Night of Worship
Published June 1, 2020
Our God is so good. When we encounter difficult times, He has given us His Word and His Spirit. He has also given us another immeasurably joyful blessing: singing songs to Him with the people of God.
Throughout the psalms, the psalmist is in dire straits over and over again. Much of this inspired songbook was forged in the fires of trials. The people of God, when hard-pressed, find strength and joy in singing, and singing together.
For example, in Psalm 35:17-18, David sings, “Lord, how long will You look on? Rescue my soul from their ravages, my only life from the lions. I will give You thanks in the great congregation; I will praise You among a mighty throng.”
This Thursday night at 6pm, let’s gather in the worship center as a great congregation, a mighty throng, to sing praises to our Almighty God! We’ll have a night of worship together, pouring out our hearts to our Sovereign King. Invite your friends, families, and neighbors. Let’s shake north Phoenix with our God’s great praise!