How was the entire musical portion of our worship service one Psalm?

Earlier this week, I posted ways pastors could incorporate Psalm singing in their worship services.  Those ways implemented in our church over the course of a few years, led to our unique service we had this past Sunday.  I am preaching through 2 Samuel and arrived at chapter 22, which is a Psalm of David and the same as Psalm 18.  One of our pastor with tremendous music gifts, took it upon himself to put Psalm 18 to familiar tunes (Hymns) for us to sing before hearing 2 Samuel 22 preached.  Here is the order of service:

Call to Worship    Colossians 3:15-17

Hymn Insert  Psalm 18:1-6

Hymn Insert Psalm 18:7-16

Scripture Reading  Psalm 18:16-26

Prayer of Confession

Hymn Insert   Psalm 18:27-35

Hymn Insert  Psalm 18:36-45

Sermon   2 Samuel 22

Closing Hymn Insert  Psalm 18:46-50

 

Here is the sheet music for the Psalms we did.

Here is our congregation singing the final hymn.

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