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New music: Mason Clover – Perception

Shabbat shalom, fine Chavah fans.

I’m delighted to announce our good friend Mason Clover has published a new Messianic album – hot off the presses this month – and also generously sent it to us for play on Chavah. Cool!

Mason Clover – Perception

Mason’s albums have a distinctive rich, crisp, production-quality sound set to Mason’s passionate singing the words of Scripture. This new album features fresh takes on old classics, like Mi Kamocha, Mason’s greatest hits, like El Shaddai, as well as several fresh new songs for the Lord.

I think you fine Chavah fans will greatly enjoy this new music for King Messiah.

Thanks to Mason for generously contributing this album to Chavah. Friends, you can support Mason by purchasing his music over at masonclover.com

Shabbat shalom!

New music: Micha’el & Ashley BenDavid – Born in Zion

Shalom holy friends, we’ve rolled out fresh new music from Zion on Chavah! I think you’ll love it:

Micha’el & Ashley BenDavid – Born in Zion

Micha’el & Ashley are dear friends of ours – I just visited them last month in their beautiful home in the Judean hills and shared a shabbat meal with them – so I’m beyond excited to announce their new album to you. Their music is some of the highest ranked on Chavah; 4 of their songs are in the top 70 on Chavah.

This new album is something fresh and holy from Zion; I think it’s gonna bless you, encourage you, and build you up in the Lord. A beautiful mix of psalms, joyful praises, even some songs for young children, all set to skillful guitar, flute, and strings – it’s a holy endeavor all to increase your joy in the Lord, friends!

I help the BenDavids in their music ministry and I can say that more than ever, they need folks to support them financially. Would you help? You can do that by purchasing this new album for an easy $18 . Thanks to all the folks who help Messiah’s musicians.

Thanks friends! Enjoy this new music for Messiah and an early shabbat shalom to you all.

New music: Praise to Our God Vol. 5

Shalom holy friends, and an early shabbat shalom to you.

We’re rolling out new music on Chavah to increase your joy:

Various Artists – Praise to Our God Vol. 5

This is the most recent of the volumes produced by Israeli artists and released by the Messianic Jewish Alliance of Israel. You’ll find some familiar Israeli artists here: Sheli Myers, Jamie Hilsden, Sarah Liberman, Yaron Cherniak, and more! I’m really excited about this album.

I’ve procured this album and put in on Chavah thanks in part to a few listeners who encouraged me to get the albums (4 more to come!) and special thanks to listener Margie H. who went the extra mile to get permission to play this album from the copyright holders. Thanks, fine Chavah fans!

You can support Messiah’s musicians by purchasing their album over at http://www.mjai.co.il/products . Enjoy the fresh music for Messiah, and an early shabbat shalom to all!

New music: James Block – Breath of Yah

New Messianic music from Israel now playing on Chavah to increase your shabbat joy!

James Block – Breath of Yah

If you’re new to James’ music, you’ll be delighted to find soaring vocals set to beautiful piano over the ancient words of psalms the prophets. I find his music stirring and powerful.

This new album is James’ 4th album on Chavah. His existing albums have been ranked really well on Chavah – you guys love his music! — and I think this new album will likewise inspire you to praise and shout to the Lord.

Many thanks to James for sending us his music for play on Chavah. You can support James Block’s music by purchasing his music or donating over at https://www.selahmusic.org

Enjoy the new music for Messiah, fine Chavah fans! An early shabbat shalom to you all!

שבת שלום לכולם!

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