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New music: Joshua Aaron - Bo Yeshua

Shalom friends! Chag sameach, happy feast of Shavuot! Shavuot is the Biblical feast when God gave the Torah to Israel some 3500 years ago. And on Shavuot some 2000 years ago, God poured out His spirit on the people in Jerusalem, an event so historic it changed the course of history and induced the ingathering of all nations to the God of Israel in an event the Church still remembers to this day as Pentecost.

With all that said, here’s some music to boost your joy:

Joshua Aaron – Bo Yeshua

This is Joshua Aaron’s very first album, 15 songs of live Messianic Jewish praises, entitled Bo Yeshua (Come Yeshua). Like the album? Please support Messiah’s musicians by purchasing Bo Yeshua.

I hope you enjoy this music for Messiah, fine Chavah fans. Celebrate on His feast day!

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 A few years ago, Philip had personally contributed all his music to Chavah, and his song Lord of the World quickly became one of the top-rated songs on Chavah. Philip knew about about that, and several times spoke to me how encouraging that was that his music glorified God in a big way.

In 2014, he related to me that he was struggling with cancer. Even still, he remained in good spirits, praising God. When I inquired of his health a few months back, he simply said, "I'm in the Lord's hands!"

Philip's music inspired numerous Messianic artists over the years. As recently as last year, his beautiful ballad When I Worship You inspired both a cover song and album of the same name from Jonathan Settel.

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"When I worship you
All my fears are gone
Everything is new
You and I…