The Heart of Worship

Have you ever wondered why Cain's sacrifice to God was rejected while Abel's was accepted? Cain gave a sacrifice that was akin to fellowship while Abel gave one related to a sin offering. Intimacy with God requires that we acknowledge and confess our sins before we have fellowship with Him. But when people come to church we expect them to have an intimate relationship with God when we invite them to worship intimately without addressing the issue of sin. How can we ever worship a holy God when we ignore our own unholiness? What are the steps we need to take so that we can have intimate worship? These are the questions this study answers.

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Radical Commitment

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Many Christians have become casual in their faith. Being casual means that they think their faith is very little about their commitment and very much about God's commitment to them. While God is committed to His people. God also expects extreme commitment from His people. Casual faith will never lead us to the throne of God. Casual faith will never give us revival. This study is to call us to radical commitment.

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