Songs of the Saints: Enriching Our Singing by Learning from the Songs of Scripture
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When Rob Smith and Mike Raiter travel to various churches and conferences, they often observe two rather disconcerting trends: Christians either remaining stony-faced and disengaged during the songs, or passionately singing songs of minimal biblical or theological substance.
Songs of the Saints is their call to revitalise congregational singing in our evangelical churches. It is a spirited plea to marry sound biblical theology and spiritually zealous hearts - to harness the God-given power of congregational singing to bring vitality and maturity to God's people.
By exploring some of the songs in both the Old and New Testaments, this book powerfully remind us why songs are such an important vehicle for glorifying God and sharing life-changing truths with each other.
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