The Wanderer

"As I walked through the wilderness of this world . . ."

Sing like you mean it

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What follows is the conclusion to Stephen Altrogge’s moving piece about his dad:

I decided to write this all out first as a means of expressing for myself what is sometimes difficult to verbalize. And secondly as a means of encouragement to the fathers in this church. Please sing like you mean it on Sunday morning. I am not asking you to “fake” anything… but rather embrace the very meaning these songs were written for. Seek to express your joy in your Savior Jesus Christ by singing in response to what he has done for you, and in agreement with the truths imbedded in these songs. Neither am I encouraging you to do this specifically for your children’s benefit but first for yourselves with the added comfort of knowing how much it will affect your children. I am simply encouraging you to worship in spirit and in truth. Sing strong because that is what God wants from you. Trust God to bless your children with the echo.

Do read it all to see why Stephen should write such an exhortation.

HT: David Murray.

Written by Jeremy Walker

Wednesday 14 March 2012 at 16:52

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