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Click on The Heart,
Hear With Your Heart,
A Voice of Agape Love,
With Sister Charity White!
1 Corinthians 3:16 Do you not know and understand that you [the church] are the temple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwells [permanently] in you [collectively and individually]? 17 If anyone destroys the temple of God [corrupting it with false doctrine], God will destroy the destroyer; for the temple of God is holy (sacred), and that is what you are. Amp
A New Day, New Growth and Maturity On That Great Path To Peace, Joy and Gladness In Christ
I have so graciously learned from the Lord much more about how he loves to hear us praise, in the recent years. I have learned that when we worship him in song, and we praise his name with our voice he shows up. Some of the biggest moments of feeling his presence have been when I am singing and the fruit of my lips reach his ears. I wanted to share this with you because through the years, during times of praise in that secret place with him, (even in prayer), he wants to speak and he wants to heal us. He wants to touch the deep places of our heart and soul. I am so grateful for the times of being still and exalting his name. I am also thankful for witnessing him comforting me and bringing greater peace that surpasses all understanding. I shared a video that is an Audio of all the Psalms because I feel like the Psalms really speak to the heart. I pray that it will be a blessing to you as it is to me. I pray that the Holy Spirit ministers to you and encourages you in the very season of your need. So much blessing comes in praise, prayer and mediating in his word. These are moments that are reserved for Just the Lord and I. I pray that the Lord meets you in that secret place as well. That it begins a new day and a new journey in relationship that is closer with the Lord Jesus.
Praise And Worship Music
Keeper Of Our Soul Touch Us
Heart Song For Protection
Psalms 1-150 Audio Bible
What About The Psalms?
The Psalms are counted among the 5 books of wisdom literature. The Relation of the 5 Poetical Books to Each Other. 1. The Book of Job—Blessing through Suffering. 2. The Psalms—Praise through Prayer. 3. The Proverbs— Prudence through Precept. 4. Ecclesiastes—Verity through Vanity. 5. Song of Solomon—Bliss through Union. It certainly shines light on the longest book in the bible that holds a total of 150 chapters full of what some call "Songs of Praise" Within in the book of Psalms, it is broken into 5 different books as they were not all penned by the same man, but divinely inspired by the same Holy Spirit. Below you will see a basic description of the Historical significance of each section of the Psalms. What is quite fascinating is the study of the prophetic implications of the Psalms. What a wonderful journey it has been learning about the Psalms. I encourage you to do a study also. Understanding the Jewish roots of the Psalms and how they still impact Israel today in prayer, praise and appointed feasts is truly a blessing and gift. The Lord our Creator has set wonderful foundation in his word. We can build great faith and trust in him as his words are tried, true and faithful.
Historical significance of the Psalms
Book 1 (Psalms 1–41) Righteousness and David’s conflict with Saul
Book 2 (Psalms 42–72) David’s kingship
Book 3 (Psalms 73–89)The Assyrian crisis
Book 4 (Psalms 90–106) Account of the destruction of the temple and the Exile
Book 5 (Psalms 107–150) Praise and Reflection on the Return and the new era
Our voice is an instrument of truth, prayer and praise. We communicate with our fellow brothers and sisters and the Lord Almighty that way. Psalms is an amazing way to engage in a part of the bible that teaches us to sing a new song (prayer and praise) to the Lord in heaven. Davids heart was after the Lords own heart and he was blessed for that relationship with the Lord of all.
Smaller collections exist within the larger books that hold special meaning :
(1) Davidic group I: Psalms 3-41;
(2) Sons of Korah (Chief Music Director for David)group I: Psalms 42-49;
(3) Davidic group II: Psalms 51-65;
(4) Asaph (Another Cheif Music Director for David)group: Psalms 73-83;
(5) Sons of Korah group II: Psalms 84-88 [does not include 86];
(6) Congregational Praise group I: Psalms 95-100;
(7) Hallelujah group: Psalms 111-117; (Psalms of Praise to the Lord)
(8) Songs of Ascent to Jerusalem: Psalms 120-134; (Songs of Decrees for renewal)
(9) Davidic Group III: Psalms 138-145;
(10) Congregational Praise Group II: Psalms 146-150
When we understand the prophetic connection of the Psalms in relationship with our own need for the Lord to hear our cries, petitions, decrees, prayers and praise, it enlightens us. The eyes, ears and door to our hearts starts to open. I pray that this inspires you all to take your own personal journey with the Lord Jesus Christ. I hope that it can bring a new day, new walk and new wisdom in the Holy Spirit of truth. I believe that our creator ( Father, son, Holy Spirit) wants us to have the things we need to have life more abundantly in him. John 3:17 For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved. May we all sing the Lord a new song!