“Today we thank almighty God for his infinite goodness and for the renewed hope for this peace and for all of the good things that have happened to Israel under this administration.”
For the first time in modern history, approximately 800 men from the tribe of Levi joined together on the stairs in front of the Hulda Gates in the Davidson Center adjacent to the southern wall of the Temple Mount to sing the three songs the Levites sang in the Temple.
In new video, Rabbi Jeremy Gimpel’s son gets in shape to join the IDF as his father sings Psalms calling for Israel’s success.
The 104th Psalm has long been known as the “Creation Psalm.” This psalm presents a poem about the creation of the world. One of the longer psalms, it is traditionally divided into 35 verses.
Psalm 150: Praise God in His Sanctuary Praise Him in the Heavens of His power Praise Him for his mighty acts Praise Him for His abundant greatness Praise Him with the blast of a shofar Praise Him with lyre and harp Praise Him with Drum and Dance Praise Him with organ and flute Praise Him […]
On Sunday morning, a Jewish American tourist wearing a yarmulke stood with a group of fellow Jewish tourists and spoke about the meaning of a biblical verse.
Just as Queen Esther asked all the Jews to fast for three days in the Purim story, Jews are again fasting and praying during the three days before Purim.
Sing along to the uplifting words of King David’s Psalm 150 with this great song, “Hallelu” performed by the Shir El Choir! Learn the holy words in Hebrew with our English transliteration.
In the times of the Temple, worshipping God was a lively experience as described in Psalm 150. Listen and sing along to Nomi Tepler’s lively Hebrew song – turn your volume up and enjoy.
Watch this week’s music video featuring renown artist Chaim Dovid singing Psalm 122 to the backdrop of pictures from Jerusalem.