“Come, let us worship and bow down.Let us kneel before the Lord our maker” (Psalm 95:6).
Every worship service is an act of rebellion against the world.
If worship doesn’t seem radical to us, it’s because we’ve become anesthetized to its power. By our prayers and by our music and by the grand tradition handed down to us, by the ministry of the Word, by baptism and the Lord’s Supper, through fellowship and affirmation, by the creeds and by the choir, regardless of the setting and irrespective of style, every worship service ought to be a great object lesson to teach our people, “We are not like the world. This is who we are. This is why we exist. This is what we believe. This is how we live.”
June 12, 2016
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