Could you forget all the way G-d has led
Fed you, and clothed you, time and
Could you forget His great love and
The bountiful blessings He's poured on
Could you forget the joy of His
Sweet heavenly dew, liquid gold from
Could you forget the mighty hand Who'd
Out from the wilderness, because of His
Could you forget His great care and
Sheltering you from your enemies' hand?
Could you forget His blessed assurance
To regather and bring you back to the
Could you forget His covenant unbroken?
Remember, O' Israel, and return to His
Could you forget Your Husband Eternal
Awaits you with open arms to welcome you
ON SILVERED WINGS
faith flew through my window,
on silvered wings of prayer.
She gently whispered to me,
sweet peace beyond compare.
"Stay close by Me", she whispered.
"Allow me to embrace your heart,
with joys unspeakable and full of glory,
banishing away all doubt.
Together, we'll soar the highest
Lay low the valley's floor,
Transcend the winds of worship and
As we enter through Heaven's door.
"Next Year In
Hear, ye sacred relics of old,
Ye treasured stones gleaned from
Jerusalem's Temple Mount!
Spiritually upon bent and bleeding
You were borne into exile,
Where prayer was made and
Torah not forgotten.
Though marred, cold and silent,
You've withstood the test of time,
Faithfully reminding each new
Whose life's blood is found absorbed in
"Leshana Haba B' Yerushalayim!"
(Next Year in Jerusalem!")
The time has come, 'O Israel
For the "mighty exodus",
As all nations open up their doors
From the North, South, East and West.
Speak to the North "Give up!"
And to the South, "Keep not back!"
Shout to the very ends of the earth,
"Arise, it's time to pack!"
You are that "coat of many colors",
Uniquely and wonderfully made.
Heed the Voice of your Heavenly Father,
And make "Aliyah" today.
"Righteousness Exalteth A Nation..."
Great kings and rulers throughout the
Have governed o'er many a land.
Often forgetting their ruling authority
Was given them by G-d's mighty hand.
They were chosen to rule on behalf of
In justice and in righteousness,
Called to uphold G-d's Holy Standards,
That they and their land would be
You, Shepherds of Israel"
"Behold, I am against you, shepherds of
I will require My flock at your hands.
For you've done nothing but feed
While My flock dies daily in the land.
"The diseased have you not strengthened,
Neither have you extended My healing
Nor have you bound up that which was
Nor won back unto Me the backslidden
"You have not cared for the downcast,
Who've fallen prey to every beast in the
Therefore, I, the L-rd, will seek them
I will search out every field.
"I will bring back those who are lost.
I will bind up the broken-hearted.
Rejection by you had caused them to
I will bring them back to where they
"I will deliver those who are plagued by
The sick in the world will I heal.
But woe unto you, shepherds of Israel,
Who've kept back from doing My will.
"Then shall they all know Me.
No longer will they be taught by man,
For I will teach them by My Spirit.
I will lead them home to the Promised
Thus saith the L-rd YHWH-ROHI.
The L-rd is my Rock;
A constant shelter from the storm.
He is my High and Mighty Fortress,
Who protects me from all harm.
The L-rd is my Deliverer
From my enemies warring hand.
He's brought me out of bondage
And into the Promised Land.
The L-rd is my G-d,
My Savior... there is no other.
But most of all the L-rd is
My loving, Heavenly Father.
He's always there when we need Him
And even when we don't.
He loves us when we will
And even when we won't.
He feeds us when we're hungry
And even when we're full.
And freely gives us water,
Drawn out from His Heavenly pool.
And when we've grown tired and weary,
He gently restores our soul.
For He is JEHOVAH-ROHI
And we... the sheep of His fold.
I can see the Jordan River,
A sailing ship, transfiguring now in
I can see the Master, with outstretched
Beckoning me this night.
I am slowly sinking,
Deep waters, I cry for help,
"L-rd please take my hand!"
And with smiling face He gently lifts me
Towards the warmth of the sun;
The Promised Land.
I journeyed into a peaceful valley
With laughter, singing and such delight.
It seemed I'd been traveling all the day
Yet still no darkness; only light.
I see children playing. I hear
There, lamb and lion grazed
Yet no fear nor anguished faces,
There no traces did I spy.
Where was I? Streets of gold.
I've seen the young, now where's the
All healthy bodies, no one crying.
Singing, shouting all the day long.
Is it real or will I wake up?
For now my heart sings right along.
G-d, the Master Potter,
Has a special plan for you.
Though you may not fully understand
The suffering you are going through.
Disappointment, pain and sorrow,
Will always come our way.
Yet there is blessed hope still found
For a formless mass of clay.
And when His work is finished,
Your life will reveal
The glorious design G-d made of you
Upon "The Potter's Wheel".
Somewhere between the moon and stars
The silvery sea of glass is laid.
There ships of every size and shape
Sail by in "The Big Sky Parade".
Dazzling lights, capturing the night,
Enveloping a young child's dream.
A fragile canopy, covering the earth,
Projected by giant moonbeams.
Sleep on My child, till the morning
When the ships are no more.
For they lie, well hidden, within
Behind the daytime door.
"For Jerusalem's Sake!"
How can I rest serenely
In a strange and foreign land,
Knowing Eretz Yisrael
Is in dire need of a helping hand?
How can I remain silent
When love's flame within me burns?
How can I turn my eyes away
From the land my spirit yearns?
Am I my brother's keeper?
Or do I turn away a deafened ear
To the sound of distant drums,
As storm clouds are drawing near?
Oh what bonds in unity,
Love can never break
Where heart and soul unite as one
For Jerusalem's sake!
You for G-d will Stand?"
Running across Mount
Carmel's ridge With burning
flame in hand, Is found the
spirit of Elijah still
crying: "Who among you for
G-d will stand?" "How long
will you halt between two
opinions? Two masters you
cannot serve! Return unto
G-d, the G-d of your
fathers; Full honor is what
He deserves!" What manner
of man so bold, so fierce,
Who shunned all doubt and
fear, Would stand in the
face of lawlessness,
Pronouncing G-d's judgment
clear! O' blazing Fire of
Elijah's torch, Rekindle our
spirits once more! Constrain
us to follow the L-rd our
G-d And to honor His Name
evermore! Honor Him, ye
chosen peoples; Arise in His
wayward sons, to the G-d of
your fathers, That you and
your seed might be blessed!
Newness of Life Is Promised Again,
flame, devouring flame,
You are my
silence all my fears,
all my doubts,
me with Your burning.
I am just a
A child in
need of a home,
In a land
that is mine.
I am tired
of roaming the earth.
I am tired
of eating dust.
I am tired
of shadows following me.
I see in
dreams, a land full, rich, and free.
It is there
my heart longs.
It is there
my heart lives.
Awake and be
the wings of the morning!
For I miss
my Mother --
me in that distant land,
The land of
my birth -- Jerusalem.
distance is there in dreams?
For the sun
shines and the rain falls
of life is promised again,
Famine In The Land
lonely, fear-filled faces
through life's window pane,
searching, ever searching
tender seed of grain.
famine, dastardly famine,
through the streets of man,
mercy for the dying;
destruction is his plan.
children, for My glory.
Take up My
Sword and be ye shod.
famine that is fast approaching
Is not for
bread, but for the Word of G-d."
Christian's Response to
of Peace (Rest in Peace Jew)"
a Christian, I will pray for you.
heart be opened
that is true.
that drives you
Your life of
solely from sin.
You lay down
awaken one day
violence and hatred
Christians and Jews
you of the peace
Out of a
cold, hardened ground
anger and hate?
killings, your bombings,
violence to date,
win you peace
starts in the heart
found in false dreams
suicide can buy.
This poem is in response to the hate
("Because I am a Palestinian", by Ayman
The Mighty Exodus
stirring amongst the nations,
As the wind
of G-d's Spirit blows.
wide the graves of His people,
guiding them home.
breathing "new" life into His people.
tambourines loudly playing His songs!
bones in the valley are collecting,
longer weak but mighty and strong.
borne these to me?" cries Jerusalem,
they all come from?
be G-d's prophecy fulfillment?
waited for so very long?
Voice, O' daughter of Zion,
your city's gates.
kinsmen will be vastly returning
For the hand
of the L-rd is gathering.
Out from all
nations His children shall come.
power will stun all the nations.
regathering His people as one.
noise of bones come together,
of the dust.
prepare, O' My people
"The Mighty Exodus".
there are bottles
the hand of G-d
the countless years.
reserved for days of drought --
How dry and
parched the land!
released for love of G-d
And for love
healing river flowing
G-d's heavenly throne
mingled with diamond tears
on earth had sown.