Margaret Street Church of Christ
Repairing Our Understanding: Worship
March 28, 2021

Repairing Our Understanding: Worship

March 28, 2021

One of the reasons why there is so much religious confusion in the world is due to the misunderstanding of the terms involved. Take the word “worship,” for instance. What is the truth regarding what it means? It requires “Repairing Our Understanding” – a new sermon series.

I. ASSESSMENT

A. There are three “types” of worship: 

(1) worship; (2)  worship;  (3)  worship

B. Some of the various practices, ideas, or concepts about worship include:

C. Our assessment reveals that many people’s understanding of worship is .

Scripture References: 1 Kings 11:6-9; Jeremiah 32:35; John 4:19-24

II. DECISION

A. How do we determine which/what is the truth?

B. Many founders of the various religions claimed to be .

C. Jesus fulfilled over    prophecies.

D. Christianity has more     to support it than any religion in the world.

E. What should be the standard for any questions, or patterns for worship?

Scripture References: Deut 18:20-22; Matt 2:1-6, 21:8-11, 27:35, 28:18; Mark 15:24; Luke 2:4-15, 19:35-37; John 7:42, 12:12-15, 19:23-24; Micah 5:2; Zech 9:9; Psalm 22:18; 2 Tim 3:16; Acts 17:11  

III. RESTORATION

A. Jesus teaches what three principles in John 4:24?

1. We must worship the right

2. We must worship with the right

3. We must worship with the right  

B. The Bible teaches there are five elements of worship. They are:

The ;  ;  ;  ;  

C. Why is it important to correctly understand the meaning and purpose of worship?

Scripture References: Matt 15:9; Luke 22:19; John 14:13, 15:16; Act 2:42, 20:7; Col 4:16, 3:16; Eph 5:19; 1 Cor 11:23-29, 14:15, 16:1-2; 2 Cor 9:7

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