This series comes from a simple idea: in the original Greek
language, there seems to be no difference (such as we would make)
between worship and service. Many Christians today see no
sense of liturgy in their worship services. As a result,
worship and service seem unrelated. It is not so. Each
act of worship has its parallel form in service. It is our
pleasure to present them to you here.
||The first element of worship is
praise; it should also be an element of our daily lives.
||How Scripture reading was formerly a
major part of worship, and should be a major habit of
||How fellowship is not just shaking
hands at worship, but should be a way of life for the
||A lesson on the values of tithing —
which is not about the preacher's salary.
||How this simple ceremony portrays all
that is essential about Christianity.
||A comparison of the Lord's Prayer and
Solomon's prayer at the dedication of the Temple, with
lessons for us today.
These lessons were originally delivered in 1998.