I love YHWH ALMIGHTY, ABBA FATHER, YAHOSHUA BEN YHWH, RUACH KADESH, THE KADOSH TRINITY, INI GOOD AND RIGHTEOUS Messianic Ethiopian Hebrew Israelite Rastafari, near and far.
I rose this Shabbat morning with songs of reflection, inspection, appreciation, prospection and praise.
Some may challenge and even frown on the music and or musicians who sing the music.
To be clear, Yahoshua taught me that music is universal. Yahoshua taught me to listen to message in music.
Someone may be of a different nation, community, tribe, and family, who produces music. And yet, if the message of that person’s music, inspires in ways that give glory, honor, praise, and worship to YHWH. Halleluyah!
Shabbat is my day of rest and worship.
Sincere acceptance and praise of, to, with and for YHWH is real, Israel.
In all rest and worship experiences of YHWH’S FAMILY, YHWH’S PEOPLE, near and far are habits, repetitions, generations and change.
I listen to and sometimes even enjoy music by musicians and not subscribe to nor adhere to platforms, teachings, philosophies, way of life, nor ideologies of that musician or those people of what the people day and do are duplictious, wicked, untrue and or dumb.
David Gray sings a love song entitled,
” Please Forgive Me”.
That is a love song that was sent to me ten years ago that resonates on both a spiritual and physical level.
What would a love song from YHWH sound like?
Zemira Israel, of ISUP, ( I am not sure if those are the letters of the purple ones who profess to be Israelites), however, Zemira sings a song entitled “Israel”.
Again, I do not support platforms on which actors, musicians, actions and songs conflict with YHWH’S WORD.
The message in the music, is real, to me, ISRAEL. I love YHWH’S MEHIRS, near and far.
The message in the music I hear and sing is of, to, in, with and for YHWH’S wisdom, righteousness, good, truth, understanding, inner standing, overstanding, kindness, shalom, grace, loyalty, humility, knowledge, beauty, service, power, presence, judgment, justice and victory.
Ihit Ahkot Mary Rose