"I have sworn, upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility toward every form of tyranny over the mind of man." Jefferson
If only our worship didn't have to be processed, bottled up and marketed as a product for sale... (like the car in your last post). I wonder how much vanity is involved in all of this? Personally I'd rather worship under the cool early morning darkness running with my Father, my MP3 music and enjoying His awesome creation!
All the stuff we do with worship is nice, don't get me wrong. But the beautiful simplicity of what God has given to us gets missed. We don't need a building, song books, projectors, fancy sound systems and so on. We need each other and we need to come before God and praise him. It's about you and me, it's about us and God. The simplicity is so lovely.
I so agree. Some of the most awesome worship times were in high school during devos at our house out by our tank, around a big campfire, under the stars. So incredibly simple. No one wanted to leave. Last week in worship we were all singing and I wanted so badly to look up and see the sky and all I saw when I raised my eyes was the same old ceiling tiles that had been there since Jr. High. Those tiles have kept me dry though during some horrible rain storms so I suppose I should be thankful for them.
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