, here is a beautiful video displaying the gorgeous tones of a ten string Biblical lyre. This is my favourite instrument out of the two.

This is a Shabbat melody composed by Rabbi Israel Goldfarb, “Shalom Aleichem” – track 19, “King David’s Lyre; Echoes of Ancient Israel”:

You can find out where to purchase Michael’s music here. (This is not a sponsored post. The King David Project is non-profit and solely financed from my own income. Later this month I will add a video of Biblical lyre music.