(Painting Credit: Yoram Raanan)
The hardly famous chapter of Deuteronomy 32 in our Bible rarely receives the attention it deserves. Called “Ha Azinu” in Hebrew, it simply means the first word of the song, Listen.
Jacob Stone and I have been working for many months to produce a music track with the reading of Deuteronomy 32 over it. This is the first rough draft with me reading, however the final cut will have Jacob’s voice over which will be welcomed addition.
The song recently was given it’s crucial component as we met an Israeli Backpacker that sung the entire song for us in his Yemenite Hebrew order. This vital addition has truly made the song something special, and why I am posting rather early on in the production process because it is too special to not share. I pray that it blesses you to meditate on this Everlasting Song that is truly a prophecy of Israel’s past, present, and future.
2 thoughts on “The Song of Moses”
Wow I’ve been waiting for Spirit inspired (scriptural) worship ITS HERE- PRAISE THE LORD OF HOSTS
Thank you for such encouraging words. If the Lord wills, the next album is due out at some time this year. We rejoice to sing the Scriptures with the conviction and emotion of the Lord! Pray that we may continue doing so. Bless you.