God inspired it, and King David wrote it.  It’s a song of joy that would be sung by God’s people on their journey for feast times in Jerusalem.  It was a song of rejoicing, unity, and worship.  And honestly, it’s something we can embrace today as the Church.  “I was glad when they said unto me, let us go into the house of the Lord” (Psalm 122:1).  To me, it has even more meaning this week.  This Sunday we’ll have a service here at Berean, the first since the Sunday morning service back on March 15.  March 15 – two months ago.  I know not everyone will be able to come, and I certainly understand.  But for the first time in a long time, I’ll see more than 2 cars in the parking lot.  I’ll hear the murmur of voices talking before a service starts, not the dead quiet of an empty auditorium.  I’ll hear voices singing God’s praises together, not a CD playing some music.  I’ll give the message looking at faces, not a camera lens.  I’ll hear the rustling of pages being turned in Bibles, not just the slight crinkle of my notes being turned on the podium.  They’ll be actual fellowship.  Maybe 6 feet apart, but fellowship, nonetheless.  They’ll be “Hellos,” “Goodbyes,” and “See you next times.”  It won’t be as normal as it was, but it sure will be nice.  Don’t get me wrong; I’m glad we’ve been able to study together online – no complaint there.  And we’ll continue to reach out virtually.  But now, perhaps, we understand a little better how the Jews felt as they headed up to Jerusalem for the feasts.  This weekend, I’m with David!  This Sunday, I’m going to church!  And “I was glad when they said unto me, let us go into the house of the Lord”!