We often get caught up in music as the only way to worship. David Manner reminds us that there other ways:
Music often serves as the only recognized worship expression for many congregations. It is indeed an expression given to us so that we might offer it to God in worship. But it is not the only or even primary expression. In fact, music is a supplemental not foundational act of worship. Until we get the worship foundations covered, music is just music.
Instead of beginning our worship conversations with what we are singing we should begin those conversations with the blocking and tackling elements of Scripture, Prayer and the Lord’s Supper.
David’s post is a great reminder that music is just one element in our worship services. Read the whole thing here.