Making Music

At night I remember my music;
I meditate in my heart, and my spirit ponders.

Psalm 77:6

“Come, let us shout joyfully to the Lord,
shout triumphantly to the rock of our salvation!
Let us enter His presence with thanksgiving;
let us shout triumphantly to Him in song.”

Psalm 95:1-2

Music has always been important in my life. Singing along with Debbie Boone songs in my mirror with my microphone was a high point of my free time growing up.

I even met my husband in University Chorus.

Our house is full of music makers. My husband and sons play the drums. My older son also plays marimba and piano, while my younger son plays the piano and cello. I still love to sing!

We use our gifts at church on occasion and enjoy making joyful noises at home as well. It’s a way to take a break and leave some of the stress behind by refocusing our minds.

We can also meditate on the words of hymns and other Christian music to help us in our worship time with the Lord. It allows us to be more open and connected to the Spirit.

Music is a creative outlet. Whether you enjoy making music, or listening to the music of others, it can help bring us closer to the Lord.

PRAYER:
Dear Lord,
Thank You for the gift of music. Thank You for those who share their creative talents. Help remind us to sing joyfully to You! You alone are worthy of our praise!
In Christ’s name, Amen.

Journal: Which songs bring you closer to the Lord? How can you add more music into your week?

Photo by Tim Cooper on Unsplash

3 thoughts on “Making Music

  1. I think what I miss most about not attending church in person is singing. I’ve tried singing to praise albums as I drive, but I can’t find one I love. Any suggestions?

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    1. I don’t have any specific albums in mind. I often listen to my local Christian radio station when I’m driving. I also have Apple Music, so I can choose from a variety there. If you like the more contemporary music, I have purchased some of the WOW! CD’s in the past that are specific to Christian hits. At home, I also listen to piano hymn music I’ve purchased.

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