GCS Podcast

A New Song

April 03, 2020 Tony Anthony and the GCS Team Season 1 Episode 17
GCS Podcast
A New Song
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GCS Podcast
A New Song
Apr 03, 2020 Season 1 Episode 17
Tony Anthony and the GCS Team

When you hear the word ‘WORSHIP’, what comes to your mind? What comes to your mind when you think of worshipping and glorifying God? In the Christian recording industry, the words ‘WORSHIP’ and ‘MUSIC’ have almost become synonymous. Even church terminology has changed over time to call the role of the Music Minister a Worship Leader or Worship Pastor. Though “worship music” is beneficial, has our focus on it caused us to define worship too narrowly?

The role of music and singing in Christian worship is biblical and plays a vital role in the life of God’s people. Today, we often chatter back and forth about different types of worship, whether its traditional, contemporary, or charismatic. But have you ever sat down and really contemplated what it means to “worship God?” Why do we sing, pray and kneel before God? Is God pleased with the way we worship? If God is the centre of existence, maybe we should learn what He really expects from us. In another perspective, if man creates and directs his own existence, why bother worshipping anything!  

Let's join Tony as he looks at the topic of Biblical worship from an angle you may never have considered.

Show Notes

When you hear the word ‘WORSHIP’, what comes to your mind? What comes to your mind when you think of worshipping and glorifying God? In the Christian recording industry, the words ‘WORSHIP’ and ‘MUSIC’ have almost become synonymous. Even church terminology has changed over time to call the role of the Music Minister a Worship Leader or Worship Pastor. Though “worship music” is beneficial, has our focus on it caused us to define worship too narrowly?

The role of music and singing in Christian worship is biblical and plays a vital role in the life of God’s people. Today, we often chatter back and forth about different types of worship, whether its traditional, contemporary, or charismatic. But have you ever sat down and really contemplated what it means to “worship God?” Why do we sing, pray and kneel before God? Is God pleased with the way we worship? If God is the centre of existence, maybe we should learn what He really expects from us. In another perspective, if man creates and directs his own existence, why bother worshipping anything!  

Let's join Tony as he looks at the topic of Biblical worship from an angle you may never have considered.

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