No, expressiveness in worship is more than a cultural issue. Kneeling, lifting hands, shouting, dancing, standing, singing, bowing, and more are all appropriate ways to demonstrate our passion for God. But someone may ask how this gets worked out in a local church where people are at different places in their experience, maturity, and understanding. Excellent question. That will be our topic next time.


Recommended Resources:


Bob has one of the featured columns in the current edition of Sovereign Grace magazine. The theme is "In the World, But Not of the World: Music, Media, and Modesty." You can read it online.


These magazine articles are based on an audio series by the same name, which is available through the Sovereign Grace Store. 


Other articles in this series:

Bodily Expression and the Worship of God, Part 2

Worship Matters: Bodily Expression and the Worship of God