Greg Silverman | Dry Bones

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Dry Bones

by Greg Silverman

You must hear and be blessed by this powerful blend of all original Messianic Jewish and Gospel music by a gifted singer-songwriter and pianist.
Genre: Spiritual: Praise & Worship
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  Song Share Time Download
1. A New Heart
3:01 $0.99
2. Dry Bones
5:16 $0.99
3. Holy
6:30 $0.99
4. Lift Up Your Heads
3:04 $0.99
5. God in Mercy
3:37 $0.99
6. Noble Theme
4:57 $0.99
7. Living Water
4:48 $0.99
8. Wells of Salvation
2:37 $0.99
9. Shout for Joy
2:41 $0.99
10. Voice of the LORD
4:18 $0.99
11. Save Your People
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Album Notes
Dry Bones is Greg Silverman’s first full-length Messianic Jewish release. As Greg uses his powerful voice to sing God’s unaltered Word, you will experience strong sounds of healing, salvation, and great joy. With its amazing combination of musical styles encompassing Traditional Jewish, Gospel, Musical Theater, and even Jazz, this is an album that you will definitely want to hear!

Greg Silverman brings the Message of Yeshua the Messiah (Jesus the Christ) to both Jew and Gentile Believers through his anointed Messianic Jewish and Gospel Music as well as powerful Messianic Teachings of Gods Word regarding the Jewish roots of the faith. Greg's love and enthusiasm for the Messiah Yeshua and for Gods people are evident in every teaching, concert, choral workshop, and speaking presentation he gives.

Greg's father is a Russian-Polish Jew and his mother is Italian-Christian. Greg gained an interesting perspective on both Christianity and Judaism from growing up in an interfaith home. Greg remembers accepting Yeshua at an altar call while visiting his "Nan's" (grandmother's) church at ten years of age. Praise the LORD for a praying grandmother! As a teenager and college student he attended a wide variety of churches with his mother and grandmother. Greg also gained a proficiency in gospel piano and singing during these years in the churches. By the time he graduated from college (at the University of Massachusetts with a B.A. in both Vocal Jazz & Gospel Music as well as Psychology), Greg had one foot with the LORD but the other in the world and sin. On the one hand, he worked as a music minister in churches, but on the other he was struggling with hindering sin in his own personal life. In Spring 2000, things began to change towards God's ways. Greg was hired as an assistant music director to well-known gospel musician, Ron Metcalf, in New York City. Ron did more than just make use of Greg's musical gifts and talents; he took Greg under his wing spiritually by praying for and counseling him. Greg would ask Ron questions about being Jewish and being a Believer at the same time. It was during talks with Ron that Greg realized it was time for him to seek out the Jewish people who knew Jesus. Little did Greg know that there even was an active Messianic Jewish movement, let alone that God would one day call he and his household into full time Messianic Jewish ministry. Within a year, Greg had rededicated his life to the LORD at his mother's church. Immediately, God gave Greg a fresh start and he began really serving Yeshua both in his public as well as his personal life.

In 2001, while studying classical choral conducting at Temple University, Greg was invited by a friend to visit Congregation Beth Yeshua, one of the foundational Messianic synagogues in the United States. From the moment he arrived, he felt spiritually as though he had "come home." During that first time at Beth Yeshua, the synagogue was particularly packed due to the special concert that night. When the guest artist was announced, Greg flashed back and realized that he had seen this artist on a video that his Nan had sent him artist several years prior. Although uninterested at the time, watching that video had impacted him, and it was very possibly the first time that Greg had seen a Messianic Jewish musician. So, Greg was overwhelmed to realize that his first time in Beth Yeshua was actually a concert of the same Marty Goetz that was in the video. What a "God-incidince!" Within a year of joining the synagogue, he met his beautiful wife, Rosa, who had been in the congregation for several years prior to Greg's arrival. Greg and Rosa have joyfully become a quartet with the arrival of their sons, Judah Sean & Benjamin Gregory.

Greg joined Kesher Ministries International full time in 2004 bringing the Good News of the Messiah to the Jewish youth at his home congregation, as well as teaching and sharing Messianic music to churches. Greg also released his first full-length album of original Messianic Jewish Music entitled Dry Bones, and plans to release his next album, Revive, in Summer 2007. Greg has sung and played concerts and feature presentations of his original Scripture-songs annually at the MJAA National Messiah Conferences since 2002. Greg also directs the youth worship team at Beth Yeshua, SELAH. Greg gladly looks forward to bringing a blessing of God's Word and music to you. For concert or speaking information, please contact Greg at KMI at (215) 477-2706/ Also, visit Greg's website at or



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