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  • Psalm 107: Thanks Be to God Our Savior

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    https://musicblog.gregscheer.com/ps107-thanks_be_to_god.mp3

    David Diephouse’s metrical setting of Psalm 107 is paired with a guitar-friendly tune that supports the stress/salvation pattern of the text with a major/minor harmonic sequence. The above MP3 is the Choral Scholars singing the piano accompaniment version. Below is the COS Guitarchestra in a rendition that would be perfect if there were ever an album The Eagles Sing the Psalms. This song also appears in Psalms for All Seasons, 107D.

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  • Psalm 149: Let God’s People Sing a New Song

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    As the Psalter ends, it erupts into a chorus of Hallelujahs and Praise the Lords, naming a plethora of instruments that should be used to make the praise even more glorious. This song follows suit, with strings, brass, harpsichord, flute, accordion, and saxophone all joining in. Of course, you don’t need all the instruments featured on the recording; you lead this with a worship band, guitar, or the piano accompaniment that’s available below.

    The song was featured on the Cardiphonia album The Songs of the Psalter, Vol 5.1, part of a series that covers the entire Psalter.

  • Psalm 40: I Will Wait Upon the Lord

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    [embed]https://musicblog.gregscheer.com/Ps040-i_will_wait.mp3[/embed]

    This was written for Cornerstone University Ministry at the request of Henry Knapp. I chose Psalm 40 because I felt that the image of the feet being placed on solid rock could be appropriately updated to refer to the Solid Rock, Jesus Christ, the Cornerstone of our faith.

  • Ten Commandments responsive reading

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    This resource is a responsive reading of the 10 Commandments, pairing the Old Testament law with Jesus’ summary of the greatest Commandment. In the Reformed tradition, the 10 Commandments are often included in worship as a response to the assurance of pardon. This allows these commands to function as laws of life rather than laws of death. They provide a way for us to live into the grace that God has given us.

    Download includes a pdf file with the responsive reading on its own, and a confession/assurance sequence based on Psalm 145.

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