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The Rev. Charles Roberts: “Don’t Miss the Forest for the Trees” (Zechariah 7:1-10)

November 29, 2013

Here is a thoughtful audio sermon on the subject of worship, titled Don’t Miss the Forest for the Trees, by the Rev. Charles Roberts of Ballston Center ARP Church in New York.  In this message, he speaks on Zechariah 7:1-10 and gives us his perspective on what God wants from us for worship.  He makes some excellent points:

  • Proper worship is directed towards God…are we focused on Him, or on ourselves?  Is our church service focused more on entertaining ourselves than on worshiping God?
  • Proper worship cannot be separated from our lives…does our worship in the context of our lives raise a pleasing aroma to the Lord?
  • Proper worship requires that we give God our very best.  He mentions Malachi 1:6-11 here: do we offer the best we have to the Lord?

As usual I commend this sermon by Rev. Roberts to you.

 

 

 

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