40 Songs for 40 Days – Day 2

Please see the March 5, 2014 Ash Wednesday post for the introduction to this series.

Note: In many churches alleluias are not sung until after Lent due to the solemn  nature of this time in the church year. If you are of that opinion this song could be sung with a change of title and lyrics to “Thanks be to Jesus” where “Shout Hallelujah!” is written.

FSFD002 Song Title: Shout Hallelujah! – Psalm 22:22-24 (If you do not have a Bible handy you can go to BibleGateway.com to read this passage.)

Shout hallelujah! Give glory and adore Him.

Never lets us down. Never looks away.

Shout hallelujah! Give glory and adore Him.

Always here for us. With us everyday.

Shout hallelujah! Give glory and adore Him.

Shout hallelujah! Shout hallelujah!

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About Bonita B. Evans

Since I was young I have felt God's presence in my life. I have been singing Christian music since I was a small child. Reading and studying the Bible have become more and more important in my life. In 2008, songs started coming into my head when reading, driving and also sleeping, so I decided to write them down and share them. For Christmas 2008, I recorded a ten song CD for my family and friends. For Advent 2009, I shared the first version of "A Flame in My Heart" with my church, family and friends. In 2011, I created and shared in this blog "40 Songs for 40 Days" for Lent. For Advent 2011 and 2012 I posted revised versions of "A Flame in My Heart". For Lent 2013 I reposted "40 Songs for 40 Days". I am not sure why this has all happened but I consider it to be a gift from God.
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2 Responses to 40 Songs for 40 Days – Day 2

  1. Dorey says:

    From the Life Application Study Bible: In reference to Psalm 22:22…”David would praise God among the people because his private deliverance deserved a public testimony. God may wonderfully deliver us in the quiet moments when we are hurting, and we must be prepared to offer public praise for his care.”

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