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  1. Should Christian Women Cover Their Heads in Public Worship? by Max Aplin  
    In 1 Corinthians 11:2-16 Paul tells his readers that men shouldnât pray or prophesy with a covered head, and that women shouldnât do these things with an uncovered head. There are good reasons for thinking that these principles are not dependent on culture. Nevertheless, it is a mistake to just assume that the principles must always be implemented.

  2. ONLY YOU LORD by linzy bruno  
    This is a song I wrote for my husband to put to music and my son to sing, hopefully that is."......with the sound of Your Voice....."

  3. GOD MAKES ME SING! by linzy bruno  
    For Sunday School or the like; the idea for this piece to use it be put to music (a song) for children to engage in worship.

  4. THE GLORY OF GOD by GLENN PEASE  
    The beauty in creation reveals the beauty of the Creator, and so all people are exposed in some measure to the glory of God. Christians should expose themselves more to this glory in order to reflect it. In this article it is made clear that we are responsible for seeing and sharing the glory of God, for this is a key motivation to worship.

  5. What Should the Dress Code Be for Christian Worship Services? by Max Aplin  
    There are pros and cons to dressing well and to dressing casually for Christian worship services, but the stronger arguments seem to support dressing casually. Wearing casual clothes helps to make poor people, who only ever wear this kind of clothing, feel welcome to attend.

  6. True Worship by David Holdsworth  
    ...the act of worship that is always beautiful and pleasing to our God is love.


  7. YOU WERE THERE by Sim Lee  
    A poetic view of some of the many wonderful appearances of our Lord thru time.

  8. THE BLAME GAME by ralph jackson  
    Adam blamed Eve and Eve blamed the serpent. Ultimately the whole blame landed on God who created them and so the blame game has continued down the annals of time.

  9. Man With a Bag 2 by Richard L. Provencher  
    Even the recluse in this poem has been given a mission in his new life. Thank you Jesus for your forgiving and helpful nature.

  10. My Fortress is My GOd by Katy Curry  
    Do you ever get tired of the struggle against sin? You get tired, sometimes stumble and fall. Here is an encouragement, know and warriors run by your side in the worst of your struggles and you can reach the safety of the fortress and be strengthened and refreshed.

  11. Songs of Praise by Don Pedal  
    Have you ever been in a service where you felt drowned in sound? Many of us sit quietly through the service and do not return. What does our Lord say about this in scripture? You might be very surprised by the answer.

  12. Coming Near to God: King David's Habit of Genuine Worship by Cate Russell-Cole  
    Examining the role of genuine worship within the Church, and where we fall short in that, based on King David's Psalms. Three main ways David worshipped are examined as long-term, spiritual habits to be emulated.

  13. No Dogmatism In Christianity by Olawale Ogunsola  
    Do you know that some people are referred to as "religious dogmas"? It is sad that such people include Christians. This is wrong!

  14. In the Beginning God by Michael Pleasant  
    In The beginning God is the most profound statement ever conceived. This article explores this statement in depth.

  15. Tennebrae-A Ritual of Shadows by Susan LeDoux  
    Tennebrae is a somber worship service that is still performed during Holy Week in some Catholic and Protestant churches. It dates from the Middle Ages and is a ritual of"darkness, or shadows.

  16. Break forth your praises by Shemmie Mrs. Tan  
    He is always for you
    He is always here with you
    Look not unto your sins
    It has nothing to do with you
    It has something to do with HIM indeed
    Let out of your burdens
    Cast them all unto the Lord

  17. Who Are You On Christmas Day? by Olawale Ogunsola  
    Do not be a stranger to yourself. You must know who you are anytime of the day. Therefore, who are you on Christmas day?

  18. Will You Welcome Jesus into Your Home? by Dianna Sandora  
    Did the story of the birth of Jesus get lost in translation? The Bible was originally written in both Greek and Hebrew and subject to interpretation. It is important to remember that the birth of our Lord and Savior is one of hope and love not rejection.

  19. Worshipping in the Dark? by Donna Kazenske  
    So the new phase in the church is worshipping Jesus in a dark sanctuary.

  20. THOU ART GREAT, O ELOHIM! by SIXTUS ONYEANUSI  
    Upon understanding the immeasurable greatness of God, you will be compelled to fall on your knees in humble adoration and magnify Him with absolute holy fear and love.

    Thou are Great, O Elohim!

  21. TAKE IT ALL, JESUS, TAKE IT ALL! by SIXTUS ONYEANUSI  
    Until to Christ we lay down our all,
    what we've surrendered is too small!
    And if we dodge this total consecration at His cross
    We will suffer unbearable loss.

    Take it all, Jesus, take it all my Lord.

  22. Grateful by jackie parent  
    Lord you never cease to amaze me, I'm so grateful.


  23. From My Heart... by   
    I am thankful for Grace

  24. A thank you note to God by Jennifer Cardinal  
    A prayer of thanks to God

  25. A thank you note to God by Jennifer Cardinal  
    A prayer of thanks to God

  26. A thank you note to God by Jennifer Cardinal  
    A prayer of thanks to God

  27. WORSHIP ON HIGH by linzy bruno  
    My very breath is Yours to take.....

  28. Right Where We Are by Sheila Mills  
    How we view worship can get confusing at times. Instead of trying to define what worship is, maybe we need to step back and look at what it is not.

  29. Right Where We Are by Sheila Mills  
    How we view worship can get confusing at times. Instead of trying to define what worship is, maybe we need to step back and look at what it is not.

  30. Right Where We Are by Sheila Mills  
    How we view worship can get confusing at times. Instead of trying to define what worship is, maybe we need to step back and look at what it is not.

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