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Called to Worship - a practical guide for those involved in leading worship
Called to Worship
Key Qualities of a Worship Leader The Worship Leader is to be a conduit, an artery carrying worship to the heart of God. God has to be at the heart of our worship. According to the teaching of the Rabbis, Satan was the heavenly worship leader of the angels until he became proud and desired to be worshipped himself, (Isaiah 14 & Ezekiel 28). If the Worship Leader draws attention to his or herself rather than being the means of facilitating the worship of God, then God is robbed of His rightful worship and the Body of Christ is also robbed of true worship.  
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Sons and Daughters Run Your Own Race God's Training Programme Hindrances to Worshipping Freely When Tradition becomes our Jailer Key Qualities of a Worship Leader When to Speak and What to Say Worship in Small Groups Key Qualities of a Worship Leader
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Key Qualities of a Worship Leader The Worship Leader is to be a conduit, an artery carrying worship to the heart of God. God has to be at the heart of our worship. According to the teaching of the Rabbis, Satan was the heavenly worship leader of the angels until he became proud and desired to be worshipped himself, (Isaiah 14 & Ezekiel 28). If the Worship Leader draws attention to his or herself rather than being the means of facilitating the worship of God, then God is robbed of His rightful worship and the Body of Christ is also robbed of true worship.  
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Home About The book Contact worship
Called to Worship - a practical guide for those involved in leading worship
Called to  Worship
Key Qualities of a Worship Leader The Worship Leader is to be a conduit, an artery carrying worship to the heart of God. God has to be at the heart of our worship. According to the teaching of the Rabbis, Satan was the heavenly worship leader of the angels until he became proud and desired to be worshipped himself, (Isaiah 14 & Ezekiel 28). If the Worship Leader draws attention to his or herself rather than being the means of facilitating the worship of God, then God is robbed of His rightful worship and the Body of Christ is also robbed of true worship.  
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