The song of victory

Psalm 22 v30-31 NIV

30 Posterity will serve him;
future generations will be told about the Lord.

31 They will proclaim his righteousness
to a people yet unborn—
for he has done it.

Amen! Though this may be just one more step down the road of the long defeat, yet it is but a deep and profound note in the song of victory.

For, He has done it!

The Lamb reigns.

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One Response to The song of victory

  1. white rabbit says:

    The Lamb indeed reigns but should we be signing a song of victory when a lament seems more appropriate? “Do you recall what was revealed the day the music died? We started singng……..”
    In the Bible God told Moses in Deuteronomy, chapter 31, to write a song. The song that Moses wrote, is recorded in Deuteronomy 32, and is commonly known as, ‘the Song of Moses.’ Since Moses only wrote it under God’s instructions, it wasn’t really Moses’ song; the song truly belongs to God and should have been called ‘God’s song.
    Deut. 31:16: And the LORD said unto Moses, Behold, thou shalt sleep with thy fathers; and this people will rise up, and go a whoring after the gods of the strangers of the land, whither they go to be among them, and will forsake me, and break my covenant which I have made with them.

    21: And it shall come to pass, when many evils and troubles are befallen them, that THIS SONG shall testify against them as a witness;

    29: For I know that after my death ye will utterly corrupt yourselves, and turn aside from the way which I have commanded you; and evil will befall you in the latter days.

    Notice in this prophecy, that God did not say, ‘a prophet would testify against them’ he did not say ‘the hand writing would be on the wall,’ He said that a ‘song would testify against the descendants of Israel, in the latter days.’

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