SOME PROFESSED CHRISTIANS WILL BOW BEFORE THE LORD FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE DAY OF JUDGMENT. While our worship need not be a mere public display of emotion and sensationalism, I cannot help but believe that our restrained tradition is lacking something significant.
Our imminently present and continually good God compels our heartfelt worship on a daily basis rather than only on a Sunday basis. For our rich heritage of a cappella music to endure, it must be as dear to us as is the gospel itself.
Music awakens and unleashes the spirit in humanity; it is the glue that fuses intellect with emotion, message with meaning, and precept with praise.
When man is blessed to gain a glimpse of the glory of God, he cannot help but fall down and worship. Because of the very nature of who He is, we stand in awe; compelled by the immensity of His incomprehensible love, we yield our all.