Nobody Was Given Preference

February 28, 2019: Psalms 91, 92; 1 Chronicles 23-25.

 

Learning a New Song

I practiced the lead line for the song, “Great Things” by Phil Wickam. We are introducing it on Sunday. I was confident I had it memorized. I’ll play on the introduction, verse, instrumental, and outro. (Or, so I thought!)

On the drive to practice, we listened to it. I realized the introduction had 3 different lead lines! (Yikes! I only learned 2!)

Before practice, Derek announced the bass player would be teaching in Mt. Pleasant. He asked Rachel to cover the low notes.

(Whew! I dodged a bullet. I didn’t practice the chords – just the lead lines.)

We played through it a few times. Derek decided it was empty without a guitar and bass. He instructed…

“Mom, I want you to play chords on the chorus and bridge. Play the lead lines with your right hand and “Pamela” with your left.” 

(“Pamela” steals the bass notes. lol)

No pressure. Yeah, right. It was rough. It’s “back to the drawing board…er, keyboard”…for me!

 

King David’s Worship Team

 

1 Chronicles 24:31, “They also cast lots…The families of the oldest and youngest brothers were treated the same.”

The Message

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1 Chronicles 25:8, “They drew names at random to see who would do what. Nobody, whether young or old, teacher or student, was given preference or advantage over another.”

The Message

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1 Chronicles 25:7, “They were well-trained in the sacred music, all of them masters….”

The Message

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