Pleasing God in Our Worship

By W. Robert Godfrey, Series edited by James Montgomery Boice, Preface by James Montgomery Boice

Pleasing God in Our Worship

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Pleasing God in Our Worship

By W. Robert Godfrey, Series edited by James Montgomery Boice, Preface by James Montgomery Boice

Formal and comtemplative services in vast cathedrals are as much a part of Christian worship today as casual and boisterous services in refurbished warehouses. Yet this very diversity raises the question, Are all forms of worship equally pleasing to God?

Worship wars have erupted over so many issues—musical styles and liturgical formats, as well as more serious concerns like whether or not to orient services toward seekers—that often the spirit of the age has silenced the Spirit of Christ and left us wondering what is acceptable in God's eyes.

This booklet guides believers in recovering biblical worship. It will help you think about what pleases God, evaluate worship from a biblical point of view, and restore Him to the center of our worship, where He belongs.


Author:

W. Robert Godfrey (PhD, Stanford University) serves as the president and professor of church history at Westminster Seminary California. Godfrey is a minister in the United Reformed Churches and the author of numerous articles and books.

Specifications

Format: Paperback
Case Quantity: 10
Page Count: 48
ISBN-10: 1-58134-079-6
ISBN-13: 978-1-58134-079-2
Size: 4.0” x 8.5”
Weight: 2.1 ounces
Published: March 15, 1999