Sabbath Table Melodies

Chafetzah Nafshi[06]


This Erev Shabbat Zemer was composed by Aaron Eby. The phrase chai Yeshua (Yeshua lives) is encoded in its verses. This song recalls themes of Sabbath found throughout the Hebrew Bible as well as the Gospels and Writings of the Apostles. These themes are lyrically woven together to convey that both the physical and spiritual aspects of a person can take delight in the Sabbath. Learn to sing the Hebrew melody of with lyrics in Hebrew and transliteration. English translation are also provided.

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