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Worshipping Well

Worshipping Well

We have been considering, in recent days, a mini collection of royal psalms, which sing of Yahweh’s universal praise and call all nations to recognise him as King. Psalm 100 brings this collection to a close. This is a loud psalm. The psalmist invites the reader to...
Worship with Your Life

Worship with Your Life

It has been observed by many interpreters that  the New Testament calls us to worship with all of life. Romans 12:1–2 instructs us to present our bodies as a living sacrifice to God. As a sacrifice under the old covenant was wholly dedicated to God in worship, so our...
Worshipping through the Noise

Worshipping through the Noise

In late 2004, Doug preached a sermon series on corporate worship. I remember it well. In it, he defined worship as the church’s reverent and rational response to divine revelation. This definition is helpful because it enables us to see that worship is primarily about...
Worship as Warfare

Worship as Warfare

Psalm 48 portrays Jerusalem, the city of God, as a fortress for God’s people (vv. 1–3). We do not know the precise setting of the psalm, but the writer describes a time when a formidable army besieged the city to overthrow it. The attack did not last long, however,...