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  • Your Need For Worship

    Contributed by Scott Maze on May 18, 2021

    Worship is a big deal: Cain killed his brother, Abel. Moses asked Pharaoh for some time to away in the wilderness to worship. Ancient Jewish families would bring animals to Jerusalem for the purpose of worship. And Jesus turned over the tables in the Temple because they were ruining worship.

    Your worship is a big deal to you personally. Worship is a big deal down throughout history. Think about the importance of worship down through the ages: Cain killed his brother, Abel, over worship in Genesis 4. Moses asked Pharaoh for some time to away in the wilderness so the children of Israel more

  • 27 The Second Rebellion Series

    Contributed by Michael Collins on Jan 25, 2021
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    This is the 27th of 31 devotions in a series called, 'The Church Called Jonah.' This devotion is about Jonah rebelling against the Lord the second time - this time for a different reason though.

    The Second Rebellion Jonah 4:5: “Jonah had gone out and sat down at a place east of the city. There he made himself a shelter, sat in its shade, and waited to see what would happen to the city.” “Jonah had gone out and sat down at a place east of the city…” No sooner than Jonah has this second more

  • Today, If You Will Hear His Voice: An Exposition Of Psalm 95

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Mar 3, 2020

    This is one of the most troubling of all the Psalms. What does it teach us?

    Today, if You Will Hear His Voice: An Exposition of Psalm 95 The Book of Psalms is considered to be the Hebrew hymnal. Actually, there are five separate collections of them. There are different psalms for different occasions. For example, we have the 100th Psalm which is a joyous song of more

  • Part 2 - The Meaning Of Worship Series

    Contributed by Bradford Reaves on Feb 8, 2020

    In order for us to worship, we must know what worship means. That helps us understand the why

    We are coming into the heart of our worship series. This is crucial for us as a church to understand. It is my belief, that the American Church lost its identity, especially when it comes to issues of worship. We are in trouble theologically and spiritually when it comes to worship. So, I want to more

  • Peace To You

    Contributed by Paul Davidson on Feb 5, 2020

    How can we find peace in times of great turmoil, trouble, and uncertainty?

    When we were living outside the United States, we’d sometimes make a trip into the big city to go to Costco. The prices tended to be outrageous for items from the States, but we would just start craving something familiar, and Costco was one of the places we’d go to find things like Frosted Flakes, more

  • "come And Worship" Part Two

    Contributed by Andy Grossman on Jan 22, 2020

    Second in a series of worship. 1. Analysis of Worship, 2. Attitude of Worship, 3. Acts of Worship

    “Come and Worship” (Part Two) Psalm 95:1-7 “Come, let us sing for joy to the Lord; let us shout aloud to the Rock of our salvation. Let us come before him with thanksgiving and extol him with music and song. For the Lord is the great God, the great King above all gods. In his hand are the more

  • Wonderful Counselor Series

    Contributed by Brady Boyd on Dec 12, 2019
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    How would you describe God? A troubleshooter, a distant power, a grandparent? Today, I want to look at the very first thing Isaiah said would be true about this baby Messiah.

    Wonderful Counselor December 15, 2019 How would you describe God? A troubleshooter – God’s good to have around when I’m in trouble. A distant power – God isn’t concerned about the ordinary parts of my life. A grandparent – God gives me what I want. • Today, I want to look at the very first thing more

  • Thanksgiving 2015

    Contributed by Scott Bayles on Nov 12, 2019

    In Psalm 95, the pslamist invites believers to give thanks for God's character, God's creation, and God's care.

    Thanksgiving 2015 Scott Bayles, pastor Blooming Grove Christian Church: 11/15/2015 There is a lot to love about Thanksgiving. I love the turkey and stuffing. I love pumpkin pie. I love spending time with family and playing football in the backyard. But the best part of Thanksgiving is that it more

  • The Inspiration For Worship Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Oct 13, 2019

    Having been delivered from bondage and brought into a land of plenty, Israel had reason to rejoice. We too have received much and have reason to praise our Lord and Savior. He is source of our blessing and the object of our praise.

    The Inspiration for Worship Psalm 95: 1-7 Just as with many of the Psalms, this particular Psalm is believed to have been sung by the Israelites as a song of worship. It was likely sung during the Feast of Tabernacles where the people constructed booths made of brush and dwelt in them to more

  • Contending With Evil Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jan 13, 2019

    Just because we are chosen by God, baptized into Christ, does not mean that we are infallibly going to attain God’s promises. We are always tempted, as Christ was, to follow the allurements of the world, flesh and devil.

    Saint Anthony of the Desert 2019 Saint Anthony–the less famous one we call “Anthony of the Desert”–died 1653 years ago today. Since he is also called “Anthony the Great” and “Anthony of Egypt” and several other honorifics, we might want to know more about him, and what he can teach us today. But more

  • Worship And Tradition

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on Mar 6, 2017
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    Part 5 of a series on worship.

    Tradition! Psalm 95 March 5, 2017 Have you ever noticed that sometimes we do things for a reason, but many times we really don’t know the reason? Sometimes we don’t recognize how our decisions are predicated on past events which we’re totally clueless about. For example, and I’ll tell you more

  • The Cooperate Discipline Of Worship Series

    Contributed by Jordan Muck on Oct 11, 2016

    Understanding the disciplines in everyday Christian life.

    Series: Discipline – Week 4 Scripture: Psalm 95 Title: The Cooperate Discipline of Worship Focus: Establishment of Spiritual Disciplines Introduction: Psalm 95 has been used as a guide to worship. Jews would recite this chapter when they would reenact their time of spent in the more

  • Singing While Entering Into God’s Rest

    Contributed by Howard Strickland on Aug 3, 2016

    Where the Isralites failed to rest through faith in God,we have the opprotunity to enter through faith.

    Singing While Entering Into God’s Rest Psalm 95:1-11 Oh come, let us sing to the Lord! Let us shout joyfully to the Rock of our salvation. 2 Let us come before His presence with thanksgiving; Let us shout joyfully to Him with psalms. 3 For the Lord is the great God, And the great King more

  • Come Now Is The Time To Worship

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Apr 25, 2016
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    We are to come to worship in 5 ways- Psalm 95 (Material adapted from Jack Peters at:

    HoHum: A little boy asked his father what was the highest number he had ever counted. Replying that he didn't know, the father asked his son his highest number. It was 973. "Why did you stop there?" wondered the father. "Because church was over." It is a shame that we can make a worship service more

  • God’s Purposes For The Church - Worship Series

    Contributed by Chuck Brooks on Mar 1, 2016
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    When it comes to worship, we must come on the right terms, with the right intercessor, in the right place, with the right clothing and we must come to God with the right perspective.

    God’s Purposes for the Church - Worship Chuck Brooks, Pastor-Teacher, GraceWay Church February 7th, 2016 One becomes a member of God's true church by trusting in Christ alone. You become a member of God's true church by believing that Jesus' death on the cross was sufficient payment more