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Sing to God a thanksgiving hymn, play music on your instruments to God ... Psalm 147:7 (MSG)

When you express your love for God, it's called worship. One way you can express your love is by singing to him, and during the Christmas season, there are more opportunities to praise God in song than any other time of the year.

Did you know that more songs have been written about Jesus Christ than any other topic in the world? Christianity is a singing faith because it's not about religion. It's about a love affair. It's about a relationship with God. He loves you so much that He sent His Son as a baby in a manger.

Nothing will make you more aware of God's love and God's presence in your life than singing His praises. You may be thinking, 'But you don't understand. I can't sing.'

But the Bible says, "Make a joyful noise." You can do that! You don't have to be a perfect singer to make a joyful noise.

Since you can sing anywhere, you can express your love of God anywhere. That means you can worship in the shower. You can worship in your backyard mowing the lawn. You can worship washing dishes. You can worship driving to work.

This Christmas season tell God you love him by singing to Him. If you really think about what God has done in your life, you won't be able to help yourself - a song will just burst out of you.


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