This is both a standalone message and a footnote to the recent series on Worship. Love is desirable for everyone for its own joy. Paul makes the point that its essential for Christian spirituality as exercised in service and worship.
This is part 2 of a message about worship that began on Epiphany Sunday inspired by the worship of the Magi. This message briefly recaps that beginning then gets down to application and the ‘how’ issues. How do you worship and how do we do that together?
This is the first of two messages on the topic of worship. This message is inspired by how the awaited Epiphany began with the Pagan wisemen paying reverence to Jesus as the king born of heaven. In this account we see sound principles of worship being illustrated. The next message will come on 20 January
David had a heart for worship, the Psalms testify to this. Yet when he became king he had to learn some tough lessons about worship of the Holy God of Israel. Do it God’s way and when you do, some people will despise you. This is part one of some teaching on worship that will…
On Trinity Sunday Francis shared on his spiritual vision for Trinity Church which focuses on meeting God in worship. The call of Isaiah was studied to illustrate from Isaiah’s experience what meeting God in worship can be like.