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What The Bible Says - Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
When I was thirteen, my school required students to take four exploratory courses, including home economics, art, choir, and woodworking. On my first day in choir, the instructor called each student to the piano individually to hear their voices and place them in the room according to their vocal range. During my turn at the piano, I sang the notes she played multiple times, but wasn’t directed to a section in the room. Instead, after repeated tries, she sent me to the counseling office to find a different class to take. From that moment on, I felt I shouldn’t sing at all, that my voice shouldn’t be heard in song.I carried that thought with me for more than a decade until I read Psalm 98 as a young adult. The writer opens with an invitation to “sing to the Lord” (Psalm 98:1). The reason offered has nothing to do with the quality of our voices; He delights in all His children’s songs of thanksgiving and praise. Instead, we are invited to sing because God “has done marvelous things” (v. 1).The psalmist points out two wonderful reasons to joyfully praise God in song and in attitude: His saving work in our lives and His on-going faithfulness toward us. In God’s choir, we each have a place to sing of the “marvelous things” He has done (v. 1).
The Oak Lake Baptist choir presents our 2008 Christmas cantata, Hope Has Hands.
Our Christmas Eve Candle Light service will begin at 6:00 p.m. with a mini-cantata by our Choir. Following the songs, we will have a brief service, ending with candle lighting. This is always a simple but beautiful service. Please join us as we commemorate and celebrate the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ.
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