by Stan Coffey

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Biblical Worship (8 of 8)
Series: Back to the Basics
Stan Coffey
Isaiah 6:1-8

This morning's message, we are talking again about worship. But today we want to talk about ''Biblical Worship'', the kind of worship that changes your life. When you come to church you ought to leave better than when you came. And that is what worship is supposed to do. It is suppose to transform your life. And today we are looking at a great man, Isaiah the prophet, and what happens when he went to the house of God.

Last week we talked about how even those in the media world have discovered that going to church will make you happier and healthier and holier. But you know it is also a very safe place to be. I came across these facts some time ago that has to do with accidents that are fatal. You need to be careful - don't ride in automobiles because 20% of all fatal accidents happen in cars. Do not stay at home because 17% of all fatal accidents happen right there in your home. Do not walk on the streets or sidewalks because 14% of all the fatal accidents happen to pedestrians. Do not travel by air, rail, or water because 16% of all fatal accidents happen by public transportation. Go to church because only .001 of all the fatal accidents will occur in a public worship service! This is the safest place to be, amen? You are safe this morning according to the statistics.

I heard about a young man who didn't want to go to church. And he was speaking with his mother and she said son you use to love church, why don't you want to go? He said well there are three reasons. Number one, nobody likes me at that church. Number two, nobody speaks to me there. And number three I have absolutely no friends there. And I am just not going back to that church. And she said now son, I am going to give you three reasons why you should go to church. Number one because you promised me as a boy that you would always go to church and you need to keep your promise. Number two, others are looking at ...

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