“The songsters of God enliven the surrounds of God.
The songsters of God bring the voice of man to dominance in the home of God,
in the company of the loved and loving,
in the presence of the multitudes attentive with both ears,
in the accompaniment of the chosen who play the fingerings in harmony,
in the gathering of the saints where reigns both praise and worship.
The songsters of God are assiduous in practice,
are perfect in renditions,
are conscious of their contributions,
are the presenters of the fare as laid upon the altar of The Lamb.
The songsters of God are not caught out with echoes,
are not found wanting in their words,
are not found to be upset by a tonal slip.
The songsters of God carry much within their spirits,
more within their souls,
even more so in the lyrics which cascade from the lips.
The songsters of God have an extensive repertoire,
can match selections to occasions,
can lead the saints in song.
The songsters of God know the psalms of David,
are to encounter the psalms of God.
The songsters of God know not the tunes of David,
are to encounter the tunes of God.
The songsters of God are a speciality of the house of God.
The songsters of God are vibrant in their approach,
are clear in their enunciation,
are in unison of purpose:
to give voice as the sentinels of praise and worship.
The songsters of God know the hymnals of the past,
the hymnals of the present,
await the hymnals still to be.
The songsters of God constrain themselves from laughter,
restrain themselves from signs of excessive joy,
present themselves with a smile upon their faces,
as they witness and observe the countenances of all who stand to sing,
of all who praise melodiously,
of all who worship in their sox and boots,
of all who would partake willingly—
in the love-strokes of the Lord.
The songsters of God overflow with enthusiasm,
walk the walk of jubilation,
search and find a close relationship with God.
The songsters of God are constant in their adoration,
are constant in their prayer life,
are constant in their reading,
are constant in their quest for knowledge bound in wisdom.
The songsters of God are dressed without embarrassments,
are garbed to honour God,
are presented not to be distractions in their callings from God.
The songsters of God are happy in their callings,
are fulfilled in their callings,
are excited for their callings,
are thankful for their callings.
The songsters of God are each filled with gratitude for all that God has done,
for all that God is doing,
for all that God has promised to fulfil.
The songsters of God are not hesitant in voicing,
are confident in where they stand,
are circumspect when approaching near the altar,
are end-time carriers of the fear of God.
The songsters of God promote the visitations of The Spirit.
The songsters of God promote the end-time sounds of prophecy.
The songsters of God promote the glory with the fire of God.
The songsters of God travel on request,
travel as a guest,
travel with the blessings of the best.
The songsters of God have recordings of endeavours,
have a showcase filled with testimonies of God,
have a far-flung audience who desire to see and hear,
have attentive audiences who desire to know more of that for which the songs prepare.
The songsters of God receive accolades of appreciation,
receive the approval of The Spirit,
receive the tendering of the ministry of God.
The songsters of God do not bow and scrape to man,
stand erect and bold before the throne of God—
with a psalm upon their lips.
The songsters of God carry joy within their hearts,
their spirits and their souls—
as the temples of The Living Loving God find rejoicing—
in the music of the dance.
The songsters of God are the vibrant prongs of God charged with leading the voyages to and for the stars of God.”