Friday, April 3, 2020

Ransom Captive Israel


  1. The song calls for rejoicing, but it sounds rather gloomy.
    (Sandi, I have no experience with links and linking, so for the time being the answer is no.)


  2. Emmanuel. God, is with us, and may we all come to HIM!!

    I just feel moved to put a simple prayer of Salvation here. Now is a time more than ever that we need a Saviour!! And turn the mood to rejoicing over all!!

    In the quiet of our rooms, in the days we prepare to "pass over"...A simple prayer of salvation, to welcome Jesus, Yeshua, the Jewish Messiah and Savior of the World.

    "Lord Jesus,
    I repent of my sins.  Come into my heart.  I make you my Lord and Savior."

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  4. Beautiful.
    I am very sad, so many people die.
    I wish you good health. Be safe
    Blessed sunday :)

    I hope my link is good:

  5. Hi Sandi, just listened to this song. I absolutely loved it and sang along with it in 'tongues' . If we keep our eyes focused on the true light of the world then we will not walk in darkness. (Spiritually) God bless you Sandi.

  6. I always think of this at advent but it certainly is extremely applicable in these days and times. It's a most haunting rendition. Thanks for sharing.

    I hope you are well. Please stay well.

  7. Thanks for sharing Sandi.
    Hope you are doing ok …

    All the best Jan

    1. Yes, thank you. All the best to you too, Jan!

  8. Beautiful! That is my favorite of all the hymns we sing at Advent.

  9. I love this song, and love that you brought it to our attention now, during Holy Week. I believe it is very appropriate for this time of year as well as Advent. We are waiting for Christ's second coming, and it could be today. Even so, Come Lord Jesus, Come!

  10. Lindíssimo cântico!
    Uma boa semana, com muita saúde e cuidados.
    Um beijo.

  11. Isn't this song played around Christmastime too? It's very nice. : )