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Doug Van Meter - 20 Sep 2015

Oh Come, All Ye Faithful (Psalm 95:1–11)


Psalm 95 is clearly a call to worship. The setting is unknown, but it emphasises the reign of the Yahweh. In it, God’s people are summonsed to celebration, adoration and restoration. And what was so necessary for them has not changed for us under the new covenant. We too need to come and worship. But this psalm shows us that the only ones who can truly answer this call are the faithful.

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