Tag Archives: psalms

Psalms As Song…For Real

When you think about it, we all know that the Psalms are songs, but for some reason the church (Protestant Evangelical) has decided in recent history not to sing them, which is a historical oddity, and a tragedy. Well, here is The Corner Room, and they have produced an album of the Psalms, not paraphrases […]

Worship Is Supposed To Be Hard

I was once a minister in a mainline denomination. While there, I served nearly three years and had led worship services in the assumed evangelical manner. You know, two or three songs, sermon, offering, closing song and a benediction. The service usually lasted 45 minutes to an hour. This was easy worship, and it was […]

The God Of Peace At War

A snippet of an Advent sermon concerning Genesis 3:15 and Romans 16:20. Mary, is the last of the barren women whose miracle Seed will save the world. Genesis 3:15. How does this fit in with what Paul says in Romans 16:20? Well, here are some questions: What would it take to defeat a dragon? What would […]

Bellowing Praise

When we gather ourselves together in the worship of the Lord, we are, by the power of the Holy Spirit and by our faith, lifted into the heavenlies before the throne of God. Every Lord’s Day, we are in heaven before God’s throne, and it is very important what we do there. We notice in […]

Monday Music

So, if you have been to any evangelical church lately one of things that you might have noticed is that God’s people have stopped singing God’s Word. I think the influence of the Devil is behind this, because he certainly doesn’t want God’s Word sung in this nation, nor to be stored up in our […]

The Songs of Heaven

I did not grow up with Psalm singing in the church, but after listening to the Psalms a cappella,  I wish I had. I greatly enjoy the unaccompanied human voice for which the Spirit had the Psalms written. After listening to the Psalms being sung by the church I have come to agree with Carl […]