3 Let them praise his name with a dancing, making melody to him with b tambourine and c lyre! ◄ Psalm 149:2 ► Let Israel rejoice in their Maker; let the children of Zion rejoice in their King. Sermons from Psalm 149. 2. "Praaaise the Lorrrrd!" But mountains are put, too, in Scripture as symbols of difficulties which lie in the way of Christ's conquest of the world. Preaching the Psalms Cycles A, B, C. Within the confines of our cultural reality, those who take things into their own hands are showered with praise. It is published by Seedbed, whose mission is to gather, connect, and resource the people of … Preaching. In this sermon, Lloyd Stilley uses Psalm 139. 2/7/2019 Rev. Favoriting is a great way to keep a list of sermons, programs, and ministry resources in your account. And there are some whose summits can never be reached. We might well believe that these difficulties would never be overcome if God had not said they should be. Lecture category. The Paperback Bible presents the Bible by the Book and is designed to be portable, readable, and truly personal with ample margins for notations. When the prophet again wishes to tell us what mighty things God has done, and especially to call attention to the quiet, easy, noiseless way that God can bring about marvellous events, how splendidly he effects this by saying, "The mountains flowed down at Thy presence"! IV. Psalm 149 Psalm 150 Proverbs 1. The people of … Psalm 149 tends to run in two directions down the same mountain. This is "a new song", evidently intended for the new creation, and the men who are of new heart.It is such a song as may be sung at the coming of the Lord, when the new dispensation shall bring overthrow to the wicked and honour to all the saints. Praise the LORD. II. Let Israel rejoice in their Maker; let the people of Zion be glad in their King. So Isa. The old song would lose interest, would become formal; its old form would become too strait, unsuitable, repressive of feeling. Searchterm. He can convert a Saul, the persecutor and unbeliever, into Paul, the persuasive preacher. II. cry in the throat, set up thy note. Hallelujah! Sing to the LORD a new song--His praise in the assembly of the godly. in their throat. I. It will need to have much more put into it, and then it will appear as the "song of Moses and the Lamb.". Did you sing it something like this: "Ah, sing praise to the Lord, yawn; come, aaahh, sing a new song. Let them sing aloud upon their beds. The combination of these two – the high praises of God and the two-edged sword – spiritually speaks to every leader among God’s people. Psalm 149:1-9: Pulpit Commentary Homiletics. Series. GOD'S GREAT POWER. lviil. Event. … iv. Psalm 149:5–9 ESV 5 Let the godly exult in glory; let them sing for joy on their beds. Sing to the LORD a new song--His praise in the assembly of the godly. PRAISE THE LORD Psalms 149 149:1 Praise ye the LORD. Yes, these immovable hills tremble when they see God; and what, then, will impenitent sinners do — men who take no notice of what God has to say to them; who keep their thoughts bound down to earthly things, and never acknowledge God in any of His ways? ... Preaching the Psalms Cycles A, B, C. The very words, "Praise the Lord," have, in some circles, taken on a tone of mockery and scorn. Minister. Sing to the L ord v a new song, his praise in w the assembly of the godly! for if you can't remove it, if you can't get it out of your way in an instant — as most of us in our impatience would like to do with all our mountain-difficulties — yet by steady and persistent effort you may master the mountain and get the right side of it by and by. And when we stand and look at a mountain, with its top piercing the clouds, the thought may well come to us, If the valleys and plains have been given to man, God has reserved the mountains for Himself. And whenever He Himself wanted to leave the world behind Him, and to find a place where He could feel His Father to be very near, and have intimate communion with Him, "He went up into a mountain to pray.". It may be as old as the hills; it is new to me; it is the output of my feeling, the creation of my experience. I. At one time the prophet wished to make the people feel the immense disparity between themselves and God, and he asks them the significant question, "Who hath weighed the mountains in scales?" SermonAudio.com - Psalm 149 Sermons. 149 Praise ye the Lord.Sing unto the Lord a new song, and his praise in the congregation of saints.. 2 Let Israel rejoice in him that made him: let the children of Zion be joyful in their King. The song starts on a lofty summit with an invocation to praise the Lord and sing a new song. Yes, if we want to banish little earth-born thoughts, and cares, and troubles, if we would exclude them by the entrance of greater thoughts, then climb the mountain, go to its summit if you can, and you are likely to come back another man. Psalm 149:6. But I believe you never meet with God speaking of these other things as He does of mountains. 4. song put into a new form. Perhaps it would be true to say that there really is no new song; for man there can never be anything more than the oh!