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Hey guys! I am honored that you would take the time to read this blog. I hope that what I have to share will be worth your time. You may ask yourself, "What's up with the title of this blog?" The title Siloam's Pool comes from John 9:7. There was a man who came to Jesus who was born blind. As Jesus and the disciples passed by the man, Jesus used this man's condition to teach an important spiritual lesson to his followers. Jesus affirmed that the man had been born blind in order that God might be honored through this man's life. Then Jesus said in a dramatic statement, "We must work the works of him who sent me while it is day; night is coming, when no one can work. As long as I am in the world, I am the light of the world." (John 9:4-5). He then told the man to go and wash in the Pool of Siloam. The name "Siloam" means "sent." The man went and washed and came back seeing. It is my hope that through this blog, that perhaps someone might see as a result of the truth that is shared here. I will do my best to honor your time. God bless!

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A Biblical Theology of Worship
January 27, 2009

Hey guys! It's been a while since I last posted anything. Christmas and New Year's and seminary classes will do that to you. I just recently returned from Wake Forest, NC having taken a class on the ministry of worship. It was an exciting class. Let me ask you a question. How much thought do you put into your worship? I am currently in the middle of preaching a series on Worship Matters (which you can find by clicking on the headphones in the left pane of this page) and this question was asked. I think a lot of times we go through the motions of worship, but we don't think about what we are doing. Also, have you ever thought about what worship should contain, or not contain? Take a look at this essay and you will see what I believe to be a biblical theology of worship. I look forward to hearing some feedback on this, so post your comments at will!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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