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“WOW Worship” — Really?

What we like to hear and feel and think is placed on a throne, high and lifted up, and its train fills the temple. Continue reading

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John 6:44 — a New Version

The way I learned it: John 6:44 No man can come to me, except the Father which hath sent me draw him: The way some people talk today: 🙂 No man can come to me, except the popular modern music … Continue reading

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Shall We Clap?

When we worship together, if someone sings, preaches, gives, reads, or whatever, they do so unto the Lord. We would do best to avoid communicating that we in any way think we have the right to give approval for what they have done. If what they have done is done rightly, it isn’t done for us at all. Assenting to the truths they proclaim, yes, that is certainly our role. But we are NOT the audience. God is, and approval of their service belongs to Him alone.
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Gluten-Free Music — When Standards Clash

This post isn’t really about music, it is about love. If love is our guide, it will kill the so-called “worship wars” that many churches suffer. We can’t feed “spiritual gluten” to those who will be made ill by it, and if pastors and worship leaders push music on those who believe that music to be sin, they are themselves sinning, no matter who is right and who is wrong about the music in question.

“If we let love be our guide, all will be safe.”
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