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What is worship? Is it music? Is it singing? Is it something we are all expected to participate in? Often, we reduce the idea of worship to merely one hour on Sunday, yet God has so much more in store for us.
Worship begins and ends with God, which makes the orientation of our worship vertical. Throughout this series we will learn how God created us to be gripped by His glory and the beauty of Christ. We will journey together through the book of Psalms and follow the practices of David to learn how we can be true worshipers. Get ready to have your eyes opened, your mind renewed, and your heart awakened!
Brian Dennert. October 22, 2017
“The Christian way essentially consists in acknowledging ourselves to be sinners and in praying for grace.” (Martin Luther) As soon as we stop confessing our sin, we stop believing in the gospel. Regular acknowledgement of our sin (and the assurance of Christ’s forgiveness) gives us 1) a more-grounded view of our depravity and an awe-filled view of God, 2) an awareness and practical posture for living more like Christ (while crucifying our flesh), and 3) a profound freedom to live with integrity before God (first) and others (second). For a concise, well-thought-out article on the “why” of confession (particularly corporate confession), click here: http://www.desiringgod.org/articles/confessing-our-sins-together Psalm 51 lays out a wonderful template for how to confess.
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