Shalom, fine Chavah fans. We’ve got some new music for you in the form of a new album contributed by the artist himself: Ian Kalev Michaels – Process of Illumination This is an interesting album to me. The album is rather bold, calling out sin among believers, calling out anti-Torah attitudes, calling out, as one song puts it, “neatly-tied religion.” I think this will resonate with many of you, and unsettle others. It often uses parody to point out the foolishness of dead religion. It’s a bold, unapologetic message for Messiah and Torah. I hope you fine Chavah fans enjoy.
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Shalom, Chavah fans. On this day, June 7th, 1967, Israel regained the city of Jerusalem after nearly 2000 years. I blogged about it over at the Kineti blog : it’s a cause for rejoicing for Messianic believers and Christians. Messianic music reflects the locus of Zion present in the Bible; many of our songs center on Israel and Jerusalem, just as Yeshua’s own ministry did. With that in mind, here are select few favorites on Chavah that celebrate Jerusalem, the place where God has set his name forever : Barry & Batya Segal – Old City of Jerusalem Israel's Hope - Shalom Jerusalem Helen Shapiro - I Was Glad Kol Simcha - Im Eshkachech (If I Forget Jerusalem) Liberated Wailing Wall - Sha'alu Shalom Yerushalayim Barry & Batya Segal - O Jerusalem Happy Yom Yerushalayim, fine Chavah fans.