To The Jew In You

My Musical Story

Sing to Adonai a new song! Sing to Adonai, all the earth. Sing to Adonai, bless His Name. Proclaim the good news of His salvation from day to day. Declare His glory among the nations, His marvelous deeds among all peoples. For great is Adonai, and greatly to be praised. He is to be feared above all gods.
Psalms 96:1-4 TLV

I was born with the umbilical cord wrapped around my neck; I was blue and on the verge of death, unable to breathe. Since then I have always had difficulty breathing, and so many times I would lose my breath in the middle of speaking. It made me panic at times, thinking that I would not have enough air. This affected all my motor functions, including the ability to dance and maintain a proper rhythm in singing.

However, when I was a baby, my mother told me I would always sing while in the stroller and in the crib. Many people wanted to see “The Singing Baby”. At the age of 7 or 8 I signed up for guitar and singing lessons. But my vocal cords tightened and I became hoarse a lot, due to pressure and fear of my breathing impediment. The doctors knew very little back then and advised my mother that I should not sing anymore so as not to destroy my vocal cords. My mother listened to the doctors and took me against my will out of guitar and singing lessons. My heart was broken. The message I received was, ‘You can never sing. You have a defect in the vocal cords, music is not for you’.

I would still get songs and kept singing, against all odds, and playing guitar without studying. I would bite on the guitar, for stress relief, before I went on stage for all kinds of talent shows. I received no encouragement from home. Often I was chosen to sing the national anthem at school before classes started. Singing always flowed out of me, even though I was doomed by the doctors to never sing again.

I went through Israeli Army bootcamp at the age of 18. Before graduation day, they held an audition to choose the female soldier that would sing the graduation song before all the base, families and guests. I had the audacity of auditioning for this lofty position! I was shocked when the committee chose me from among so many other wonderful singers, to sing a cappella before hundreds of people! My voice resounded with emotion throughout the army base with the prayer song of the famous Jewish martyr during WW2, Hannah Senesh, titled “Eli, Eli” (My God my God).

I was 28 years of age when I surrendered my life to Yeshua the Messiah in Jerusalem, after a terrible personal and family tragedy. And all I had left of my past life was my precious guitar that my Dad had bought for me in the Port of Barcelona – it was purchased while we anchored with the ship on our way to make Aliyah to Israel in 1970. I said to YHVH, “Show me to whom I should give the guitar as a gift, because you know there is no point. I will never be able to sing or play excellently. I’m a lost cause.” The Holy Spirit forbade me to give the guitar to anyone. So I kept it, against my better judgment.

One day my future husband (Rabbi Baruch) and I visited my brother at Sha’ar Menashe, a mental hospital near Hadera in Israel. I decided to take the guitar to sing to him and bless him and maybe to others also who are suffering. I knew the people there would not judge me, even if I did not sing at the correct tempo or even if I was off tune. Many of the patients were drawn to me and to the guitar and to the love of God within us. After this we held a weekly meeting on the lawn.

Many stopped hearing voices and were released from the hospital after we prayed and sang. This went on until the doctors discovered us and then it was over. It also continued in another mental hospital, when I came to visit my suffering children. And that’s exactly how my calling to sing started again, as I sang to the mentally sick. I remember a young girl, aged 15, that had no family. She was listening to my first CD titled URU, and she said depression left her when listening to me sing. Shortly after that she was released from the mental hospital and a foster family was found for her. There are many such testimonies of people being touched, healed and set free when I sing.

I have played and sang in the maximum security prison. There are many who have been there for 20 and 30 years. Some were incarcerated when they were 17 or 18 years old. There are many who have repented and have given their lives to Yeshua, both Jews and Gentiles. There is currently one condemned to death, a Jewish believer in Messiah, who is even now studying in our GRM Bible School. It is heartbreaking that they were imprisoned very young and are aging behind bars. Bringing salvation and hope through singing is very important for many of them.

I receive all my songs as a download from Heaven. The composer is the Creator of the Universe: I am only the recipient. And my prayer is that you will discover the One who saved me, has helped me to break out of all limitations and has made me whole. His birth name is Yeshua, though many have called Him Jesus. He is and forever will be a Jew. This is a Tribute to Him. I owe Him all my breath.

My heartfelt special thanks:

To Arlene Friesen, head of the Music Department of CFNI Bible College in Dallas, Texas, during 1990-1991: she was the first professional to take me under her wing and to believe in me. To Heather Lanza, my very inspired and anointed singing teacher in St. Augustine, Florida, who taught me that I have more than enough breath to sing. And to Lucio Rubino, my producer, who provoked me to throw away my “musical crutches” and keep the beat. To Pastor Jim Bakker, who asked me to sing (impromptu) in the midst of his show that is watched by millions. And then he said “Sing me another song”.

To my very faithful husband, Rabbi Baruch Bierman, who has always believed in me and together with my beloved assistants, Paulette and Hadassah, prayed me through. Hadassah was the “instigator” behind the recording of this album. She often said that my songs saved her life. To my brother, Ariel, who was the inspiration for me to sing in the mental hospital and who is among many others has also lent his financial support for this project. To all my UNIFY members and Kad-Esh MAP partners – thank you for your prayers, encouragement and financial support. I could not have made it without all of you. Toda (Thank you) for eternity!

Standing on His Word

“Your Children Shall Return” is the first song that was ready in this album and this is how it was birthed.

The story behind this song: I had a visitation from Yah (God) when I was sent out of Israel to the USA and to more than 50 nations from 1990 to preach the Good News of Messiah. My husband and I left Israel and my children on the Altar, in obedience to the High Calling of Yeshua. I did not see them for three and a half years. They were 7 and 4 years old and were not in my custody after a devastating divorce.

I was heartbroken and did not know it, as I was walking in faith. The Holy Spirit visited me with this promise: the Bible flung open to Jeremiah 31:15-16 and I broke out in tears. I have stood through thick and thin on this Word – for my own children, for the Jewish People, for the Sephardic Conversos and for all of the Christians to return from the Land of the enemy. Not surprising that Yah chose this song to be ready FIRST. It describes all the missions we have embarked upon, as well as expressing the very Heart of Abba:

“Thus says Adonai: “Restrain your voice from weeping and your eyes from tears. For your work will be rewarded” —it is declaration of Adonai— “when they will return from the land of the enemy. So there is hope for your future” —it is declaration of Adonai— “when your children will return to their own territory.” Jeremiah 31:15-16 TLV

I hope and pray you find it in your heart to support the production of this anointed album, which contains 15 original songs with the potential of touching millions of lives! The album will be launched in March 2022 for the Feast of Purim through the Jim Bakker show. We are in the final stages of recording and mixing.

Listen to semi-final recording of “Your Children Shall Return”

For The Lion of Judah
Archbishop Dr. Dominiquae Bierman

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