Showing posts from February, 2013

New music: Paul Wilbur – Your Great Name

Now here’s an interesting new album, fine Chavah Messianic Radio fans: Paul Wilbur – Your Great Name Paul Wilbur is perhaps the most well-known Messianic musicians, and one of the pioneers of Messianic Jewish music in the 1980s through his old group, Israel’s Hope. Your Great Name is unique, as it’s Wilbur’s first studio album in 20 years. His last several albums have all been recordings of live performances. If Paul Wilbur’s own artistic force wasn’t enough, this album features an array of accomplished artists: Beckah Shae, popular Christian music artist who has graced recent Messianic Jewish conferences. Sharon Wilbur , the very talented Messianic singer & songwriter  who’s own music ranks as some of the top-ranked on Chavah . Danny Gokey, American Idol finalist and Christian pop singer makes an appearance, lending his strong male vocal to a Messianic remake of the hit Christian song, “Great I Am”. You can purchase the album on Paul Wilbur’s website . Enjoy!

FAQ: How can I buy Messianic music on Chavah?

Q. How can I buy the music on Chavah? A. Glad you asked! One of the purposes of Chavah Messianic Radio is to raise the awareness of Messianic music and help out the artists who devote time and resources into serving. To purchase an album, Chavah has the “❤” button on the currently-playing song: Click that “❤” button and you’ll be taken to the artist’s website where you can purchase the music directly from the artists. Enjoy! p.s. Still can't find the song or album you're looking for? Email me and I can point you in the right direction.

Ian Kalev Michaels – Beyond the Veil

Added to the station, contributed by the artist, a Messianic instrumental album with some amazing guitar talent praising the Lord. Ian Kalev Michaels – Beyond the Veil Enjoy!

Looking for God

Sons of Korah – Psalm 69   "Save me, God! The water's coming up to my neck, and I'm sinking! I'm exhausted from crying, my throat is parched, I'm worn out. My eyes fail looking for You ; where are you?" -King David, Psalm 69