This issue is, perhaps, the most visible distinctive to anyone entering a churchâ€”and every church seems to have its own idea as to how this is to be done. Even so, God has directed the elements that our worship should contain, and we should not add or subtract from it. Our services must involve prayer, the ordinances (the Lordâ€™s Supper and baptism), the reading and preaching of Scripture, and music. When we talk about worship, music is typically where the mind goes (though the biblical definition encompasses much more). We are commanded to sing as Scripture directs in â€śpsalms and hymns and spiritual songsâ€ť (Eph 5:15â€“18). Music should be skillful (Ps 33:3), congregational (100; 111:1), clear (1 Cor 14:7â€“10, 19), edifying (v. 26), loving (Eph 4:2; Phili 2:3), and worshipful (22:22). May all our worship remain be decent and in order, biblical and glorifying to Him.