There must be many reasons why God uses music and singing so extensively in believers’ lives. Two reasons that readily connect to Scripture engagement are that singing can be a form of Scripture meditation and that singing can help us to memorize Scripture.
One of the most powerful aspects of singing is that it connects with both your thoughts and emotions. Your relationship with God is about having the correct beliefs and thoughts about him and also about having a strong emotional connection with him, leading you to a life of obedient love. In other words, you use your head (thinking), your heart (emotions), and your hands (actions) in your relationship with God. Leaving out any one of these three aspects can lead to a shallow, unsatisfying, and potentially weak relationship with God. Singing the truths in the Bible can enhance your experience with God through his Word both emotionally and cognitively.
Singing Scriptures can deepen your thinking about God by helping you meditate on God’s truth. As you sing a passage of Scripture, you’re praying the passage. The more often you sing/pray a passage, the more you’ll understand the passage and will be changed by that understanding of God’s Word. Singing can help you in your thinking about God’s Word as well as enhance your dwelling on God’s truth.
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