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John Wesley’s 312th birthday is this week. Wesley founded the Methodist Movement, and he and brother Charles worked as a team, preaching and leading people to faith, using music as a powerful teaching and preaching tool. John wrote only a handful of hymns, but he translated many hymns, especially translating works from the German and those that came from the Moravians whom Wesley judged to be people of deep faith and spirituality.
Pastor Andrew considers the function and form of worship as it pertains to music style and concludes biblical worship is fixed and flexible.
Chancel Choir sang in support of Aaron Roos and Landon Westerfield on solos. O Love of God was written as a solo melody of J.S. Bach but this setting was arranged by James R. Gillette.
“True Biblical Worship; A ‘Means of Grace’” Eph 1 v 1-6 1 Cor 1 v 10-11 James 4 v 1-3 1. The Outward Expression of Worship John 4 v 19-20 2. The Inward Expression John 4 v 23-24 1 Thess 5 v 23 1 Cor 2 v 11 Romans 8 v 16 John 4 v 23 1 Cor 14 v 14-15 Psalm 122 v 1 Psalm 84 v 1-2 Psalm 100 v 1-5
Music is powerful. It inscribes itself onto the hard drive of our minds and leaves a lasting impression. Its influence is profound. And when music is saturated in scripture and stirs our souls, we truly can worship God in spirit and in truth (John 4:23-24).