Christian gathering has many facets, all of which are essential. One of those essential facets is song. Christian singing is not about demonstrating how your voice sounds, it is about demonstrating what your heart believes – and how that belief is shared with others. Sometimes you’ll hear people say they don’t sing because they can’t …

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If you attend church, you may never preach a sermon, but you have ministered to everyone over and over again. In song. From Andrew Roycroft at Thinking Pastorally: The beauty of true worship is that we address ourselves to God, but we also address one another with who God is and what he has said. …

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Nick Batzig offers encouragement and resources for churches to consider singing Psalms in public worship during 2018. From his post: Perhaps such a neglect has occurred on account of antiquated translations, difficult accompanying tunes or simply because of a lack of familiarity with the Old Testament people, places, events and symbols. Regardless, the church is …

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Tom Olsen provides seven reasons why singing matters for Christians. The first one is fairly definitive in itself. 1. When you sing, you obey. Singing isn’t an option in Scripture. It’s a command: Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and …

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