Lechem Bemalchut Shamayim
Lechem Bemalchut Shamayim was written by Aaron Eby in collaboration with Troy Mitchell. The text of the chorus comes from Luke 14:15 which recounts the delighted reaction of one of those listening to our Master’s teachings about the coming Kingdom of God on earth. Follow along with lyrics provided in Hebrew and transliteration with English translation.
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