Wrong Worship



  • 2011-11-06T13:17:23

Let us not forget that we are to worship not just with our minds but with our whole beings. That includes our emotions.

  • 2011-11-06T13:16:02

That is our very nature That is why even our worship must not be by our own merit!

  • 2011-11-06T13:15:30

Josh Deal , I agree. Even Paul, the apostle to th gentiles used the "I" so many times in his writings.

  • 2011-11-06T13:13:31

Well said. I worship (Thanks God!), by His grace. I come before Him not by my merits.

  • 2011-11-05T18:03:27

This is really true but it's wierd how we can't except it.

  • 2011-11-05T02:40:20

I enjoyed this clip. Funny! We are human and Jesus knows that. Stop taking a whip to yourselves. We are being perfected every day into his likeness. We are not perfect yet, but He still loves us. Jesus understands our humanity - afterall he was half human! He is with us always, even when we are washing the dishes! We can enjoy his company and his presence every day in everythiing we do. He said that he will never leave us nor forsake us. I agree with a comment written here by Arlie Wood that we worship Him every day in everything we say and do. If we fail, we need to ask for forgiveness and just keep going. If we keep our eyes on Him, we will become more and more like Him. How can the clay make something out of itself, it can't. The potter is the one who is in control of moulding the clay. He knew us before we were in our mother's womb. Just yield to Him, and say, "Lord, make me into whatever it is that you desire."

  • 2011-11-04T18:27:27

How could this mockery glorify the Lord? Or maybe it's not intended! Mission accomplished!

  • 2011-11-04T07:33:31

Waaaah... Too honest! The singers sing too well and too beautifully to make a parody of all these great praise songs! Good job as a wake-up call! God knew us thoroughly; that's why He created Monday through Saturday to see the true colors of our Sundays. Our love is fragile but we still sing for Him and worship Him. Glad we can at least sing what we ought to be, not what we are. T T Also, nowadays any Christians who show up to church on every Sunday are still better than those self-claiming "Christians" who are making up their own religiosity according to their feelings and their taste! Laziness should not be a religion.

  • 2011-11-02T13:08:23

make sense!

  • 2011-11-01T23:56:19

So SAD....God love them and want them to be saved. GOD IS GOOD!

  • 2011-11-01T06:09:00

Yeah, I love that one of the woman's verses was about her hairdo, and not only does she have a fancy hairdo, but she has a sparkly clip in it to draw attention to it! Talk about straining at a gnat! Get over yourselves!

  • 2011-10-29T15:22:38

I started to laugh then started to cry. Forgive me Lord.

  • 2011-10-28T23:05:21

Shawn Breen Halpain That would be interesting. I might ask my Tribe leader if we could try that.

  • 2011-10-28T04:49:27

It kinda sounds like all our so called Professed Christian serving in Congress who all sing to a different tune but still insist they are Christian. Lets make God the Head and not the tail of the Church. Stop the Politicizing of our Beliefs. PS: Church has become so plastic today we need to get back to basics.

  • 2011-10-26T17:33:23

Yes, that is funny, but way more sad! We have lost what it truly means to worship our loving a merciful God. He deserve all of us in everything! Hopefully that song has made an impact on people for Christ's sake, not comedies.

  • 2011-10-26T14:34:22

I apologize for sounding harsh. I love to worship with others believers. Some worship songs aren't what I would say to the Lord at that time (hard to explain). Wouldn't it be interesting to have the musicians play behind the congregation. Would we worship differently?

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