So Psalm 120 to 134 is a section in the Psalter, in the Psalms, that’s often called “The Song of Ascents.” Each one of the psalms has the little title at the beginning that says, “A Song of Ascents,” and there’s fifteen of them in total. We’re just going to look at one of them today; Psalm 121. And there’s three lessons that we’re going to learn from...
The Lord's Day MorningJune 10, 2007
“Sing As Though Your Life Depended On It”
Dr. Derek W. H. Thomas
Amen. Now turn with me if you would to Paul's Epistle to the Colossians…Colossians, chapter three, and our reading this morning will be in the sixteenth verse. Colossians 3:16. Before we read this verse together, let's look to God in prayer. Let us all pray.
The Lord's Day MorningJuly 23, 2006
“The New Walk (5): More Reasons Why — Filled With the Spirit”
Dr. J. Ligon Duncan III
Please open your Bibles to Ephesians chapter five, as we continue through Paul's letter to Ephesus and to us. We've said since Ephesians 4:17 that it has been Paul's concern to exhort us to live distinctively as Christians in this world; not...
“The Case for Traditional Songs”
You should have a number of sheets in your notebook, the first being an outline of what I intend to cover, and then some elaboration on that in the pages that follow.
Let me give you some personal background on this whole matter of singing the Psalms. Let me take you back to my freshman year at the University of Southern...