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Sing A New Song 10-20-15

One of the greatest resources the church has for worship is the Book of Psalms. David was the greatest Psalm writer, having composed about half of the Psalter. A prolific song writer, David poured his life experiences into his worship music. When he was in distress, he expressed those feelings in song. When he was full of joy, he put his words of praise to music. Written under the inspiration of the Spirit, David's songs came to be included in the Holy Scriptures.


David's influence in worship began in King Saul's court, where he sang and accompanied himself on a small hand-held version of the harp. Later, when he became King of Israel himself, David changed Israel's worship, adding choirs and musicians to lead psalms of praise. Psalm 150 mentions trumpets, harps, lyres, tambourines, stringed instruments, flutes, and cymbals.


David appointed men to be in charge of the music for Tabernacle worship. Before his death David divided the Levites into work categories for the construction of Solomon's Temple. Among them he designated four thousand to lead worship as singers and musicians.


David's musical influence in worship continues to this day. Hundreds of hymns and songs have been adapted from the Psalms. Some well-known examples are, "Be Exalted, O God" from Psalm 57; "How Majestic Is Your Name" from Psalm 8; and "The Lord Is My Shepherd" from Psalm 23.


Another part of David's legacy was his commitment to continually produce new music for the people of God to use in worship. Since David's purest form of worship was through music, he wrote worship songs frequently. At every point in his walk with God, David used music to convey his thoughts and emotions. This dedication to music and verse caused him to encourage God's people to "sing a new song unto the Lord".


Since then, every generation has produced new music for the worship of God. Besides the worship styles found in other cultures around the world, in America today we worship with Traditional Hymns, Gospel, Praise and Worship, Southern Gospel, Christian Country, Contemporary Christian, and Inspirational, among others.


At Christian Community Church we use and enjoy many styles of worship music. This Sunday we are hosting a free Sacred Concert for the whole community featuring Southern Gospel Recording Artist Joey Russell. (Sunday evening, Oct. 25, at 6PM).                           Pastor Daniel Rhodes

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233 N Sandhill Blvd.
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Mesquite, NV 89024

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