When God designed man, He created us with the intention to make us worship Him. The idea of corporate worship is written all over the Bible. God called Moses and David to create the tabernacle and temple to allow His people to experience worship. On the day of the Pentecost, God sent down His Spirit so that the early church would experience worship.
But just like anything in ministry, people can have the tendency to ruin the call and experience of worship. Here are four common ways that we tend to ruin worship experiences.
From getting the focus wrong to missing the point altogether, Patrick lists four ways that we can wreck the worship experience. Check out the whole post here.