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"Song" in the Bible: Ephesians 5:19-20
Christian worship and fellowship needn't be stuffy and silent. This passage encourages us to make use of God-honoring music and psalms to praise God and encourage one another.
Turning Evil into Song (mp3)
A talk by Dale Fincher on Luke 18:31-19:10. Addressing evil, suffering, difficulties in our lives. Using Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony, Dale draws the listening into hope on how Jesus transforms evil into song.
Bible Concordance :: Psalm
Means "song." In the Bible, God's people used psalms to praise God (Psalm 47), cry out to God for help during trouble (Psalm 13) and thank God (Psalm 118). The people often sang the psalms when they were together to worship God.
Why youth are frustrated? A look at Iranian Christian youth in Iranian churches
So what do you think about Iranian worship music? Does it have the same effect on you as the English worship songs? It seems that many of our Iranian youth could relate more to non Farsi worship songs. When you ask them why they don't listen to Iranian Chritian worship songs, they simply say...
10 reasons people don't sing in Church - Attention Pastors and Worship Leaders
10. You have played that song every week since 1999. 9. They don't know the song. 8. The Key of the song is too high or too low. 7. The music is too loud or too soft READ MORE...