Why Should We Sing Psalms? (2)

drjoelrbeeke031652015Dr. Joel R. Beeke

Singing psalms is our biblical duty, but we may also rejoice that it is for our good. All of God’s Word aims at our profit, and there is much profit in singing psalms. It is good for our hearts to be enlarged (Ps. 119:32) and our faith and minds to be established and strengthened by God’s grace.

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By | July 13th, 2016|Church, Doctrinal Christianity, Herald, Music|

Worship in the Melting Pot

instruments12022015Dr. Peter Masters

Worship is truly in the melting pot. A new style of praise has swept into evangelical life, shaking to the foundations traditional concepts and attitudes. The style of worship followed throughout the entire history of Bible--believing churches has been shunted on to the sidelines – and why not? Young friends are asking – ‘What’s the matter with contemporary music groups? Isn’t there every kind of instrument, including percussion, in the Psalms? Didn’t they dance in worship in Bible times? Isn’t God the same yesterday, today and for ever? Why should we be tied to gloomy Victorian culture in our praise to God?’

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By | December 2nd, 2015|Herald, Music, Worship|