redemptive history

“Redemption Song” By Floriana Brindle

“Legalism lacks the supreme sense of worship. It obeys but it does not adore.” Geerhardus Vos I love reading the different songs in the Bible. Songs like Moses’ song of deliverance from Egypt along with Miriam’s victory song in Exodus 15:1-18, 20-22; Deborah’s song in Judges 5, Hannah’s “soundtrack of redemption” in 1 Samuel 2:1-10, …

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Standing in the Gap to Intercede: A Biblical Theology of Mediator (Ps. 106)

  In God’s unfolding story of redemption, there are several figures who intercede on behalf of sinners as a sort of “mediator” between a holy God and His sinful people. Psalm 106 presents us with two of them: Moses and Phinehas. This psalm is about God’s patient, faithful, forgiving love, despite His people’s persistent wickedness. …

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“Sing a New Song” (about the Gospel)! The imperative of Christ-centered music from Ps. 96

“Sing a New Song” (about the Gospel)! The imperative of Christ-centered music from Ps. 96 1 Sing to YHWH a new song! Sing to YHWH, all the earth! 2 Sing to YHWH – bless His Name. Proclaim the good news of His salvation from day to day! 3 Make known His Glory among the nations, …

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