“Yeshua” – music for the heart

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“Yeshua” – music for the heart

Tonight, I am so thankful for the Sabbath.  I actually felt ready to rest this week… the laundry’s all put away, the floors even got vaccumed (which also means that toys went away to their respective places) and supper came moments after the sun slipped behind the mountains… As my Dad and I sat in quiet conversation, after supper and the boys had run off to play, a sense of shalom settled over me… So thankful for the day to just rest!

Upon getting the boys tucked in, I wasn’t sure what to do.  I have this package waiting to be opened, and I CAN’T wait! , but I didn’t feel ready – I needed more time to decompress and relax, maybe get a shower… and spend some time in worship….

There’s a beautiful song I heard last week that I decided to listen to again, and find the lyrics as well… The music touched me deeply last Sabbath, even tho, at the time, the lyrics didn’t sink in, tho I think I read the English translation??

Tonight, they seem perfect…

The following link is a quality copy of the song, Yeshua by Fernandinho, and I believe it is Portugese.

Lyrics (taken loosely from Song of Solomon):

Yeshua… (Yeshua…)

Vem saltando sobre os montes (Come leaping over the mountains)

de Jerusalem (of Jerusalem)

Sou tua noiva apaixonada (I am your bride who is in love)

te esperando para dançar (waiting for you to dance)

Waiting for you to dance

this version is not as good music quality, but I have to say I wish I’d been there in person to see this performance! What an incredible romance we have “fallen” into!

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Yeshua,

Come!

Leaping over the Mountains of Jerusalem

I am your Bride, who is in Love

Waiting for you to Dance.

Yeshua Come …..

Much thanks to Richard Calmes, Photographer.

You can find more of his STUNNING work, here:
http://www.pbase.com/rcalmes 

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About Beloved of YHWH

I am the “Head of Domestic Affairs” here on the mountain top. What that means is, I’m a stay-at home mom of 2 Boys, Small business owner, gardener, homemaker, blogger, planner, mediator, nurse, and so much more. My life took an unexpected and painful turn a couple of years ago, which is how I came to name my blog Shakam Boqer, but YHVH has been incredibly faithful to me, the boys and I are healing, and I am full of hope. I’m a follower of Yeshua, and my faith is an integral part of my life. Part of how He created me to reflect Him is to be a teller of the Story. I share my story, not as an exhibitionist, not for the attention it might receive, not for accolades or recognition, but, for His Glory – so that others, as they read, as they see how YHVH has led and loved me over the course of time, can be edified, lifted up, encouraged to Look to HIM, to Trust Him, to pursue Holy Wholeness with every fiber of their beings. Within this blog, I want community and conversation and interaction. I want to offer hope, and joy, and also thought provoking bits that make one look deeper into the heart of Elohim. This is my place to share my thoughts, wrestlings and just daily life. Please, please feel free to comment, discuss and even dissect & respectfully disagree. Be sure you check out Welcome & Disclaimers to get a general idea of the Blog, and what I am about: http://wp.me/p1Tc3u-1 Feel free to contact me directly at: abigailmistyd at gmail dot com. Some blogs are password protected as I don't want pictures of my children pulled from my blog in a "image search" and posted elsewhere on the web. If I know you in person, or we have interacted online, and you'd like to read them, shoot me a note, tell me how I know you, and ask for the password. :)

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