Today's Scripture: "Then the Lord spoke to Moses" Ex 25:1
5531. Sufficient time depends on which side of the bathroom door you’re on. JG
It's amazing how fast food has changed our perception of worship. While the two terms may seem unrelated think about this: we place time limits on the time we spend at church. If we pray, someone else does it on a schedule that was printed out during the week to form an order of service. There is no preparation in most cases as most people don't see the need to confess sin and be clean before approaching the altar. If we pray, we do it when we need something and then when we haven't provided for ourselves.
It seems we have indeed some a long way in 2,000 years, but it was in the wrong direction. Our first order of service should be a quiet time, followed by confession, reconciliation and praise. If that is followed by brothers telling what God is doing in their life, you'll find there is no time for a sermon because it will be provided by the congregation. Music follows worship and never leads it. Invitations are not necessary as the ones who need it are outside the walls of the church where the congregation will find them. There is no need for a clock in any sanctuary as God is in charge of the time we spend in corporate prayer, praise and worship. You know, I'm not sure a church like that would have a pastor or congregation.
What is time, Lord, but rationing what is important to me.
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