Sing songs of praise to express your joy in Yah.
Shalom, and happy morning to you. During a moment of calm in our lives, when we are able to reflect on the many good things Yah has done for us, and how he has heard and answered our pleas and supplications in times past, an intense feeling of joy and thanksgiving often washes over us. For many, that feeling usually leads to songs of praise.
When Yah delivered Israel from the land of the Egyptians and Israel witnessed the power of his deliverance firsthand, Exodus 15 tells us that Moses and the people of Israel sang a song of praise to Yah. When Israel was given the victory over the Canaanite King, Jabin, Judges 5 tells us that Deborah and Barak, accompanied by the people of Israel, broke out in songs of praise to Yah. Revelation 15 tells us that the redeemed, when they will stand on the sea of glass before Yah’s throne, will sing songs of praise to him. Matthew 26:30 and Mark 14:26 tell us that Yeshua and his disciples sang a hymn after the Passover meal. So, the next time you feel overwhelming joy and deep appreciation for what Yah has done for you, feel free to break out in songs of praise. Of this, King David himself writes:
7 Yah is my strength and shield. I trust him with all my heart. He helps me, and my heart is filled with joy. I burst out in songs of thanksgiving.
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