Speaking to One Another
July 1, 2013
Rex Trogdon underlines the importance of helpful communication with one another: by comforting, encouraging and speaking to one another through songs.
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The Bible is filled with singing and songs. The creation of the universe was accompanied by a heavenly oratorio (Job 38:7).
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Our reservoir of hymnody is both vast and deep.
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Praise Changes ThingsOctober 1, 1992
A booklet bearing the title Prayer Changes Things was written by Dr. S. D. Gordon. It has made a deep impression on multitudes of Christians.
Selah!October 1, 1992
The word "selah" is frequently found in the Psalms, and stands for a musical sign, meaning "rest" or "pause."