DIG for Monday the 9th of November…..sing out His Words in praise…..Psalm 100 v

Have you ever heard a song that you have not listened to in 20 or 30 years, yet still know the words?

I can listen to songs from the 1980s (the best era for music ever) and still sing along after all these years.

We seem to have something within us that enables us to remember song lyrics very well.

This is a skill that can be put to good use when we want to speak out the Word of God.

People say that they cannot remember Scripture, yet they can remember song lyrics.

So why not listen to songs that are made up from Scripture and remember God’s Word that way.

My favourite worship artists are Charlie and Jill LeBlanc, and they use Scripture a lot in their songs; I am listening to them right now!

And if they are not using Scripture the lyrics are always good, positive and full of worship and praise.

As you sing their songs you will be singing out God’s Word, you will be in an attitude of worship and praise and you will be remembering the lyrics.

I would urge you to try this; get onto i-tunes or Spotify for example and get some music from Charlie and Jill and start singing out God’s Word today.

This will do you good as you sing out His truth and good words.

Just watch where you are; I’ve been known to sing out in the supermarket!

Sing out His Word, let His truth come forth from your mouth and you will be blessed.

You can worship and you can rejoice, and at the same time you can be memorising Scripture and being positive with your mouth.

Speak this out today…..”Thank you Lord for your Word and thank you for worship artists using your Word”.

Psalm 100 v 1…..Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all ye lands

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