Worship And Emotions

David Santistevan tackles the question of how emotional we should be when we worship:

This is an important conversation to be having because let’s face it – some of us are more naturally emotional than others. For some of you, it doesn’t take much for you to cry. But some of you struggle – bigtime – in corporate worship because you’ve hardly every cried in your life. You’re more dignified, reserved. It’s not that you don’t love Jesus. You’re just not expressive.

But is this an issue where we say, “To each his own?” Or is there a biblical, God-directed way for all the people of God to worship?

Is our worship too emotional?

I believe there are problems on both sides…

This post does a great job of finding that balance between being too stoic and being overly emotional in our worship. Read the whole thing here.

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