Make A Joyful Noise!

You are reading a Five Minute Friday word prompt. This is hosted by Kate Motaung and is where a group of people write about a given word for that week. This week the word is “sing”. // marks what I wrote in 5 minutes.

//Singing is in all of us – wether we can sing or not! And all of us at one point will have an urge inside to get out what goes around in our heads – whether it’s humming a simple tune, or pelting it out at full force in the shower!

I use to sing quite a bit when I was younger – in school choirs and church choirs – and wasn’t that bad. I could even reach the top notes back in the day. I struggle now though and you would probably laugh at me for trying (I laugh at me for trying), but that doesn’t stop me from singing when I want to! //

Singing is a great way of increasing our well-being. We breath better because of the amount of oxygen we take in. The more oxygen we take in getting to our brains, it makes us more alert. Singing also helps us with facial exercises because of the expressions that we make when we sing – some people obviously get more exercise that others!

Singing has so many more benefits – mentally and emotionally as well as physically. Focussing on the words that we sing, especially emotional songs with meaningful words, helps to soften even the hardest of hearts. Singing is also very Spiritual and what better way to use your voice, whether you can sing or not, than by using it for God. However we sing, if we are singing for God it is music to His ears. Make a joyful noise it often says in the Psalms. A JOYFUL NOISE!!


So why not try and let out some of those songs that you have been keeping inside of yourself today. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain with the benefits of singing. Don’t worry about whether you can sing or not. Just because you can’t sing doesn’t mean to say that you don’t sing!!


10 thoughts on “Make A Joyful Noise!”

  1. I totally agree, singing has so many benefits. It’s good for you physically and a great for expressing ourselves. Especially when we’re singing to God, it’s not so much about the quality of our voice but expressing our joy as we praise him. Your FMF neighbour at #13.

  2. I always feel connected to Him the most when I freely lift my voice in praise… it brings down walls that might be there, reconnects me to His steadfast joy. So glad I got to visit today from the #fmf and #38! Blessings!!!

  3. i love it. I’m sitting here reading this while my oldest daughter is singing and humming a praise and worship song she heard on the radio earlier today! ?

    Glad we were neighbors today!

    1. That’s great to hear that. It’s lovely when we take the time to stop and listen to our own children when they are freely singing like this. Thank you for stopping by.

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