Singing is a natural response when our emotions are aroused. Psalm 98 shows us what singing a new song includes and reminds us we have plenty to sing about.
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We are listening to Psalm 98 from Book 4 of the Psalms. It celebrates God's salvation and justice by singing a new song. It follows in the steps of Psalm 95 and 96 which are also songs of praise or urge singing a new song to Yahweh. All the Psalms from 90-100 have some intricate links between them and you would be blessed from in-depth study on this topic. The exuberant thanksgiving and praise by the rivers, the mountains and the seas helps us see that praise is not limited to humans alone. The concluding note of God coming and his future judgment and restoration of justice strikes the note of hopeful expectation for believers.
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