Tuesday, March 6th. Psalm 96:1-3

Our devotions this Lenten season have been written by members of Faith Lutheran Church.  Today’s devotion is by Courtney Lerch. Also, if you would like to join our staff in praying the liturgy for Responsive Prayer/Suffrages just click here.


Sing to the LORD a new song;  sing to the LORD, all the earth. Sing to the LORD, praise his name;  proclaim his salvation day after day. Declare his glory among the nations, his marvelous deeds among all peoples. Psalm 96:1-3


Our son really loves to sing.  It does not matter what time of day it is, as we often hear various melodies emanating from his room during naptime and bedtime. 


It does not matter what season it is, as he is unaware of any liturgical issues arising from singing “Jingle Bells” in February.  All he knows is the joy and satisfaction that a song brings.


Singing is one of the most important parts of our worship experience.  It is not only one of the most ancient of sacred rituals, but it has also played such a prominent role in the development of the Lutheran Church. 


We also know that worship is more than simply what we do for an hour on Sunday morning, but rather the way in which our lives offer praise and thanksgiving to God.


How can we make singing for the Lord an everyday activity that fills our homes? 


What can we do each day to make our lives a song to our neighbors that brings them the love of Christ?


Let us pray:  Thank you for the gift of song in worship.  Help our lives be a song that proclaims your love to all people. Amen.



One Response to “Tuesday, March 6th. Psalm 96:1-3”

  1. barnababaruch Says:

    Love your site. Great blog, cute video and thanks for posting your sermons. I have two links for you. I work as a writer for Internet companies and so they do information blogs and can help in many ways. Then I found a Lutheran pastor up north that has a specialty in digital ministry–he as a 2 minute bible study you might want to look at since your church appears to have a strong presence on the Internet.



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