Weekends are for Worship: Worship as a Witness

“Corporate worship is also a very powerful witness. Worship that will impress the unconverted cannot normally spring from the devotions of an individual believer, because such worship is a private, intimate activity. Indeed, praying and almsgiving in public by individuals was not favored by the Lord because of the problem of human pride. But the worship of a company of believers is (or should be) a public and a supremely humble activity. The fact that a company of people are seen heart and soul committed to the Lord, adoring and revering him as though they felt and sensed his presence and benefited from his power and glory — all this is a powerful witness.”

Dr. Peter Masters

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