Category Archives: Worship

The Lord’s Day

by Sean P. Cavender | The Bald Knob Builder The New Testament church has had the long-standing practice of meeting and assembling for worship on the first day of the week since the church began. In keeping with the practice … Continue reading

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Why Matters

What do I mean by “why matters”? Simply this, the reason or purpose behind doing something (the why) is as important as the doing itself. We understand this in the secular world. Would it be OK if your spouse married … Continue reading

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Two Or Three Gathered Together

William J. Stewart | Is That Really What It Means? You’re going on vacation, but there is no faithful congregation of God’s people meeting anywhere near your destination of choice. You believe it is important to meet with Christians each … Continue reading

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Make Sunday Special

Dee Bowman | via The Hickory Heights Messenger (Lewisburg, TN) Sunday is special. It’s the day of His resurrection. It’s the day of devotion to God, a day for spiritual service and rejoicing. It’s the day God ordained for worship and … Continue reading

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Decently And In Order

William J. Stewart In all things, we want our service before the Lord to be according to His will, not rooted in church tradition, popular culture or personal preference. This is true both in our personal lives as we endeavour … Continue reading

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More Thoughts On Attendance

William J. Stewart If you haven’t read last week’s article, please do so. If you have read it, perhaps you noticed that there were no Bible references in it. None! It wasn’t by design, it just happened that the article developed … Continue reading

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The Most Difficult Sermon

William J. Stewart What do you think is the most difficult sermon to preach? A host of topics might be suggested, but I doubt what I have in mind is one of them. The book of Revelation can be intimidating, but … Continue reading

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The Pattern for the New Testament Church

by William J. Stewart A few weeks back, we noticed that we serve a God who has consistently supplied patterns for man, some of those specifically related to worship (ie. the construction of and service in both the tabernacle and … Continue reading

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Instrumental Music in Church History

by William J. Stewart We have in previous articles looked at instrumental music in the book of Revelation, the Old Testament, and the New Testament (besides Revelation). In Revelation, we found the instances of instrumental music to deal with the … Continue reading

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Instrumental Music in the New Testament

by William J. Stewart We have in previous articles looked at instrumental music in the book of Revelation, and in the Old Testament. This week, we focus on the occurrences of instrumental music in the New Testament, from Matthew through … Continue reading

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