Friday, February 25, 2011

Shabbat is Coming

Shabbat comes every week!
And every week, we delight in it!
And every week, we welcome it with singing...
and sometimes dancing, too...



Shabbat is Coming

Circle to the right, Shabbat is coming
Circle to the right, Shabbat is coming
Circle to the right, Shabbat is coming

Shabbat is coming.


Circle to the left, Shabbat is coming
Circle to the left, Shabbat is coming
Circle to the left, Shabbat is coming

Shabbat is coming.


Clap your hands, Shabbat is coming
Clap your hands, Shabbat is coming
Clap your hands, Shabbat is coming

Shabbat is coming


Stomp your feet, Shabbat is coming
Stomp your feet, Shabbat is coming
Stomp your feet, Shabbat is coming

Shabbat is coming


Have a seat, Shabbat is coming
Have a seat, Shabbat is coming
Have a seat, Shabbat is coming

Shabbat is coming


American folk tune - “The Old Brass Wagon”
Lyrics by Judy Caplan Ginsburgh


Can listen here:
Shabbat is Coming


Shabbat Shalom!

"And {Elohim} God blessed the seventh day,
and sanctified it {set it apart}:
because that in it He had rested
from all His work
which {Elohim} God created and made."
Genesis 2:3


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4 comments:

rjcmj said...

What a beautiful song! Your children are so precious!
Blessings in Yehsua HaMashiach,
Joycelyn

Sigalit Chana said...

Delightful indeed! Shabbat Shalom =)

Maya'lee said...

Hey, my name is Maya'lee and I'm 14 years old. I just came across your blog a couple of weeks ago and I really like it. Your posts are always interesting and you take some awesome pictures!

I just had one quick question...I noticed that modesty is an important topic on your blog, and I'm not sure if you've covered this on your blog yet, but what do you think is appropriate swim-wear? Do you and your daughters go with the full-bathing suit, or what?

Hope you don't mind the question!

Have a great day,

~Maya'lee

PlainJane said...

Cute. Now I'm going to have that song going through my head all day and it's only Wednesday. lol

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