In the Gospels, after Jesus and His disciples eat the Passover, it says “and when they had sung a hymn, they went out to the Mount of Olives.” (Mark 26:30).
In this passage, the word for “hymn” actually means “hallel”, or “praise”. Traditionally, this refers to Psalms 113 – 118. Even today, this section of Scripture, known as The Hallel, is sung by the Jewish people throughout the world during special times of the year.
In a beautiful collection of music, Brayden & Tali Waller have produced this word-for-word Scripture album, in English and Hebrew. Now you too can sing the ancient hymns that Jesus once led His disciples in.