In this sermon we discuss giving and see that God graciously creates generous stewards – people who wholeheartedly serve Him and use money & possessions for His glory (Matthew 6:19-24).
In this sermon we briefly discuss two more elements of worship: Baptism and Lord’s Supper (Matthew 28:18-20; Luke 22:14-23).
“We do not go to church, we are the church.” This statement is often followed by something like, “Therefore we do not have to go to church to be faithful Christians.” The first statement is true, but the second one is a false conclusion not based on Scripture. Listen in as we discuss what Jesus requires of us regarding worship attendance.
What does the Bible require us to believe and practice when it comes to singing in worship? Are there principles to guide us into what is pleasing to God? Listen in as we discuss these and other questions from Colossians 3:16.
The reading and the preaching of God’s Word are essential elements of New Testament Worship (1 Timothy 4:13; 2 Timothy 4:1-5).
What is the fear of the Lord? Should we worship in fear? Those might sound like strange questions, but listen in as we develop to concept of the fear of the Lord, and then look briefly at how that should characterize our worship.
So the church throughout all Judea and Galilee and Samaria had peace and was being built up. And walking in the fear of the Lord and in the comfort of the Holy Spirit, it multiplied. – Acts 9:31
Last week we started a new series on worship and saw that Jesus taught that true worship is worship in Spirit and Truth. This week we begin to unpack what it means to worship in truth as we discuss the story of Nadab & Abihu from Leviticus 10:1-3. What does Leviticus have to do with New Testament worship? Listen in as we explain and apply the truth we find there.
What kind of worshipers does the Father seek? What is the nature of true worship? We start our new mini-series on worship in John 4:23-24.