Tag Archives: Reverence for God

Reverence Please, by Rusty Stark

[Currently we are meeting at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday morning for worship.  There are no other weekly services at this time due to the corona virus.]

To do whatever we imagine as worship is to make the worship about us, not about God. Reverence involves submissive, obedient hearts. Continue reading

Reverencing God’s Name, by Mike Riley

In today’s digital world, it’s sometimes difficult to keep up with the abbreviated terminology that accompanies today’s fast-paced, youth-oriented electronic communication. For example, in the “Instant Messaging” (IM) world, the text-message language, “laughing out loud” becomes “lol.” The phrase, “By the way” becomes “btw.” And regrettably, some people are using “omg” for “Oh, my God!”

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Trembling before God

The most profound reverence characterized the ancient copyists of the Scriptures. When they came to a name for deity, they put new pens in their writing instruments, took a bath, and changed raiment. Continue reading