This is our journal of what we pray is our sojourn of life (Hebrews 11:8-10) along the narrow way (Matthew 7:14), even the old paths (Jeremiah 6:16), submitting to the Bible as a light unto both (Psalms 119:105). It is our prayer that these documented moments in our earthly time benefit whom God might choose to edify, but ultimately that God glorifies Himself through them.

Psalm Singing – May 2024

Once again, Sue and I have continued recording Psalm singing from the psalter we use. And again, we always hope others will want to learn the Psalms and that this might encourage and help them in that.

The next set was 113A-118C.

And this set was a little different. If you’ll note, our last blog post about singing was back in February. We were able to get this next set recorded so quickly because we had already learned them before. And this is because in times past here, we as a group would gather and go through a Passover seder, but in a way that was a fulfillment-version of Passover pointing to Christ Jesus. And so, the seder went through the normal Passover elements but then showed what they pointed to either in the Old Testament, with the sufferings of God’s people in Egypt, or again, with Christ as the fulfillment, especially as the Passover Lamb.

And then as part of the seder, we would sing through one of the versions of each of the Psalms 113-118, as those are part of what’s called “The Hallel”, which apparently were sung at Passover.

And so, that’s why Sue and I already know them and were able to get them recorded so quickly. 🙂

And here they are:

(If the above player doesn’t work, or if you would like to save any of the files locally to your computer, you can click the Download link below, or right click it and click Save As in the popup menu.)

Psalms 113A-118C

May we always be in an attitude and voice of praise to the Lord!

Psalm 113:1-3:

1 Praise ye the Lord. Praise, O ye servants of the Lord, praise the name of the Lord.

2 Blessed be the name of the Lord from this time forth and for evermore.

3 From the rising of the sun unto the going down of the same the Lord’s name is to be praised.

— David

Previous Psalms singings:

Psalms 1A-12B (minus 4B)
Psalms 4B & 13-18L
Psalms 19A-22E
Psalms 22F-24C
Psalms 25A-27F
Psalms 28A-31G
Psalms 32A-34D
Psalms 35A-37F
Psalms 38B-40F
Psalms 41A-44F
Psalms 45A-49C
Psalms 50A-53
Psalms 54A-59B
Psalms 60A-65B
Psalms 66A-68E
Psalms 69A-71D
Psalms 72A-76B
Psalms 77A-78H
Psalms 79A-84B
Psalms 85A-89H
Psalms 90A-93A
Psalms 94A-98B
Psalms 99A-103D
Psalms 104A-105E
Psalms 106A-107E
Psalms 108A-112B

2 Comments

  1. Adele

    Awww! Thank you so much for sharing! I really enjoyed your original video in 2012 of the group doing them. This version sounds better though.

    • David & Susan Sifford

      Hi Adele!
      This is Susan. It’s great to hear from you and thank you for taking the time to comment! Wow, that 2012 video seems so long ago. We pray these recordings are a blessing to you. God abundantly bless you and yours and keep you. Feel free to say Hello anytime!

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