The Banana-Praise part two took place on the beginning of the Jewish Shavuot at the same building like the part one.
And for those who don’t know what Shavuot means: it was translated into Pentecost for Greek philosophic believers or whatever reason.
According to scriptures the counting of the feasts like the Shavuot depends on nature – based on the lunar agriculture natural system.
But because of the very early spring in 2016 it is not 100% sure if that day or already a month earlier was the correct biblical counting for Shavuot.
Simply without the 13th month.
However, Shavuot is a important biblical feast that seem to be a bit neglected.
The Christian Pentecost is somehow disconnected from the meaning of Shavuot, because of what I have been taught the only focus is on the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the 120 Disciples that were gathered together to celebrate this feast. I don’t want to neglect that event but there is much more when we look in context and the whole meaning.
Regardless of theological discussions, my focus on that day was the hope that the Holy Spirit will come with tongues of fire on every head while I am playing and YHWH will write the Torah in your heart.
In every case if visible or not I hope my music will touch you.
The songs that are from one of my productions you can find also in the respective albums.
Here you’ll find the whole concert, one song after the other – and with songs that are not in any other album, nor have a studio version.