If so, you might like to consider Psalm 136! I’m excited to share three simple and fun ways to enjoy reading this Psalm with your family this Thanksgiving.
THREE WAYS TO ENJOY READING PSALM 136
1. One Lead Reader:
Choose a lead reader. Have the lead reader read the first part of each verse in Psalm 136. Have the rest of your family say the last phrase of each verse together: “His mercy endureth forever.”
2. Multiple Lead Readers:
Choose a different lead reader to read the first part of each consecutive verse. Have the rest of your family say the last phrase of each verse together.
3. Stand Up and Sit Down!
Following the directions of either #1 or #2 above, have everyone stand up to say the second phrase after the leader reads the first phrase!
Then have everyone sit down again before the leader reads the first phrase of the next verse. Continue doing this for the rest of the Psalm.
This can be especially fun for children, as well as great exercise for all!
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