The Biblical song that the Jewish people will sing when Moshiach (Messiah) comes
“O come, let us sing unto Hashem; let us shout for joy to the Rock of our salvation.” Psalms 95:1 (The Israel Bible™)
The Hebrew Bible contains the words to ten songs that mark the most significant occurrences in human history. Known in Hebrew as the Ten Shirot (Songs), these are Biblical songs that Biblical figures sang in praise to God.
The tenth song, known as Shir haGeula, the song of the redemption, or Shir haMoshiach, the song of the Messiah, has yet to be sung. Its words come from the Book of Isaiah, chapter 26. Some say that it will be introduced by the verses in Isaiah 9:2-7.
On one level, the verses in Isaiah 9:2-7 refer to King Hezekiah, the 13th king of Judah. Hezekiah was a 15th generation descendant of King David and had the potential to become the Jewish Messiah. Despite the great
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