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Playing Music – Skillfully

It is important for any musician who wants to use their gift for God, to honour God by practising and growing in musical knowledge and skill.

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Why We Bow and Kneel?

Bowing the lowest is a visible sign of submission, a humbling of yourself before another. Kneeling completes the logical progression.

Why We Bow and Kneel?

by Adam Hellyer   In Reverent Fear “Come, let us bow down in worship, let us kneel before the LORD our Maker; for he is our God and we are the people of his pasture, the flock under his care.” Psalm 95:6,7 A young man once said to me that bowing, “is like shaking hands in Chinese.” In fact it is …

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Why Do We Lift Our Hands?

When we come to God in worship lifting our hands is a physical demonstration of the surrender in our heart and mind to His Lordship.

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Songs For Now

There is a song for now. In the same way that certain scriptures, words and phrases, take on new significance in different seasons, so our songs need to reflect what God is doing in the times we are in.

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Facing the Music

When our worship songs focus on His character, glory, power, love and grace, we can’t go wrong. Singing to Him about how amazing He is can only be good for us; it takes our focus off ourselves and onto what – or rather, Who – is unchanging.

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Puzzled Worshipper

“How do I know what Christian music is ‘good’ to be listening to and worshipping with? What should I listen out for, and do you have any really ‘sound’ recommendations?”

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Worship Project

At the most recent Four12 SA Conference Andrew Selley announced the upcoming Four12 Album project. Part of changing the way the world does church is changing the way the world does worship.