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Psalm 96
Rev. Dr. E. Scott Jones
September 8 2015

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Tags: Kingdom of God, Psalms, Worship

Scott preached on Psalm 96.  He preached without manuscript, but our video also had technical difficulties and lost the opening of the sermon.

In that opening Scott talked about how the songs we sing on major holidays, especially Easter and Christmas, are set in the present tense–“Christ the Lord is risen today,” “Silent night, holy night, all is calm, all is bright,” “Joy to the World, the Lord is come.”  These songs function much like Psalm 96 does.

Scott preached on Psalm 96.  He preached without manuscript, but our video also had technical difficulties and lost the opening of the sermon.

In that opening Scott talked about how the songs we sing on major holidays, especially Easter and Christmas, are set in the present tense–“Christ the Lord is risen today,” “Silent night, holy night, all is calm, all is bright,” “Joy to the World, the Lord is come.”  These songs function much like Psalm 96 does.