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Sheyibaneh (That It Will be Built)



Gad Elbaz, along with his father and his son, sing this beautiful single about hope and the rebuilding of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem.

 



For the first time Gad collaborates with his father, Beni Elbaz, and son Binyamin. Three generations of the Elbaz family singing together about the reconstruction of the Beit HaMikdash – the Holy Temple in Jerusalem 

 

Binyamin is 12 years old, and he is the son of singer Gad Elbaz. This will be the first single for Binyamin Elbaz produced by his father Gad. This is the Elbaz family in its full glory! 

 

May G-d have mercy on us, and enable everyone to strengthen their emuna during these difficult times, and do The Law of Thank You, and through this we will be redeemed from this long and difficult exile, very soon, amen!

 

 

Important Note: Chut shel Chessed’s advisor of Jewish law, Rabbi Elgrod shlita, has made the ruling that this year due to the many people suffering from depression and sadness due to coping with the Corona virus, it is permissible to listen to regular music with instruments during the Three Weeks and the Nine Days of Mourning. If you are feeling emotionally well then it is better not to use this special permission, but if you are feeling down, then please do use the power of music to be happy and pick yourself up. If you are one of the many people suffering from depression, then you are permitted even to listen to music on the day of Tisha B’Av – the Ninth of Av – itself! The most important thing is to remain happy, upbeat and hopeful.  

 

You might be shocked by those words, which don’t seem to be at all appropriate for the most concentrated time of mourning in the Jewish calendar. However, Rabbi Arush is extremely strong, based on Rebbe Nachman who says that it is a very big mitzvah to be happy – and that we must be happy, even on Tisha B’Av! 

Certainly, we must follow Jewish law and lessen our happiness – but only by just a little. Mostly, we shift our happiness from being happy with Torah and mitzvot, to being happy by serving Hashem with mourning. “This is what You want from me today, G-d? To sit and mourn? I am going to do even that happily! However you want me to serve You, I do it happily!” 

 

And if you find yourself falling into depression, then you must do whatever it takes to pull yourself out of that pit – including music, dancing, and laughter.  

Rav Eli Goldsmith also explained this concept beautifully in his class this week – click here to watch.  

 

Lyrics: 

שיבנה, שיבנה בית המקדש 

שיבנה, שיבנה בית המקדש  

שיבנה, שיבנה בית המקדש  

שיבנה, שיבנה בית המקדש 

 

אליהו הנביא אליהו התשבי שיבנה שיבנה בית המקדש  

אליהו הנביא אליהו התשבי שיבנה שיבנה בית המקדש  

 

שיבנה, שיבנה בית המקדש  

שיבנה, שיבנה בית המקדש  

שיבנה, שיבנה בית המקדש  

שיבנה, שיבנה בית המקדש  

 

אליהו הנביא אליהו התשבי שיבנה שיבנה בית המקדש  

אליהו הנביא אליהו התשבי שיבנה שיבנה בית המקדש  

 

שיבנה, שיבנה בית המקדש  

שיבנה, שיבנה בית המקדש  

שיבנה, שיבנה בית המקדש  

שיבנה, שיבנה בית המקדש  

 

אז ימלא שחוק פינו ולשוננו רינה, אז ימלא שחוק פינו ולשוננו רינה  

אז ימלא שחוק פינו ולשוננו רינה, אז ימלא שחוק פינו ולשוננו רינה 

 

Three times: 

The Beit HaMikdash (Temple) will be built, will be built 

The Beit HaMikdash (Temple) will be built, will be built 

The Beit HaMikdash (Temple) will be built, will be built 

The Beit HaMikdash (Temple) will be built, will be built 

 

Elijah the Prophet, Elijah the Tishbi will build, will build the Beit HaMikdash 

Elijah the Prophet, Elijah the Tishbi will build, will build the Beit HaMikdash 

 

 

 

 

 





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