In some ways worship is like prayer—a bit elusive, hard to define concisely or assign a structure to, and yet something you can’t help but recognize and participate in when it flows from genuine passion. One thing is certain: true worship always focuses on who God is.
What are other signs of true worship? How is it cultivated? What stifles or destroys it? What kind of music fuels it? How can pastors and music leaders provide the best possible environment for people to worship unashamedly and without distraction? And how do modern technology and changing music styles affect worship in the church?
We hope these suggested resources will help clarify the essential elements of true worship. When you engage in this vital communication with God, you’ll be surprised how quickly your worries and negative thoughts evaporate!
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Chuck Swindoll expounds upon the admonishment in Scripture that we are to sing and to make a melody to the Lord. Christians have the most to sing about, yet many believers never sing a note outside of a church building. Chuck suggests ways to let the joy of the Lord take over and spill out into song, any time of the day or night.
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