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CHPP Daily Brief: "Praying for All in Authority" Wednesday, October 5, 2016

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The Daily Brief:
"Praying for All in Authority"
Wednesday, October 5, 2016

"Standing Together in the Kingdom of God . . .
Under the Cross of Christ"

"My help cometh from the LORD, which made heaven and earth." (Psalm 121:2)

"The effectual, fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much." (James 5:16)

" . . . when the earth experiences Your judgments, the inhabitants of the world learn righteousness." (Isaiah 26:9)

The Middle East in Focus

1. PM said making progress in bringing Zionist Union into government - Times of Israel

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made significant progress in his efforts to bring the center-left Zionist Union into his coalition government, Channel 10 television reported Tuesday.

According to the report, Zionist Union will receive eight ministerial portfolios as part of the agreement. The eight include the Foreign Ministry, which would likely go to party and opposition leader Isaac Herzog, as well as the Culture and Sports Ministry.

Netanyahu has acted as foreign minister since the formation of the government in 2015, and has negotiated intermittently with Herzog on bringing Zionist Union into the government. (Read more)

2, Herzog: Reports of progress toward unity government 'a complete lie'- Times of Israel

Israel's opposition leader on Tuesday night denied negotiating with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to bring his center-left Zionist Union party into the coalition, but did not rule out the possibility in the future.

Isaac Herzog said that reports in Hebrew media earlier Tuesday of significant progress in contacts with Netanyahu toward a unity government were "a complete lie." There had been "no progress" and there were "no negotiations," Herzog told Channel 2 news. (Read more)

3. Jewish billionaire detained to testify against Netanyahu - Israel National News

Jewish billionaire Ronald Lauder, who has been considered for many years to be a personal friend of Prime Minister Netanyahu, was taken for police questioning after he participated in Peres' funeral, Channel 2 reported. The Israeli police requested that Lauder testify against the Netanyahu family.

According to the report, Lauder, who is the president of the World Jewish Congress, was detained by Lahav 433, but refused to share information with the police under the circumstances. (Read more)

4. Israel, Turkey expected to appoint ambassadors soon - Jerusalem Online

Erdogan's spokesman Ibrahim Kalin confirmed today (Tuesday) that Jerusalem and Ankara are expected to appoint ambassadors in the near future in accordance with the Reconciliation Agreement that was officially approved in August. "We are very close to appointing the representatives," Kalin told the Turkish newspaper Haberturk.

In addition, Kalin said that his country will propose a new initiative aimed at ending the war in Syria while attempting to unify the US and Russia following the latest crisis between the two countries. In addition, Kalin expressed his country's opposition to the law that was passed in the US that allows the families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia: "This is a law that violates the sovereignty of the country." (Read more)

5. Amid Iran tensions, Saudi holds live-fire drills in Persian Gulf - Times of Israel

RIYADH - Saudi Arabia is conducting live-fire drills during war games underway in the Gulf, official media said on Tuesday, as tensions simmer with Iran.

Exercise Gulf Shield 1 has begun with naval ships, aircraft, marines and "special units," the Saudi Press Agency said. (Read more)

The Daily Brief

Please note:
Every prayer below is presented to our Lord in the Name of Jesus Christ, amen.

1. Florida, South Carolina On High Alert As Hurricane Matthew Tears Through Caribbean - Fox News

As Hurricane Matthew barreled up the Caribbean Wednesday, people along the Atlantic coast from Florida to South Carolina prepared to move to safer ground, as officials warned that hundreds of thousands of people would have to evacuate.

South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley announced plans starting Wednesday afternoon to evacuate a quarter million people, not counting tourists, from its vulnerable coastline. Officials in central Florida's Brevard County on Wednesday ordered residents on barrier islands and in flood-prone areas to pack up and get out.

Florida Gov. Rick Scott said his state could see its biggest evacuation ever. "If you're able to go early, leave now," he added.

President Barack Obama was briefed on the federal government's preparations Wednesday. He told reporters that now is the time to "hope for the best but we want to prepare for the worst." (Read more)

- Father, we pray protection from this storm. We pray for a smooth evacuation process. We speak "peace" to this storm. In Your Mighty Name, amen.

- "He hath made the earth by his power, he hath established the world by his wisdom, and hath stretched out the heavens by his discretion." (Jeremiah 10:12-13)

2. Pence on fire! Gloves come off in big VP debate - WND

WASHINGTON - With just five weeks left until Election Day - and at least a dozen states already collecting early ballots - Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton's right-hand men faced off Tuesday in the one and only vice presidential debate this election season. The 90-minute event featured Indiana Gov. Mike Pence and Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine and took place at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia. CBS News correspondent Elaine Quijano moderated.

At the beginning of the debate, Pence dominated by listing the issues - Obamacare, the Clinton Foundation and Clinton's email server - that Trump failed to mention at the first presidential debate. He noted, "The Clinton Foundation accepted foreign contributions from foreign governments when she was secretary of state."

However, Kaine repeatedly interrupted with attacks on Trump. Nonetheless, Pence drove on through the interruptions from both Kaine and Quijano, and he delivered some stinging rebukes of Clinton and Obama's policies. (Read more)

- Father, we pray for the next debate on Sunday. We pray for a fair moderator who will keep the candidates on topic with relevant issues concerning our country. Give the American people discernment on this election that we may have hope and a future.

- "The king gives stability to the land by justice, But a man who takes bribes overthrows it." (Proverbs 29:4)

3. Evangelicals not 'enthusiastic,' just realistic - One News Now

Christians who are conflicted about the presidential election may want to listen to a longtime Southern Baptist explain why one author has it all wrong. "Let me be very clear," says Dr. Richard Land. "Mr. Trump was my 18th choice out of the 17 people that were running in the Republican primary."

Land comments to OneNewsNow after best-selling author Phillip Yancey expressed dismay over Christians supporting Trump for president. Yancey, author of "The Jesus I Never Knew," made his comments to the European media about the casino-owning "bully" Trump.

Land says he disagrees with Yancey's premise, beginning with any suggestion of "enthusiastic support" for Trump among Evangelicals. "Most evangelicals I know are not enthusiastically supporting Donald Trump," Land says. "They are enthusiastically opposing Hillary Clinton."

Land has found a reason to support the Republican candidate, he says, because Americans are not voting in a vacuum. That means Trump and Clinton are the "unhappy choices" on the ballot. As unhappy as that may be, he adds, Christians need to vote.

"I just do not see how an evangelical faced with that choice can choose what I call the Pontius Pilate option and try to wash their hands and say, Well, they're both just equally bad and I'm just not going to vote for either one of them." (Read more)

- Abba, we thank You that You are using this election to humble us, for we know not what to do, but our eyes are upon You. We trust You to birth a new move of the Spirit that will sweep across this nation, wrapped around this national election, and drawing all to seek Your face as we prepare to choose our next president. Thank You, Lord, for Your ways, in Your name, amen.

- "For My thoughts are not your thoughts,
Nor are your ways My ways," says the Lord.
"For as the heavens are higher than the earth,
So are My ways higher than your ways,
And My thoughts than your thoughts."
(Isaiah 55:8,9)

4. UN makes power play against Trump - The Hill

International governments have made a power play against Donald Trump by ratifying an international climate deal earlier than expected, effectively preventing him from "canceling" the deal as he has promised to do.

The European Union's Tuesday decision to join the Paris climate deal will push the deal over the threshold for ratification; it will formally take effect in 30 days. That means Trump, should he be elected president in November, could not "cancel" or renegotiate the terms of the agreement.

President Obama committed the United States to reduce its emissions by 26 percent to 28 percent by 2025 as part of the deal. The agreement is nonbinding, so Trump would be free to ignore it if he wins the White House.

Some say Trump's rhetoric about the deal helped speed up ratification.(Read more)

- We thank You, Lord, that this deal IS, in fact, "nonbinding," so if or when Donald Trump takes office, he has the prerogative to refuse its mandate. Praise You, Lord, amen.

- "Buy the truth, and do not sell it, Also wisdom and instruction and understanding." (Proverbs 23:23)

5. Supreme Court will not re-hear immigration case despite Obama request - Fox News

The Supreme Court has declined an Obama administration request to break its recent tie over plans to protect millions of immigrants, when a ninth justice is on the bench.

The justices on Monday rejected the appeal with no comment. The high court split 4-4 in late June, effectively killing the White House's plans to shield from deportation immigrants who are in the country illegally and provide them work permits.

The court has been short-handed since Justice Antonin Scalia died in February. The case still could return to the court, but probably not until a later term. (Read more)

- Father, thank You for this action by the Supreme Court. We pray You reveal a plan for the millions of illegal immigrants in this country. We ask Your wisdom over this issue. May it be the right plan for the protection of our country, and executed in the right way.

- "Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisers they succeed." (Proverbs 15:22)

6. Chief Justice Moore Files Appeal to COJ Decision - Liberty Counsel

Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore has filed an appeal of the decision issued by the Court of the Judiciary (COJ) on September 30 to suspend him for the remainder of his term, which runs through January 2019. A new panel of judges will need to convene to hear the case and all the sitting justices should be recused. (Read more)

- Father, we thank You for this courageous man of God, who refuses to "give up" when faced with opposition, but who continues to stand for truth, as well as his own right to justice in our nation. We lift up Chief Justice Moore, asking You to endow him with strength from above, as he continues to wage this fight. We call forth favor on the part of the next panel that will hear his appeal. Let justice be done, in Jesus' name, amen.

- "When a man's ways please the LORD, he maketh even his enemies to be at peace with him." (Proverbs 16:7)

7. Fears of massive net attacks as code shared online - BBC

Computer code used to mount one of the biggest web attacks ever seen has been released online. Security experts fear the release will prompt more massive attacks that knock sites offline by swamping them with data. The attack tool seeks out smart devices in homes that are weakly protected with easy-to-guess passwords. (Read more)

- Father, protect us from web attacks that may be generated by using this computer code. We ask for Your intervention on this matter. Raise up security experts who are able to overcome this code.

- "For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places." (Ephesians 6:12)

8. Russia deploys advanced anti-missile system to Syria for first time, US officials say - Fox News

Russia has deployed an advanced anti-missile system to Syria for the first time, three US officials tell Fox News, the latest indication that Moscow continues to ramp up its military operations in Syria in support of President Bashar al-Assad. It comes after Russia's actions led to the collapse of a cease-fire and the cut-off of direct talks with the U.S. (Read more)

- Father, give us strong leaders who know how to respond to these actions by Russia. We pray the cease fire and the direct talks will be renewed.

- "But when Cephas came to Antioch, I opposed him to his face, because he stood condemned." (Galatians 2:11)

9. Gen. Milley: Our Enemies 'Went to School on Us' And Will Test Us in The Future -

Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley delivered a stunning warning to America's potential enemies - including Russia, China and North Korea - declaring "we will beat you harder than you have ever been beaten before," reported. The stark message came at the Association of the United States Army's annual meeting in Washington, where Milley remarked that America's "strategic resolve" and "alliances" are being "tested in ways that we haven't faced in many, many decades."

"I want to be clear to those who wish to do us harm . . . the United States military - despite all of our challenges, despite our [operational] tempo, despite everything we have been doing - we will stop you and we will beat you harder than you have ever been beaten before," he declared. "Make no mistake about that."

Milley said while America rebuilds its military strength after a decade of combat in Iraq and Afghanistan, Russia, China and North Korea "went to school on us." "They studied our doctrine, our tactics, our equipment, our organization, our training, our leadership," he said. "And, in turn, they revised their own doctrines, and they are rapidly modernizing their military today to avoid our strengths in hopes of defeating us at some point in the future."

(Read more)

- Father God, thank You for this general's strong words of warning to our enemies. May we each take heed and pray accordingly, in Your name, amen.

- " . . . pray without ceasing . . . " (I Thess. 5:17)

The Daily Jot

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Stealing elections

The whole idea behind voter identification at the polls is so that one person, one vote can be administrated. Without an identification-proof of who you are and where you live-elections can be stolen. There are reports in Virginia (Democratic VP Tim Kaine's home state) of over 1,000 illegal registrations and similar reports in Philadelphia and Ohio. According to Election Data Services, there are approximately 186,000 precincts in the US. In a close election, depending on the state's electoral college, a swing of 10 votes a precinct could dictate the outcome of a presidential election. But swaying an election illegally is based on tried and true practices more than relying on illegal immigrant registration.

In most states, all you have to do to vote is come in and say your name and verify your address. The clerk checks off your name on the voter registration rolls for that precinct. Once the name is checked off, no one can vote using your name and address. This is easily overcome. Both parties have poll watchers at the polls. Both parties continuously check on who has voted, especially those who are registered for their respective party. Near the end of the day, they have lists of who hasn't voted and an organized precinct chairman will make sure a call goes out to those on the list and remind them that they haven't voted and that their vote is needed. Sometimes rides are coordinated to deliver these folks to the polls.

There have been local, state, and even national legislative initiatives to clean up the voter rolls-that is, remove those who have died from the voter registration rolls. The Democrats have long opposed these efforts using the argument that it disenfranchises voters who may not be dead or people of color that elections boards may remove on purpose. As the polls are about to close, party precinct chairmen who know who has died, but remains on the voter registration rolls, round up people to stand in and vote for the dead people. This is why voter identification is so important. This practice is infamous in Chicago where the Democrats steal elections year after year. It occurs in other places, too.

Add into the mix the illegals who are registered to vote when obtaining a drivers license. These people can be bussed to the polls and paid to pull the lever for the right person. Because they can't read, they are allowed someone to assist them (who usually can verify that they voted for the right person). Also be mindful of electronic voting as these machines can be programed to sway an election. When they are caught, the error is blamed on the need for "recalibration." I'll say. This is why it is so important for Christians to register and vote. That is how we overcome what is stacked against us because as 2 Timothy 3:13 says, "Evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse, deceiving and being deceived."

Have a Blessed and Powerful Day!

Bill Wilson

More About that Debate

More About that Debate:

5 Articles of Interest

1. Pence edges Kaine in VP debate instant poll - CNN

Mike Pence scored a narrow win over Tim Kaine in the vice presidential debate Tuesday night, according to a CNN/ORC instant poll, with 48% of voters who watched the debate saying Pence did the better job while 42% think Kaine had the best night.

With two relatively unknown politicians taking the stage, those watching seemed more impressed by Pence than Kaine. About two-thirds of debate-watchers said Pence's performance was better than they expected, just 14% said he did worse than they thought he would. Reviews of Kaine tilted toward the negative, with 43% saying he did worse than they expected and 38% saying he outperformed their expectations. (Read more)

2. 6 Moments That Mattered in the VP Debate - ABC News

The vice presidential contenders -- Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine and Indiana Gov. Mike Pence -- were the stars of the evening as they made their cases for their respective running mates. Here are some of the highlights of the evening's event.

Right out the gate, Kaine introduced a line that he seemed to have been working on during his days of debate prep.

"On the economy, there's a fundamental choice for the American electorate," Kaine said. "Do you want a you're hired president in Hillary Clinton or a you're fired president in Donald Trump."

Kaine continued, saying, "that's not such a hard choice" and explaining what he called their "hired plan."

Pence pounced on the line calling it "pre-done." (Read more)

3. Kaine 'The Interrupter' Hit For Debate Demeanor - Fox News

In a presidential race where Hillary Clinton has sought to disqualify Donald Trump over his "temperament," running mate Tim Kaine is facing mounting fallout over his own demeanor at Tuesday night's first-and-only VP debate - where the Virginia senator frequently interrupted not only Mike Pence but the moderator.

Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway, speaking Wednesday morning on "Fox & Friends," pointedly called out Kaine for the interruptions and even suggested his treatment of moderator Elaine Quijano undercuts the campaign's appeal to women voters.

"He interrupted 72 times," she said. "It doesn't play well on TV . . . and frankly, the ignoring of the female moderator was really a low point." (Read more)

4. Kaine and Able - Family Research Council

After last night's vice presidential debate, there has to be at least one person who's relieved there isn't a second: Hillary Clinton. From start to finish, Governor Mike Pence (R-Ind.), long considered the stable, thoughtful anchor of the GOP ticket, was in command -- calmly beating back a worked-up, over-rehearsed Senator Tim Kaine (D-Va.). (Read more)

5. Pence Prevails - Gary Bauer

Gov. Mike Pence won last night's vice presidential debate hands down!

Instant polls confirmed that voters at home thought Pence won. A focus group revealed that independent voters really connected with Gov. Pence. His strong performance undoubtedly reassured many that the Trump/Pence ticket is ready to lead and ready to make America great again.

While Governor Pence was calm and collected, Senator Tim Kaine turned into "Mr. Buttinsky," interrupting more than 70 times in 90 minutes. One focus group observer, a likely Clinton supporter, said that Kaine "came across as a jerk."

What got less attention is how often the moderator, Elaine Quijano of CBS News, interrupted Pence. Like Lester Holt, Quijano asked Pence eight pointed questions and only one of Tim Kaine. And when Pence started making strong points about Hillary's email server or the Clinton Foundation, Quijano jumped in and talked over him.

Nonetheless, Pence still prevailed. (Excerpt)

- We can't ignore the impact that the next vice-president will have on this country. Pray that voters consider the person that will be second in line to the presidency, and cast their ballots with wisdom.

- "Whoever walks in integrity walks securely, but whoever takes crooked paths will be found out." (Prov. 10:9)

[Prayer offered by Intercessors for America]

Jesus Speaks to the Storm

Update! Hurricane Matthew

"Even the wind and the waves obey Him!" (Matthew 8:27)

As we gaze upon the map at the top of this page, we are praising God that He has heard our intercession over Hurricane Matthew, so that, after it passes by Florida and South Carolina, it is now due to veer sharply to the right and head directly out to sea!

> > > However, some of the latest models are also now showing that, once out to sea, this storm may very well circle back, hitting land once again.
Tonight, we say NO in the name of Jesus!
We continue to lift up the millions in both states who are now fleeing the path of this monster storm, and we ask our merciful God to help each one make it to safety. May His grace rest upon these souls, too, when they make their way back home after the storm has passed, to repair and to recover from its anticipated devastation.
In the meantime, we do shout HALLELUJAH that, yes, "Even the wind and the waves obey Him!", according to Matthew 8:27, and that "the effectual, fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much!", according to James 5:17.
Thank you all for standing in faith and in repentance, believing that Hurricane Matthew will go out to sea, and that our God will keep all who are evacuating its path, SAFE, in the shelter of His wings. Amen!

The Election: Thoughts from the Founders

The Election: Thoughts from the Founders

Thomas Jefferson, 1743-1826

(Third President of the United States)

Should things go wrong at any time, the people will set them to rights by the peaceable exercise of their elective rights.

[Thomas Jefferson, The Works of Thomas Jefferson, Paul Leicester Ford, ed. (New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1905), Vol. 10, p. 245.]

More Daily Features

The Persecuted Church

Chinese government seeks to control the Church with 26 new laws

This week is the last chance Chinese Christians have to tell their government what they think of its latest religion law. They have an awful lot to comment on.

China released a draft of new religious restrictions in September, including the prohibition of online religious services, running religious events in schools, and organizing people to leave the country to attend religious training or conferences.

The State Administration for Religious Affairs (SARA) then opened up a one-month window for responses to the 26 new rules in its Regulations on Religious Affairs. The final day for public response is Friday, October 7.

The draft law opens with the assurance that all Chinese citizens are free to believe whatever they want and to engage in religious activity-as long as it's within the tighter limits. One Chinese religious policy expert, who asked to remain anonymous, summed up some of what the regulations include. (Christianity Today) Read more.

Classic Hymns:


"Let us draw near to God with a sincere heart in full assurance of faith." (Hebrews 10:21-22)


Bless├Ęd assurance, Jesus is mine! O what a foretaste of glory divine! Heir of salvation, purchase of God, Born of His Spirit, washed in His blood.


This is my story, this is my song, Praising my Savior, all the day long; This is my story, this is my song, Praising my Savior, all the day long.

Perfect submission, perfect delight, Visions of rapture now burst on my sight; Angels descending bring from above Echoes of mercy, whispers of love.


Perfect submission, all is at rest I in my Savior am happy and blest, Watching and waiting, looking above, Filled with His goodness, lost in His love.



Please go here.

About the Author:

Words: Fanny Crosby, 1873

Music: Phoe­be P. Knapp

About the hymn:

My friend, Mrs. Jo­seph F. Knapp, com­posed a mel­o­dy and played it over to me two or three times on the pi­a­no. She then asked what it said. I re­plied, "Bles­sed as­sur­ance, Je­sus is mine!" - Fanny Crosby

This hymn was sung in the Acad­e­my Award win­ning mo­vies Plac­es in the Heart (1984) and Trip to Bount­i­ful (1985).

Signs and Wonders

Toddler Recorded On Camera Prophesying The Coming Of JESUS.

At midnight, hours before the video was taken, this Toddler named Lily woke her parents up. She was saying, with urgency, "Something's coming! Something's coming!"

Her mother was in deep curiosity and asked her child 'What?'. And Lily responded "The King!"

Watch the full video below.

(Source: I'm So Blessed Daily) Read more here.
"And it shall come to pass afterward. That I will pour out My Spirit upon all flesh; and your sons and daughters shall prophesy, your old men shall dream dreams, your young men shall see visions."
(Joel 2:28)

"But at midnight there was a shout, 'Behold, the bridegroom! Come out to meet him.' (Matthew 25:6)

The Good News Corner

Thousands of Bibles Will Show Up in Public Schools Soon and It's Completely Legal

The purpose is to empower students to express their faith in a respectful way that shows the love of Christ.

(Washington, DC)-[CBN News] Since the 1962 landmark Supreme Court decision to remove prayer from public schools, Christians have fought to regain ground lost to political correctness.

More than 50 years after the ban on government endorsed prayer in school, one ministry is hoping to revisit the discussion by bringing the Bible back to schoolyards across America.

This Thursday, more than 300,000 students will let their light shine on their local campus though an initiative called "Bring Your Bible to School Day," backed by Focus on the Family and Alliance Defending Freedom.

The one-day event is completely student directed, meaning Christian youth groups lead the activities.

Focus on the Family says the purpose is to empower students to express their faith in a respectful way that shows the love of Christ.

In this season where religious freedom is a hotly debated topic, parents and participating students are encouraged to know their legal rights. Though there may be some negative reaction to witnessing on school grounds, they say bringing your Bible to school is a way of celebrating faith and religious freedom at the same time.

Students who voluntarily join this movement are encouraged to be a "voice of hope" while also respecting authority.

Focus on the Family points to young Biblical leaders such as Daniel, Esther and Timothy who changed their culture by "taking a courageous stand for their belief in God." (Breaking Christian News) Read more here.

Today's Worship:

"Cleft of the Rock" - Carolyn Hyde
Worship Him together . . . here . . .

Election 2016: Prayer Resources

Election 2016: Prayer Resources

"Choose some wise, understanding and respected men from each of your tribes, and I will set them over you." (Deuteronomy 1:13)

> > > Please find below the Election Prayer Resources that have been recently added to our list. To view the archive section, go here.

To view our recently archived articles, go here.

To view the most recently archived resources, go here.

You can review our "Election 2016 Special Edition" by going here, published on Sept. 24, 2016.

Join Our Prayer Canopy!

Join Our Prayer Canopy!

"So the nations will fear the name of the Lord
And all the kings of the earth Your glory."
(Psalm 102:15)

God is using His people to build a Canopy of Prayer across our nation, to stand in the gap before His Throne of Grace in repentance for our personal and national sins; and to pray against all enemies, foreign and domestic.

We meet at 7:00 p.m. EDT, Monday through Friday, in an "open forum." We have no set agenda, but to seek Him daily for the burdens of His heart, and to pray them through . . .
All are welcome to join us in this exciting new venture!
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You can learn more about the history of Capitol Hill Prayer Partners, as well as how Abba has now birthed our Prayer Canopy, by going here.



A Canopy of Worship!

Join us every Saturday evening at 9:00 p.m. as we end our week
by lifting our voices unto Him in song!

All are welcome . . . including everyone!

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"Make a joyful shout to the Lord, all you lands!

Serve the Lord with gladness; Come before His presence with singing.

Know that the Lord, He is God;
It is He who has made us, and not we ourselves;
We are His people and the sheep of His pasture.

Enter into His gates with thanksgiving,
And into His courts with praise.
Be thankful to Him, and bless His name.

For the Lord is good;
His mercy is everlasting,
And His truth endures to all generations."
(Psalm 100)