Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Community Singing - June 2014

It's been a while since we have recorded our Psalms singing from the psalter we use, but this past Lord's Day/Resurrection Day, we gathered together and recorded the next set of Psalms. As always, it is our prayer that God glorify Himself and that He benefit His Church through these:

Psalms 28A-31G


Previous Psalms singings:

Psalms 1A-12B (minus 4B)

Psalms 4B & 13-18L

Psalms 19A-22E

Psalms 22F-24C

Psalms 25A-27F


Once again, we are eternally grateful to the Lord for His Word, and this opportunity to sing it, and His praises. We thank Him for bringing circumstance in our lives so that the words have much more meaning, and we pray He hears these cries of our hearts, again for His glory and the praise of His name! Amen!

-- David

2 comments:

Craig Medicraft said...

Thank you brother for sharing your singing, it has put me in a good frame of mind as I go out to work in the gardens. Julie and I just finished Everything (for the 2nd time) I find it thought provoking. will you be putting out any more of Mr Bunkers sermons in the future? Read all your blog entries although I rarely comment. But this was a real blessing. Thank you again. Your brother in Nova Scotia, Craig

David and Susan Sifford said...

Hi Mr. Medicraft,

Glad they can be of benefit. I benefit from listening to them too, by God's graces. Part of why we do this is so others can learn the Psalms from the psalter as well, if they want.

Mr. Bunker's been on hiatus from sermons, although we are going through John Owen's "The Glory of Christ" (vol 1 of his works) as a group with Mr. Bunker commentating on it, given the difficulties of the verbiage and topics. We have been recording those from about chapter 5 I think, but have only put up ch 16. Eventually, someday, we hope to put up the whole lot of them.

Thanks for saying hello, and may God guide your studies and grant you all His graces and mercies.

-- David