• Invading the Human Soul

    Spend some quiet time in worship, asking God to set your heart aflame with His divine fire.Read More

  • Surveying the Crisis of Worship

    Do you find worship boring and irrelevant? If so, pray for a renewed sense of God’s presence.Read More

  • How to Worship

    John 4:1–45

    Do you find Sunday morning worship to be a delight or dull and dreary? Do you spend the service thinking about all the things you could be doing if you were not at church? Take time today to repent for ...Read More

  • Expository Preaching

    Nehemiah 8:1–8

    Preaching can be a lonely and intimidating task. If you have a preacher who is faithful to Scripture as he preaches, make sure you take the time to thank him for feeding you the Word of God. Moreover, as we ...Read More

  • The Form of Worship

    1 Corinthians 14:26–40

    Take some time today to consider the liturgy used in your own church. Have its different elements become meaningless to you, things you do without consideration? Or, do you take care to contemplate the significance of the words you speak ...Read More

  • The Touch of Worship

    Acts 6:1–7

    Paul exhorts us to “greet one another with a holy kiss” (Rom. 16:16). The way in which we can appropriately convey the love of God physically differs from culture to culture. But whether it is a handshake, hug, or kiss, ...Read More

  • The Taste of Worship

    Psalm 34

    God has graciously given us many different foods, and every time we taste something we should remember the goodness of the Lord and His marvelous provision of our basic sustenance. When we celebrate the Lord’s Supper as a church family, ...Read More

  • The Sound of Worship

    Psalm 150

    Paul confesses the depth of God’s ways when concluding his explanation of Israel’s salvation (Rom. 11:33). Though we can learn much about the Lord, we also realize how little we know about Him as we plumb the depths of His ...Read More

  • The Beauty of Worship

    Exodus 25:1–9

    Christians often argue about the propriety of artwork in the sanctuary. Whether or not visual images are used in our houses of worship, we can all agree that plainness can be elegant in some ways just as many works of ...Read More

  • A Reasonable Response

    Romans 12:1–2

    We all know that the remaining presence of sin in our lives makes it impossible to have a perfect desire to please God when we worship. Nonetheless, since we may now approach the Father boldly in Christ (Heb. 10:19–22), we ...Read More

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