Spread the Good Word: Psalm 40:3

by | Aug 30, 2019 | The Good Word | 3 comments

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If you can’t play an instrument, read music, or even carry a tune, then this Good Word series on music may not have been your cup of tea. But, don’t lose heart. Today’s verse describes a “new song” from God that anyone can “sing,” even the musically challenged.

What is that new song? It’s praise to God. It’s the song of redeeming love. It’s amazing grace.

He hath put a new song in my mouth, even praise unto our God: many shall see it, and fear, and shall trust in the Lord.”

It will never be a song that tops the charts, but it will resonate with those who are seekers of truth. It’s a song that can never be wholly ignored. It’s a song that inspires awe. It’s a song that draws people to God.

Some people compare life to a story. This verse compares it to a song. When we live a life that glorifies God, we illustrate something beautiful to those who didn’t even know that they needed it.

Every one of us can live a life that sings.

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  1. Rosemary Maity

    The Psalms is a wonderful book to turn to for encouragement and healing words. We have collected the most popular Bible verses in Psalms for you to read below!

    The book of Psalms is widely viewed as the most popular book of the Bible. The main theme and focus of Psalms is on God’s power and goodness. The author uses poetry to convey thoughts of hope for the future, praise for God’s as sovereign Creator of all, dependence upon God, and God’s faithfulness. As you read through this Scripture, spend time thanking God for His goodness and be inspired to walk in faith no matter what you’re facing today.

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  2. Rosemary

    The book of Psalms is widely viewed as the most popular book of the Bible. The main theme and focus of Psalms is on God’s power and goodness. The author uses poetry to convey thoughts of hope for the future, praise for God’s as sovereign Creator of all, dependance upon God, and God’s faithfulness. As you read through this Scripture, spend time thanking God for His goodness and be inspired to walk in faith no matter what you’re facing today.

    To Know more please follow us https://www.facebook.com/christnowonline/

    Reply
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    Despite the fact that I don’t know how to play a musical instrument, it was still interesting and useful for me to read this article because it shows me that the world around is beautiful.

    Reply

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