Bryan Jarrett - January 27, 2019

The Incarnation, Corporate Worship, and the Common Good

What is the habitat for the dwelling of God’s presence? Where has God chosen to make his habitation? The church - not the building, but the people - when we come together corporately, collectively to worship, according Paul, we become a dwelling place or habitation for God by the Spirit. The place that God has chosen to dwell, the place that he has chosen to make his unique habitation is the collective worship of his people. When we come together each weekend to sing, lift our hands, exalt the name of Jesus; we are making this place the habitat of God. Our worship is the environment where God has chosen to dwell. This should to be game changer for us. It should change everything about the way we approach weekend worship experience at church.

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