Here is a good blog post by Andrew Webb on why Christians worship on Sunday and not on Saturday. Read, Why do Christians Worship on Sunday and Not on Saturday
Michael Kelley gives us three reasons why we should sing and they are all very good. I would only add (and perhaps this is just rephrasing the first point) that it exposes us to the gospel. That constant reminding ourselves of the gospel is precisely what the Epistles tell...
I absolutely love this! Should the churches of God use instruments in worship? Certainly! But . . . as Marshall Segal points out, “only one instrument sings”. Read, Do You Hear the People Sing? | Desiring God.
Here are some great ideas to help you better read scripture in public. GoThereFor.com | 3 big ideas and 7 tips on how to read the Bible in church.
Here are some good thoughts on the worship debates. . . Jesus Is The Feast | Worthily Magnify.
I too have been puzzled by the current trends to Romanize reformed worship. Read, If it looks like Rome … | A Daughter of the Reformation.
Bob Kauflin explores the modern phenomenon of singing generic syllables, and gives a fair and astute assessment of their place in worship. Read, Oh, Oh, Ooh, Ooh, La, La, Whoa | Worship Matters.
This hymn has had a profound influence on my life ever since I was a small child. In fact, one of my earliest memories (if not my very earliest memory) was of me sitting at my parents feet in Venezuala and hearing mom and dad sing this song during “church”...