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Monday, December 19, 2005 

Singing Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs

Reading: Frantically studying for my finals
Enjoying: definitely not sleep. I feel miserable, though!
Listening: Psalm 20B. I am definitely enjoying this!
I don't think it a stretch to guess that many people right now are running on fumes, and are near the end of their rope. Perhaps you are finishing up finals. Or maybe you are in the final throes of preparing for the holidays and wrapping presents. Or perhaps the Lord has granted you a measure of rest during this perpetually busy season. Regardless, listening to a beautiful a capella choir lift their hearts and voices in praise to God will do your heart good.

The Reformed Presbyterian Church in North America's latest (2004?) annual meeting produced these phenomenal odes to our infant Savior. Head on over and download free psalm mp3s here.

May I recommend starting with Psalm 20? When they choir stands (you'll be able to tell), why don't you stand and sing praise to God with them? Save Psalm 84 for your finale:

O Lord of Hosts, how blessed is he,
Who places all his trust in Thee.

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