“O come, let us sing unto the LORD: let us make a joyful noise to the rock of our salvation.”
King James Version (KJV)
Onyekachukwu Ogechi Levinus Alaka's comment on 2020-07-17 12:43:27:
These psalms are sometimes categorized as "enthronement psalms" because of their focus on God's eternal kingship. One popular theory about their origins is that they were recited in the Jerusalem temple during a New Year festival that revolved around the celebration of God's enthronement. If the theory is right, Psalm 95 was part of a grand celebration of God's universal sovereignty with the implicit claim that God was superior to all other deities. This theory, however compelling it may be, is not as certain as the role of Psalm 95 in the book of Psalms.
MockingBird's comment on 2014-12-31 06:19:32:
Praise God for His mercy endureth forever. Praise Him all ye people. Shout unto the Lord with the voice of triumph . He is worthy of all Praise and Glory . The angels in Heaven are continually saying Holy : Holy : Holy Lord God Almighty. If I do not have Joy in Praising my Lord : I will not enjoy being in Heaven. Praise the Lord my God. I sing Praise unto my God !!!!!
AMEN JAY's comment on 2014-12-31 04:41:45:
For our LORD alone is to Give Thanks and Praises when we think of all HE has done, with so much more we can not see.HALALUYAH TO THY LORD AMEN
AMEN JAY's comment on 2014-12-31 04:40:39:
For our LORD alone is to Give Thanks and Praises if think of all HE has done, with so much more we can not see.HALALUYAH TO THY LORD AMEN
Anthony. Bryant's comment on 2014-12-14 09:39:24:
the beautiful psalms my GOD