Rabbi And Priest Sing Hallelujah In Jerusalem

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  1. ronie

    only now to come across this and i can just picture a similar scene like this (in the Kingdom age) when all will go up to Zion singing praises to HIM (in Hebrew)… so that you won’t have to ask your partner if he know how to speak or read Hebrew… !;-)

  2. Francesca

    Todah Rabah Dr. Eli 🙂
    I am christian, roman catholic, from Italy.
    God bless you and everyone who does the Will of God.
    (Mark 3:35)

    1. Dr. Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg

      Thank you for writing, Francesca! Dr. Eli

  3. sonia suely

    Sympathique!

  4. Sandy Hicks

    Music, the universal language, and the love of God to His people, how beautiful! Love it!!!

  5. Joe Zias

    After listening to this for a few minutes, I think they better keep their day jobs…
    Enjoy the holidays

    1. Dr. Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg

      Love it!!!!! 🙂

  6. Anna Dempsey

    This has made my Holiday to hear God’s People sing together and the more the song progressed the more beautiful their praise to the one who created us to be one as he is one.

  7. Sidney Weill

    Toda raba gibt Hoffnung

  8. Giovanni Lord Teruel Balleza

    Amen, blest be the Lord as he shows His Glory to all the nations. Maranatha, yes come Lord Jesus. may the Filipino people stand with their brethren and friends in Israel, proclaiming his love, justice and mercy.

  9. Vernita

    MORE! MORE!

    1. sonia suely

      I agree Vernita. I loved o come, o come Emmanuel” too” did you see?

  10. Jane z mazzola

    Awesome; bringing people together, rejoicing in God’s great gift to mankind. Also enjoyed the next clip of 2 Jewish gents singing “Sound of Silence” of Simeon & Garfunkel fame. Joyous blessings for you&yours in 2016,
    Jane m

  11. Rosana Davison

    Hallelujah!! HIS plan is amazing for all HIS children! Thank you for sharing! Shalom

  12. Deborah Bond

    I would fit in well, “make a joyful noise”. Music to God’s ear in His land with His people. Indeed Hallelujah, Hallelujah!!!

  13. Deborah Caserotti

    This is very dear. Thank you for sharing. It gives me a glimpse into life in Israel.

  14. Kat H

    How beautiful is the Power of love that brings two men and two languages together.

  15. Dr. Bill Avaritt

    Hello Eli!

    Really enjoyed listening to this piece. Obviously, the priest and the rabbi know they are not professional singers, although the violinist played very well, but the point is in the message, God’s people singing together in the streets of Jerusalem, where Jesus Christ once walked and preached! Reminds everyone that God will take even the willing spirit to proclaim him. We have hope for eternal life with God in kingdom. (Proverbs 3:5,6) God bless with many blessings for you and your family in 2016.

    1. Dr. Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg

      Exactly!!!! 🙂

    2. sonia suely

      I make mine your words Dr. Avaritt!