Since we are back in Jerusalem again, starting today, we are immersed in Jewish culture. We’re standing in Jerusalem, and transported back in our imagination over the centuries of God’s people in this land and the music that inspired them. It still touches me deeply.

I LOVE the sound of the shofar (ram’s horn) used in Jewish life and worship. This is a beautiful Jewish prayer and the shofar is in the first 1.5 minutes of the video. The “shofar” trumpet or ram’s horn is mentioned over 130 times in the Bible. Moving Jewish prayer worth listening too – putting you back into biblical times

If you want to hear music from Abraham’s time see the video below. You can also hear it on my documentary Abraham, Father of Faith & Works.

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  1. zabet rayes

    This is the Assyrian music instruments 4500 years ago dear. I speak Aramaic and that is Jesus Language. We are scattered all over the world because of persecution. The Assyrian, Chaldean, Syriac all speak the Aramaic Language.

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