This text is rich in Reformed baptismal theology. It uses variations on the word “sing” in the fifth line of each stanza and “baptize” in the seventh, to remind us of baptism as something that happens to us (st. 1), as part of who we are (st. 2), and as something we are called to (st. 3). Thus it moves us from the font to the table, and then, finally, to the pulpit and out into the world as teachers making disciples.
Sing! A New Creation