Meaning of “singing” in Psalm 100:2 (renanah)

Serve the LORD with gladness! Come into his presence with singing!—Psalm 100:2 The Hebrew word for “singing” in Psalm 100:2 is renanah, which could mean: a ringing cry (Strong’s Concordance)joyful voice, singing, triumphing (Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance)to exclaim the victoryjoyful songs (NIV)singing with joy (NLT)rejoicing (NASB)to exclaim the victory (Worship Words)joyful voice (“Pure Praise (Revised): A Heart-Focused Bible Study on Worship” By Dwayne Moore)shout of joy, i.e.,… Read the rest

Luke 6:45

Watching what you say We’ve all heard phrases like this in the Bible, “For the mouth speaks what the heart is full of.” It’s a great reminder that our words actually DO represent who we are inside. Oftentimes people will say mean or nasty things to someone under the guise of a “joke.”… Read the rest