Online Sunday School

Sunday School Lesson 5 for October 3, 2021

 

Dear Brothers and Sisters

 

"Shout for joy to the Lord, all the earth" - Psalm 100:1.

 

There’s a song for every occasion, isn’t there? The right songs enhance any event, imprint memories more deeply into our minds, and make even everyday moments more special. In the Bible, The Book of Psalms serves as “The Songbook of God’s People.”

 

There are several categories of psalms to fit every situation. Laments lift up hard things to God and ask for his intervention. Wisdom Psalms echo ideas from the other Wisdom books (Job, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon), and Prophetic Psalms are resonant with the messages of the prophets. Royal psalms “relate to the Messiah” who was foreshadowed by King David. Some psalms celebrate God’s Law, some express confidence in His help, and some relate the history of God’s people. And many, many psalms are centered around praise and thanksgiving. It is in this category that Psalm 100 falls.

 

Psalm 100 is the last of a grouping of eight psalms that share the phrase: “The LORD reigns.” This confident assertion addresses doubts and struggles that have been raised in other earlier psalms, and this truth makes thanksgiving possible.

 

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Teleconference:1-312-626-6799; follow instructions: Meeting ID: 362 296 9704 Passcode: 840101

Zoom: Meeting ID: 362 296 9704, Passcode: 840101

 

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​Church Service will be at 11AM on Zoom Join our Cloud HD Video Meeting  Meeting ID:362 296 9704. Call in Number (312)626-6799 Access Code 3622969704. They will ask for a password for zoom password, 840101. 

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PRAY ABOUT IT.

 

Sincerely,

 

Bro. Kenneth Lewis