“Let’s set up a hypothetical: I’ll set the stage and then throw out some general thoughts and general questions, and you share your ideas with everyone else, and we’ll have a grand old ‘class discussion’ about worship− how does that sound? …
I think this could not only be a hoot, but very, very interesting because the readership here is quite diverse. We have Seminary professors, pastors/ministers/clergymen, seekers, housewives, professionals, retired, college students, many Christian backgrounds, and many nationalities and cultures represented, and my hope is that we all might pick up a thing or two we hadn’t thought about before.”
Don Merritt is doing discussion on a corporate worship scale. Sounds like just the thing for “Church Set Free” readers! 🙂
An invitation –
“So… are you in, would you like to give this a try and chime in to the conversation??? If so, click the “like” or drop me a comment.”
If you are interested then head over to Don’s place and let him know.
Thank you –
(as always – comments closed here, thank you)
Having completed our study of spiritual practices for now, it’s time for another topic to look at. I have been thinking of doing one on worship, more precisely, corporate worship; the worship assembly, Sunday worship… that sort of thing. Normally, I would put the verses of Scripture together, discuss them and the context in which they fall, and then tell you what I think about it.
But that’s what I always do. This time, I’d like you to tell me what you think.
Doesn’t that sound like a lot more fun?
Let’s set up a hypothetical: I’ll set the stage and then throw out some general thoughts and general questions, and you share your ideas with everyone else, and we’ll have a grand old ‘class discussion’ about worship− how does that sound?
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