Contributed by Michael Stark on Mar 17, 2018
Though public worship is vital to the growth of a congregation, private worship must never be neglected. In fact, private worship is essential if we will worship corporately. The message explores by examining an incident in the life of Gideon.
“As soon as Gideon heard the telling of the dream and its interpretation, he worshiped.” 
Pastors will not have spent much time in the pastorate until they learn the awful truth that preparing for worship is such intense work and so demanding that worship may often be ignored! It is a tragic