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  • The Little Cantata

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on May 6, 2018
    based on 8 ratings
     | 2,964 views

    Victory in Jesus!

    THE LITTLE CANTATA Psalm 98 The Psalmist is calling us to sing of the mighty acts of the LORD whereby He has gotten Himself the victory (Psalm 98:1), secured our salvation, and demonstrated His righteousness (Psalm 98:2). This reaches back to the Exodus, when Moses and Miriam celebrated the ...read more

  • Cantate Domino ("O Sing Unto The Lord.")

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Apr 30, 2018
     | 394 views

    Whay should we sing this new song?

    Cantate Domino (Sing Unto the LORD) Psalm 98:1-8 The 98th Psalm is a psalm of pure joy. It is a favorite it “high” churches where it is often sung in Latin as the “Cantate Domino.” In broader circles, the psalm serves as the basis for the well known Advent/Christmas carol “Joy to the World.” ...read more

  • The Song Of Life

    Contributed by David Nolte on Oct 3, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,619 views

    Compares a song to the Chriatian life

    From ancient times, God’s people have been a singing people. There are 150 hymns in the Bible – we call them Psalms. The Israelites sang them in times of anxiety and lamentation, in times of joy and celebration, in times of victory and praise. The Psalmist urges us, “Sing a new song to the LORD, ...read more

  • Let His Praise Resound

    Contributed by Jeremias Fababier on Oct 31, 2016
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,674 views

    All the creation of the Lord is resounding His praise everyday and we too should be the one first and foremost resounding it.

    TOPIC: LET HIS PRAISE RESOUND Text: Psalm 98:1-9 vv. 4-7, “4 Shout for joy to the LORD, all the earth, burst into jubilant song with music; 5 make music to the LORD with the harp, with the harp and the sound of singing, 6 with trumpets and the blast of the ram's horn-- shout for joy ...read more

  • Sing A New Song Series

    Contributed by Darian Catron on Jul 21, 2015
    based on 4 ratings
     | 7,404 views

    The Bible teaches us to sing a "New Song" to the Lord. What this is basically saying is that our praise should be fresh and new because God's mercy are new every morning and He is still working in the lives of those who follow in faith and obedience.

    SERMON TITLE- “Sing a New Song” SERMON SERIES or OCCASION- Final Words DATE- July 19, 2015 LOCATION- Shelbyville Christian Church INTRODUCTION: Illustration/Story/Quote/Statistic- I love music! Music is an important part of our lives. You think about all the places and things ...read more

  • Joy To The World Series

    Contributed by Ralph Andrus on Dec 1, 2014
     | 2,178 views

    7 Notes - The Perfect Scale The Note of: PRAISE v.4-8, WONDER v.1, VICTORY v.1. MERCY v.2, FAITHFULNESS v.3, GRACE v.3, HOPE v.9

    - "The Hinge of History" - Ps 98 echoes Ps 96 - Psalm 98 is a sort of Coronation Hymn - Proclaiming the conquering Messiah - Praise can never be exhausted. - The more we ponder the feats of our Lord - The more we are moved to uplift & adore Him Luke 2:10–11 (AV) 10 And the angel ...read more

  • Shout For Jot Before The Lord, The King

    Contributed by Warner Pidgeon on Nov 17, 2013
     | 1,635 views

    A short talk given at our early morning communion service encouraging the congregation to enter into the jubilant high praise of Psalm 98

    ‘Shout for joy before the Lord the King’ (98:6)! Have you ever been in a crowd of people where the cheers, the noise, the celebration has been overwhelming? If you close your eyes can you imagine that moment? For me it would be the old Wembley Stadium when my beloved Gillingham ...read more

  • Thirty Ways To Have A Blessed New Year

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Jan 2, 2012
    based on 13 ratings
     | 9,642 views

    Recognize and appropriate all the spiritual resources you have in order to enjoy the maximum of God’s blessings this year.

    Thirty Ways to Appropriate the Blessings of God in the New Year 1. Rejoice in the Lord - (Phil. 4:4; Psalm 98:1,2) - Sing to the Lord a new song for He has done marvelous things. His right hand and His holy arm has gotten us the victory. We still have the power to choose to rejoice regardless ...read more

  • Thankful People Are __________ People

    Contributed by Greg Carr on Dec 22, 2010
    based on 8 ratings
     | 4,461 views

    A sermon for the end of the year to help people fix their eyes on Christ so they can be thankful people because thankful people are happy people.

    I read a news story once of a woman who was getting ready to jump off a 44 story building in New York City. Witnesses said that she did not look like the type of person who would do such a thing. She was very distinguished and well dressed. All the attempts made by the police to get the ...read more

  • "Assignment Attitude'

    Contributed by Larry Wolfe on Sep 8, 2009
     | 3,443 views

    A comparison of Psalm 98 with Revelation 14 and 15

    ‘Assignment Attitude’ and Psalm 98 and Revelation 14 &15 Compared Today, 01-08-03 the Lord showed me His merging of the Old Covenant with the New Covenant in Revelation 14 & 15. Also Psalm 98 has a number of parallels with Revelation 14 & 15. This is good stuff and is needful for me to ...read more

  • Joy To The World Series

    Contributed by Ken Pell on Dec 10, 2007
     | 3,126 views

    Joy is evidence of the presence and applause of God.

    JOY TO THE WORLD Advent 2007: “Christmas in Song and Story” Week #2 Psalm 98:4-8 Sermon Objective: Joy is evidence of the presence and applause of God. This is our second week of Advent. This year’s theme is “Christmas in Story and Song.” We will use a different Christmas Hymn/Carol ...read more

  • Something To Sing About

    Contributed by Kevin Higgins on Aug 27, 2007
    based on 18 ratings
     | 8,450 views

    A call to celebrate a worthy God

    Psalm 98:1-9 Something to Sing About Woodlawn Baptist Church August 26, 2007 Read Psalm 98:1-9 What an amazing psalm of worship! From beginning to end this is a psalm of praise and adoration! It is a psalm of joy…a psalm of gladness and excitement for the great God we serve! Today I’ll ...read more

  • Joy To The World Series

    Contributed by Dave Mcfadden on Dec 18, 2006
    based on 14 ratings
     | 18,307 views

    A consideration of the biblical basis for this beloved Christmas carol.

    A young boy once complained to his father that most of the hymns they sang in church were boring to him - too far behind the times - tiresome tunes and meaningless words. His father put an end to his son’s complaints by saying, "If you think you can write better hymns, then why don’t you?" The boy ...read more

  • Worship Wars

    Contributed by Matthew Stoll on Nov 7, 2006
    based on 4 ratings
     | 1,317 views

    Sermon to handle the increasing division over style of music in worship (contemporary vs. traditional). We sing for God’s benefit and not our own. Yet God continues to inspire us with a new song and styles of worship.

    In the last month or so I have heard some interesting comments. I’ve heard, “we don’t sing enough of the old hymns,” or “I don’t like the new music,” and I have also heard “we are singing too many hymns,” or “we sing songs too slow.” Interesting isn’t it? Whenever people are involved there are ...read more

  • Worship Wars

    Contributed by Anonymous on Sep 7, 2006
    based on 7 ratings
     | 4,101 views

    This sermon attempts to address some of the divide in our church over worship music by recognizing the focus is not on our preference but on God.

    In the last month or so I have heard some interesting comments. I’ve heard, “we don’t sing enough of the old hymns,” or “I don’t like the new music,” and I have also heard “we are singing too many hymns,” or “we sing songs too slow.” Interesting isn’t it? Whenever people are involved there are ...read more