|Album||Age To Age|
|Genre||Contemporary Christian music|
|Written by||Michael Card, Jack Thompson|
|Produced by||Brown Bannister|
|Last single||Sing Your Praise to the Lord|
|Next single||In a Little While|
El Shaddai is well known song by Amy Grant.
Translation of Hebrew lyrics Edit
El Shaddai, as previously mentioned, is most often translated as "God Almighty."
El-Elyon na Adonai is a combination of two names for God, meaning "God Most High, O Lord" (na is a particle of entreaty, sometimes translated "please" but often left untranslated).
Erkamka na Adonai is taken from Psalm 18:1 (except for the "na," which is added) and is normally translated "I love you (ארחמך), O Lord." Psalm 18:1 is the only place that the Hebrew Bible uses this verb for love in the Qal stem; this is normally an Aramaic usage. Hebrew uses this verb in the Piel stem.
For more information on the translation, refer to this thread on the Michael Card discussion forum.
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