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Now let me sing to my Well-beloved a song of my Beloved regarding His vineyard: My Well-beloved has a vineyard on a very fruitful hill. Isaiah 5.1

Isaiah, the most enlightened prophet in Scripture, according to most theologians, says that he would sing to His beloved. This opportunity to bless the Creator is given to those who love Him and are grateful for His blessings (Psalms 150.1,2). Those who know that God has helped them, but don’t give Him due praise, are very wrong. Now, when this person needs something, will they like to see that nothing will be given to them?

The son of Amoz declared that he would sing the song of His beloved, and not an isolated song, without the inspiration of the Spirit of God, which would never be received as thanksgiving for the gifts obtained. That which comes from man is of no value to the Most High. However, when He inspires us, the praise comes out in high notes, like a song coming from one who has been instructed by God as to the words, melody, and harmony. There must be divine knowledge in our accomplishments (Psalms 45.1)!

This song concerned Jesus’ vineyard, His Church. The Master told Peter that He would build it: And I also say to you that you are Peter, and on this rock I will build My church, and the gates of Hades shall not prevail against it (Matthew 16.18). The Lord’s vineyard was special, made by Him to show mankind how much it is loved. His Church has an essential role in people’s future!

Isaiah stated, 700 years before the birth of Jesus, that the Savior’s vineyard would have a holy and powerful mission. The creation of the Church was planned from the beginning, with the nation of Israel being responsible in presenting God’s love to the world (Exodus 19.5,6). However, the Israelites only desired to have material blessings and remain isolated. Jesus’ church is His vineyard (Matthew 20.1-16).

To the prophet, the vineyard of the Beloved was established on a fertile hill, on a prominent spiritual level. There, it would stay out of the enemy’s actions and would be able to exist to fulfill the Lord’s plan. This place was ideal to bring the knowledge of the Most High to the people. However, it did not understand it’s mission. The Israelites only thought about themselves (Jeremiah 16.12). Be vigilant!

Isaiah’s song is about people who seek to exalt the Lord for their lives and for what He does for them. The praise expected by God can never be dedicated by those who are wise in human chords, but in those of the Holy Spirit. Not even scholars in the art of songwriting can elaborate something that is accepted by the Most High, but only those who submit to Him.

All our praise must come from the Lord in the great congregation. Being sung by those who have the Holy Spirit, such singing speaks louder to hearts than the most beautiful secular songs, even if it is not made as the music school teaches. The music that comes from God pleases Him: I do not receive honor from men  (John 5.41).

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares

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Lord of the vineyard! We must be like Isaiah. He said that He would sing to His Beloved the song of His beloved over the Church. You were teaching us through this servant of Yours how to give You true praise. We need to learn the melody of Your heart!

Your Church received us after we were saved, when we were taken out of darkness and transported into Your Kingdom. The most beautiful song will be sung by the Christians used to rescue from the fire those condemned to perdition!

We want to exalt Your holy Name, speaking of what Your Church is on this Earth. The sound message of the Gospel will lead us to take the sweetest and most precious positions in the spiritual world. To You we give glory and praise for everything!


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