Singing with Inspiration – Lesson 7
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The lesson title immediately brought to mind Hymn 537, “He Leadeth Me”.

The Memory Text in 1 Peter 5:7 gives us instructions just as much as does Hymn 181 “Does Jesus Care?” which first questions us, then answers our questions of the Saviour’s love and care for us.

1 Tim 5:17 speaks of leadership in Sunday’s lesson encouraging our elders to rule well with their wonderful leadership skills, with the flock then being fed well by their shepherd in 1 Peter 5:2: Hymn 192 “O Shepherd Divine” or in Hymn 545 “Savior Like a Shepherd”.

There are many beautiful hymns in our hymnal that reflect on the work and care of The Shepherd:

Hymn 55       “Jesus, Tender Shepherd, Hear Me”
Hymn 104     “My Shepherd Will Supply My Need”
Hymn 361     “Hark! ;Tis the Shepherd’s Voice I Hear”
Hymn 552     “The Lord’s My Shepherd”
and Hymn 546 with an alternative melody

1 Peter 5:5-7 instructs us to be humble (Wednesday’s lesson) in our service for The Lord as does Hymn 363 “Lord, Whose Love in Humble Service”.

1 Peter 5:8-10 talks of the devil going about as a roaring lion and causing grief for those who love and obey The Lord, so may I leave you with the encouragement of the wonderful Hymn 99, “God Will Take Care of You”.

Amen!(9)
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About Corinne Knopper

Coming from a musical family, Corinne developed an interest in church music at an early age in New Zealand. In 1976 she came to Australia where she developed her interest in playing the trumpet and cornet. She played in the Avondale Brass Band for many years. She also played in the Waratah Brass, The Australian National Brass Band Champions. During this time she has also taught trumpet and cornet. She has also combined her music skills with computing to produce brass band scores. Currently Corinne works in the Avondale College Admissions Office. Her love of music and her interest in Bible study gives her a unique insight into music that expands our appreciation of the lesson.

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