Who dares to challenge the goodness of God?

Beauty and goodness comes in many flavors. Here is a song that should make believers happy, and while it may even excite the auditory canals of the atheist, a greater question should be asked: Why does something please me that I cannot even understand the words?

I love the timbre and tempo, I love the seriousness and delight of the singer, I so enjoy the clear reverence for a God above all, and I am fond too of the apple of His eye.

Enjoy and pass along to others who appreciate music of all stripes. (there was a sweet singer of Israel back in the day…………)

Aharon Berk- V’erastich Li | וארשתיך לי – אהרן בירק – YouTube

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Blending the colorful issues of life with the unapologetic truth of scripture, while adding some gracious ferocity.
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4 Responses to Who dares to challenge the goodness of God?

  1. Happy Thanksgiving, Colorstorm! That is a good song!

    I just love the Aaronic blessing sung in Hebrew, too. It’s one of my favorites.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Nice- Tks

      The song is about Jacob’s love for Rachel/ he said that the seven years of wait- were but a day- and he blessed the God of creation and His faithfulness.

      Reminded me of David and his heart/music- when something is distinctly Hebrew- there is a calmness and clarity- love that-

      I showed this song to a lady Jewish orthodox MD- and she said her daughter may in fact be interested in having this at the ceremony.

      That would be special that I could be included by way of inspiration.

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