Truth Encounter: Reason We Sing
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Believers debate whether worship should be contemporary, country western, rhythm & blues or classical …Is there a style God prefers? Be encouraged in your personal praise and your worship with the family of God.
||Sad Songs and Love Songs (Psalms 44; Song of Songs 1)||The country sound of Nashville has crossed over racial, social, and geographical barriers as the sad songs and love songs speak to deep elements inside all human hearts. Did you know that God invites us to sing the blues to Him when we are hurting and to sing the beautiful melodies of love as we experience His mercy?||6 4 2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||Reason to Sing II (Ephesians 5:18-20)||Independence Day, V-Day, Memorial Day--these are all days in our national calendar when we remember the great victories our armies have won and we remember the dead who gave their lives so that we could be free. Can you remember some times in your own personal history when you had a reason to sing and to celebrate? Remember the relief, the thanksgiving, the enthusiastic joy--victories from the past can give us a reason to sing in the present. Have you ever had one of these exhilarating moments in church?||30 3 2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||Reason to Sing (Ephesians 5:18-20)||It is a billion dollar industry. A thirteen-year-old can sing in her brooding contralto about loves lost and won and she rockets to the tops of the charts and earns a fortune in the process. It's playing in the background when we ride in the elevator. Music must be part of the image of God in us because like various religious paraphernalia, music is found wherever you find human beings. Church is no exception and the music we sing and why we sing it is a subject incredibly important to God himself||23 3 2014||Free||View in iTunes|