shekinah glory come {a song diary}

Shekhiná, Shejiná, Shekinah, Shechinah, Shekina, Shechina, Schechinah

The word for the translation of the Hebrew for the glory, radiance or presence of God is derived from the Hebrew verb 'sakan'or 'shachar' which means to dwell or reside, and is used to denote the room or house of God, especially in the Jerusalem Temple
Exodus 40:35
"And Moses was not able to enter the tent of meeting because the cloud [shakhan] settled on it, and the glory of the LORD filled the tabernacle."

i have been wading deep into the anointing of this song this week.  swells of Spirit washing over old, tired bones, sowing sinew to bone, flesh to tendon. shekinah glory come.

if you have ever experienced the tangible presence of the living God, it leaves you wrecked for anything else. it leaves you starving for more.
and so, this song is my heart's prayer, after being witness to a great move of God... You move and we want more, You speak and we want more, i can't get enough of Your presence. release the fullness of Your spirit.  oh, shekinah glory come. shekinah glory come.

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