Resources on psalm 113

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Topical Study on Psalms The psalms gift the believer and the believing community with a robust and no-holds-barred vocabulary in conversation with God. The psalms provide backing to Jewish Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel's claim, "With God anything can be said. Without God nothing is heard." Call to Worship: Psalm 113 Element of Worship by Christine Longhurst https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2013/08/call-to-worship-psalm-113_3597.html Element of Worship by Christine Longhurst Topics: Blessing , Worship , Praise , Glory Source: Re-Worship Longhurst’s responsive call to worship is based on Psalm 113, inviting all corners of the earth to praise and bless God’s name forever. God is seated above the nations, and is incomparable and glorious. Call to Worship Litany: Psalm 113 Element of Worship https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2013/08/call-to-worship-litany-psalm-113.html Element of Worship Topics: Blessing , Worship , Praise Source: Re-Worship "Blessed be the name of the Lord now and forever" is the response of the congregation as the reader goes through a litany of Psalm 113. A call to worship on how God raises people up. Psalm 113: The Movie Article by David I. Smith https://perspectivesjournal.org/blog/2005/01/16/psalm-113-the-movie/ Article by David I. Smith Topics: Praise , Passover Source: Perspectives Journal David Smith draws a connection between a scene from a film and Psalm 113, reflecting on the psalm's depiction of God as being both cosmically powerful and intimately sovereign. Call to Worship: Psalm 113 Element of Worship https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2013/08/call-to-worship-113.html Element of Worship Topics: Blessing , Praise , Responses , Psalms Source: Re-Worship A responsive call to worship based on Psalm 113 and how throughout time and space the name of Yahweh is to be praised. A Hymn of Praise Sermon Starter/Outline by Paul O. Myhre https://www.workingpreacher.org/preaching.aspx?commentary_id=673 Sermon Starter/Outline by Paul O. Myhre Topics: Praise , God , Psalms , Hymn Source: Working Preacher This commentary on Psalm 113 says the psalm is from start to finish a hymn of praise about God. It is a call to remember who God is and what God has done for his people. Who is like the Lord our God? Commentary/Exegesis by Rolf Jacobson https://www.workingpreacher.org/preaching.aspx?commentary_id=2504 Commentary/Exegesis by Rolf Jacobson Topics: Praise , Grace , Holiness Source: Working Preacher Rolf Jacobson considers Psalm 113 a "classic hymn of praise." We become God's people as we praise God. God takes the initiative to rescue needy and suffering people. Psalms of Praise Commentary/Exegesis by Rolf Jacobson http://www.enterthebible.org/blog.aspx?m=3783&post=2607 Commentary/Exegesis by Rolf Jacobson Topics: Praise , Relationship Source: Enter the Bible In this video, Rolf Jacobson explains the two functions of the praise psalms: first, as a form of testimony, and second, as a form of direct communication with God. Thanksgiving Call to Worship Element of Worship by Christine Longhurst https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2015/10/thanksgiving-call-to-worship.html Element of Worship by Christine Longhurst Topics: Worship , Praise , Thanksgiving , Lectionary Source: Re-Worship The inspiring words of Psalm 113 bolster this prayer of thanksgiving with a response which can be used as a call to worship praising God for his gracious giving of good gifts to his people. Exalted Over All the Nations Service Outline by Anne E Zaki https://worship.calvin.edu/resources/resource-library/worship-service-psalm-113/ Service Outline by Anne E Zaki Topics: Praise , Cultures , Liturgy , Video Source: Calvin Institute of Christian Worship This service of Psalm 113, Exalted Over All the Nations, was part of the Calvin Symposium on Worship 2012. Utilizing leaders from around the world, the service echoed the words of Psalm 113:1. Calling to Praise Sermon Starter/Outline by Nancy deClaissé-Walford https://www.workingpreacher.org/preaching.aspx?commentary_id=1765 Sermon Starter/Outline by Nancy deClaissé-Walford Topics: Praise , Care , Lectionary Source: Working Preacher This commentary on Psalm 113 sees that hymn as calling the community of believers to praise a transcendent God who cares enough for humankind to reach down and raise up the poor of the earth. Praise the Lord's Name Element of Worship https://thepastorsworkshop.com/calls-to-worship-on-blessing/ Element of Worship Topics: Blessing , Praise , Psalms , Worship Planning Source: The Pastor's Workshop This call to worship is adapted from Psalm 113:1-3 and invites God's people to praise and bless him. God's Care for the Poor Article by Carolyn Brown http://worshipingwithchildren.blogspot.com/2013/08/year-c-proper-20-25th-sunday-in.html Article by Carolyn Brown Topics: Intercession , Wealth and poverty , Injustice , Faithfulness Source: Worshiping With Children This blog post shares ways to communicate some themes to children including economic injustice in Amos 8:4-7, a Psalm 113 reading with motions and Mammon in Luke 16:1-13. Full Text Hymns on psalm 113 The Day You Gave Us, Lord, Is EndedPD
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Call to Worship & Opening Prayer: Thanksgiving and Praise Element of Worship https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2013/08/call-to-worship-opening-prayer-psalm-113.html Element of Worship Topics: Prayer , Praise , Thanksgiving , Worship Planning Source: Re-Worship This is a responsive prayer and call to worship inspired by Psalm 113 that seeks to "come before him with thanksgiving and offer him the sacrifice of praise." What Is a Psalm? Commentary/Exegesis by Frederick J. Gaiser https://www.enterthebible.org/resourcelink.aspx?rid=1460 Commentary/Exegesis by Frederick J. Gaiser Topics: Praise , Liturgy , Psalms Source: Enter the Bible In this video, Frederick J. Gaiser talks the Psalms, or the "praises." A psalm can be a prayer, hymn, lament, or liturgical piece, but all are dialoguing with God, moving towards praise. Why Lament Psalms Are Important Audio/Video by Frederick J. Gaiser https://www.enterthebible.org/resourcelink.aspx?rid=1462 Audio/Video by Frederick J. Gaiser Topics: Lament , Prayer , Psalms Source: Enter the Bible There are more lament Psalms than any other kind. They are the cries of anger and anguish of Israel to God. But do they matter for us? In this video, Frederick Gaiser shares why they do. From Lament to Praise Sermon Starter/Outline by Paul K.-K. Cho https://www.workingpreacher.org/preaching.aspx?commentary_id=2963 Sermon Starter/Outline by Paul K.-K. Cho Topics: Praise , Lament Source: Working Preacher This commentary on Psalm 113 sees that the psalm begins and ends in Hallelujah, participating in the grand drama of the Psalter which moves from lament to praise. Everlasting to Everlasting Element of Worship by Greg Scheer http://worship.calvin.edu/resources/resource-library/everlasting-to-everlasting Element of Worship by Greg Scheer Topics: Resurrection , Holy Week Source: Calvin Institute of Christian Worship A video of a Cantata based on the Hallel Psalms (Psalms 113-118). This is useful for use during Holy week which anticipates the resurrection of Jesus. Singing the Psalms Anew Song/Hymn by Emily R Brink https://www.reformedworship.org/article/june-2009/singing-psalms-anew Song/Hymn by Emily R Brink Topics: Singing , Worship Planning , Music , John Calvin Source: Reformed Worship In celebration of John Calvin's 500th birthday, in this article the decision was made to honor him and focus on sing the Psalms as Calvin did. Psalms 78, 113, and 148 are used. When We May Sing Alleluia Book Quote by Joseph A. Komonchak https://www.commonwealmagazine.org/introducing-some-easter-reflections Book Quote by Joseph A. Komonchak Topics: Easter , Resurrection , St. Augustine Source: Commonweal "The days have come when we may sing Alleluia." An introduction to Lenten reflections on Psalms 111-118 from St. Augustine. God of All Life Element of Worship by Christine Longhurst https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2013/08/prayer-of-approach-psalm-113.html Element of Worship by Christine Longhurst Topics: Prayer , God's Presence , Poor , Homelessness Source: Re-Worship Christine Longhurst presents an opening prayer inspired by Psalm 113. "You refuse to leave those in need on the rubbish dump" (v. 7).

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