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Camp is not the grand finale of the school year, it's just the beginning of what God wants to do in and through your life. Our prayer is that this year God puts a "new song" in your mouth and gives you a new persepctive for who He is and what He is doing.

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Introduction

Recently, I was a part of a group that went on a mission trip to Tampa Bay, Florida. We worked with a great church. Helped the homeless. And prepared a room for a woman getting out of the sex trafficking industry. In between projects, we checked out the Tampa radio stations. Our dilemma was no aux cord. And no bluetooth access. #Firstworldproblems. On that trip I heard Ed Sheehan’s new song. And I kinda liked the catchiness of it. Not necessarily the lyrics. But after about day 4, I remembered why I don’t like the radio. This new song quickly become an old song. The radio had ruined it by playing it 15 times a day.

Connect to Audience

I have no doubt that you can think of a new song that has quickly become an old song. It’s easy for everyone in this room to connect in that regard. But, what if this was a metaphor for our life, for our walk with God, for the way we saw things? What if we were people who asked God to take the old song out of our mouth and to give us a new song?

Connect to Scripture

In , we see David writing a journal entry that reflects this illustration. He talks about being in a bad place in life. Maybe that was a bad place emotionally. Maybe it was physically. Maybe it was spiritually. The key is that God took away his “old song” and put a “new song” in his mouth.
Lets read the passage .
Lets read the passage .
David identified some issues that we can relate to:
He was impatient.
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