Worship: Keeps Me Sinning as I Go

For it is the Lord my God I sing with joy, bringing great honor and glory of what He has done for me. He sent His son to free me from a sure death.

Our worship could be viewed as sin if we are not careful, according to our worship pastor. Here’s a reblog of his blog…

Mark Moore

FPC_southampton Nope.  That’s not a typo.  We very likely commit grievous sin as we worship.  Right there in our sanctuaries, smack dab in the pulpit and the pew, is an idol worshipped by all those who attend.  You’re guilty, and so am I.

When the Church gathers to worship, we do so because we have been redeemed.  A great God has saved us through Jesus Christ, and we rejoice, not only in the cross, but also in the resurrection, longing for the day that Jesus will come again…”Even so, Lord, come quickly.”

Where Do We Go Wrong

Sure, there are other benefits gleaned from gathering to worship, and these are expressed in our encouragement to and community with each other.  These are the horizontal elements that exist between and among those in the gathering.  They are biblical and important.  But, the audience in our gatherings is not sitting in the pews…it’s…

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About Wayne Comer

I’m Wayne Comer, an independent contract software engineer and computer software consultant. I am a christian and attend church at Third Baptist Church in Murfreesboro, TN, also known as 3BC. I’m married to Kathleen since 1992 and I have 1 grown and married daughter, Shay. I have lived in Murfreesboro, TN most of my life and when time permits I love to bike, canoe, hike, and go camping with my wife. Golf and Baseball are my 2 favorite sports... well, besides fishing.
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