The Sabbath Table, Audio Companion, CD
Vine of David is pleased to present The Sabbath Table, prayer books representing a key component of faithful Jewish living. The Sabbath is a sign between God and Israel, and the dining table is the hub of Jewish worship.
About the Audio Companion
The Sabbath Table Audio Companion provides melodies and songs that will fill your home with joy and delight.
The Sabbath Table Audio companion is a CD resource that contains high-quality recordings of the essential Sabbath Table blessings, prayers, and songs. This 48-track audio resource provides standard melodies and clearly articulated lyrics for Hebrew prayers such as Eshet Chayil, Kiddush for Friday night, Kiddusha Rabba, Yedid Nefesh, Psalm 23, and the complete Birkat HaMazon (Grace After Meals).
Also included are innovative melodies for Messianic inclusions, as well as four completely new Messiah-focused zemirot (Sabbath table songs), complete with musical accompaniment. Each track is keyed to the corresponding paragraph in The Sabbath Table. Play this CD throughout the week at work, in the car, or around the house to help your family learn these beautiful songs and share in the classic Messianic Jewish Sabbath experience.
Below are a few samples from the 48-track Audio Companion.
Birkat HaMazon (Shabbat)
About the Prayer Books
The Sabbath Table is offered in two editions; both present Hebrew and English on facing pages, consisting of Sabbath table blessings, songs, providing Messianic Jews, as well as those among the nations who are drawn to Israel’s light, with expressions of praise and prayer deeply rooted in Jewish soil. Exquisitely crafted, comprehensive, and thoroughly Messianic, The Sabbath Table stands proudly next to any comparative resource published in traditional Judaism.
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