Wine Tasting and Psalm-Roar (with Christ Church, Providence Church, and Trinity Presbyterian)

Selection for our Wine and Psalm Roar

Season of Lent, March 8th, 2013

Note: The pagination listed follows the Cantus Christi Psalter /Hymnal. The links are to various samples of each psalm.

Christ Church, Providence Church, & Trinity Presbyterian

1)   Psalm 1, Chant, pg. 3 and another sample.

2)   Psalm 2, pgs. 4-5 (Lyrics and MIDI file)

3)    Psalm 5, pgs. 6-7

4)    Psalm 22:11-20, pg. 31 or MIDI file

5)    Psalm 22:22-31, pg. 34 (MIDI file)

6)    Psalm 45, pgs. 80-81 &  another sample of congregational singing of Psalm 45)


Responsive Psalm (see bottom)

7)   Psalm 8, Genevan Psalter

8)   Psalm 119X, pg. 158 (Lyrics and MIDI file)

9)   Psalm 98, pg. 134-135 (Lyrics)

10)Psalm 148, pg. 192

Closing Hymns: Stricken Smitten, and Afflicted, pg. 265, and additional Lenten Hymn taught by Rev. James B. Jordan, & The Son of God Goes Forth to War, pg. 282 (Sample of Congregational Singing)


O clap your hands, all you peoples!
        Shout to God with the voice of triumph!
For Yahweh most high is awesome;
        A great King over all the earth.
He subdues the peoples under us,
        And the nations under our feet.
He chooses our inheritance for us,
        The excellence of Jacob, whom He loves.

God has ascended amidst a shout,
        Yahweh amidst the sound of a trumpet.
Sing praises to God!
        Sing praises!
Sing praises to our King!
        Sing praises!
For God is the King of all the earth;
        Sing praises with understanding.

God reigns over the nations;
        God sits on His holy throne.
The princes of the peoples have gathered together
        As the people of the God of Abraham.
For the shields of the earth belong to God.
        He is greatly exalted.

Blessed be Yahweh God, the God of Israel,
        Who alone does wondrous works.
Yes, blessed be His glorious name everlastingly,
And may His glory fill the whole earth.
Yes, amen!

About Uri Brito

I am the Pastor of Providence Church (CREC) in Pensacola, Fl.
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