Friday, December 29, 2017

Sabbath Music - A Southern Celtic Christmas




We watched a wonderful concert on PBS last week called A Southern Celtic Christmas, and I loved it because it had two Celtic harps, fiddle music, and dancing.  America's southern bluegrass music, which I love, has roots in the Scotch-Irish music brought here by immigrants.  Here's a playlist with short clips of the music on the show.  A Southern Celtic Christmas

Hanukkah and Christmas don't have to be over, my friends.  We can keep the peace, love, and JOY in our hearts all year long.  That's what it's all about.  Yeshua is Immanuel -- G-d With Us.  We can celebrate Him 365 days a year!  I do, and I hope you do.  The Sabbath is very much like Christmas -- a time to be still, draw near to Him, and enjoy the beauty of His presence and His love for us.  


Shabbat Shalom, dear Gail-Friends, and may your time with Him be sweet.









2 comments:

  1. Happy New Year, Gail! You commented on my doll blog, so I clicked on your link and came to visit your blog, which looks Very Interesting. I love the Take Peace FB page; it's very calming in today's hectic world. Thanks for coming by. Have a wonderful New Year in 2018.

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