"Singing has nothing to do with the affairs of this world: it is not for the law. Singers are merry, and free from sorrows and cares."

— Martin Luther — 

Each month, we commit ourselves to the joyful work of "singing psalms and hymns" (Col. 3:16) by learning a Psalm of the month. Here, you can find resources for learning the song of any given month.

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JUNE 2021

Psalm 67

Let the nations be glad in their God! Psalm 67 beautifully reminds us that God calls all the nations to rejoice in his grace and glory. It is listed in hymnals under #437, O God, to Us Show Mercy. Here is a modern version of the song. The links below are blank at the moment, until we arrange the resources.

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APRIL & MAY 2021

Psalm 124

Psalm 124 put to song, Now Israel May Say, and That in Truth (also known as The Old 124th) is #614 in our hymnals. In it, God's people declare God's victory over their enemies. Today, we declare the same with this Psalm because of Christ's resurrection. See the music, and listen to the song below!  The linked song uses subtly different words than what we find in our hymnals.


MARCH 2021

Psalm 22

My God, My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me? Jesus cried out with these words from Psalm 22 as he hung on Calvary. The sheet music is under copyright, so we cannot provide it digitally (its #76 in our hymnals). We can provide the tune—an old, English folk tune!



Psalm 100

"The Old Hundredth", as it is often called, is known in our hymnals under hymn #1 as "All People That On Earth Do Dwell". Originally adapted from Psalm 100 in 1551!