Psalm 100: 56th Edition

Hymn Of The Week

Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing was written by Robert Robinson back in 1758, and was inspired after reading 1 Samuel 7:12, “Then Samuel took a stone and set it up between Mizpah and Shen and called its name Ebenezer; for he said, Till now the Lord has helped us.” The hymn speaks about how God has alway been there for us, especially in our time of despair. The first verse talks calls for grace of heart in response to all God has done for us. The second verse is where 1 Samuel 7:12 really shows its influence. Ebenezer means stone of hope, and in this hymn it is used to symbolize everything God has done for us. The third verse, the best way I can explain it is that it is a prayer to God, thanking him for all He has done. This is a popular that continues to be covered by many artists today, so I hope you all will one day listen to this hymn by your favorite artist, and reflect upon all God has done for us.

Follow the Psalm 100 Spotify Playlist to listen to all of our picks!

Songs from this Past Lord’s Day

1. O Come To The Altar – Elevation Worship

2. You Make Me Brave – Bethel Music Ft. Amanda Cook

Offering Song: I Stand Amazed(How Marvelous) – Chris Tomlin


Doxology: I Will Come and Bow Down

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