Worship in the Church: Pastors' Roundtable

Tuesday, 06 Nov 2007

We're not talking about an ecstatic, overwhelming sense of God's majesty and my smallness, his grace and my need; but acknowledging afresh God's word of judgment and justification in Christ. Isn't that what takes place in worship?
Michael Horton talks with pastors from three denominations – Lutheran, Reformed, and Presbyterian – about what it means to give glory to God through worship in the church, and in turn receive God's gifts of peace, righteousness, and satisfaction. HORTON: Welcome to a special roundtable discussion about worship. We're taking up this topic not because we like controversy or because we like to stir things up, but because we believe that worship is the reason we were created. We were created to love God and to enjoy him, and to receive the benefits ...

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