WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
RE: "SHIMAH ELOHIM" PSALM 61 by Christene Jackman: "Another awesome song. I hope it is played in the Throne Room of The Most High!!"
VIDEO CREDITS FOR "WE FOLLOW THE TORAH"
A Lively Messianic Torah procession song
"We Follow the Torah" by Christene Jackman.
Words & Music by Christene Jackman (c)2014
Vocals by: Christene Jackman,
Shiloh Bossenbroek, Dolorez Bossenbroek,
Audrey Bialik, Olivia Kutsche, Nate Bialik.
Guitar & Percussion by: Christene Jackman
Recorded, Mixed & Mastered by:
Robert @ Fast Trax Studio
2767 Baldwin ST, Jenison MI 49428
COMMENTS RE: "ZAKHARYAH"
"This was just beautiful!"
"Comforting to the soul."
"Very beautiful video & so reassuring of the Promise of HaShem :-)) G-d Bless Israel & all the good people everywhere! Shalom."
BACK STORY TO THE SONG, "ZAKHARYAH"
Note from recording artist, Christene Jackman:
“I wrote the song, “Zakharyah” after visiting the Western Wall in Jerusalem for the first time. Overhead, blue sky and white clouds were my canopy as I placed my fingers on the rough, cool rock. As I gently laid my forehead on a massive stone to pray, it felt as if I were resting my head on Abba Father’s chest. Suddenly, without warning, I was overcome by deep emotion and started to weep. I was finally here. I was finally home. This place is what has been calling to me all my life. This is why “home” had never felt like “Home.” I just didn’t understand the call until now.
"Zechor, Adonai, zechor!" (“Remember, Lord, remember!”) I cried out loud. My tearful prayer set the two women on either side of me crying, too. Hiding my face in my hands, breathing in the scent of ancient stone, I whispered, “Remember your covenant with this precious people, Adonai. Open their eyes. Help them see their true Messiah.”
When I eventually left the Old City of Jerusalem that day, I walked slowly back to my place in a stunned state. Absolutely stunned. I would try to explain it to you, but words fail me. You have to come here to understand this experience. Later that night, I opened the bible to read. It flipped opened to Zechariah. Zechariah in Hebrew is Zacharyah and means, "Yah (God) remembers." Whoa. Stunned again! My eyes were drawn to Zechariah 2:10-13"
“Sing out and be happy, Zion My daughter! For look, I have come; I will settle in your midst, says the Lord. Many nations will join themselves to the Lord on that day, and they will be My people. Indeed, I will settle in the midst of you all. Then you will know that the Lord of Hosts has sent me to you. The Lord will inherit Judah as his portion in the Holy Land and He will choose Jerusalem once again. Be silent in the Lord’s presence, all people everywhere, for He is being roused from His holy Dwelling Place."
Whoa. He heard my cry at the Wall and this was His way of telling me that He’s not forgotten and that He is coming. What He promises He will do. Count on it. Zakaryah! God remembers! When He says He remembers--it means He's about to do something amazing and in keeping with His Covenant promises. Wait for it!