But practicing is like acting it out and knowing the words are just symbolic of a mental exercise.
Real choirs “know” the intent of the song, its power, its emotion, its purpose for being written. A choir of such maturity understands that it is their job to convey the power of the message through music and words, a power that they have identified somewhere in their own life.
This is another wonderful reminder that if we want to be part of a heavenly choir, singing this song, lets walk with Jesus and experience these great and wonderful deeds we will be singing about.
“Great and wonderful are thy deeds,
O Lord God the Almighty!
Just and true are thy ways,
O King of the ages!
Who shall not fear and glorify thy name, O Lord?
For thou alone art holy.
All nations shall come and worship thee,
for thy judgments have been revealed.”