How to Practice the Presence of God with Psalming

Practical Theology Of Worship Series

This video is a very simple explanation and demonstration of “psalming”, singing scripture spontaneously.

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The Hebrew word for singing scripture is “Tehillah”.

Benefits of Psalming

Psalming helps us experience the Word of God in a deeper way by connecting with and expressing our emotions. It help us engage our bodies, minds and spirit with the text.

I’ve also found it helpful as a release in times of worship, for example, singing scripture spontaneously at the end of a worship song.

Challenge:

Go ahead and try this at home, in your closet, on your deck or where ever you feel comfortable.

Comments: Have you done this? Would you try it? Why or why not?

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7 thoughts on “How to Practice the Presence of God with Psalming

  1. God is awesomely faithful! These are what I needed most for feeding the sheep in music worship. I thank the Lord for raising up a humble servant in you who could cheerfully and compassionately share so much of his knowledge in this area. More of God's glory and power in your life!