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Corporate Worship – My Conviction

For some years now, I have been of the following conviction that has shaped the way I worship, privately and publicly:

If all a church meeting is, is a bunch of songs that I’ve heard sung better on the original albums, a sermon that is essentially just a bible study read out loud, and some cheap instant coffee and inane chatting about not very much at all, then it has been a shocking waste of time: the gathered church is supposed to be the temple of the Holy Spirit, a manifestation of God’s glory on the earth: we should be led, and lead others into, an encounter with the Living God.

This conviction drives a series of posts entitled “Why bother? Why gather?” that can be found here

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