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This Time, It’s Personal

Paul Clark wrote a thoughtful piece about how personal worship can be, even in a corporate church setting:

Although corporate worship is more than just the collected individual worship experiences of individual worshipers, in the evangelical tradition, even gathered or corporate worship serves to position individual hearts and minds to personally commune with the living God. Within the gathered body there are many individuals who are choosing to lend their hearts and lend their voices to corporate praise. Others may continue the struggle to yield to the heart of worship, and for them we pray.

Regardless of the size of a church it is imperative that neither sensitivity, corporate or personal, be lost. We are giving ourselves to the whole, many members one body.

It’s a beautiful thing when our individual expressions of worship come together as a whole.

Great post. Read the whole thing here. Make sure to read to the end for a wonderful anecdote.

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