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One
of my favorite verses in the Bible is Psalm 150.

           

“Praise the Lord!

 

            Praise God in His sanctuary;

            Praise Him in His mighty firmament!

 

            Praise Him for His mighty acts;

            Praise Him according to His excellent greatness!

 

Praise Him with the sound of
trumpet;

Praise Him with the lute and
harp!

Praise Him with timbrel and
dance;

Praise Him with stringed
instruments and flutes!

Praise Him with loud
cymbals;

Praise Him with clashing
cymbals!

 

Let everything that has
breath praise the Lord.

 

Praise the Lord!” Psalm 150 NKJ

 

I
love how the Psalmist writes and lists specific instruments ranging from light
strings to loud trumpets and cymbals. But did you ever notice the last
verse.  He goes on by writing “Let everything that has breath praise the Lord.” That
includes us as well. 

 

All
through the book of Psalms David makes reference to us making a joyful noise
and singing to the Lord.  This should be
our daily part of worship and our corporate worship as well.  God loves to hear our songs especially when
we sing to Him.

 

Sunday
Night, August 25 @ 6:00 pm followed by a time of fellowship will an opportunity
to “Make a Joyful Noise.” This is our
3rd Annual Gospel Homecoming Night. 
There will be banjos, guitars, keyboards, drums, upright bass, mandolin,
singers and more.  You will be in for a
treat as we share The Gospel through music. 
Bring a friend!

 

In
closing listen how Leslie Brandt writes Psalm 150 from the book “Psalms/Now.”

 

            “We call upon all men to praise the Lord:

                        those who preach to proclaim His love;

                        those who sing to glorify His name;

                        those who can shout or whistle

                                    or write or paint

                                    or dance or play musical
instruments

                                    or pound on drums or ring bells

                                                to join in
celebrating

                                    the majesty of our great and
loving God.”

 

Blessings,
Brother Andrew

 

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