I have NO idea what that means. :)
It is the title of an beautiful song that is often sung in Jewish Synagogues.
A while ago, Hubby and I hired a sitter so we could go to a special lecture/concert by a Jewish Cantor who spoke about the history of Jewish Music.
It was a great night, you can read more about it here.
While we were there he sang this beautiful song.
God speaks to my soul in music. I am amazed often at how a beautiful traditional tune, especially when accompanied with powerful lyrics, can move me in great ways.
I wanted to share the beautiful lyrics to this song.
Here they are:
There is none like our God,
there is none like our Sovereign;
There is none like our Ruler,
there is none like our Savior.
Who is like our God?
Who is like our Sovereign?
Who is like our Ruler?
Who is like our Savior?
Let us give thanks to our God,
let us will to give thanks to our Sovereign;
Let us give thanks to our Ruler,
Let us give thanks to our Savior.
Praise be our God, praised by our Sovereign;
Praised by our Ruler, praised by our Savior.
You are our God, You are our Sovereign;
You are our Ruler,
You are our Savior.
Well, perhaps I was more impressed with the words when it was sung in Hebrew but a place to direct one's reflections it still remains.