The Hebrew Scriptures relate many instances of the people of God breaking into song when they experience the presence of God in their lives. Where is that song of praise in the Christian's life today? The responsorial psalm of the Sunday liturgy both summarizes the Word of God for the day and invites the community to join, mind and spirit, in affirming their part in that Word. Many books have examined the readings of the Sunday Lectionary. Sing a New Song focuses on the psalms (1991 NAB translation), grouping them by genre, then considering each in its relationship to the set of readings it accompanies. While the insights of scholarship are used, the intent of the work is to inspire more insightful and imaginative celebration of God's Word. It will therefore be of service to those who preach the Word, those who plan the liturgy and provide music, and most of all to everyone who prays and is nourished by the Sunday readings. ?This one-of-a-kind resource examines the psalms as they appear and are structured in the Sunday lectionary, with rich connections for music directors and cantors.? Ministry a LiturgyDavid immediately acknowledges his sin and Nathan announces Goda#39;s forgiveness. The evil set ... His children will suffer and commit rape, incest, and murder. ... Psalm 34 (Acrostic, Wisdom Elements) Psalm 34 is a thanksgiving psalm with a strong wisdom flavor. The psalm is an acrostic or alphabetical psalm . Each verseanbsp;...
|Title||:||Sing a New Song|
|Publisher||:||Liturgical Press - 1993|