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  • Holy God We Praise #332:31

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Next Week's Meditation Hymn and Scripture

Week of November 27th 2022

Psalm 103
1 Bless the Lord, O my soul: and all that is within me, bless his holy name.
2 Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits:
3 Who forgiveth all thine iniquities; who healeth all thy diseases;
4 Who redeemeth thy life from destruction; who crowneth thee with lovingkindness and tender mercies;
5 Who satisfieth thy mouth with good things; so that thy youth is renewed like the eagle’s.

Worship Suggestion:
The sound file is looped.
1. As the song plays the first time (During Verse 1) make remarks about the blessings of harvest time and enjoying the beauty of God's Creation. We should stop each day and take in the beauty of the Earth and go to God in prayer and thanksgiving.
2. As the song continues read Psalm 103: 1-13 (During Verses 2 - 3)
Let the song end.

3. When the song restarts, sing Verses 1 - 3 together.
4. Prayer and Meditation. 

This Week's Meditation Hymn and Scripture

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Psalm 92
It is a good thing to give thanks unto the Lord, 
and to sing praises unto thy name, O Most High:
2 To shew forth thy lovingkindness in the morning,

and thy faithfulness every night,
3 Upon an instrument of ten strings, and upon the psaltery; 
upon the harp with a solemn sound.

Worship Suggestion: (The sound file is looped.)
For this day of worship... 
choose two readers for the scriptures listed below.
1. As the song plays the first time, (During Verse 1) read Psalm 92:1-5
2. As the song continues, (During Verse 3) read Psalm 136: 1-9.

Use the Call and Response format for this reading... with the congregation repeating "for His mercy endureth forever."  

Let the song end. 
3.When the song restarts, sing (Verses 1 and 3) together.
4. Prayer and Meditation.​

Now Thank We All Our God 

Verse 1:
Now thank we all our God, 
with heart and hands and voices, 
who wondrous things has done, 
in whom this world rejoices; 
who from our mothers' arms 
has blessed us on our way 
with countless gifts of love, 
and still is ours today. 
Verse 3:
All praise and thanks to God 
the Father now be given; 
the Son, and him who reigns 
with them in highest heaven; 
the one eternal God, 
whom earth and heaven adore; 
for thus it was, is now, 
and shall be evermore. 

  • Now Thank We All Our God #451:42

A Hymn is a Slice of Faith

At Ever Praise Music we believe that a hymn is a slice of faith,
written by ordinary people, for ordinary people,

on an extraordinary journey.

 God has gifted countless numbers of people with songs

in their hearts. They shared their lyrics and melodies with us
in the form of sacred hymns. Take a closer look at one of these sacred hymns and you will find encouragement for your daily

walk of faith. Peruse the titles of a sacred hymnal and you will find clues as to the slice of someone's faith journey found in the hymn.

Hymns are examples of the spiritual fruit produced by ordinary people, for ordinary people, on an extraordinary journey.
This spiritual fruit, or faith fruit, is written by everyday people

who walked where we walk, felt what we have felt,
and often did what we have done. These hymns can encourage us on our journey, lead us around obstacles,
teach us how to serve our neighbor, help us stand

against principalities and powers,
share with us the praise and glory of the Lord, and witness

to all of us about the goodness and mercy of Almighty God.>>>

(read more)

​​​We Are One Body

Jesus Taught Us...
...That there is evil in the world, but He didn't dwell on it. 
Jesus came that we might have life and have it more abundantly.
     "The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: 
     I am come that they might have life,

and that they might have it more abundantly." 

John 10:10
     He chose the twelve disciples so that we could hear

the good news from many different perspectives.

The apostles who preached and wrote the books of the 
New Testament wrote from different perspectives as well. 
We should not declare one Gospel message

as superior to the others.

The Four Gospels teach us, in the broader sense,

that these eyewitnesses wrote the same message,

described the same story of the life of Jesus Christ,

but spoke to us from four different perspectives. 
     So many teachers of our present day, critique the good news 

preached by others from a different perspective.

The Bible says "he that hath an ear, let him hear..."

The Holy Spirit is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow..>>>(read more)

Holy God We Praise Thy Name 

Holy God, we praise thy name; 
Lord of all, we bow before thee; 
all on earth thy scepter claim; 
all in heaven above adore thee. 
Infinite thy vast domain; 
everlasting is thy reign. 

Hark the glad celestial hymn 
angel choirs above are raising; 
cherubim and seraphim, 
in unceasing chorus praising, 
fill the heavens with sweet accord: 
Holy, holy, holy Lord. 

Lo! the apostolic train 
joins thy sacred name to hallow; 
prophets swell the glad refrain, 
and the white-robed martyrs follow. 
And from morn to set of sun, 
through the church the song goes on.