This article shows that joyful worship can only happen through singing that is full of praises to God, communion with God through prayer, and preaching that points God’s people to him.
This first of a two-part article considers what is appropriate clothing for Sunday worship.
This second of a two-part article continues to reflect on what is appropriate clothing for Sunday worship. It gives due consideration to how we should come to worship, out of a concern for God and others.
The article deals with the deficiency that the author sees as appearing in most church worship and in the lives of believers today. These deficiencies include lack of proper doctrinal teaching such as on the doctrine of God, and substitution of useful teaching with increased attention to information that comes through television.
To worship God is to enter God’s presence in order to have fellowship with him. This article explains the character of this worship and its nature.
This article discusses various matters pertaining to the worship service. It explains that such a service falls within God's covenant and is a celebration of it. It goes into some detail on what the liturgy is, as well as the origins of the Reformed liturgy. Finally, it describes the so-called liturgical movement, a phenomenon in the 1800s.
What should motivate God's people to come together in public worship? Looking at Psalm 95:1-7, the author shows that a true understanding of God as Creator and Redeemer is what causes the covenant child to come and worship God. This understanding and desire is the work of the Holy Spirit, and causes the worship service to be God-centered, with the word of God taking the center stage.