Another Way to Sing
"Some men sing tenor, some bass, and others baritone. I just happen to sing monotone."
"Some people are 'Prison Singers'--behind a few bars and always looking for the right key." --Dr. David Jeremiah
Sing When Suffering
God seems to bring His greatest revelations during times of suffering. Learn to sing when suffering!
Darlene Zschech experienced dark days in her life in 1993. Life seemed to be unbearable. She turned to Psalm 96 and wrote “Shout to the Lord.”
Don Moen was on a plane going to sing for the funeral of his young nephew who died in a horrific automobile accident. As he read Isa. 43:19, “I will even make a way in the wilderness, and rivers in the desert,” God gave Don the song, “God Will Make a Way.”
Laurie Klein going through loneliness and financial strain, picked up her guitar and out of her mouth came, “I love you Lord, and I lift my voice to worship You.”
Brian Doerkson moved from
Marc Byrd, in deep despair and penniless, spent an entire weekend studying the Psalms. Out of that weekend came the song, “God of Wonders,” a song used on 2 of the space flights to awaken the astronauts. (“From the Darkness. . . a Sunbeam!” by Lindsay Terry, Pulpit Helps, April 2006)