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Friday, February 3, 2012

Betroth You to Me

This is one of my most favorite artists and my favorite song. It's one of those songs, I get lost in - in worship and sing at the top of my lungs and start swaying, dancing and spin too..You know.... the kind of song you end up embarressing yourself with, if anyone else walks into the room! :-) So join me and blast it! :-)



Shabbat Shalom!

8 comments:

Abbey said...

I love your taste in music! I needed this so much today and I needed to pass it on to someone too! What a blessing it was to hear these words!!!

Shabbat Shalom

tribalmama said...

Thanks for sharing, I have never heard this song or the artist. I also enjoy its style.

am yisrael chai said...

I thank you for the encouraging words. I might need some help navigating and I thank you for resonding so quickly and offering of help. I was looking at your picture. Are you from Ky? I think I have met you. Does your daughter sing and your husband play an instrument? If so I have heard their beautiful music in Casey County at a Retreat of a friend.

MommySetFree said...

Am Yisrael Chai,
Welome! We are not from Kentucky - we live in TN. We have spent some time at KenLake State park, but out side of that we have not spent much time in KY. :-)

Just call me Suzy Q said...

Pamela, I love this song! I recently finished reading Hinds Feet on High Places and somehow the subject of being bethrothed to Yeshua has come up several times recently along with the subject of the Traditional Hebraic wedding ceremony being full of symbolism pointing to Yeshua's words as our Messiah. This was the icing on the cake. Thank you for sharing!

MommySetFree said...

Suzy Q, Check this song out..I just came by it the other day.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUJfeo3BKFk&feature=plcp

Anonymous said...

Who the Artist of this song "The Promise" very beautiful song.
Shalom
Luis. M

MommySetFree said...

Isn't it?!! The Artist's name is Ronen Shalom. He is Israeli and a believer. He has two cd's (at the time of this writing) - This is on The Songs of The Bride- Which I prefer to his other one, and I highly recommend! (Although sometimes it cane be hard to find.)