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Informed Worship — Part III  

January 31, 1999
by Rev. Steve Schlissel
 

Beloved people of God, I’m going to continue in this series on the informed principle of worship, and I have to tell you that I’m approaching the whole matter with a bit of trepidation.  In fact, it’s been a number of years that I’ve been trying to think these things through with the Scripture.  And I think that my reluctance is well summed up by John Calvin in writing to one of his friends on the subject of usury.  Usury is charging interest or excessive interest on loans.  And somebody asked Johnny what is position or what his spin on this was.  And he began his letter by saying, “I have not personally experienced this, but I have learned from the example of others how perilous it is to respond to the question for which you seek my counsel.  For if we should totally prohibit the practice of usury, we would restrain consciences more rigidly than God himself.

 

 
Informed Worship — Part II  

January 24, 1999
by Rev. Steve Schlissel
 

Now, I’m not going to repeat the various things that we see around today, or try to denigrate this or that particular.  But we began a consideration of how such a problem can best be fixed if you expect to proceed with that today in suggesting how we can improve the situation by sound doctrine and a consideration of the Bible.  How should the churches of Jesus Christ be worshipping God? 

 

 
Informed Worship — Part I  

January 17, 1999
by Rev. Steve Schlissel
 

Well, people of God, we’ll be looking at quite a few texts today in order to begin what is planned to be a short series dealing with informed worship.  I call it “informed worship” rather than Reformed worship not merely to avoid a sort of clique-ishness in the question, but to suggest that really the problem that we have today in the churches in general is ignorance.

 

 


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