The Songs of Summer take us on a journey through 7-10 Psalms in the book of Psalms--a book of praise. In Psalms, we are commanded to praise, given instruction on how to praise, and shown examples of what praise looks like in the life of David. If we read the book, we see that the beginning of the book is filled with Psalms of lament. As the books move on, we see this lament transformed to praise. By the end of the book, we see psalm after psalm of declaration of who God is and what He has done, and finishes with the instruction to praise God in everything. In the same way, our life moves from the depths of our own depravity, to enlightenment by the Spirit, to response in worship for what God has done to reconcile us to Himself.
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September 6, 2009