Tag Archives: worship

“What does it mean?”

If you seek emotional / spiritual experiences that God hasn’t told you to seek, Satan will gladly provide one for you. Continue reading

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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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Psalm 45, “Greatly Desire Thy Beauty,” and Marital Intimacy

We must recognise that pleasure is not its own purpose — rather, pleasure is given to accomplish several purposes. Continue reading

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Misusing Matthew 22:21: “Render Unto Caesar”

As so often, when you ask the Lord a question, the answer turns out to be a claim on your life. Continue reading

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Worship, Dancing, and Psalm 149

If this Psalm is about what we do at church, we’ll need to make some changes! Beds, weapons, executions, chains, WOW! Better than the movies! Continue reading

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Misused Reasons to Abandon Christmas — #3 “God Didn’t Command It”

But the Feast of Dedication was acceptable to Christ, so the celebration of His Incarnation is acceptable for His followers. Continue reading

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Good Intentions — How Far Do They Take Us?

Good intentions? They matter, because they allow us to pray, “The good Lord pardon every one that prepareth his heart to seek God….” Continue reading

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