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Someone To Sing About


“Sing to Him a new song; play skillfully with a shout of joy.”

Psalm 33:3

Warren Wiersbe wrote regarding worship, “ Will I make worship the heart of my life or just a part of life”. That’s a great question and one that needs to be answered by each of us. Obviously from reading Psalm 33 we see that David has a heart for worship from not just his head but from the depth of his heart. It has been noted the Psalms are poems for the most part, put to music to be sung and not to be dissected as a dissertation in theology. When we allow the Psalms to flow into our hearts and mind and we seek to understand the heart of the writer at the time and the circumstances surrounding when they were penned it is as if we have a window into the soul of both our Creator and the creation responding in psalm.

The Psalms are where many a believer has learned to pray and where the greatest inspiration to both public and private worship is set in order. The Psalms were the hymnbook of the temple, penned to assist us to express with our lips what our hearts long to say to God. “Oh, come let us bow down and worship” today, “let us kneel before the Lord our God our Maker, for He is God and we are the people of His pasture…” That's an invitation as well as a great reminder.

Make the most of your time with the Lord today, loved one! Get alone with God and worship Him in prayer and sing to Him a new song today. Then, what you do in private seek to make public as you turn your every day work into worship. That’s what David declares here in Psalm 33, and that’s why God said of David “he is a man after My own heart”. We were created for worship, and not just on Sunday. Remember, this is the day the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it! We don’t just have something to sing about, we have someone to sing about!

“Speaking to one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord”

Ephesians 5:19


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Tuesday, 23 October 2018