Psalms 134 - NIV
A song of ascents.
Praise the Lord, all you servants of the Lord who minister by night in the house of the Lord.
Lift up your hands in the sanctuary
and praise the Lord.
May the Lord bless you from Zion, he who is the Maker of heaven and earth.
Humility to Praise
Summary: When you are at the bottom it seems like there is no way up or out. But in the final five songs of ascent, we see that the way is the way of Yahweh.
The Doxology of “The Songs of Degrees.”
Summary: This series of psalms ends, as all worship should, with the voice of praise and thanksgiving. Our prayers, worship and waiting upon the Lord should lead us to bless the Lord, and bid all others do the same.
The Song of the Lord in the Night
Summary: We experience times of day and night in our lives, not just as a twenty four hour cycle but also as in seasons. This sermon is about the power of His song.
#15 -- Blessings
Summary: God blesses us by coming down to us, by ’kneeling’in a gesture of grace and salvation. In response we are to bless Him with praise and worship, commitment and service.
Praise: The Hikers Environment
Summary: Learn how each Psalm in the Songs of Ascent (120-134) describe the exciting life of the modern day follower of God as we climb and grow in our relationship with Christ.
Summary: La parte final de los cánticos graduales nos enseña sobre la unidad entre hermanos, sobre todo en cuanto a la adoración
"End of the Road"
Summary: Praise & worship empowers our earthly pilgrimage; last message in sermon series on the Psalms of Ascent.