• A Call to Praise the Lord Devotional

    Psalm 150

    Worshiping God in spirit and truth must be the goal of our lives. Our Lord seeks such worship, and this worship is acceptable to him whether it comes from Jews or Gentiles (John 4:19–24). How do we know if we are truly obeying our Lord’s commandments? One way is to look at our desire for worship. If we are eager to praise the Lord for who He is and what He has done, then we know that we are growing in true obedience to God’s law. View Resource

  • The Sound of Worship Devotional

    Psalm 150

    The importance of music in shaping our worldview and theology means that we must never sing songs without carefully considering the meaning of the lyrics. As we participate in worship each week, let us always think carefully on what we are doing and saying in order that we might be able to praise God with understanding and with all our might. Do you participate thoughtfully in worship each Lord’s Day? View Resource

  • The Sound of Worship Devotional

    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 Word. His nature and sovereign providence is greater than we can fathom, and we, as His image-bearers, can imitate and proclaim this glorious complexity when we sing songs that lyrically and musically celebrate His glory. View Resource

  • Worship with the Senses Devotional

    Psalm 150

    Human beings process information through the five senses, so all five senses are engaged in all that we do, including worship. Though different traditions may take different views as to how the liturgy should appeal to the five senses, all of us must keep in mind that the sights, smells, sounds, tastes, and feel of our worship services do send a message to worshipers. Let us endeavor to make sure that it is always a biblical one. View Resource