Two philosophies of worship are being contrasted in John 4:19-24. The woman of Sychar brings up the location of worship. True worship is not about where it is conducted but whether it is in spirit and in truth. The Lord Jesus Christ says some...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
What is a proper attitude in worship? Maybe we should ask, to begin with, is my attitude important when I come to worship? Is it possible that I could come to church with the desire in my heart to worship God and yet my worship be unacceptable to...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
We continue our Faith Promise Missions Conference with Evangelist Wayne Hudson preaching in the morning service. There will be a great lunch to follow with our closing service after that. Please plan to be in God's house today but if that is not...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
This passage contains a tremendous missions message. We have here the whole story of missions. It is a story that finds its beginning and its end in Heaven. It is the story of God and His creation. It is the story of man and his need. It is the...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
We worship the God of this universe: our Creator. He is the true, "Master of the Universe." We as His creatures owe Him our worship. But the reality is that in our day - God no longer holds the place He deserves in the lives of men. Churches are...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
What about the reality of our worship? How real is it? What place does worship have (or should it have) in our relationship with the Lord? What displaces or replaces worship in our lives? Your answer to that is very important. What is the first...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
We go on today examining from the New Testament seeking what makes up acceptable worship, we can very clearly see three dimensions that our worship takes. We can see an outward, inward, and upward dimension to acceptable worship.
We have titled this series of messages “The Search for Worship,” with the idea that we might search for what true biblical worship is. A. W. Tozer said that worship “is the missing jewel in modern evangelicalism.” But, as...[ abbreviated | read entire ]