1. Sin is the main problem for worship. The emphasis in this lecture is on how unconfessed and therefore unforgiven sin prohibits participation in praise, teaching, and worship. Transitions must be made from the ritual of the sanctuary for today, but the principle remains the same. People are to praise with holy hands. As Tozer says, the last thing the Lord wants is a group of carnal Christians bragging on him.

    Second in a series of six lectures in which Dr. Ross addresses music, singing, liturgy, and worship as illustrated and revealed in the Psalms. Building on the foundation of a particular Psalm, further insight is gained from other passages in both the Old and New Testaments, culminating in the derivation of principles for practice in worship today.

    # vimeo.com/87200500 Uploaded 52 Plays / / 0 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  2. This beautiful psalm shows how spontaneous praise, singing, and dancing follows from the ordeal of sin and renewal. Perhaps if we do not emphasize the need for forgiveness of sin, people will not sense the need, and so there will be no confession, and if none, how can there be the celebration for restoration? This was seen to be so important that Psalm 30 became the dedication psalm for the building of the temple. The images of this psalm need to be considered in detail.

    Third in a series of six lectures in which Dr. Ross addresses music, singing, liturgy, and worship as illustrated and revealed in the Psalms. Building on the foundation of a particular Psalm, further insight is gained from other passages in both the Old and New Testaments, culminating in the derivation of principles for practice in worship today.

    # vimeo.com/87226026 Uploaded 17 Plays / / 0 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  3. Here we have a different form of praise, a hymn. The psalm is written so perfectly in its structure and content that it displays the initial instruction that the singing and the musical instruments must be done well if it is to be appropriate for God. The Hebrew literally says, “make it good.” Here we can discuss their musical instruments, singing, and celebration — and most notably, the theological content of the praise. Our focus will be on excellence.

    Fourth in a series of six lectures in which Dr. Ross addresses music, singing, liturgy, and worship as illustrated and revealed in the Psalms. Building on the foundation of a particular Psalm, further insight is gained from other passages in both the Old and New Testaments, culminating in the derivation of principles for practice in worship today.

    # vimeo.com/87234008 Uploaded 14 Plays / / 0 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  4. This is a complex psalm, but if we sort it out there will be all kinds of connections to Israel’s experience and to the Christ event; after all, it is a Hallel Psalm for festivals and well-known by festival goers. We look at the parts people played in the drama; and we also look at how this musical script became the core of the Easter Liturgy of the Church, either sung or said. The message will be encouraging for the individual believer, but the typology will stretch the message even further.

    Fifth in a series of six lectures in which Dr. Ross addresses music, singing, liturgy, and worship as illustrated and revealed in the Psalms. Building on the foundation of a particular Psalm, further insight is gained from other passages in both the Old and New Testaments, culminating in the derivation of principles for practice in worship today.

    # vimeo.com/87294739 Uploaded 10 Plays / / 0 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  5. This wonderful and ignored psalm is a dramatic tracing of the victory march of the Lord from Sinai to Zion in the events of Israel’s history. It may have been written for the moving of the ark to Jerusalem; and so we look at liturgical processions and dramatic re-living of great acts of the faith. The procession at the end of the psalm is filled with ideas. But central to the psalm is the typology, which finds its fulfillment in the ascension of Christ and the granting of (spiritual) gifts to his loyal subjects. Here, too, we bring out other ideas for development of truly glorious worship.

    Sixth in a series of six lectures in which Dr. Ross addresses music, singing, liturgy, and worship as illustrated and revealed in the Psalms. Building on the foundation of a particular Psalm, further insight is gained from other passages in both the Old and New Testaments, culminating in the derivation of principles for practice in worship today.

    # vimeo.com/87298348 Uploaded 3 Plays / / 0 Comments Watch in Couch Mode

Alliance of Christian Musicians

ACMusicians Plus

acmusicians.org

Browse This Channel

Shout Box

Channels are a simple, beautiful way to showcase and watch videos. Browse more Channels. Channels