Worship

How much of the gospel do worship songs need to share?

“My Song in the Night” recently featured these two paragraphs from the book Doxology and Theology by Ken Boer: “… some leaders (myself included) have believed that to be gospel-centered, every song we sing has to explicitly state the gospel, or more narrowly, substitutionary atonement. But we shouldn’t be more gospel-centered than the Bible is. 

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Easily edified by a phone book

Agree or Disagree? “The mature worshiper is easily edified.” When hearing lackluster (even if biblical) preaching, immatureworshipers will typically not listen to the message because they wish the messenger was more exciting. Conversely, mature worshipers eagerly receive the truth as it is proclaimed, even if it sounds like the preacher is reading a phone book. Found here… Agree 

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