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New music from Micha’el Eliyahu BenDavid

We’ve added some new tunes from Micha’el Eliyahu BenDavid’s upcoming album, Mizmor L’Ben David.

Micha’el is a personal friend of ours, lover of Yeshua, one of the kindest people you’ll meet. His music turns out to be some of the most popular on all of Chavah; his song Shiru L’Adonai is the #6 ranked song by the international Messianic community. In fact, in the heavenly 70 top Messianic tunes, Micha’el has 3 songs in the top 10 as of the time of this writing.

So, we’re pretty sure you’re going to enjoy the tunes from his new album. You can purchase the MP3s here.

Shalom and enjoy the tunes for the Lord!

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  1. I love Micha'el BenDavid's music, and have your site playing in my house much of the time and on my blog www.plaintorahkeeper.blogspot.com :) His site to purchase His music has been down and I've wrote a few times to let them know. I was able to find one of Micha'el's albums on amazon :) but am still trying to purchase all His other albums.
    Thank you for your website :) I am a HUGE fan :) Yahweh bless your work.

    Shalom Shalom,Tabby

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