John continues His letter by describing the worship of God by different categories of creation. . . . Revelation 5:8-14.
The gospel of Christ can be preached from every book of the Bible--even Haggai.
Do you worship the right things on Sunday morning, or has an idol slipped in? . . . 1 John 5:21.
If the church insists on entertaining people, why is all the entertainment geared towards women? . . . Romans 12:19b.
If our modern worship music better handled the topic of God's love, the church would be better equipped to live in love. . . . Romans 5:6-10.
We need to make certain that the worship songs we sing are not blasphemous in actuality. . . . Amos 5:23.
Worship leaders, due in part to worship song writers, are no better than false teachers when it comes to giving people stuff they want to hear. . . . 2 Timothy 4:3.
Christian living is NOT a how to please God checklist each day! . . . Romans 12:1.
Whatever we set up as a god in place of Jesus Christ is a violation of the 2nd Commandment. . . . (Westminster Larger Catechism, question 109).
Our historian wants us to know that "the right of possessing the promised land is tied to the proclamation of, and subjection to, God’s covenant claims upon his people.” . . . Joshua 8:30-35.