Sing to the Lord a New Song – A Christian Poem For Lent

“Oh sing to the LORD a new song;
sing to the LORD, all the earth!
Sing to the LORD, bless his name;
tell his salvation from day to day.”

Psalm 96:1-2

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Sing to the Lord a New Song – A Christian Poem For Lent

“Sing to the LORD a new song”
that radiates from the mountaintops
and opens the eyes of this blind generation.

“Sing to the LORD a new song”
that paves a path for righteousness
and provides a beacon for those who walk in darkness.

“Sing to the LORD a new song”
that emulates his steadfast love
and makes unbelievers question this power.

“Sing to the LORD a new song”
that helps the weak and lame to their feet
and gives the poor a hope unfazed by circumstance.

“Sing to the LORD a new song”
that sings loud enough for mute ears to hear
and warm enough for frozen hearts to thaw.

“Sing to the LORD a new song”
that sends rivers flowing into the desert
and sends seeds sprouting in barren lands.

“Sing to the LORD a new song”
that echos melodies of the Son of Man
and strums chords that reverberate with compassion.

“Sing to the LORD a new song”
that welcomes the humble and meek
and breaks the proud and haughty.

“Sing to the LORD a new song”
as a divine revelation for all the world to see
the beauty of his face.

-Poem Written by Justin Farley

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photo credit: Jus’ singing my heart out . . via photopin (license)

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3 thoughts on “Sing to the Lord a New Song – A Christian Poem For Lent

  1. This reminded me of the wedding feast of the Lamb in the book of Revelations… you’re so filled with the spirit, it flows like a river to delight fellow believers in Christ, beautifully written as always.

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