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Why Worship?

Why Worship? Jerry Burns Philippians 4:8 (NKJV) “Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy–meditate (or think) on these things.” There was a fascinating […]

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The Mark of the Most Successful Worship Leaders

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The Polarization of Music in the Church

  By Dr. Lindel M. Anderson Synopsis: The controversy surrounding music in the church seems to be growing. As our congregations become more multi-cultural and the growing plethora of musical genres are introduced to the church, the worship leader/music minister has a greater challenge than ever before to sing music that is relevant to a […]

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Worship: Style or Substance?

By Tim PedigoOne can scarcely enter into a conversation about worship without an interesting variety of questions and comments arising. Which style of music is the legitimate form for worship? Is a praise and worship team more suitable for the worship service than a church choir? Are guitars actually biblically approved instruments for worship?The other […]

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Effective Prayer Life

BY CHUCK SMITH INTRODUCTION Today, we are living in desperate times. Yet, the Church is not desperate before God in prayer. Jesus said to Peter, James, and John, “What? Could you not watch with me one hour?” We say, “Shame on you, Peter! Shame on you, John! How terrible! Not watching with the Lord for even one hour!” […]

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Spiritual Sacrifices

Ralph V. Reynolds A. SPIRITUAL SACRIFICES “An unholy priesthood, to offer up spiritual sacrifices.” (I Peter 2:5). The Apostle Peter writes of the church as being a holy priesthood offering up spiritual sacrifices. In this lesson we shall study a few of the spiritual sacrifices the church offers up to the Lord. B. PRAYER: 1. […]

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Men vs. Praise and Worship

Men vs. Praise and Worship By Dale Brown Jr The Protestant church is in the midst of something called, “The Praise and Worship Movement,” or PWM for short. The pipe organ is out, the drum set is in. Even traditional churches have seen the writing on the wall and are grudgingly offering contemporary worship services […]

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The Truth About Worship: Biblical Principles

Eddie Jones WHAT IS WORSHIP? Worship is translated from the Hebrew shahah which means bow down or prostrate, and the Greek proskyneo which means to prostrate or do obeisance to. The English word means “worth-ship,” and denotes the worthiness of the individual receiving the special honor due to his worth (Zondervan Pictorial Bible Dictionary, p. […]

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Approaching His Presence The Right Way

Clifton Jones We sing the song, Jesus is mine! Mine is a possessive pronoun showing ownership. I want everyone to be sure and understand, that to me it is wonderful to know that Jesus is mine. Personal ownership. He is mine. Now if that doesn’t turn us on, just think about who He is and […]

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Beyond Praise To Worship

Carlton L. Coon, Sr. The Difference There is a contrast between praise and worship: * We praise Jesus for what He has done; we worship Him because of who He is! * The posture of praise is constant motion; the posture of worship is inner prostration at the presence of God. * Praise is loud […]

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