Uvashabbat was written by Aaron Eby. The name Aharon is encoded in its verses. Luke 23:56 records how the disciples of Yeshua rested according to the commandment. Uvashabbat joyfully connects the dots from the commandment given to the generation in the wilderness to the disciples and then prophetically to the future kingdom when “Shiloh comes into his kingdom. Follow along to learn the Hebrew melody. English transliteration and translation also provided.
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