This blog is devoted to one of the greatest of the16th-century psalters, compiled over several decades, beginning in 1539 in Strassbourg and completed in 1562 in Geneva, where it became the principal liturgical book among the Reformed Christians. This is part of a larger website devoted to The Genevan Psalter, hosted by Redeemer University College.
Today our church, Central Presbyterian Church in Hamilton, observed the 450th anniversary of the Scottish Reformation with a special worship service. Our minister, Dr. Clyde Ervine, preached on Ezekiel 34:1-13a and Romans 10:6-17. The choir sang this wonderful version of Psalm 46 set to the Anglican chant version of Ein' Feste Burg:
Two psalms, 27 and 103, were sung from the Scottish Psalter of 1650, whose version of Psalm 46 follows below:
Praise God for John Calvin, John Knox and other Reformers, who worked so tirelessly and fearlessly for the sake of the gospel.