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06 March, 2007 / theexpositor

Church Boring? Entertainment Is Not The Answer

Source: OldTruth.com

“If people find worship boring and irrelevant, it can only mean they have no sense of the presence of God in it. When we study the action of worship in Scripture and the testimony of church history, we discover a variety of human responses to the sense of the presence of God. Some people tremble in terror, falling with their face to the ground; others weep in mourning; some are exuberant in joy; still others are reduced to a pensive silence. However the reactions may differ among human beings to the holiness of God, one thing I never ever find in scripture is someone who is bored in the presence of God, or someone who walks away from an encounter with the living God and says “that was irrelevant”.

There is no encounter a human being could ever have that is more relevant to daily life than meeting up with the living God. … You were not created to be bored by the glory of God, you have to be spiritually dead to be bored by the glory of God. ”

R.C. Sproul from The Holiness of God

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One Comment

  1. Katie / Mar 6 2007 21 29

    A student bored in a classroom doesn’t make the student bad or the teacher. Sometimes “students” are visual learners that need extra help grasping “new” concepts.

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