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Paul Wilbur – Shalom Jerusalem lyrics

Shalom Shalom Jerusalem
Peace Be To You
When Messiah Comes
To Take Us Home
May His Praise
Be Found In You
Pray For Peace Jerusalem
City Of Our God
There Salvation Was
Poured Out For You
The Atoning Of The Lord
Once Your Streets
Filled With Joy
Branches Raised Up High
Shouting Blessed Be The Holy One
Yeshua T'adonai

Israel Beloved Ephraim My Son
How My Heart Would
Thril To Hear You Say
The Messiah Has Come
O My Brothers Hear These Words
May They Pierce Your Soul
Turn Again To Worship Adonai
Messiah You Will Bow



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    UnregisteredApr 20, 2012 at 4:07 am
    When we hear the word peace we usually associate this to mean an absence of war or strife but, the hebrew meaning of the word shalom has a very different meaning. The verb form of the root word is shalam and is usually used in the context of making restitution. When a person has caused another to become deficient in some way, such as a loss of livestock, it is the.

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