What is it, anyway? Do we really know what it is, or are we just guessing?
What should worship look like, biblically, in a church service? What are its component parts? Is the church today imbalanced by omitting some things? Included here is a teaching about prayer and intercession, based on the Lord’s Prayer.
How is it done? Can we balance order and freedom? Should we remain passive and just let the professionals worship at church? What about a choir? What about dancing, for example?
If you have an overactive conscience, this post is for you. God hurls your sins into the sea and remembers them no more.
This post is a basic Bible study of key words in the Old and New Testaments, all spelled out in English. Worship leaders need to have a biblical foundation. Practical application is offered below each term.
The original words are very rich. Most deeply and richly of all, we can know God personally.
It is possible to have too much love (doormat), too much grace (licentious or antinomian) or too much law (legalism), but it is not possible to have too much wisdom.
Without this fruit, our lives would be chaotic.
It’s the opposite of being harsh and overbearing.
“Faith” and “faithfulness” come from the same Greek word. They need to be sorted out by context.