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Alley

Sunday Joy! (Song)

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Psalms 32:11

Be glad in the LORD, and rejoice, ye righteous: and shout for joy, all ye that are upright in heart.

 

This song brings the importance of joy to the forefront.  We should all hear the message of joy and live in it-- for we are established in Christ who makes our Joy full in all things.

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Love it, Alley! Reminds me of a poem...

 

Old Familiar Friend

 

Trying to emerge from a place within,

it bubbles up, desiring to begin.

It fills my soul and leaps into my heart,

bouncing around for a way to depart.

 

It creeps up my throat and onto my tongue.

It darts out as a song to be sung.

It pokes at my ego, my hands to raise.

Then I recognize my old friend Praise.

 

He always comes knocking when I’m distressed,

seeking to guide me on a Godly quest.

As his exultations begin to grow,

I give him permission his words to flow.

 

When I hear his sounds familiar and sweet,

I know they rise up my Savior to greet.

When his handiwork at last comes to rest,

I know once again I’m sure to be blessed.

 

~ Happy praising!

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