Today’s “Young Calvinists” blog post by PRC Seminarian Matt Kortus is timely and fitting as we prepare to enter the Lord’s court of praise and prayer tomorrow.
How does our readiness for worship match these seven marks of true worship? Ponder that tonight and tomorrow morning.
Thanks for sharing these “samples from Seminary” with us, brother Kortus!
Tomorrow is Sunday! That means we will have the opportunity to gather together with fellow believers in order publicly to worship God.
Worshiping God is an essential part of the Christian life. In worship, we come into God’s presence to ascribe to God His proper worth and to extol that worth.
Sadly, there is always the temptation to fall into a rut when it comes to worshiping God. It is much easier simply to go through the motions each Sunday. There is a tendency to allow worship to become cold and formal.
This post is designed to address this issue by enumerating seven characteristics of proper worship. These come from a class that we are taking this semester on the subject of worship. While we students will need to have these in our minds for a test, it would be good for all of us to have them in our…
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