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Bless the Lord

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Leader: You children
All: Bless the Lord, bless the Lord,
bless the Lord, there is no other God.

Leader: Together
All: Bless the Lord, bless the Lord,
bless the Lord, there is no other God.

Leader: My sisters
All: Bless the Lord, bless the Lord,
bless the Lord, there is no other God.

Leader: My brothers
All: Bless the Lord, bless the Lord,
bless the Lord, there is no other God.

Leader: You elders
All: Bless the Lord, bless the Lord,
bless the Lord, there is no other God.

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Scripture References

Further Reflections on Scripture References

This common exclamation is found in many Psalms.  Notice particularly Psalms 1003:11-2, and 146-150, for instance.

Confessions and Statements of Faith References

Further Reflections on Confessions and Statements of Faith References

Sometimes the soul of the Christian needs to cry out exuberantly with joy, thanks, and adoration, even without identifying the reasons for such praise and adoration. Moreover, Christians who gather corporately find it fitting to do so as the grateful body of Christ. The Confessions of the church recognize this natural expression. Belgic Confession, Article 1 sees God as the “overflowing source of all good,” and such a realization deserves an “Alleluia!” Heidelberg Catechism, Lord’s Day 1, Question and Answer 2 is a reminder that living in the joy of our comfort involves a spirit of thanks for his deliverance. In the same spirit, Our World Belongs to God, paragraph 2 exclaims, “God is King: Let the earth be glad! Christ is victor: his rule has begun! The Spirit is at work: creation is renewed!” and then as a natural response cries: “Hallelujah! Praise the Lord!”

576

Bless the Lord

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