I’m generally cautious about “only one way” thinking. It tends to discredit alternatives, some of which are perfectly acceptable.
But I have to agree that there is only one way to worship.
With your whole life; not just part-time.
Speaking to each other, as well as to God.
With thanksgiving. Acceptably, with reverence and awe.
With fear and a willingness to give God glory.
And while I note that there are a lot of things that scripture does not say about what is required or forbidden in worship, what it does say is more than I confess I have been doing.
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Well said, Keith. May God bless all of us in the church with the grace to worship as you’ve described.
I must be a little dense today. Are the links correct for ‘By drawing near’ and ‘With fear and a willingness to give God the glory’.>My understanding does not see your conclusion for these two. The overall message is very clear. >Thanks for your insight.
Paul, you’re not dense. I am. I accidentally repeated two scriptures. Try ’em again, and (as Eeyore would say) thanks for noticin’.
I like that. Thanks for sharing.
A very good post.
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