In this session we will be looking at Psalm 125, 126, and 127 – all Psalms of Ascent or in the Hebrew “Aliyah” – Songs of coming up. There are 15 Psalms of Aliyah written by David and one by Solomon that were used in the daily worship services of the temple as well as being sung by the pilgrims as they would travel up to Jerusalem 3 times a year for the annual feasts. King David was a worshiper and his music and words still echo today!
About The Author
Steve Rees has recorded more than 10 CDs that center around the Psalms of David. Traveling extensively in the USA and internationally, Steve gives musical performances and lectures to share the discoveries of establishing healing and spiritual connections between Hebrew text and musical notes. As a Registered Nurse, Steve had noticed the beneficial physiological effects of the music on the patients when he would take the harp into the hospital to play for his patients who were on dialysis. Steve wondered if there might be a connection between the Psalms that King David wrote and the music of the harp that caused a “troubling spirit” to depart King Saul mentioned in 1 Samuel. Consequently, Steve began to study the Hebrew text of the Psalms to find the musical notes used--wondering if it would be possible to know how the Psalms might have sounded? From these questions, Steve was also drawn to the “Healing Codes for the Biological Apocalypse” by Dr. Leonard Horowitz and Joseph Puleo. His research on how musical frequencies affect the various functions of the body, lead him to develop the website: www.calmingharp.com From 1998 to the present, Yahweh God has been preparing Steve to share the mysteries of Hebraic musical frequencies for spiritual and physical healing. From a boy who built his own harp to a grown man ministering to others, Steve has given his life to serve the Creator of this Universe through the gift of music.
August 11, 2015
March 10, 2021