Two Are Better Than One in Worship (3 of 5) by Stan Coffey
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Series: Power In Partnership
Dr. Stan Coffey
We have God's word this morning; I'd like your attention to Hebrews Chapter 10. We are in a series of messages on "Two Are Better Than One."
We opened with the first message talking about two is better in a general sense. How two working together can accomplish more than one. Last week we talked about two are better than one in the ministry and the example was Mary and Martha and how they ministered together to the spiritual need and the physical need of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Today I am going to speak on the subject, "Two are Better than One in Worship." Someone said, "Brother Stan can't you worship anywhere on the lake or in the home and just anywhere that you are?" You can but two are better than one in worship.
Particularly when they come together in God's house. In Matthew 18:19 Jesus said, "THAT IF TWO OF YOU AGREE ON EARTH AS TOUCHING ANYTHING THAT THEY SHALL ASK IT SHALL BE DONE FOR THEM OF MY FATHER, WHICH IS IN HEAVEN."
Jesus also said, "WHERE TWO OR THREE HAVE GATHERED TOGETHER THERE AM I IN THE MIDST OF THEM." Now Jesus is God whose transcendent, He's everywhere and yet there is a sense of the presence of God in a manifested way that you can only experience in corporate worship when you come together with other believers to worship God.
Two are better than one in worship. Now the writer of Hebrews is addressing worship in Chapter 10 and notice what he says in verse 19, "THEREFORE BROTHERS SINCE WE HAVE CONFIDENCE TO ENTER THE MOST HOLY PLACE BY THE BLOOD OF JESUS."
" BY A NEW AND LIVING WAY OPENED FOR US THROUGH THE CURTAIN THAT IS HIS BODY AND SINCE WE HAVE A GREAT PRIEST OVER THE HOUSE OF GOD LET US DRAW NEAR TO GOD." Notice the plural not let me draw near to God; let us draw near to God.
He is talking about two are better than one. "LET US DRAW NEAR TO GOD IN FULL ASSURANCE OF FAITH, HAVING OUR HEARTS SPRINKLED TO CLEANS ...
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