Praise the Lord with the harp; make music to him on the ten-stringed lyre. Psalm 33:2
Today we'll begin this month's topic on worship.
We'll discuss the origin and Biblical relevence of the harp as we learn to become instruments of worship. Join me today as we learn what God has to tell us about this soothing instrument.
After the show, drop by Heatherrandall.com/radio.html for this show's resources.
Links to today's resources (These are not affiliate links):
Books: The Instruments of the Bible by Dennis McCorkle
Awake O Harp: A Devotional Commentary on the Psalms by William Varner
Playing the name of God- This is incredibly cool!
The Return of Biblical Harps
House of Harrari
Marini Made Harps
Mighty to Save on the harp. I have goose bumps. Beautiful.
Song of Joy- this is on a Davidic harp like I am learning on.
The Musical Minute:
The picture to the left is of the rocking chair my dad made me.
It's one of the possessions I really treasure. Ask your child what things they own that have special memories tied to them. You might be surprised what they treasure.
Here is an adorable harp-themed craft you can make.
This would be super easy to duplicate with construction paper and a bit of yarn. Be creative.
Put on some music mommy and lead your little ones in worship. Let them make a joyful noise with the instruments on hand whether its a harmonica, a kazoo, or some pots and pans.
Here is a coloring page to print out and enjoy.
Can you memorize a scripture about the harp? Consider putting it to music.
Heather Randall, host of A Musing
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