Singing is a form of speaking, but I want to focus in this study on the limited subject of actually singing to one another. It includes the matter of singing withone another, and that is important. But the more active emphasis of singing toone another
As we have seen in our study of the one another instructions in the New Testament, the gospel has very tangible relational implications. In Ephesians 5:18–21 we see how being Spirit-filled leads to joyful submission to one another out of our reverence for Christ.
Just as a comprehensive and consistent pro-life commitment leaves no room for compromise, so meaningful church membership requires a thorough commitment to walking in the Spirit in all areas of life and in all relationships.
This year, at our annual missions conference, we look forward to hosting Tim Keesee as our keynote speaker. Keesee is founder and leader of Frontline Missions International, and author of a very helpful book on missions titled Dispatches from the Front. Frontline Missions International (FMI)