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Called to Worship - a practical guide for those involved in leading worship
Called to Worship
When Tradition Becomes Our Jailer There is nothing wrong with tradition, providing it is not binding, thus preventing us from seeing and being involved in the new thing that God is doing and denying ourselves the opportunity of being stretched in our faith.   The author, Somerset Maugham once wrote that, “Tradition is a guide and not a jailer.” In other words, we should draw from tradition what is good and helpful without becoming rigidly bound by it.   Jesus said, “Follow me!” The church is a movement not a monument and there is a need for relevancy and freshness in our 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 When Tradition becomes our Jailer
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When Tradition Becomes Our Jailer There is nothing wrong with tradition, providing it is not binding, thus preventing us from seeing and being involved in the new thing that God is doing and denying ourselves the opportunity of being stretched in our faith.   The author, Somerset Maugham once wrote that, “Tradition is a guide and not a jailer.” In other words, we should draw from tradition what is good and helpful without becoming rigidly bound by it.   Jesus said, “Follow me!” The church is a movement not a monument and there is a need for relevancy and freshness in our worship.
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Called to Worship - a practical guide for those involved in leading worship
Called to  Worship
When Tradition Becomes Our Jailer There is nothing wrong with tradition, providing it is not binding, thus preventing us from seeing and being involved in the new thing that God is doing and denying ourselves the opportunity of being stretched in our faith.   The author, Somerset Maugham once wrote that, “Tradition is a guide and not a jailer.” In other words, we should draw from tradition what is good and helpful without becoming rigidly bound by it.   Jesus said, “Follow me!” The church is a movement not a monument and there is a need for relevancy and freshness in our worship.
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