Tag Archives: Praise

Reformation Collection

Today’s batch of Reformation-related posts are all about preaching and singing: The Real Engine Room of the Reformation – Michael Reeves (TGC) Why Martin Luther’s Preaching Was So Offensive – Herman Selderhuis (Crossway) 6 Lessons from Luther on Congregational Singing … Continue reading

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Passion Points

Here are some good posts for your weekend reading: What We Need Most – Kevin DeYoung I’m convinced that more evangelism, more prayer, more fruitfulness, more holiness will flow from the fountain of our lives only when we start drinking … Continue reading

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Reflections on Psalms 96-100

Which psalm or verse especially reflects your heart today?  Use those words to talk to the Lord. God Reigns – Three of today’s psalms remind us that God reigns. As king, he will judge the earth.  Our response?  Fear and … Continue reading

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Psalms 91-100: Praise the Lord

(92, 98, 100) What two attributes of God do you find in all three passages: 92:1-4, 98:1-6, 100:1-5? How should we respond to these two attributes according to these passages?  Describe our heart, our words, and our actions. Give a … Continue reading

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Classic Quote

Praise is the rehearsal of our eternal song.  By grace we learn to sing, and in glory we continue to sing. – Charles Spurgeon

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Praise

Psalm 29:1-2 calls us to celebrate God’s greatness: Ascribe to the Lord, O heavenly beings, ascribe to the Lord glory and strength. Ascribe to the Lord the glory due his name; worship the Lord in the splendor of holiness. To … Continue reading

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More Reason To Praise

On Sunday we reviewed the story in Mark 11:7-10 of the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem.  The people had lined the way into Jerusalem with palm branches and their own cloaks.  They were shouting and singing and celebrating.  There was excitement … Continue reading

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