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- Committed to Worship – Friday So, brothers and sisters, because of God’s mercies,
I encourage you to present your bodies as a living sacrifice
that is holy and pleasing to God. This is your appropriate priestly service.
The word “worship” brings to the imagination an event, most notably a standard church service. But the biblical notion of worship moves us beyond an event ...
- Committed to Worship – Thursday “But the time is coming—and is here!—
when true worshipers will worship in spirit and in truth.
God is spirit, and it is necessary to worship God in spirit and in truth.”
In John 4, Jesus encounters an astute theologian: a Samaritan woman, whom he meets at Jacob’s well. Their conversation touches on a wide range of ...
- Committed to Worship – Wednesday “You will know them by their fruit.
Do people get bunches of grapes from thorny weeds,
or do they get figs from thistles?
In the same way, every good tree produces good fruit,
and every rotten tree produces bad fruit.
A good tree can’t produce bad fruit.
And a rotten tree can’t produce good fruit.
Every tree that doesn’t produce good fruit
- Committed to Worship – Tuesday Let’s also think about how to motivate each other
to show love and to do good works.
Don’t stop meeting together with other believers,
which some people have gotten into the habit of doing.
Instead, encourage each other, especially as you see the day drawing near.
You may be tempted to live your life as a solitary Christian. You ...
- Committed to Worship – Monday I will praise God’s name with song;
I will magnify him with thanks.
In worship, we sing hymns and praise songs to express our faithfulness and devotion to God. The songs chosen for worship are as significant as the sermons preached and the prayers prayed. They capture important points of doctrine and teaching, but they ...