* "The Lord's My Shepherd ...."

The children of the All of Grace Protestant Reformed Fellowship have learned and love to sing Psalter #53.  Here is a short video clip of two of them singing it voluntarily: Jose and Rochelle.

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"From lips of children, Thou, O Lord

Hast mighty strength ordained, ..."

[Psalm 8 in Psalter #14]

12 comments:

  1. God is good.... here is reward for all your work.

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  2. Such beautiful singing - thanks, Jose and Rochelle!

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  3. Wonderful! God be praised for His work in the hearts of His little ones!

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  4. Wow, that was great to hear. I love hearing the familier words with the different accent! It reminds us of how universal the church is!

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  5. Psalm 149:2: "... let the children of Zion be joyful in their King." [and in their Good Shepherd!]

    When the children of the covenant confess Christ -- in their singing, in their prayers, in their daily speech, in their lives -- our hearts swell with joy!

    Thank you for sharing!

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  6. Precious, what a great way to end my day! I enjoy these glimpses into your lives and work; also serves to bring the mission work frequently in our minds and prayers. Thank you!

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  7. Since a number of you are anonymous, a general thanks to all for your comments! Appreciate your interest and words of encouragement. Rev. & Sharon.

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  8. Rev. Kleyn,
    Nicely done. I remember with fondness the children and young people of AGPRF. Looking forward to your presentation in the states soon, and praying for safe travels for you and Sharon.
    Perry VE

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  9. nice video! God bless our children

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  10. Rev. Huizinga gave a great sermon on Sunday with several references to the Lord's work in the Philippines and our responsibility to spread the gospel to all nations http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=52912132463

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  11. Soli Deo Gloria. They are Kids when i was there.Indeed the Sovereign God regenerate and touch the hearts of children

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