Psalm for the Sabbath & a biblical description of Sabbath

Wilderness Chapel Texas

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 In the biblical days of antiquity, the first congregation (Israel) sung the Psalms as worship of Yahweh. This was the main purpose of these brilliant poetic works in the first place. Even the first century congregation(s) sung the Psalms.

  The Apostle Paul says: "What is to be done then, brethren? when ye come together, according as every one of you hath a Psalm, or hath a doctrine, or hath a tongue, or hath revelation, or hath an interpretation, let all things be done unto edifying" (I Corinthians 14:26). So you can clearly see that in the first congregations after Jesus ascended to be with the Father in heaven, there was an active use of the Psalms as a soothing and reverent form of worship.

  Why don't we then follow this true example of the Prophets and Apostles and also reverence Yahweh with our voices as David did so many years ago. While time progresses forward, the Word of God never changes and it will always remain intact and relevant to our time. Join me as I read the Psalm specifically written by David to be read on the Sabbath day! 

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